5/5. As Facebook grew exponentially, so did the sums of money being bandied around by prospective investors, inflating the egos and anxieties of those involved with the company. By Ben Mezrich. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Commentary on the second day of the Third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
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Critically acclaimed documentary about the consequences of a fatal car crash in Cornwall that involved a nursery nurse and a former policeman, where the witnesses tell of its life-changing effect on them in their own words. The programme explores the chain of events set in motion from the moment of collision to the conclusion of legal proceedings. Producer Laurence Grissell
3/6. Ipswich. Douglas has trouble with his inner dog, and Martin his inner ear when the crew of the tiny charter airline are sent for a refresher course in safety and emergency procedures. Comedy written bv John Finnemore. Producer David Tyler
Roger Bolton takes listeners' comments, criticisms and praise for the week's BBC radio. Producer Brian McCluskey Repeated from Sunday at 8pm ADDRESS: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 10T PHONE: [number removed] EMAIL: email@example.com
After the death of her husband, May struggles to come to terms with her grief. However, solace is at hand from an unexpected quarter and only available if May can summon the courage to face some long-held fears. By Rebecca Trick-Walker . Producer/Director Sam Hoyie
The Story of the Bees:
Bob Flowerdew , Pippa Greenwood and Anne Swithinbank answer questions from members of Letchworth District Gardeners Association. Pest expert Pippa unearths a local colony of rare, but temperamental. black squirrels. Eric Robson is in the chair. At 3.40 Gardening Weather Forecast. Producer Lucy Dichmont Rptd on Sunday at 3pm
5/5. Bert Jansch. The guitarist's guitarist, Bert Jansch is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential musicians of his time. Since the mid-1960s, every generation of players has been spellbound by the f ingerpicking and string-bending techniques that he employs in his mastery of folk music. producer Hannah Ratcliffe
Vincent Cassel discusses with Matthew Sweet his role in Mesrine, a biopic of the criminal who became France's public enemy number one in the 1970s. And David Warner looks back on a career that includes Morgan, a Suitable Case for Treatment, Straw Dogs, and The Omen. Producer Stephen Hughes Repeated on Sunday at 11pm
6/8. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis take a satirical look through the week's news, with help from Marcus Brigstocke , Mitch Benn , Jon Holmes and Laura Shavin. Producer Ed Morrish Rptd tomorrow at 12.30pm RT DIRECT: The Best of The Now Show on CD for E6.25 (RRP £8.80) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (BT landlines cost 5p per min; mobiles vary) quoting [number removed], or visit bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at the checkout
Four's a crowd at Brenda's graduation.
Writer Carole Simpson-Solazzo
Director Julie Beckett ; Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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10/10. The collaborators hold their breath as their book reaches the bookstores. Will the ladies of Jackson recognise themselves as painted by their maids? By Kathryn Stockett. For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Eddie Mair chairs the topical debate from Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, where the panel includes the Secretary of State for Wales Peter Hain, columnist Tanya Gold and campaigner Tony Sewell. Producer Victoria Wakely Rptd tomorrow at 1.10pm
1/3. The Prodigal Fraudster
Mike Harris 's gripping political drama picks up the story of Bobby Khan and his family two years after him being elected as an MP. Bobby set his sights set on a ministerial post, but a family bombshell changes everything.
Fraud adviser Shari vani; political adviser Andrew Russell Producer/Director Pauline Harris
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