Written and read by Nigel Slater.
3: Left to his dad's tender kitchen mercies, Nigel welcomes the new cleaner's culinary skill, but there's something going on ... For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
3: Winchelsea. Today, the Sussex coast town is a quintessentially chocolate-box English village. Yet
700 years ago it was an influential port, importing five million bottles of wine each year. Presenter
Julian Richards examines the historical evidence that reveals how Winchelsea was left high and dry bytideandtime. Producer Mark Smalley
New series The return of Amanda Murphy s comedy drama about two friends who would be a great couple if they weren such good friends. 1: The Watchers.
With Pete living in Amenca, Cassie is getting on with life without him. She's more than happy spending her free time vacuuming, dusting and doing tax returns. Maybe she's not coping as well as she thought.
Director Dawn Ellis
New series. Journalist and food critic Jay Rayner puts well known gastronomes through their culinary paces This week's panellists are Hugh Fearnley -Whittingstall, Clarissa Dickson Wright , herb queen Jekka McVicarand chef scientist Heston Blumenthal. Producer Rebecca Wells
Continuing David Ashton 's popular detective stories set in Victorian Edinburgh. 4: Stab in the Back. A desperate race againsttime for McLevy and Constable Mulholland as a hired killer roams the Hark back-alleys of Leith.
Director Patrick Rayner (R)
3: The Martyrdom of Bunchy by Hannah McGill , read by Crawford Logan. A dog decides to take his murderous revenge upon a visitor to the house whom he particularly dislikes. A martyr to the cause, as always. Fordetails see Monday
Laurie Taylor hears of the efforts made by the wives and girlfriends of long-term prisoners to keep the family together, as well as how the incarceration has transformed family life. Producer Jacqueline Smith
In the UK, chronic back pain and sports injuries account for millions of days of sick leave each year.
Dr Mark Porter explores how the emerging discipline of musculoskeletal medicine could improve the lives of patients with such injuries and drive down healthcare COStS. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
Comedy drama by David Spicer. 3: When Daniel's brother suggests a night in the pub and Lucy's best friend meets a new man, their plans for a week away from other people's problems come seriously unstuck. Starring Liz Carling and David Tennant , with Joanna Brookes , Robert Harley , Nasreen Hussain and Polly Frame. ProducerUzAnstee(R)
Francine Stock with arts news,including a report on Zoomorphic, an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London that focuses on new architecture inspired by animal forms. Producer Nicki Paxman
By Jane Austen. 3: Atripto Mr Rushworth 's estate has unforeseen consequences for the whole party.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Taking Liberties. In the three years since the Human Rights Act was introduced it has brought cases to court covering everything from care for the elderly to whether burglars can sue their victims. Could civil liberties be undermining rather than improving our society? The programme looks at plans to further extend citizens' rights. With Nick Ross.
Producer Sara Nathan Repeated on Saturday at 10. 15pm
In the last part of a series about political rivalries,
Brian Walden examines the bitterfeud between the former Labour leader Hugh Gaitskell and the left-winger Aneurin Bevan.
Producer Martin Rosenbaum Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Isabel Fraser hears from doctors and patients about the experience of having, treating and recovering from a stroke. 1: A Life-Altering Event Stroke is the third-biggest killer and the greatest cause of disability in the UK. Fraser learns about the impact a stroke has on patients and theirfamilies. Readings byCrawford Logan. Producer Monise Durrani
By Niall Clark. 5: Glaucous. Ronan and his guides survive being almost buried alive but there's only one way to go - down through Glaucous's lair. As Spirothe hermit crab says, "Ohwell, pincers crossed."
Producer Mana Esposito
The Brate/Creatures of the Deep:
5: Lending Things. Neither a borrower nor a lender be. Adam Bloom explores what happens when you give something to someone and then ask for it back. With stand-up reconstructions and help from Rob Rouse. Producer Adam Bromley
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