3/5. The Triangle. How Jayne Mansfield came to Hackney with half the world's paparazzi in tow - and the philosophy of arch-criminal Tony Lambrianou , stout defender of the Krays. lain Sinclair's "documentary fiction". For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
New series 1/3. From Engels to Oasis. Almost two-thirds of Britons are bound, if not by the economic definition, then by cultural and emotional bonds to the identity of the working class, despite there being fewer traditional occupations. Sarfraz Manzoor focuses his personal examination of the history and current signifiers of class on the city of Manchester. With contributions by Hazel Blears MP and author Andrew Davies. Producer Alan Hall
New series 1/6. Name Calling. Since the last series, society itself has
- improved little, so there are still plenty of challenges out there for an involved, caring social worker. Or even Clare. Comedy by Harry Venning and David Ramsden.
Producer Katie Tyrrell
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Donna Franceschild 's black comedy about the unlikely friendship between an asylum seeker and a migrant worker who find a stray lottery ticket and think it may be the answer to all their problems.
Producer/Director Kirsty Williams
As part of the Money Matters Roadshow across the BBC, Paul Lewis and guests take financial questions from shoppers at the Trafford
Centre in Manchester. Producer Lesley McAlpine PHONE: [number removed] Lines open from 1.30pm
2/3 Writ. A middle-aged woman returns home one day to find her 14-year-old self sitting in her lounge. What do you say to the person you used to be - and how much do you tell them about the future? By AN Smith and read by Siobhan Redmond. For details see yesterday
8/8. Dr Mark Porter joins ambulance crews on call to discover what forms of emergency treatment paramedics are now able to deliver before the patient arrives at hospital. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
3/5. Broadcast live from the Royal Society of Medicine to celebrate the 500th edition of the programme. Melanie Philips, Michael Portillo , Claire Fox and Clifford Longley cross-examine expert witnesses in a vigorous debate. Michael Buerk is in the chair.
Producer Phil Pegum Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
2/2. BBC correspondent Allan Little looks at what is now known of the Muslim men who trained and fought in the Balkans during the conflict there in the 1990s. Known as the "Bosnian Mujahidin", some were eventually put on trial at the International Criminal
Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in the Hague. Producer Jane Beresford Rptd from Sunday at 10.45pm
2/3. Grant Sonnex follows the work of Daniel and Laura Schindler , a couple who study the spawning grounds of the world's last great salmon run. He visits their field station to find out what is so exciting about watching a fish, and what it is like to live surrounded by bears, wolves and the wilderness. Producer Grant Sonnex
New series 1/4. Comedian Josie Long tries to better herself through learning and discovering things in reference books. She presents her essay on a given subject, with fellow comedian Maeve Higgins helping out with questions, illustrations and interruptions. This week, Josie uses the book "Astronomy for Dummies" to unravel the greater mysteries Of the cosmos. Producer Colin Anderson
3/3. Bettany Hughes concludes her series using the latest archaeological evidence to rediscover the Byzantine empire. For nearly 1,000 years the empire made war and peace with the Muslim countries to its southern and eastern borders. For details see Monday
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