4/5. The Peasants' Revolt leaves John's residence, the Savoy, in tatters. To correct things in the eyes of God, he feels he must renounce Katherine and return to his wife. By Alison Weir. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
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Rory Bremner explores the pioneering satire of Tati's Monsieur Hulot films, in the company of Eric Sykes , Rowan Atkinson , 1 im Brooke-Taylor and Agnes Catherine Poirier Producer/Director Neil Cargill
Cassie Quinn , who has never sat an exam in her life, finds herself facing an "assessment" to decide whether she is capable of living on her own or whether she must go in to care. What must she do to pass and return to her own home? By Bernard MacLaverty. producer Gemma McMullan ; Director Heather Larmour
4/5 When Patrick is sent down for murder, one of the first things he learns in prison is that you don't get to choose your cellmate. MJ Hyland 's story is read by Paul Brennen. For further details see Monday
9/10 John XXIII. The pontiff who astonished the Church by calling the Second Vatican Council. Professor Eamon Duffy examines the life of the pope with the vision of a new Pentecost. For further details see Monday
6/6. Satan finally resolves Edith's murder, and she discovers something astonishing about humans being descended from angels. Andy Hamilton 's hellish comedy.
Additional characters played by Felicity Montagu , Philip Pope and Nick Revell producer Paul Mayhew-Archer
4/5. Fiona's disappearance drives a wedge between Shonagh and Billy as secrets from the past threaten their relationship. By lain Finlay MacLeod.
For cast and further details see Monday Rptd form 10.45am
Author and journalist Geraldine Bedell investigates the huge increase in the amount of plastic surgery procedures undergone in the UK and asks why the numbers have risen so high, the motives of the people going under the knife, and ultimately, if these operations are doing any good. Producer/Director Clive Brill
2/8. The man behind new US military thinking, David Kilcullen , talks to BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner about the future of the war on terror. Kilcullen, a key Pentagon adviser, believes that the answer is knowledge rather than weaponry. Will the Pentagon be flexible enough to accept this radical change in strategy?
Producer Hugh Levinson Rptd on Sunday at 9.30pm
9/10. The ghostwriter is caught between a rock and a hard place - behind him is the full force of the secret state, in front, a single-minded man bent on destroying Adam Lang. By Robert Harris. For further details see Monday
1/6. A third series of their comedy show brings David Mitchell and Robert Webb back to their spiritual home. Characters include two Stone Age men, who are sure that this new, shiny bronze is just a fad. With Olivia Colman and James Bachman. Producer Gareth Edwards
Federal agent Eliot Ness , leader of "the Untouchables" has been the subject of many books and films. Joe Oueenan explores why he continues to loom large in the American imagination. Producer Geoff Bird
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