3/5. Adam Hart-Davis goes to Milford Haven in Waes to see the creation of the UK's largest liquid natural gas terminal. Once construction is completed in summer 2007, it will De ready to receive liquid gas in container ships from the world's largest gas field in Qatar and will supply 20 per cent Of the UK'S gas supply. Producer Sarah Taylor Repeated at 9.30pm
3/4. Kes. Barry Hines travels to Hoyland Common, South
Yorkshire, where events in his youth inspired him to write the novel A Kestrel for a Knave, which Ken Loach adapted for his gritty, realist 1969 film. Producer Clare Jenkins
Do Not Be Afraid (Markland, arr Moore).1 SamueliZ, vvw a. He That Shall Endure to the End (Mendelssohn). Great is Thy Faithfulness (Faithfulness). With the John Powell Singers.
Director of music John Powell. Organist Graham Powell.
4/5. Rory Maclean leaves the Turkish and Persian empires behind him and crosses the border into Pakistan. "Homeland of Muslims?" says his driver, finding the writer bent over his notes." By the grace of God you are a dreamer, sir.... Pakistan is no kingdom come, it is a heavenly nightmare." By Rory Maclean , read by Kerry Shale . For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
5/9. Greece. Until recently, the Greeks, though proud of their history, have mostly taken their rich heritage for granted or not had the money or the will to look after it.
Now the situation is changing. The Greeks are fighting to protect their past as never before: they have started to crack down, not just on smugglers but also on museums that may, knowingly or not, have disputed treasures in their collections. Rosie Goldsmith tracks down the politicians, police and archaeologists pursuing the looters, as well as the smugglers and dealers trying to avoid them. Producer Rosy Voudouri Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
Ashutosh Khandekar catches up with one of King's
College Cambridge's most successful offspring, the King's s
Singers. Meeting the current line-up, he analyses the secrets of their success and longevity. Producer Tom Alban
A comedy drama by F Todhunter , set in a vocational college for the disabled. Callum just wants to keep his head down and get his gardening qualification - but will
Mr Gough , the irascible college manager, let him?
Producer/Director Gary Brown
1/6. Seventy per cent of us will encounter jaw-joint problems, whether it be clicking, clenching or muscular pain. Teeth grinding is common during sleep, causing headaches, dental problems or face pain, and at least 4,000 teenagers every year develop facial disproportion during their growth spurt. Call Barbara Myers and her guest with your questions. Producer Erika Wright
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4/5. Eggs and Salt Water. Everyone's favourite agony aunt Claire Rayner , pens a moving account of a child, evacuated to a rural village in the Second World War, who learns a surprising lesson in Jewish philosophy. Read by Doreen Mantle. For further details see Monday
4/5. Chopping and Changing. At Yarnton in Oxfordshire, archaeologists have found what's thought to be the earliest loaf of bread in Britain. What does this tell us about how the landscape changed from forest to farmland? For further details see Monday
With Mark Lawson , including an interview with the composer Julian Anderson , whose major new work, inspired by the poems of Emily Dickinson , is premiered at the BBC Proms next Sunday. Producer Stephen Hughes
For more than 50 years Charles Wheeler , one of the world's most respected journalists, has carried a tiny portrait on his travels across continents. But who is the woman depicted in the portrait? Where did she come from and did she have a guilty past? She has remained an unprompted gift and a mystery for Wheeler until now.
His search for her rightful home is a tale of power, politics and theft. Producer Mark Burman
5/9. Over a Barrel? With world energy prices now high and global demand showing no sign of abating, it's a good time to be holding reserves of oil and gas. But perhaps less good to be - like Britain - dependent on energy from countries that have been adversaries rather than allies.
Quentin Peel asks what a seller's market in fuel means for our future security and if Russia, Iran and regimes from Africa to Asia have got us over a barrel of oil - and a gas pipeline. Producer Simon Coates Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
New series 1/6. Guerrilla Gardeners. They arrive under cover of darkness, armed with nothing but a shovel and a charming selection of bedding plants. Can the Guerrilla Gardeners transform Britain's inner cities into green oases? Tom Heap joins them on a mission. Producer Martin Poyntz-Roberts Repeated tomorrow at 3pm
4/5. Smith; an Episode in a Lodging House. When his fellow lodger comes to borrow a book, a young medical student finds himself caught up in powerful necromantic rituals. For further details see Monday
4/6. Misguided Love. Laurence and Gus's series of stories about male ineptitude for romance continues with the tale of a man who may just be too good at expressing his feelings. By Laurence Howarth and Gus Brown. Producer Colin Anderson
2/4. Canary Wharf. A travel series that never leaves home, with Julian Fox. Everything about Canary Wharf is exciting - the suits, the skyscrapers, the business. But can you be a part of the place when you don't really work there? Producers Seb Barwell and Steve Doherty
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