3/8 Joan Bakewell takes a look at the Seven Deadly Sins and asks whether sins are that sinful any more. Gluttony. "A minute on the lips means a lifetime on the hips." Vanessa Feltz , AC Grayling and Matthew Fort discuss the most delicious of sins. Producer Cathie Mahoney Repeated at 9.30pm
3/5 Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow Do you still love the person to whom you're married? Clare Short ,
Stephanie Caiman and others confess the truth about love and relationships in the middle years. Producer Sara Conkey
3/5 Pioneering Royal Visits and a Distant Assassination. Blazing June and there's still no mention of war as the Queen's grandfather records his private thoughts and sets up his office in a tent on the lawn at Buckingham Palace. Presented on location from Buckingham Palace. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Ram Gidoomal . There's a Spirit in the Air
(Lauds Galatians 5, W13-16; 22-25. The Father's
Love (Lole). Father, Lord of All Creation (Abbot's Leigh).
With the RSCM Manchester Summer School Choir. Director of music Geoff Weaver.
The slave trade was not only about the sale of human beings; they were given away too. These "gifts" were often very young because small, black pageboys were prized as fashion accessories in the stately homes of 17th- and 18th-century England. Michelle Williams tells the remarkable story of some of these boys and what happened When they grew up. ProducerHeatherForrester
3/6. Ryan seems out of sorts but neither Doug or Molly know why Is there something going on at school that's troubling him? Kaz has some answers but not the full storv Trying to be mature and adult, Doug and Mollyjoin forces to help their son, but will they succeed? Written by Paul Mendelson. Susan Samantha Spiro
Director David Ian Neville
In 1826, Coleridge'sdaughterstoppedoffonacoach journey to London and, on the spur of the moment, decided to stay on in her inn room indefinitely, leaving her husband and children to fend forthemselves. She had very good reasonsforthisdecision. By Melissa Murray.
Director Cherry Cookson
3/5. Joan Armatrading meets pop artist Peter Blake , Turner Prize-winning artist Martin Creed and Paul McCartney at the current Art and the 60s: This Was Tomorrow exhibition at Tate Britain to discuss the relationship between music and art. For details see Monday
4/5. Dr Raj Persaud finds out how well the health service treats mental health workers, including psychiatrists and psychotherapists, when they suffer from mental illness. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
3/6. Marriage. A sketch show in which anything is possible. This week, a couple are forced to put an exact price on love. With Robert Webb , Beth Chalmers , Catherine Shepherd , Steven Kynman , Abigail Burdess and Chris Pavlo. Written by James Cary. Producer Adam Bromley
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which
Melanie Phillips , Ian Hargreaves , Claire Fox and Michael Gove cross-examine witnesses who hold conflicting views on one of the week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
2/3. Dinah Lammiman travels with the chairwoman of the transport committee, Gwyneth Dunwoody , and her colleagues on some rural railways. They talk to passengers and officials aboutjust how bad the trains can be. So what do they propose to do about it? Producer Dinah Lammiman Repeated from Sunday at 10.45
5/6. The Design of British Sea Power. Even though this country is an island, Britain has only recently been able to tap into the sea as a source of clean energy. Quentin Cooper investigates the technology that is finally allowing Britannia to rule both the waves and the tides. Producer Julian Mayers
4/6. Not-entirely-true autobiography, as Jack "Sunglasses" Ramsey reads from his personal account of life in the 1960s criminal underworld. With Michael Fenton Stevens, Rebecca Front, Mel Hudson, Alex Lowe and Dan Tetsell. By Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell. Producer Lucy Armitage
3/4. Pea-Green Boat. Written and performed by Stewart Lee. The owl from Edward Lear 's The Owl and the Pussycat paints a considerably less jolly picture of events at sea than that depicted in the poem. Producer Liz Webb
1/2. Crowd Control. John Florance traces the changes in etiquette in listening to classical music in concert halls overthe centuries and asks how audiences will behave in the future. Producer RosieBoulton
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