3/5. John Osborne 's adventures in radioland continue with a look at the history of Radio Times and a first-hand encounter with the very best of local radio as Radio Humberside online brings him the latest from the epicentre of last year's UK earthquake. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Billy Bragg meets the surviving members of a unique social community made up of conscientious objectors during the Second World War. In the Lincolnshire village of Holton-cum-Beckering, three communities of pacifists were formed: they lived together, worked the land and co-existed in what many of them considered the perfect model of social cohabitation. Producer Richard Mcllroy
1/6. Today's the day Jodie opens her own business, a sandwich bar in East Yorkshire, and she's excited and a bit anxious, as you'd expect. But she'll be all right, she's got Hope, who's just left her husband and come to live on Jodie's floor, and is very willing to help. Comedy drama by John Godber and Jane Thornton.
Director Chris Wallis
A feminist film-maker and her crew visit the Suffolk coast to make a documentary about MR James , the ghost-story writer, to discover how an outwardly respectable bachelor could produce such disturbing horrors. By Robin Brooks.
Producer/Director Fiona McAlpine
5/6. The Ouesters face the Tower of Tests and are horrified when one of their number is struck down. Meanwhile, Lord Darkness must confront some revolting slaves.
Comedy by Anil Gupta and Richard Pinto.
Producer Anil Gupta
8/10. Falco and Geminus travel to Capua to track down the sculptor Orontes and discover more about his role in the art scam. After a hard day's work, the detective finally gets to celebrate his birthday. By Lindsey Davis.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
4/4. The Law and Climate Change.
Clive Anderson and a panel of senior legal figures debate whether the environmental laws of the land are robust enough to save the planet. They discuss whether or not the Climate
Change Act of 2008, which commits the UK to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 80 per cent by 2050, can be legally enforced and what penalties are available to pressurise industry, individuals and the Government to reduce their carbon footprints.
Producer Brian King Repeated on Sunday at 10.15pm
3/3. Writer and feminist Natasha Walter writes a letter to Mary Wollstonecraft about her 1790 pamphlet A Vindication of the Rights of Women, which argued that inequality between the sexes did not prove women were intrinsically inferior. Walter updates the 18th-century protofeminist on advances since her day and considers areas that still need work.
Producer Beaty Rubens Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm Repeated on Sunday at 5.45am
2/6. Househunting. Still homeless and separated from his wife, Dave plans to move out of the Storage Garden, but Geoff decides he wants to move in. Comedy by Tom Collinson and Barnaby Power.
Producer Ed Morrish
5/6. Penelope Sway. Egotistical presenter
Roydon Postlethwaite remembers the glittering fictional career of Dame Penelope Sway , arguably the finest actress of her generation not to be offered a role in a Harry Potter film. Comedy by Chris Chantler and Howard Read.
Producer Colin Anderson
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