2/5. Sue MacGregor discovers a complex series of relationships, fuelled by accusations of underhand dealings, when she reunites five of the people who were key to the foundation of the National Lottery in the UK. Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. Ferdinand Mount's memoirs in which the writer relives a dramatic moment in political history, and reflects on his return to a rather more sedate life. Read by Oliver Ford Davies. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
I John McCarthy investigates the belief held by some parents in America that God is using their children as evangelists to save souls. But is it the parents who are really the driving force and what could be the long-term effects on the children? Producer Kirsten Dwight
3/6. The Smallest Show on Earth. InLynne
Truss's comedy drama, set in 1950s Brighton, a police open day featuring firearms and weapons exhibits goes wrong due to a shorttrousered boy with an obsession with guns.
Producer/Director Karen Rose
3/4 Dark Horse. Samuel lugs a foul-smelling object into the restaurant. It carries with it a dark tale of the twisted eel that seems about to be repeated. Bv Nick Warburton.
Producer/Director Claire Grove
Polish director Andrzej Wajda talks to Francine Stock about his films "Ashes and Diamonds", "Man of Iron" and "Katyn", his new film about the Second World War massacre of Polish soldiers by Soviet troops.
7/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis carve out some comedy slices from the week s news.
With Mitch Benn , John Holmes , Laura Shavin and special guest Frankie Boyle.
Producer Katie Tyrell Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
Opinions are divided at St Stephen's.
Writer Nawal Gadalla : Director Kate Oates
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5/5. Kayla Williams reflects on her year of service within the US Army in Iraq, doubting whether it's possible for anyone to really understand what life was like out there.
For cast and details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
Former Home Secretary Charles Clarke , author Frederick Forsyth and Liberal Democrat spokesman on children, schools and families David Laws answer topical questions from an audience in Little Chalfont in Buckinghamshire. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Mary Eleanor Bowes, a young woman in 1786 England, is pursued by devious men who resort to kidnap and rape in the hope of embracing more than just her famous bosom when she is left a coal-mining fortune of £600,000 - the equivalent nowadays of £47m. This novel investigation by documentary filmmaker Paul Watson reveals a seedy lifestyle among those of fame and fortune in 18th-century England.
Director Paul Watson
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