Melvyn Bragg concludes his series chronicling how great events of British history have affected the lives of ordinary people. 6: Coal and Dole.Braggisin
South Wales to hear about the experiences of miners and their families during the Depression. Producer Hannah Andrassy Repeated at 9.30pm
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Michael Crick examines the small political societies that survive as discussion and debating forums. This week he joins members of the Gladstone Club as they celebrate the vision of the great Victorian prime minister.
Presented by Andrew Graystone. Make Me a Channel of Your Peace (Temple). 1 Peter 5, wl-7.
Lead Me, Lord (Wesley). God Is Working His Purpose Out (Benson). With the Mastersingers. Director of music James Morgan.
Julian Pettifer investigates the damage inflicted by the Sars epidemic on the people, economy and psyche of Hong Kong. He hears criticism of the administration's handling of the crisis, and asks whether more diseases are likelyto emerge from Southern China. Producer Jennie Walmsley Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
From the Shed in Ryedale, where Mike Harding entertains with his favourite prose, poetry and song. With readers Finetime Fontayne, Noreen Kershaw , Michael Fenton Stevens and Barrie Rutter.
Producer Viv Beeby Repeated Sun at 12.15am
With Liz Barclay and Diana Madill. Continuing the home-improvement series in which bricklayer and broadcaster Jeff Howell goes behind the scenes of the building business. Extensions. He discovers that an ill-designed extension can cause serious problems between neighbours.
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A black comedy by Carol Willis , setin Newcastle.
Returning home from a night of petty thieving, Stuart discovers a young man teetering on the ledge of the Tyne Bridge. This unlikely duo embark on a string of evermore absurd adventures.
Director Polly Thomas
In the last of the current series of the health phone-in show, Barbara Myers isjoined by Professor John Lazarus of the British Thyroid Association to discuss your questions about the thyroid gland.
PHONE: [number removed] or email email@example.com Producer Michelle Martin
9: Edie has slept with Ricky, her boyfriend from
20 years ago. Now her husband and children have arrived for her mother's funeral and she has to decide if she's going to confess. For details see Monday
Sculptor Ronald Rae has spent the last 15 years carving massive blocks of granite into giant elephants, lions and women in his local car park, but now he has to move on. Linda Smith takes a wry look at the highs and lows of art among the cars. For details see Monday
The UK has 4 million CCTV cameras and between them they capture the average citizen 300 times each day. But are there any real pairs of eyes watching? This week Quentin Cooper finds out how new surveillance cameras may cut out the middle man and automatically identify potential trouble makers ordiscern the difference between lost luggage and a suspect package. Producer Jonathan Fildes
New series Featuring comedy sketches that take a sideways look at the world, including the worst possible name for a dry-cleaning shop and the brave and dangerous work of Hairdressers Sans Frontiers. Starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb , with Olivia Colman and James Bachman. Producer Gareth Edwards
By Laura Ingalls Wilder , dramatised by Jennifer Howarth. 9: Pa is safely back home from working back east and has paid off some of their debts, but the Ingalls family must survive another year without aharvest. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Mr Premanand is a fanatical rationalist whose mission is to expose charlatans and to rid India of the superstition blighting the country. Tanya Datta joins Mr Premanand as he investigates a faith healer, tries out meditation under a pyramid and witnesses a statue growing hair. Producer Tanya Datta
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