5/5. Recovery. Will we ever learn? The last instalment of writings by various authors reflecting the boom-and-bust economic cycle in Britain and its effect on society. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
1/2. Penny Marshall investigates the causes of the recent suicides in Bridgend. She talks to experts in the mental health of young people, the Samaritans and a coroner about the influence of the internet, the media, drugs and alcohol and social deprivation. Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald
4/4. A stray astronaut and a rock band cause confusion in Captain Wade's head - as well as around Portsmouth. Last in the comedy series about life on board nuclear submarine HMS Goliath, written by and starring Jim Field Smith and Ben Willbond.
Producer/Director David Tyler
7/7. Elvis Comes Back. Paul Gambaccini revisits Elvis Presley 's December 1968 NBC TV comeback special and hears from those who were there how the King regained his crown after a six-year period without a chart-topping hit. This electric performance convinced the nation that he was back - and bigger and better than ever before. Producer Marya Burgess
RK Narayan 's comic narrative is a wonderfully rich evocation of Indian life in the 1970s that looks at human absurdities through the eyes of a wild animal. An ageing tiger, now the companion of a monk, looks back on his life. Dramatised by Ronald Frame for the 100th anniversary of RK Narayan's birth.
Producer/Director Lu Kemp
Raja, the Tiger:
5/5. The Next Particle. Simon Singh concludes his look at subatomic particles by considering the "sparticle" - a super symmetric partner to all the known particles that could be the answer to uniting all known particles and their interactions under one theoretical pattern of activity. For details see Monday
5/6. Armando lannucci and his guests poke fun at the week's news.
Producer David Tyler Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm RT DIRECT: To order Armando lannucci 's Charm
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5/5. Abigail's ally, Mr Harley , fails in his bid for power. But Abigail wins outright in her battle with the Duchess of Marlborough. Historical drama by Deborah Davis.
For cast and further details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby is in the.chair for the topical debate from Worthing, West Sussex, where the panel comprises the former Labour MP Tony Benn , the shadow
Minister for Immigration Damian Green , and the broadcaster and journalist David Aaronovitch.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Prison officer Kieron - caught between a vulnerable young prisoner and a senior colleague who believes their role is only to discipline and control - finds his instincts and sensibilites increasingly challenged. Then the separate worlds of home and work start to spill into one another. Stephen Phelps 's taut drama documentary features the rarely heard voices of the families of prison officers.
Producer/Director Toby Swift
5/10. Ellen and Avery North were happy enough for Louise to come and collect her legacy from Avery's mother, but now there's tension as she outstays her welcome.
By Dorothy Whipple. For details see Monday
6/6. Something for Me. A windfall on the Premium Bonds causes ructions at the garden centre, as Gordon earmarks the money for an office computer. Sitcom written by Chris Thompson and Peter Reynolds.
Producer Claire Jones
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