1/5. Sue MacGregor reunites members of Second World War intelligence group, the Bletchley Park code-breakers, an eclectic bunch of geniuses who helped unravel Enigma machine messages. Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. By Kate Summerscale. As Constance Kent serves a 21-year sentence in Millbank Prison, Detective Inspector Jack Whicher 's s earlier claims about her guilt are vindicated. Upon her release, Kent is a nurse in an Australian lepers' colony, but her past misdeed catches up with her... For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
2/6. On the Road. In Lynne Truss s 1950s set comedy crime drama, the Brighton bobbies have a day out driving in a vintage car that had been used by Ronald Tigg to escape from his hanging. A certain cockney charlady ensures that all does not go to plan.
Music by Anthony May ; Producer Karen Rose
2/4 Mural. Darkly comic drama from
Nick Warburton. Ancient, charismatic restaurant proprietor Warwick is driving his tidy, anxious son, Jack. mad by interfering in his domain, the kitchen.... until scheming grandson David suggests a project for the old man.
Producer/Director Claire Grove
3/5. Walking through Time. In the company of scientist Annabel Cartwright and her biologist husband Joe. Clare Balding walks along the beautiful south Wales coastline near the proposed site of the Severn
Barrage to explore what the area will lose and gain from the project. Producer Lucy Lunt
5/5 A Case of Pickled Penguins. When Judy Skeiton inherited a book written by Captain Robert Falcon that he presented to her grandfather, little did she know it would lead to a life-changing journey to the Antarctic. Presented by James Maw. For details see Monday
Francine Stock follows producer Simon Channing-Williams, one of the unsung heroes of British cinema, as he works on Mike Leigh's new film, Happy-Go-Lucky, from first shooting to its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival, where Sally Hawkins won the award for best actress.
6/8. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical carving knife to the week's news and slice up some delicious lumps of comedy. with help from Mitch Benn , Jon Holmes and Laura Shavin.
Producer Katie Tyrell Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the debate from Harrogate, where Alan Johnson.
William Hague , the Archbishop of York, the Most Rev John Sentamu , and Shirley Williams answer topical questions from the audience.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
A perennially shy man sets himself a task. He will switch off his mobile, disregard his email, put aside his MP3 player and talk to strangers. A comedy by Charlotte Jones , about connection, communication and electronic devices.
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