7/8. Olivia O'Leary talks to celebrity photographers Trevor Adams and Ken Goff , who discuss the controversial but lucrative profession and explain their contrasting responses to being labelled paparazzi. Producer Karen Gregor Repeated at 9.30pm
2/3. Nicola Heywood Thomas finds a workshop attached to a cottage in the Cotswolds where David Law works. it is the centre of a network of tiny firms working together to help him create harpsichords. Producer Steve Groves
8/11. Czech Republic. Last year a group of Roma children defeated the Czech government at the European Court of Justice, which ruled that they had been systematically discriminated against by being segregated into "special schools" for children with learning disabilities. Ray Furlong investigates whether the ruling is making any difference to the lives of the children.
Producer Anna Raphael Rptd on Monday at 8.30pm
Tibor Fischer goes in search of the ancient novels to discover they aren't as dusty as the manuscripts on which they're written. Greek and Latin novelists were writing stories that read like film scripts, thousands of years before Hollywood. He speaks to leading academics about this little-known area of fiction, finding that love, happiness and tragedy are themes that have endured throughout history.
Jerome Vincent 's play exploring how the bad weather of 1816, dubbed the "year without summer", affected artists and writers, including Edgar Allan Poe and Mary Shelley , who worked through it. Starring Kerry Shale.
Director David Blount
Edgar Allan Poe:
6/6. The Dawn Winder. For 35 years,
Geoffrey Rosson has wound the clocks at the Royal Courts of Justice, measuring out the day in the country's most famous law courts. But his tenure as the dawn winder is soon to be ended as retirement looms. Producer Tom Alban
4/5. Pink or Blue. By Elizabeth Wells. Maggie Blake reads a tale set in a small Canadian town, pervaded by gender stereotyping and dysfunctional families as seen through a teenager's eyes. For details see Monday
4/5. Woodland Visitors. Ornithologist Stephen Moss and sound recordist Chris Watson join presenter Brett Westwood to identify some of the species of birds visiting the woodland, including the skulking dunnock and the great spotted woodpecker. For details see Monday
4/6. Chapter the Fourth: a Restoration Re-
Ruined Only Even Worse. Pip is heavily in debt when he has to bribe the whole of the House of Commons not to hang him. Mark Evans 's comic epic continues, starring Richard Johnson.
Producer Gareth Edwards
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New series 1/8. Biotech Battle. Britain's pharmaceutical industry fears it is failing to keep pace with the latest development in medicines: biotechnology. So industry leaders held a business war game in London to find out how to catch up. Peter Day reports on how the game was played and the lessons it taught. Producer Sandra Kanthal Rptd on Sunday at 9.30pm
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