3/5. A Profound Secret. Amy is an accomplished photographer and often posed for her own pictures. The most eerily prophetic is of herself "dead". By Josceline Dimbleby. With Joanna McCallum and John Rowe. Fordetails see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Crystal City is a small town in the Texan scrubland. It was here during the Second World Warthat
German immigrants were interned, classified as enemy aliens. Nigel Wrench takes ajourneytothe camp to hearthe stories of the former internees and asks whythey are now fighting for an apology from the US government. producer Jo Meek
5/6. Sue Rodwell's dramatisations of AJ Cronin 's comic stories, starring John Gordon-Sinclair .
The Visitor. An exotic face from Dr Finlay's past brings social tensions to the boil in Levenford.
Producer Viv Beeby
4/4. Surrounded bythedrumming and dancing of an ancient street festival, the landscape detectives uncoverthe land-lines running through the history of Combe Martin in North Devon. With Brett Westwood.
Producer Grant Sonnex
Tracing the lifelong correspondence of the staid, dutiful lawyer Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and the lively, unstable artist Melissa Gardner. The story of their bittersweet relationship gradually unfolds from what is said - and what is left unsaid - in their letters. Written by AR Gurney.
Director Anastasia Tolstoy
1/9. Antibiotics. Antibiotic use in the UK is falling, but is it too little too late? We are already dealing with the legacy of decades of overuse.
Dr Mark Porter asks if we should be shelving antibiotics for probiotics and, if so, whether eating yogurt is the best way to boost the immune system. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
1/4. Chantal's biological clock is ticking.
She desperately needs to find a mate. Pamela remembers that feeling only too well. So does Merv and he wishes he didn't. But for Chantal the huntfor a suitable piece oftrouser is on. Written by and starring Mervyn Stutter , with Lill Roughley , John Challis and Tracy-Ann Oberman. Producer Mario Stylianides
New series 1/5. In this year's lectures, Nobel Prize-winning poet and playwright Wole Soyinka argues that we are living in a new climate of fear and examines the challenge this presents to democracy. The Changing Mask of Fear. The anonymous power of the terrorist over the destiny of others. From the Royal Institution, London. Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm. The diet of power in a climate of fear: page 123
New series 1/3. Shaun Ley considers political parties that were short-lived but made an impact. He discusses Common Wealth, a party that won by-elections on a radical programme during the Second World War. With contributions from the party's last MP Ernest Millington , Tony Benn and former Common Wealth supporters.
Producer Rob Shepherd Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
They make up nearly a fifth of all life on the planet and live in some of the most extreme habitats on Earth and yet most people have never heard of the archaea. These microscopic organisms are found in the craters of volcanoes, in hot, sulphurous springs and even underthe ice sheets of Antarctica. Peter Evans investigates these most unusual life forms and talks to the scientists who think they may answer some fundamental scientific mysteries.
Could the archaea tell us what life on other planets might look like, or even uncoverthe causes of terrible and little-understood diseases? Producer Alexandra Feachem
3/15. By Charlotte Bronte. "I had meantto do so much at Lowood - now, here I lay again crushed and trodden on." Jane's dashed ambitions are restored by friendship. Read byAnne-Marie Duff. For details and cast see Monday
1/6. Ask the Family meets The Simpsons in a new comedy panel game, celebrating family life. Chaired by Graeme Garden. With Arthur Smith, Claire Skinner, Kevin Eldon and Linda Smith. Producer Lucy Armitage
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