JohnHumphrystalkstohigh-flierswhohave experienced turbulent times. 5: Tim Lamb. The chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board was at the centre of the controversy over England's s World Cup game against Zimbabwe. How did he handle pressure to go ahead with the match in the face of Government opposition and concerns about player safety? Producer Brian King Repeated at 9.30pm
An affectionate look at the miracle materials and substances created by modern science that have become part of oureveryday lives. 3:
Teflon Wayne Hemingway investigates the slipperiest substance on Earth. What part did this weird, waxy polymer have to play in the building of the atom bomb? Also featuring the Galloping Gourmet, now low-fat chef, Graham Kerr. producerTamsin Hughes
Presented by the Rev Ernest Rea. 0 Lord of Heaven and Earth and Sea (Almsgiving). Luke 12, W15-21. Give Almes of Thy Goods (Tye). Son of God, Eternal Saviour (Everton). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
In the second of two programmes, sound recordist
Chris Watson continues his search for peace amid the noise of everyday life when he visits a room that is absolutely silent, a moat in Suffolk and a tank of very Salty water. Producer Sarah Blunt (R)
Clive Anderson presents this celebration of the work of comedy writer Debbie Barham who died earlier this year, aged 26. At 17, she was writing full-time forthe BBC and worked at the top of her profession until her death. Contributors include Rory Bremner , Roy Hudd , KayStonham, Ned Sherrin and Graham Norton. Producer Ian Gardhouse
Graham Norton , one of TV's national treasures: RT Interview, page 22
Ever since the bicycle was unveiled at the Paris Exhibition of 1867, it has inspired music of all sorts, from Daisy Daisy, through The Mixtures' The Pushbike Song, to the computer music of Kraftwerk. Cyclists and writers Alan Bennett and Dervla Murphy, and riders Mandy Jones and Brian Robinson, are among those who talk to Graeme Fife about the music the bike has inspired.
By Angela Huth , starring Julia McKenzie and Barry Foster. Jane and Arthur have been married for nearly 30 years: should a blemish buried deep in the past be alowed to destroy the future?
Director/producer Pam Fraser Solomon (R)
Four short stories from some of the best-known modem Japanese writers. 1: Tattoo by Tanizaki Junichiro , translated by Ivan Morris , read by Michael Maloney. Seikichi, the most revered tattooist of his day, harbours a secret obsession. His desire is to find a beautiful young girl on whose skin he will tattoo the secrets of his soul. After many years searching he eventualyfinds her and this chance encounter leads to a life-changing experience for both of them. Producer Katherine Beacon
2: Odd Man Out. Howto react when the odd kid in the class is your cousin. Kathryn loves George but finds his social ineptitude a heavy burden. And we meet 16-year-old Jon Adlard , who describes himself as a "white-hat" hacker. Fordetailssee yesterday
Phillipa Lamb looks at the problems facing women returning to work after a career break. Under new rules, if you've been looking for work for three months, you'll have to consider a job that involves three hours' Commuting a day. Producer Caroline Bayley
By Emily Bronte. 2: Escaping Hell, Visiting Heaven Nelly Dean, the housekeeper at Thrushcross
Grange, begins telling Lockwood the story of how
Heathcliff came to own both Wuthering Heights and the Grange. He learns that, as children, Heathcliff and Catherine were inseparable.
Heathcliff Tom Goodman-Hill Young Catherine
For details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
The Government insists that pupils expelled for bad behaviour must receive alternative full-time education. So why are children as young as six being left to fend for themselves, and why do official records show more than 10,000 pupils missing from the system? Fran Abrams reports. Producer Sarah Lewthwaite Repeated Sunday at 5pm
This week Dr Raj Persaud examines the secretive world of political psychology. Dr Jerrold Post has been profiling the world's leaders forthe Pentagon and the CIA for the last 20 years. He explains how he does it and how it helped in the recent war in Iraq. Producer Katy Hickman Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
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