4/4. The Marchioness. Sue MacGregor brings together survivors and relatives of those involved in the Marchioness riverboat disaster, lain Philpott, Jonathan Phang and Magda Allani were on the boat, while Eileen Dallaglio , Margaret Lockwood Croft and Judy Wellington lost children in the worst disaster on the Thames for over 100 years. Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. The British launch their long-awaited assault on Delhi and the last of the Mughal Emperors spends his final night in the Red Fort: this 350-year-old dynasty faces a tragic and bloody end. By William Dalrymple. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
2/3. John Tusa continues his chronicle of the making of modern Iran with a look at the oil crisis of the 1950s, when the country went head to head with the British over oil nationalisation. The resulting overthrow of a democratically elected government and its replacement by a dictatorship was to change relations between Iran and the West for ever. Repeated from Sunday at 1.31pm
4/4. Craig Brown 's satirical history of Britain reaches the 1980s and 90s. Neil Knock-Knock , an after-dinner joke, becomes leader of the Labour Party; Jeffrey Archer reveals he's won the Nobel Prize; and John Minor stands against himself.... and loses. With Joss Ackland , Eleanor Bron , Rory Bremner , John Humphrys , Ewan Bailey and Margaret Cabourn-Smith . Written by Craig Brown. Producer Victoria Lloyd
2/11. Roger Bolton digs in the mailbag for BBC Radio listeners' comments, gueries, criticisms and praise. Producer Penny Vine Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
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Gordon Springer has an almost god-like power over the office network. He can tap into any of his colleagues' personal secrets whenever he likes. Gordon isn't a spy. He's the IT manager. By Richard Stevens.
Director Fiona McAlpine
3/6. Clare Balding rediscovers the stories of Enid Blyton through the landscape of the Isle of Purbeck, a Dorset beauty spot that for over 20 years was Blyton's family holiday destination. Joining her is Enid Blyton 's eldest daughter, Geraldine Baverstock , and Vivienne Endecott who runs a shop for "Blytonophiles". Producer Nicola Humphries
5/5. The Gift. Darya believes that Mr Dashti will make the perfect gift for her daughter but Mina is not so sure. Can she convince her mother otherwise? By Marjan Kamali and abridged by Doreen Estall. Read by Teresa Gallagher. For further details see Monday
5/30. A Thousand Histories and Fables. Michael Morpurgo learns about the impact of printing on a society already hungry for books, and how - as with all new technologies - it raised fears amongst adults that it was corrupting children. The readers are Jack Blumenau , Timothy West and Adam Godley. For further details see Monday
Francine Stock presents the story of Iranian cinema.
Often award-winning, it ranks as one of the world's most important and respected film industries. What makes Iranian cinema so distinctive? And why do Western directors like Francis Ford Coppola , Michael Winterbottom and Werner Herzog hold the country's film-makers in such high regard? Producer Thomas Morris
Alice learns that there are some things money can't buy. For cast see page 34 Written by Carole Simpson Solazzo ; Director Julie Beckett ; Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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10/15. Gilbert returns to England after the war but finds many doors closed in his face - until he remembers Oueenie Bligh. By Andrea Levy.
For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Clarke chairs the discussion as an audience in Altrincham, near Manchester, poses topical questions from the news to a panel that includes writer Will Self. Producer Lisa Jenkinson Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
A satirical comedy charting a rebellious year in the lives of three supermarket workers as they confront the fact that consumerism, from St Valentine's Day to Christmas, now controls the shape of their lives. By Katie Douglas.
Producer/Director Gaynor McFarlane
Alan Dein rediscovers the world's greatest underground rock album, Egon Bondy 's Happy Hearts Club Banned. The title was strange enough, but who were the Plastic People of the Universe, and why were they in jail? Producer Mark Burman
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