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4/5. Using satire and lampoonery, Grimaldi takes pantomime into new areas and becomes known as the Hogarth of the Georgian stage. But the years of physical comedy are taking their toll on his body. By Andrew McConnell Stott. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: The Pantomime Life of Joseph Grimaidi is available for £18 (RRP E20) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT, or visit rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
4/9. Nablus. The West Bank town of Nablus, with its healthy economy, has been used as proof that the Palestinian Authority could run a viable state if a peace deal were brokered with Israel. This programme explores how durable this transformation really is.
Producer Linda Pressly Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
Since the Government bail-out, the Royal Bank of Scotland has been under pressure to display the NatWest Collection, bought in 2001. Shrouded in secrecy there are concerns that the collection, rumoured to contain art by Hockney, Lowry and Vettriano. could have been damaged in storage. Razia Iqbal examines the history of banks' patronage and asks about the responsibilities that come with Owning great art. Producer Henrietta Harrison
6/7. Me Time. Having it all is no longer enough - if you haven't factored some "me time" into your diary you're missing out. Dominic Arkwright asks journalist
Anna Raeburn , clinical psychologist Oliver James and writer Phoebe Gibson to explain to him how it works. Producer Christine Hall
What if we can't limit global warming to two degrees? What if it reaches four degrees or more? Three real life climate experts take one average family into the future to look at life on a warmer planet. Sarah Woods's drama documentary features Professor Kevin Anderson, Mark Lynas and Dr Emma Tompkins.
The Ocean Observatories Initiative plans to create a network of underwater surveillance equipment in the Earth's oceans. Quentin Cooper finds out how monitoring the oceans depths, second by second, will help scientists understand issues as far ranging as the process of ocean circulation and the impact of future Climate Change.
New series. 1/4. World Politics Political comedian Andy Zaltzman launches the first instalment of a decade-by-decade comic analysis of the third millennium, covering the 2000-09 period. This week Andy applies his signature mix of stand-up, sketches, facts and blatant lies to the subject of world politics. Featuring the voices of Rory Bremner, Bridget Christie, Lucy Montgomery and Kim Wall.
4/5. 1963-1966 All My Trials. It is 1964 and Amy's sister is thousands of miles away in hospital in Trinidad. Amy faces a dilemma about what is best for both of them.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
3/9. Sugaring the Pill. Brazil has been pioneering the use of ethanol in its vehicles for three decades. Ethanol emits 90 per cent less emissions that gasoline. As World leaders debate climate change in Copenhagen can Brazil convince the rest of the globe that sugar really is good for you?
Producer Julie Ball Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
New series. 1/3. How do a scientist's personal, psychological and intellectual qualities map on to their chosen area of science? Stephen Webster talks to six individuals to find out how much of their personality is reflected in their work, beginning with medical consultant
Philip Kilner , who retrained as a sculptor and then returned to medicine. Producer John Watkins
9/10. After a year's absence, Joe has returned to Elsie, but he is desperately ill and now she has two patients to care for.
Arnold Bennett 's Five Towns novel is read by Robert Powell. For details see Monday
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