6/6. Dr Mark Porter reveals the first results of the largest survey of the nation's memories ever conducted.
And the lead researcher for the project,
Professor Martin Conway , explains the scientific findings so far.
Producer Katy Hickman Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
4/4. The Base. Tidworth is home to the 1st Battalion
Staffordshire Regiment, who served a six-month tour of Iraq. it's a hard life for the wive s and ch dreMe at home, who carry on with their day-to-day routines while coping daily with news of injuries and death in a hostile country thousands of miles from home. Producer Neil George
New series 1/4. Bill Nighy returns as Charles Paris, actor-cum-amateur sleuth. Charles has landed a role in Twelfth Night but it seems there's a poisoner on the loose. Dramatised by Jeremy Front from the novel by Simon Brett.
Producer Sally Avens
2/7. Tin Town. A hundred years ago the Derwent Valley
Water Board founded Birchinlee, a complete town of corrugated iron in Derbyshire, to house workers building two massive dams. Today the dams remain, but the town of corrugated iron has gone. Archaeologist
Julian Richards investigates why the board built such an impressive home for the navvies, and whether this artificial town was a success. Producer John Byrne w
NatWest Series: England v Pakistan
The first one-day international in this season's five-match series is under the floodlights at Sofia Gardens, Cardiff.
Commentary is from Jonathan Agnew Simon Mann and Christopher Martin-Jenkins , with expert comments from Vic Marks and Steve Watkin. approximate time Producer Peter Baxter
By Janette Walkinshaw.
Jean, a feisty, elderly widow, decides to escape the oppressive "good intentions" of her son and daughter-in-law by leaving home.
2/4. Professor Keith Dumbell was part of the successful campaign in the 1960s and 70s to eliminate smallpox from the globe. He tells Jolyon Jenkins about his relationship With the Virus. For further details see yesterday
3/4. As part of his series on Scandinavia, Laurie Taylor visits Finland, a country that through technological advancement has positioned itself squarely on the world stage. But underneath this hi-tech modernity a number of cultural distinctions persist: the resurging traditional reindeer herders, the Sami, and the Russians - the hidden minority of Finland - with whom the native Finns hold an ambivalent relationship. Producer Gavin Heard
2M Vivienne Parry investigates the pros and cons of using growth hormone treatment not only on children with growth hormone deficiency but also on short but otherwise healthy children. This practice has been approved in the USA and may soon be approved in the UK. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
Brand-new comedy recorded from the Edinburgh Festival. Philippa Fordham and Simon Lipson take on a range of oddball characters in a quirky blend of sketch and song. With special guests John Finnemore and Isy Suttie. producer Victoria Lloyd Repeated Sunday 12.15am
3/5. A Subaltern's Love Song. Betjeman's most famous heroine recalls what happened on the fateful day of the annual tennis club tournament. By Paul Dodgson. For further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
3/3. Aid and debt relief are sources of problems rather than salvation for Africa, argues Andrew Mwenda , a Ugandan journalist trying to win over an audience at the Royal Geographical Society in London. His challengers include representatives of the charities Oxfam and ActionAid, Professor Adrian Wood of Oxford University and the international development minister Gareth Thomas MP. Evan Davis is the referee. Producer Innes Bowen
Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
1/3. Matthew Parris explores the lessons that Edward Gibbon 's The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire may have for Britain's present politicians and parliamentary institutions. Producer Anna Scott-Brown Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
According to the World Health Organisation leprosy was "eliminated" in most countries in 2005. But it's still a problem for millions worldwide. Chandy Nath travels to southern India to meet sufferers, doctors and Hindu monk Swamy Japandanda to ask why. Producer Julian Mayers
5/6. Science and Technology. An eccentric three-man think-tank brainstorm how to harness the power of science for the greater good of humanity. Written and performed by John Oliver and Andy Zaltzman , and featuring Chris Addison , with Peter Dickson , Matthew Holness and Lucy Montgomery. Producer Richard Grocock
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