5/5. Paul Theroux continues to follow in the train tracks of his 1973 travel book The Great Railway Bazaar. Today, he sets out from Vladivostock on the Trans-Siberian railway. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
In recent years, Britain's most popular tourist resort has seen its visitor numbers nosedive from 17 million to 10 million. Presenter Martin Wainwright takes a trip to Blackpool to chart the decline of the resort and ask whether it has been "betrayed". Producer Gemma Newby
3/4. Another comic adventure set on board HMS Goliath, a nuclear stealth submarine cram-packed with a range of incompetence ambition and military know-not-how. This week involves a Russian sub, a Harrier Jump Jet, a sewing machine and an unexpected promotion for Lucy. By Jim Field Smith and Ben Willbond.
Producer/Director David Tyler
6/7. Miles Davis and Ouincy Jones: Live at Montreaux
. Paul Gambaccini talks to Quincy Jones who, in 1991, persuaded the jazz legend Miles Davis to play again, just three months before he died.
Producer Marya Burgess Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
I Stephen Phelps creates a new detective and a new form of detection.
Matthew I Coleman , professor of English, has a sideline developing the art and science of linguistic forensics. When a cut-and-dried murder case is called into doubt, the language of interviews becomes primary evidence.
Director Jessica Dromgooie
5/5. The Caller. The last and newest offering from Alan Sillitoe. The death of a man in a mysterious car accident provides a couple with the chance to buy his home. His widow is keen to sell, and later the new owners gradually Come to realise why. For details see Monday
5/5. Architecture of Death. Archaeologists George Nash and Adam Stanford document the Neolithic carvings at Barclodiad y Gawres on Anglesey and make a tantalising discovery on the mainland. But what does all this prehistoric graffiti mean? For details see Monday
4/6. Armando lannucci presents another half-hour of hard-hitting blarney with his special guests having some fun with the week's news. Producer David Tyler Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm RT DIRECT: To order Armando lannucci 's Charm
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Chris and Alice have a blast at Bestival.
Writer Keri Davies : Director Kate Oates Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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10/10. Anna and her friend Molly finally find their feet again, as they put aside the chaos of earlier times and take more control of their lives. By Doris Lessing.
For cast and further details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
Thomas is a no-hope poet who obsesses about Porshia, a young woman at the office, way out of his league. When one day he wakes up inside her head - literally - he begins to experience the life of his fantasy woman from closer than he might feel comfortable with. Will Thomas's love for Porshia survive a visit from her hunky boyfriend? Can he keep a cool head and retain his own identity? A play by Ed Harris for our sexualised times.
Producer/Director Graham Frost
5/9. Henry VII. The shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne nominates Henry VII , founder of the Tudor dynasty, and discusses his achievements with Steven Gunn and presenter Matthew Parris. Repeated from Tuesday at 4.30pm
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