Jonathan Agnew, Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Simon Mann provide commentary on the second day's play of the Third Test at the Oval. Analysis comes from Geoffrey Boycott , Graham Thorpe , Mike Selvey and Sunil Gavaskar.
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TV highlights of today's play are on Five at 7.15pm
With many parts of India being transformed by an economic boom, Gandhi's dream of an independent India, based on the village republic, seems all but dead. The majority of the Population still lives in rural areas but life for many of them is harder then it's ever been. Producer Mohini Patel See also Ganges at 9pm on BBC2
3/6. Holy Des Res. The Carmelite friary has occupied its idyllic setting for more than 600 years, but now is being targeted by property developers. And not all of the brothers are opposed to the idea of "progress". Comedy by Christopher Lee. Producer Pete Atkin
With Liz Barclay and John Waite. Including at
12.30 Face the Facts. John Waite investigates a company trying to clean up the image of the private-parking industry. Face the Facts is repeated on Sunday at 9pm You and Yours series editor Andrew Smith
By Jane Beeson. Three old pals from schooldays during the war plan a rendezvous. The male friend acts as a conduit between the two women, whose excitement is tinged with fear, but their meeting turns out in a way none of them could have imagined. producer/Director Cherry Cookson
4/6. Bosigran to Gurnard's Head, Cornwall Clare Balding experiences the wildness of Cornwall on the south-west coastal path between Bosigran and Gurnard's Head. Blown by the wind. she walks with naturalist David Chapman and his wife Sarah, who can trace her Cornish family back to the early 17th century. Producer Sandra Sykes
5/5. Freedom. Three generations of a family have their holiday memories stirred by a shabby old caravan parked in an overgrown field. Patrick Gale 's story is read by John Paul Hurley. For further details see Monday
5/5. Ian McMillan concludes his visits to England's forgotten coalfields with a trip to Cumbria to discuss the memories that remain now that the pits have been worked out. For further details see Monday
8/8. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical romp through the week's news with the help of Jon Holmes , Laura Shavin and special guest Richard Stilgoe. Producer Katie Marsden Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
Sid makes a false accusation.
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10/10. 1,000,000,000 Rupees. Thomas is one question away from the billion-rupee prize on Who Will Win a Billion but the producers can't afford the payout and will do anything to stop him. By Vikas Swarup.
For cast and further details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
2/2. Following homeless people as they sing their first notes of opera. As opening night approaches the cast tell what singing means to them and how opera is changing their lives. Producer Hannah Andrassy
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