6/8. Michael Buerk talks to Craig Murray , the UK's former ambassador to Uzbekistan, about the difficulties he encountered when faced with a potentially life-changing decision. Producer Helen Grady Repeated at 9.30pm
Led by the Rev Roger Hutchings. How Deep the Father's Love for Us (Townend). Isaiah
63, vv7-9. God So Loved the World (Chilcott). Now Thank We All Our God (Nun danket). Director of music Christopher Stokes.
Rowan Pelling visits Vienna to unearth the enduring appeal of Gustav Klimt s painting The Kiss, which has become one of the world's most reproduced paintings since it was first exhibited 100 years ago. Who are the couple depicted in the famous clinch? Producer Vicky Shepherd Spoken word choices: page 121
2/2. Martha Reeves tells the story of black America's Vietnam War through the soul music of the era, and looks at the prejudice within the US army and the rise of Black
Power. Producer Simon Hollis Rptd on Sat at 3.30pm
2/4. Invasion of the Italians. Pelagia has written more than 100 letters to her fiance Mandras who is fighting in the Greek army, but she has had no reply. By Louis de Bernieres.
Mandolin music composed and performed by Alison Stephens and the songs of La Scala performed by the BBC Singers For main cast members see yesterday
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Songs of La Scala performed by:
Richard Daniel and the team discuss questions about the environment. Producer Nick Patrick
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7/30. Fakes and Mystics. James Naughtie looks at the music of Russian composer
Scriabin, who spent his life trying to depict the mystical in his work. The readers are Simon Russell Beale and Matthew Macfadyen. For further details see yesterday
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7/9. Brian Clough. Commentator
John Motson proposes football manager
Brian Clough for great-life status. With
Clough biographer Duncan Hamilton and presenter Matthew Parris.
Producer Mark Smalley Repeated on Friday at 11pm Spoken word choices: page 121
2/4. Lucy wants Kevin to help her get rid of a rat. Comedy about four women friends coping with life, work and men. Written by Susie Donkin , Charlotte McDougall , Oriane Messina and Fay Rusling.
Producer Carol Smith
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2/5. With her internet winnings, Chloe finds she can afford the perfect wedding dress, but decides not to tell husband-to-be Paul how she financed the purchase.
For cast and further details see yesterday Rptd from 10.45am
New series 1/10. After last month's report by MPs condemning the abuse suffered by elderly people in care, Allan Urry investigates cases that highlight the persistent failure to police residential homes. Producer Jenny Chryss Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
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As part of the Sex Lives of Us season, Vivienne Parry asks whether there is such a thing as a normal sex life, and examines changing attitudes toward sexual behaviour. Producer Deborah Cohen Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
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