The people of France decide on their president. Talk Show Special is at 9.30pm.
The second in a three-part profile of the enigmatic Ukrainian pianist Sviatoslav Richter, illustrated by footage dating from the 1950s to the present day.
Violinist Clio Gould presents a portrait of revolutionary composer William Lawes, born exactly 400 years ago, whose works are noted for their originality and who is regarded as the second greatest 17th-century English composer after Purcell.
A debate on the issues raised by the outcome of the presidential election.
Journalist and film-maker Nick Fraser profiles veteran French politician Jacques Chirac, who is defending himself against the charge of corruption carried out during his 18-year tenure as mayor of Paris.
Natasha Walter and Bonnie Greer join presenter Mark Lawson.
(Shown last Friday BBC2)
Marina Zenovich's film attempts to find out the real identity of French figure Bernard Tapie, whose life has included stints as a singer, actor, politician, businessman, author, football-team owner and convict.