Andrew Marr sets the cultural agenda for the week. His guests include Richard Thaler who talks about his book Nudge, and Piers Morgan who promotes his book God Bless America. Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
1/5. In 1970 the three-year-old Emma Kennedy and her parents - Brenda and Tony - took their first family holiday. It featured a tent and a bucket and an awful lot of Welsh rain. A memoir of family holidays during the 70s, written and read by Emma Kennedy. Abridged and produced by Jill Waters.
Repeated at 12.30am
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Led by Mgr Tony Rogers. Ah, Holy Jesu, How Hast Thou Offended (Herzliebster Jesu ). Isaiah 53, vv3-6. Surely He Hath
Borne Our Griefs (Handel). Meekness and Majesty (Kendrick, arr Leddington Wright ). With Manchester Baroque.
2/3. In the series in which he meets the people who keep us under surveillance,
Peter White follows the money and meets the unseen bank staff who warn us of fraud, and the people who study shopping habits and try to persuade us to spend even more. Producer Cheryl Gabriel
Truck driver Edward Coyle gives a nameless female Asian hitch-hiker, who lives as a hobo, a lift while travelling along a new route in Ireland. When an anonymous call is made to immigration, Coyle finds that not only is he implicated in her case, but his own past is returning to haunt him. By Eoin McNamee.
Producer/Director Heather Larmour
The Road Wife:
1/5. To a backdrop of sounds recorded on location by Chris Watson ,
Hugh Ouarshie narrates a fictional story that follows the lives of a pride of lions and their struggle to survive in south-west Kenya.
Beberu, the old pride male and his family, are unaware of the two nomadic rivals nearby who are looking for a pride to take over. Producer Sarah Blunt
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New series 1/6. David Mitchell hosts the game show in which panellists Lucy Porter , Chris Addison , Clive Anderson and Graeme Garden are encouraged to tell lies in a bid to smuggle as many items of truth as possible past their opponents.
Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm
1/5. Present-day LA: Richard Novak has spent most of his life getting rich and avoiding people. Then a series of unrelated incidents hurls him back to feeling and emotional life again. Written by AM Homes , adapted by Penny Leicester .
Producer/Director Tim Dee Repeated from 10.45am
New series 1/3. Mike Thomson investigates claims of BBC bias in its coverage of the Iranian Revolution in 1978-79, uncovering papers that claim the Corporation broadcast anti-Shah propaganda on behalf of Ayatollah Khomeini. Thomson talks to the former Foreign Secretary Lord Owen, the then
Iranian ambassador and senior BBC figures to get to the truth. Producer Laurence Grissell
Scientists are getting closer to understanding the brain dysfunctions that result in violent criminal behaviour. Joshua Rozenberg meets the neurologists and psychologists who are studying the brains of young offenders - identifying specific areas of damage or chemical imbalance caused by neglect and abuse during infancy. Should offenders whose brain physiology shows abnormality be held responsible for their behaviour? Producer Brian King
1/5. Caterpillars. On a French walking holiday, Craig and Caitlin are forced to confront a legion of poisonous caterpillars - and the consequences of their own convictions. Laurel Lefkow reads the first of James Lasdun 's new collection of psychologically gripping short stories.
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