1/5. The Royal Opera House. Key figures discuss the events that first brought them together, starting with the funding crisis that affected the Royal Opera House in the 1990s. Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. New Wave arrives in Essex, and so do A-levels, but Lavinia's serious attitude to popular music is not mirrored in her academic career. By Lavinia Greenlaw. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Some paediatricians and psychologists are warning that too much TV viewing too early could arrest younger children's brain development. Nick Baker steps into tots' TV land to talk to parents, doctors and programme-makers to see if a call for a ban on all television viewing by children under three is justified - or practical. Producer Brian King Spoken word choices: page 121
6/6. Nights to Remember Brother Butterscotch's Fresh Whip turns out to be a commercial success, but Father Michael's plan to make the lives of the older brothers more comfortable might not be such a good idea. Comedy by Christopher Lee. Director Pete Atkin
A year after the death of her boyfriend, Faith
(Julie Cox) drives down to their favourite place in Devon to scatter his ashes. Really, she means to kill herself too. She stops at five service stations along the way and, at each one, ancient and somewhat chaotic angels try to help her. A heartwarming, uplifting play by Rachel Joyce.
Angels played by Trevor Peacock , Trevor Martin , Thelma Barlow , Geoffrey Beavers and Margaret Robinson Producer Clive Brill
1/6 The Wind Rush Generation. With energy companies battling to secure sites for wind turbines, Miriam O'Reilly investigates claims that many of them are underperforming. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
5/5. The Dressmaker's Child. William Trevor reads the final story from his new collection. Cahal's plans to make a quick buck from a gullible young couple backfire tragically. Abridged by Sally Marmion. For further details see Monday
5/5. The TV chef meets Iraqi Kurd Fazil, who fled his home country in 2001 and set up home in Britain. He discusses his new life in Manchester. and shows Ainsley how to whip up a Kurdish feast. For further details see Monday
Andrew Collins talks to director Mike Leigh and producer Simon Channing-Williams about their collaboration, which includes award-winners such as Vera Drake , Secrets and Lies and Life Is Sweet. Plus an interview with Ken Loach as two boxed sets of his work are released on DVD. Producer Stephen Hughes
Clarrie acts in the interests of fair play.
Written by Caroline Harrington
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Topical discussion hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby. With Steve Bell , Professor Lord Anthony Giddens , and Max Hastings. From Kibworth in Leicestershire. Producer Peter Griffiths Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Professor Lord Anthony
A teenage girl commits a seemingly unmotivated crime. Written by Julian Simpson.
Producer Karen Rose : Director Julian Simpson
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