Travels on the Dance Floor
5/5. Candy Car Wash. In the Dominican Republic, Grevel finds an unlikely venue. On his return to Manchester he no longer dances like an Englishman. But what will his wife make of the new Grevel? By Grevel Lindop. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
1/2. Simon Evans traces the history of the Gypsies from their journey from India a millennium ago up to the Second World War, through to an initial welcome in the Middle
East and Europe, then persecution, slavery and murder. Producer Julian May
6/6. The students are feeling the pressure of exams and it becomes increasingly clear that each of the fellows had a good reason to kill Devanti. Simon is convinced he knows the identity of the murderer, but needs to find evidence to prove it. Comedy by Mark Tavener.
Additional roles played by John Baddeley ,
Emily Bowker , Zoe Gardner , Joseph Garton and Stephen Hogan Producer Dawn Ellis
With Carolyn Atkinson and John Waite. Including at 12.30 Face the Facts.
John Waite investigates a controversial treatment for dyslexia marketed by an organisation that claims to have helped thousands of people with the condition. Insiders have expressed doubts with the way courses are sold, while the company itself has gone into administration, raising concerns over whetner its obligations to staff and clients will be met. Producer Joe Kent
You and Yours series editor Andrew Smith
Face the Facts is repeated on Sunday at 9pm
A psychological thriller about adultery and murder by Campbell Armstrong. Ted is unable to leave his contemptuous sick wife for Lucy, with whom he is deeply in love, and the adulterous couple must be patient. Then his wife dies, leaving behind a diary.
Producer Kate McAII ; Director Nigel Lewis
5/5. Clare Balding embarks on a meditative walk between St Hugh's and St Bridget's holy wells on the shores of Lough Allen in Ireland. The originator of the walk, Aedin McCloughlin , hopes that the healing properties of the sacred places may help to alleviate the presenter's bad back. Producer Lucy Lunt
5/5. China. Despite having lifted millions out of poverty, China's economic boom has meant that workers have left their fields and migrated into cities, experiencing a life that is far less secure than working their own land. For details see Monday
Matthew Sweet unites the director and star of the1961 film What a Carve Up! with author Jonathan Coe , who borrowed the title and plot of the farce as inspiration for his novel. Producer Stephen Hughes
New series 1/6. Armando lannucci presents a new series of topical comedy, chat, bluster and kerfuffle in which he and his guests, including Lucy Porter and Robin Ince , poke the news about a bit. Producer David Tyler Rptd tomorrow at 12.30pm RT DIRECT: To order the CD of Armando lannucci 's Charm Offensive: Series 3 for £11.99 (RRP £15.99) inc P&P, call [number removed] (landline calls cost no more than 8p per min), quoting RTD257, or visit www.bbcshop. com and enter code RTD257 at the checkout
Brian learns lessons from the past.
Writer Mary Cutler ; Director Rosemary Watts Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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The chief executive of the Eden Project, Tim Smit , and political commentator lain Dale are among the panellists answering topical questions from an audience in Ottery St Mary , Devon. Jonathan Dimbleby is in the chair. Producer Anne Peacock Rptd tomorrow at 1.10pm
A drama telling the true story of Howard Neal , who has been in a US prison for 25 years and is finally to be removed from death row because of his mental impairment. Based on Neal's hand-written pages, adapted by Pia Di Mattina from the stage play by Nick Harrington and Tom Wright. Director Susan Roberts
2/6. Taking a Break. Pam decides she wants to go on an exciting adventure holiday, but Gordon would much prefer the usual caravanning.
Comedy by Chris Thompson and Peter Reynolds.
Producer Claire Jones
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