Crap at the Environment. 3/5. Comedian Mark Watson takes his personal battle to reduce his carbon footprint with him on a comedytour of Australia, with mixed success. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
England v South Africa
Commentary of the first day of the Third Test at Edgbaston by Jonathan Agnew ,
Henry Blofeld and Simon Mann. Expert analysis by Vic Marks , Alec Stewart and Shaun Pollock.
Producer Adam Mountford 'approximate times See also 5 Live Sports Extra at 10.45am TV highlights are on Five at 7.15pm
2/2. In the conclusion of her investigation into how advances in science are allowing police to reopen unsolved crimes, Penny Marshall looks at the issues raised by the most recent DNA techniques. Producer Eve Streeter
5/6. Edinburgh. Sitcom by John Finnemore about a tiny charter airline. A very special passenger has disturbing effects on the pilots. Producer David Tyler
1st Officer Richardson:
Captain Martin Crieff:
5/7. Winning Ugly. Dominic Arkwright asks prospective MP Wilfred Emmanuel Jones , writer Susannah Jowitt and ex-rugby player Brian Moore how far they would go to get what they want. Producer Miles Warde
Dark comedy by Peter Jukes , starring Lenny Henry as a police chaplain who has lost his faith and decided, as a test for God, to behave appallingly to the officers, victims and young offenders he is supposed to counsel. producer Steven Canny
Bunny Guinness, Matthew Biggs and John Cushnie answer questions posed by gardeners in Buckinghamshire. Eric Robson is in the chair. Including at 3.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. Shortened repeat from Sunday at 2pm
6/6. Piddler on the Roof. Arthur (Steve Delaney) prepares to play in Fiddler on the Roof, but an unfortunate typo on the posters leads to widespread confusion. With Sue Perkins, Dave Mounfield and Alastair Kerr. producers John Leonard and Mark Radcliffe
9/9. Claire Fox , Clifford Longley ,
Melanie Phillips and Michael Portillo cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Michael Buerk is in the chair. Producer Phil Pegum Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
1/3. Down and Out. Former MP
Gyles Brandreth draws on his own experience in his exploration of the end of most political careers - being voted out in elections or sacked by the party leader. Talking to others who have been through the political mill, he asks if it is possible to avoid humiliation.
Producer Chris Bond Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
3/6. Faye is still trying to live up to the "have-it-all" female ideal and still failing, greatly. Comedy by Lucy Clarke , starring Daisy Haggard , with Adam Buxton , Katy Brand , Eve Dallas, Jot Davies and Olivia Colman. Producer Simon Nicholls
Israel Football. Once the underdog, Beitar Jerusalem is now the wealthiest and most successful football club in Israel. Yet its supporters revel in their poor, right-wing, anti-establishment history. David Goldblatt explores how the club's changing fortunes mirror those Of the City. Producer Anna Raphael
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