3/3. Dhaka. Bangladesh has suffered two
Partitions, first in August 1947 as East Pakistan, then in 1971 after a brutal civil war. Hardeep Singh Kohli meets those who fought for their culture. For further details see Monday Repeated at 9.30pm
Read about the Partition of India in the August issue of BBC History magazine, on sale now at E3.60
With Christine Morgan. God Who Is Everywhere (Here's to the Maiden). 1 Kings 19, vv9-18. Behold! God the Lord Passed By! (Mendelssohn). Dear
Lord and Father (Repton). Director of music Neil Taylor. Organist Richard Tanner.
3/5. With a steady flow of marriages between rich American heiresses and poor aristocrats in full swing, dollars are used to fix up crumbling stately homes. By Charles Jennings. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
The story of one of the Second World War's most daring diplomatic missions, when British scientists travelled to America in August 1940 to give away the UK's greatest technological secrets. Producer Angela Hind
7/8. Mr Darwin Entertains. Danger lurks for
Paul and Steve at a hotel. By Francis Durbridge.
Producer Patrick Rayner
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3/7. I'm a Lady. Dominic Arkwright aims to separate the ladies from the tramps with the help of Fiona MacCarthy - one of the last of the debutantes, comedian Shazia Mirza and artist Grayson Perry , who feels a tingle of pleasure in the presence of a real lady.
Producer Ali Serie Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
John Peacock's play based on a true story. A family receive distressing news in a telegram, leading to a campaign for a change in the law.
Producer/Director Celia de Wolff
John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew and Bunny
Guinness answer the queries of horticulturalists in the West Midlands. Chaired by Peter Gibbs.
Including at 3.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. Shortened repeat from Sunday at 2pm
New series 1/4. Justice. Jersey-born comedian Will Smith is obsessed with the 80s detective series Bergerac, so when he found an audio book of John Nettles reading the ancient Chinese text of the Tao, it became a guiding force in his life. Starring Will Smith , Adam Buxton , Simon Greenall , Matt Holness , Dan Tetsell and John Nettles. Written by Will Smith and Roger Drew. Producer Tilusha Ghelani Spoken word choices: page 121
3/10. 50,000 Rupees.... Thomas has to delve deep into his childhood to answer the next question in Who Will Win a Billion. Adopted from an orphanage by the evil gangster Babu, Thomas and his friend Salim are taken to Mumbai where they are to be maimed and put on the streets to beg. By Ayeesha Menon from the novel by Vikas Swarup. For cast and further details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
New series 1/4. A third series of provocative debates, with Evan Davis in the chair. Radical feminist Julie Bindel argues sex-change operations are an unnecessary mutilation, presenting her argument in front of doctors and transsexuals gathered at the Royal Society of Medicine. Her panel of opponents includes gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell and two people who feel they were born into the wrong gender. Producer Innes Bowen Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
1/2. David Aaronovitch investigates what people really want from politicians. They claim to value "honest" politicians, but are fascinated by scandalous tales of infidelity. He asks psychoanalyst Adam Phillips and former MP
Jackie Ballard why, when it comes to politicians, the public always want to have it both ways.
Producer Laura Thomas Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
2/2. A team of doctors have climbed Mount Everest to conduct tests on each other in the world's highest human biology laboratory. Graham Easton relates their scientific and climbing adventures. Producer Andrew Luck-Baker
4/4. From Newcastle City Hall. The comic points out the dangers of accepting gifts from audience members. Producer John Pidgeon
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