5/5. Now grown up, Said has taken a job in the corporate offices of the lifestyle guru Martha Stewart. When his mother comes to visit, they reminisce about the last time they met when he was 17. By Said Sayrafiezadeh. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
DJ Bobby Friction tells the story of the psychologist Naif Al-Mutawa, who has created the world's first collection of Muslim comic-book superheroes - the 99 - who are sweeping the Arab world and are due to arrive in Europe soon. producer Laura Parfitt
New series. 1/4. Harry Hindle-Rand The retired public schoolmaster is back for a new set of recollections of his favourite pupils and their fortunes in the adult world. Henry uncovers saintly chorister Hindle-
Rand's darker side and predicts that he will become successful. Just not in the way one might have expected. By Andrew McGibbon.
Producers Andrew McGibbon , Nick Romero and Jonathan Ruffle ; Director Andrew McGibbon
Examining one of the enduring mysteries of the First World War - the apparent refusal of George V to give sanctuary in England to his cousin
Tsar Nicholas and, after he had been forced to abdicate during the Russian Revolution. By Ian Curteis , starring Derek Jacobi.
Producer/Director Jeremy Mortimer
King George V:
Anne Swithinbank , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions from gardeners in Hertfordshire. Michael Clarke advises on ways to protect bulbs from pests. Eric Robson is in the chair. Including at
5/5. Walking Backwards to the Future Dan Cruickshank hears from the Maori about their attitude to the descendants of the settlers who arrived after Captain Cook's, and about their hope for the future. For details see Monday
2/5. Fred MacAulay presents the topical comedy panel show in which teams including Andy Parsons and Justin Edwards provide silly answers to the week's questions. producer Katie Tyrrell Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
Fallon changes her allegiance.
Writer Caroline Harrington
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Conservative peer Michael Heseltine , Colin Mayer , Dean of Oxford University's Business School, columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and former Labour minister Tony Benn take questions from an audience in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. Jonathan Dimbleby is in the chair.
Producer Victoria Wakely Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
13/20. Coelacanth. The coelacanth is primitive bony fish thought to be an important ancestor to all back-boned animals. The naturalist was the first to present film of a live specimen for his TV series Life on Earth. But is it the living fossil it was thought to be.
Producer Julian Hector Repeated on Sunday at 8.50am
Gideon Gordon , film star and celebrity campaigner for human rights, is murdered in Africa. The main suspect is his brother Ken. What can have driven the brothers apart?
Written by and starring Gabriel Bisset-Smith . Other parts played by Matt Addis , Stephen Hogan and Jonathan Tafler
Producer/Director Jeremy Mortimer
5/5. Forced to take refuge in a roadside inn, Yorick is equally forced to share a bedroom with a stranger and her maid. The precautions for managing such a situation border on the baroque. By Laurence Sterne. For details see Monday
5/8. The comedy show that prises the back off your radio, fiddles around with the programmes inside and then puts it all back together the wrong way round. With
Alice Arnold and Jon Holmes. Producer Sam Bryant
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