4/5. Miles Kington continues to read from his account of an endearingly eccentric childhood. He and his brother Ralph enter the shadowy worlds of Sherlock Holmes , blackmail and revolution. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Judy Merry. Christ, the Fair Glory (Coelites Plaudant). Revelation 12, vv7-12. For He Shall Give His Angels (Mendelssohn). Lord, for the Years (Lord of the Years). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
New series 1/9. Richard Miron lived for seven weeks in the Jewish settlements in Gaza, sharing in the lives of the People who lived there. He witnessed the final days of these settlements and the evacuation of the 8,000 Jewish People. The documentary follows people from three Jewish settler families and provides an insight into the crisis faced by them and asks what the future holds for their ideology, which has been at the forefront of Israeli politics for many years. Producer Lucy Ash Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
2/3. For John Caird , the desire to work with the actor
Simon Russell Beale was the main reason he wanted to direct Macbeth. For Max Stafford-Clark , it was Africa that inspired him to take on the Scottish play. They discuss their takes on Shakespeare's shortest and most popular tragedy. Producer Lucy Lunt Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
An ancient ditch, a new airport, a railway surveyor who gets shot at, as well as a chase across country and through time - Jonathan Davidson 's play is inspired by WG Hoskins's book, which imagines how the land itself has felt through centuries of being ploughed up, deep-mined and built on. Producer/Director Tim Dee
3/10. Stewart Henderson presents the interactive problem-solving programme for those intriguing questions from everyday life. Producer Emily Williams EMAIL: email@example.com Phone: [number removed] from 1.30pm
4/5. The Train. By Zoran Zivkovic. A bank manager is travelling to an important meeting when he encounters God on the train. He's told he can have the answer to a single question. A thought-provoking story about the consequences of failing to see life's bigger picture. Read by Roger Allam. For details see Monday Producer Gemma Jenkins
4/90. Looking For China. In the 1500s the British were not yet among the world's leading seafarers, but there was serious money to be made in trading beyond Europe - and the British wanted their share. By Christopher Lee. Narrated by Juliet Stevenson. Readings by Robert Powell , Martin Freeman , Rob Brydon and Mark Heap. For details see Monday
"Beauty is truth," wrote Keats. But when it comes to the scientific image, it may be more a case of beauty or truth. Should an image be accurate or is it more important to grab the viewer's attention? The awe-inspiring colour photographs of space taken by the Hubble Space Telescope were black and white until a little computer magic was added. Ouentin Cooper talks to the people behind Britain's Visions of Science Awards about the pros and cons of creating and editing a scientific image. Producer Julian Siddle
3/6. "Britain's funniest Milton" bestrides the globe as an expert in his field - with no ability whatsoever. This week he's a world-famous biogeneticist. Starring Milton Jones. With Debbie Chazen , Tom Goodman-Hill , Dave Lamb , and Lucy Montgomery. Written by Milton Jones and James Cary. Producer David Tyler
Mark Lawson investigates changing ideas about the portrayal of Jewish characters in drama and fiction, in the light of a new film version of Oliver Twist , starring Ben Kingsley as Fagin. Producer Robyn Read
4/10. Zoraide. William feels he has found his natural place. A gifted teacher, he is happy and content. He finds further work in the neighbouring school for girls - in the very same place where he has heard a laughing voice, an enchanting ringing laugh. By Charlotte Bronte. For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
New series 1/3. The First Wave. KrishnanGuru-Murthy follows the personal stories of three generations of British Hindus to find out how their faith has shaped their identity, the way they live and the cultural landscape of Britain. The experience of the first immigrants was of determination but also discrimination. Producer Liz Leonard
4/9. Take Me to the Leader Two business bosses with very different ways of getting to the top talk to Peter Day: the corporate man, Jeffrey Immelt , chief executive of America's biggest company General Electric; and the billlionaire entrepreneur Wayne Huizinger.
Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
4/10. As 18 tons of glass slowly cool in a lab beneath a football stadium in Arizona, scientists are watching and waiting, hoping that it will form part of a giant, perfect parabolic mirror. Geoff Watts looks at the race to build the biggest telescope on earth, and at other stories in the world of science and technology. Producer Anna Buckley
4/5. The Angel Raphael describes to Adam and Eve the creation of the luscious earth and all its creatures. Ian McDiarmid reads an extract from Book Seven of John Milton 's epic poem. For details see Monday
4/5. Armando lannucci introduces a golden look back to earlier this year when his superlative series dealt with such thorny issues as the Great BBC Weather Map
Controversy and, of course, trivia like the general election. With special guests David Mitchell , John Sessions and Will Smith , and featuring Jim Field Smith. Producer David Tyler
Hurricane Katrina's name will not be forgotten in the southern United States for years to come. But why
Katrina? And why microscopic beings on the sea bed named after the Sex Pistols? Ian McMillan gets to grips with the protocol surrounding the naming of natural phenomena and discovers that, where he'd expected poetry, it's frequently more a case of scientific one-upmanship. Producer Marya Burgess
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