With Sarah Montague and Edward Stourton.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament,
With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought forthe Day With Indarjit Singh.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
Earlier this year. stories of MPs' expense claims dominated the news agenda. Becky Milligan reports from inside Parliament, talking to
MPs who reveal the impact the crisis has had on their political and domestic lives. From disillusionment to death threats, the human fallout has been severe.
Producer Mark Alden Repeated at 9.30pm
1/2. An intimate portrait of life, recorded over nine months, behind the elegant façade of Outer Temple Chambers, as the barristers, clerks and staff prepare for the biggest upheaval in their history, the implementation of the 2007 Legal Services Act. Producer Simon Elmes
Writer and critic Michael Alexander asks what has become of TS Eliot's once unassailable reputation as the high priest of English literature, as his complete writings are comprehensively edited for the first time. Producer Paul Bajoria
People have always gathered and kept the music they like. Long before MP3 players and downloads, there were small manuscript tune-books. Tim van Eyken, singer and squeezebox player, reveals how today's musicians are rediscovering these books and sharing them - online. Now, all over the world, people are playing these tunes once again.
Rptd on Saturday at 3.30pm
2/4. Picture of Innocence. A high court judge is dead and suspicion of murder has fallen on his wife. Her alleged adultery with a fashionable portrait painter suggests a strong motive. But she protests her innocence and turns to McLevy for help. By David Ashton.
Producer/Director Patrick Rayner
1/3. Drink Nothing. A trio of stories commissioned for the Latitude festival begins with Emma Kennedy 's memories of a Rolling Stones concert that she went to with her parents when she was just a child. From the dodgy toilet facilities to the inaccessibility of the ice-cream van to the antics of the motley crowd, Emma recalls it all, including the arrival of a strutting Mick Jagger on stage. Producer Sara Davies
2/6. Sketch show with Laurence Howarth and Gus Brown. This week focuses on lying and honesty, with skits exploring the extremes of both. With Kate Fleetwood , Isy Suttie and Duncan Wisbey. Producer Colin Anderson
2/10. Skeeter tries to find out what has happened to her beloved maid Constantine. Meanwhile, Minny settles into her new position as Celia Foote 's help. By Kathryn Stockett. For cast and details see yesterday Rptd from 10.45am
9/10. Fraud is estimated to cost the UK economy upwards of P14 billion a year, and is expected to rise. Gerry Northam investigates whether some of the biggest and most audacious corporate fraudsters are now practically immune from prosecution. Producer Rob Cave Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
New series. 1/10. Mark Porter begins the series with a look at how to improve communication between doctors and patients. Some doctors have excellent bedside manners and can deliver bad news with compassion and empathy. But there are many others who lack this basic skill. How can this be improved? And what happens when the patient's first language isn't English? Producer Paula McGrath Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
3/4. Arthur Smith plays host to comedians Nat Luurtsema , Seann Walsh and Micky Flanagan. In the kitchen, Arthur learns a thing or two about rock 'n' roll from guest band
Alabama 3 (who were responsible for the theme tune to The Sopranos). Producer Sam Michell
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