3/11. Helen Mark explores a land lost beneath the waves near Craster on the Northumbrian coast. Archaeologists, with the help of storyteller Hugh Lupton , evoke the contours of Doggeriand, reclaimed by the North Sea at the end of the last Ice Age. Producer Mark Smalley Repeated on Thursday at 3pm
2/2. Director Ouentin Tarantino reveals his musical obsessions, influences and inspiration for the soundtracks for his movies and discusses with film-music historian Robert Ziegler the contents of his virtual jukebox. Contributors include Mary Wilson of The Supremes and Paul Gambaccini. Producer David Roper
England v Australia
Commentary on the third day of the Second Ashes Test at Lord's by Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin-Jenkins , Henry Blofeld and Jim Maxwell. With analysis by Phil Tufnell , Angus Fraser , Ian Chappell and Jason Gillespie. Producer Adam Mountford 'approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra at 10.45am TV highlights of today's play are on Five at 7.15pm
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4/8. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical look through the week's news at the Latitude festival in Suffolk. With Marcus Brigstocke , Mitch Benn , Jon Holmes and Laura Shavin. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby is in the chair for the topical discussion, which comes from Norwich. On the panel are the writer and chairman of the National Trust, Simon Jenkins , and the historian David Cannadine. Repeated from yesterday
By Kwame Kwei-Armah . With the election of Barack Obama , expectations are high in the Institute of Black Policy Research, a political think tank. But Kwaku, its founder, is still grieving for his father, and his highly controversial and massively misjudged proposal is about to put his family and his life's work in jeopardy. Producer/Director Alison Hindell
8/8. Evan Davis talks to entrepreneurs and company bosses about workplace issues that really matter, from the boardroom to the shop floor. Repeated from Thursday Televised on the BBC News Channel at 9.30pm
In its heyday, London's Soho was a vortex of louche living, artistic creativity and sleaze. Madness f rontman Suggs returns to the area where he spent much of his childhood to find out how this unigue community, complete with red-light district and village school, functions today. Mining the BBC archives and with the help of location recordings, he finds out if it is still a source of artistic inspiration or merely a creative vacuum. Producer Justine Willett Shortened rpt on Mon at 3pm
2/3. The trap is set to catch the East German spymaster who has ruthlessly destroyed Leamas's Berlin network - and the bait is Leamas himself. John le Carre 's novel is dramatised by Robert Forrest.
Repeated from Sunday
7/8. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Claire Fox , Melanie Phillips , Matthew Taylor and Michael Portillo cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Repeated from Wednesday
5/5. The Sand Monster. A visit to the seaside is described by a boy who is acutely aware of the difficulty his parents have in dealing with his disability. Judith Allnatt 's story is read by Jordan Clarke. Producer Jill Waters
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