Brave New World. Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Aidous Huxley 's dystopian novel Brave New World of 1931 and how it strikes a sinister chord in today's Big Brother society. With David Bradshaw , Daniel Pick and Michele Barrett. Producer James Cook Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
4/5. Having found an ancient Syrian text of the four Gospels, the twins return to Mount Sinai - with academics in tow. But on their return to England, an argument erupts as to who should take the credit for their find. By Janet Soskice. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
4/9. Kosovo. To mark the tenth anniversary of the war in Kosovo, Michael Montgomery reveals evidence of a side to the conflict he believes the world was not meant to see.
Using documents and recorded interviews, he reports on alleged atrocities that have remained hidden from international gaze.
Producer Jenny Chryss Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
America's architectural genius Frank Lloyd Wright reinvented the house as a modern place of openness and light with flowing horizontal spaces - everything the uptight, cluttered Victorian box was not. Susan Marling travels to Arizona to explore some of his most visionary homes. Producers Kate Bland and Susan Marling
1/8. Antarctic Treaty. Tom Heap investigates the success of the Antarctic Treaty, a beacon of global co-operation intended to regulate international relations concerning the Earth's southernmost continent. Repeated from Monday at 9pm
4/5. Tested. Jesus's arrest tests the courage and faith of his supporters. By Nick Warburton.
Producer/Director Jonquil Panting
Birth of a Revolution. It's 300 years since
British ironmaster Abraham Darby kick-started the Industrial Revolution by introducing coke smelting at his ironworks in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire. Helen Mark joins archaeologists and descendants of Darby to explore his legacy. Repeated from Saturday at 6.07am
3/3. Murray. Joe Bloggs is dead. He and his lawyer, Murray, shared a passion for collecting fine art, but it was Joe who hid the stuff. Now Murray waits for Shirley May and Theodora - but which woman holds the key to the valuable collection? By Frances Fyf ield. Read by Hugh ROSS. For details see Tuesday
4/15. Beau Nash and the Rise of the Middling Sort. The interior designer visits Bath, the setting for the 18th-century revolution in men's clothing. The "rules" of the great
English dandy Beau Nash opened society to men who were well dressed, not just well born. For details see Monday
2/8. All New. Many businesses are waiting for the worst of the current economic climate to blow over. but Peter Day reports on those who are using innovative strategies in order to cope with the global recession. Producer Caroline Bayley Rptd on Sunday at 9.30pm
Mark Miodownik explores how batteries work and why they have been limited by the laws of physics. Looking to the future, he examines what role they could play in the electric car industry and powering commercial aircraft, and meets the experts who are developing ways to increase their storage and sustainability. Producer Brian King
4/8. In Jonathan Coe 's black comedy,
Michael Pearce is writing the biography of the all-powerful Winshaw family.
For details see Monday
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