Ever wondered what it's really like to be a rock star or a national heartthrob? Evan Davis talks to his guests about the high life from the inside out. Producer Charlie Taylor Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Presented by the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths.
Walking in a Garden (Dun Aluinn). John 20, vv 11-18. O Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing! (O Filii et Filiae). Thine Be the Glory (Maccabaeus). Director of music Alan Wilson.
of the Week: A Thing in DisguiseBy Kate Colquhoun , read by George Baker. Joseph Paxton and his employer, the 6th Duke of Devonshire, find themselves caught up in orchid mania. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Dean Mahomed came to Britain atthe beginning of the 19th century. He was the first Indian to write a book in English and also the first to open an Indian restaurant Britain. Broadcaster Jim Walvm goes in search of Mahomed's descendants. Producer Martin Kurzik
ByTaul Mendelson. 1: When a couple have history, how can they ever be history? Molly and Doug are separating but as he's only moving a few streets away, can they make a clean break?
Director David Ian Neville
With Winifred Robinson and Peter White in Manchester. The disability access week continues today with a report on the brand new buildings that are still not disability friendly despite new laws and intense lobbying. Also, a report on the lasting legacy of the Commonweath Games in Manchester. Were the promises of regeneration justified?
By Helen Brandom. Cissie and Fred, residents on tne
15th floor of Crownhill Heights, are lookingforward to their diamond wedding anniversary until, that is, notice arrives that their block is due for demolition and they are to go into a home. At first it seems they they will go quietly, but then Cissie has a better idea.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Can you cure depression in a day? Dr Raj Persaud is sceptical, but in the interests of his programme he goes to one of Joe Griffin 's workshops to find out. Discoverwhether he thought the mixture of dream-sequencing and cognitive behavioural therapy would work miracles. And the programme asks: would the psychology of shame really help to stop criminals re-Offending? Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
By Amanda Murphy. The tale of Cassie and Pete, who'd make a great couple if they weren't too busy being friends. 1: Have you ever thought your partner was more interested in your friends than you? If so, you're one step ahead of Cassie's new boyfriend and Pete's new girlfriend.
Director Graham Frost
John Wilson chairs the arts show, and reports on Standing in the Shadows of Motown, Paul Justman 's film documentary about the long-overlooked studio band who performed on countless Motown hits during the 1960s. Producer Angharad Law
By Emily Bronte. 8: An Angel Steps into Hell Nelly Dean receives a distressing letter from
Isabella, who tells the story of the first few weeks of her marriage. VisitingWuthering Heights, Nelly is forced by Heathcliff to make an impossible choice.
Fordetails see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs another live debate in which Michael Gove , Claire Fox , Ian Hargreaves and Melanie Phillips cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views.
Producer David Coomes Repeated Satuday at 10.15pm
3: Gyles Brandreth explains how to deal with the Whips, how to impress them, how to avoid them and how to make them your friends. With contributions from parliamentarians, including Matthew Parris , Edwina Currie , Lord Hurd and Jonathan Aitken. Producer John Turnbull Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Rre, Fire. Each year around 600 people die in house fires and many more suffer from disfiguring burns.
Quentin Cooperdiscovers how firefighters, scientists and technologists are working together in the increasingly complex battle against fire in the home. Producer Angela Hind
Comedy written by and starring Dave Lamb ,
Jim North and Nick Walker. 1: The Crows. The team is back, but this time their campaign against injustice is hampered by their being in prison. Keith has hit on the perfect escape plan. All he needs is agiantcake. With Richie Webb. ProducerGareth Edwards
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