A profile of architect Donald Mclean.
The best reports from the BBC's global network of correspondents.
David Aaronovitch examines the motivations behind French farmer Jose Bove's actions against the prevailing world order.
Kate Mosse hosts a discussion on books from the Georgian city of Bath.
Stuart Maconie reviews new and classic releases on DVD.
Drama starring Sam Lee and Neiky Yim. A street thug discovers the body of a young girl and decides to deliver the suicide letters she left. In Cantonese with English subtitles.
The pianist and singer pays tribute to two giants of 20th-century music - the great swing pianist and balladeer Nat King Cole and jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald.
Tragi-comic drama, first shown in 1992, based on the first two days of the Falklands conflict. On the night of 1 April 1982, 2,000 Argentinian troops land on the Falkland Islands, catching the Governor and the few dozen Royal Marines stationed there off their guard, while some islanders think the invasion is an April Fools' joke. Starring Ian Richardson, Rosemary Leach and Bob Peck.
A selection of reports from the BBC.