Everwondered 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
With the Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch. Be Thou My
Guardian and My Guide (Abridge). 1 Samuel 15, wlO-19 Judge Eternal (Archer). 0 God of Truth and Justice (Thornbury). With the RSCM Manchester
Summer School Choir. Director of music David Ogden.
By Richmal Crompton. 3: The Weak Spot. Affairs of state are not normally uppermost in William's mind but in today's story Martin Jarvis relates how political extremism permeates to the heart of even the Brown family. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Historian and broadcaster Jim Walvin tries to discover if there is any truth in the legend that several families from Biddulph Moor are related to Saracen stone masons brought overto Britain by the Crusaders. Producer Martin Kurzik
Comedy by Paul Mendelson. 2: Molly and Doug are determined to prove they can have a life without each other. And maybe they would if it wasn ttor
Doug's elderly mum misbehaving. c.Hiivan
Director David Ian Neville
3: Franklin's Kite. In 1751 Benjamin Franklin risked his life to prove that lightning is electrical, when, in the middle of a thunderstorm, he flew a kite with a metal rod attached to it. Ian Peacock talks to Victoria Glendinning about her novel Electricity, and to Joyce Snyder , who chose Franklin as the subject for her fiction debut. Plus new research which suggests that Franklin may have faked his famous experiment. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor talks to Duncan J Watts , one of the principal architects of "network theory", which explores our social networks, why they matter and how they work, and the implications for the spread of disease, political upheavals and market behaviour. Producer Jacqueline Smith
Dr Raj Persaud asks whether there is a link between cannabis and psychosis. Using volunteers underthe influence, new research is underwayto map the human brain to see how the drug affects the mind. 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. 2: Cassie, Simon, Pete and Jenny are now acting like a happyfoursome. Or so Pete hopes.
Director Graham Frost
John Wilson presents the arts show and meets the writer Paul Morley , whose latest book claims to offer an obsessive journey into music from the second century BC to the present day. producer Nicola Holloway
By Emily Bronte. 13: No Coward's Soul
As Heathcliff's plans begin to come to fruition, Cathy reveals she has inherited some of her mother's fighting spirit.
For details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs another live debate in which Michael Gove , Claire Fox , Ian Hargreaves and Steven Rose cross-examine witnesses who hold passionate but conflicting views on the issues raised by one of the week's news stories. Producer David Coomes Repeated Satuday at 10.15pm
In the last programme in his series on how to survive in Parliament, Gyles Brandreth offers advice on scandal - how to see it coming, how to avoid it, how to apologise and how to recoverfrom it. Contributors include Edwina Currie , Jonathan Aitken , Matthew Parris and Baroness Boothroyd.
Producer John Turnbull Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Down the Pan. With increasing pressure to clean up our beaches and save water, a fundamental change is needed in the approach to human waste. Quentin Cooper investigates how scientists are redesigning the traditional sewage-treatment works. Producer Alison Ayres
Comedy written by and starring Dave Lamb , Jim North and Nick Walker. 2: Keith of Daventry. The team see a prison quiz night as an ideal opportunity to plan their escape. Meanwhile, Keith is visited by God in a dream and told that his suffering has a divine purpose. It's just not clear what that purpose is. With Richie Webb. Producer Gareth Edwards
At the height of the Vietnam war in the 1970s a new television series set in Korea hit the screens in the US. Mark Lawson looks at the lasting legacy of MASH, one of the most succesful TV sitcoms ever. Producer Mark Rickards
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