Can Number Six survive the ultimate test and meet Number One? Leo McKern guests. Concludes at the same time tomorrow
With Kirsty Lang.
3/6. Oliver Cromwell tried to make Wales more truly Protestant - but it took a century to take hold. Huw Edwards tells the tale.
First shown on BBC1 Wales
As global companies subcontract production I to countries with cheap labour, the question of ethics becomes ever more pertinent. Some multinationals employ consultants to balance morality with profits. Nokia is one such company - so for Storyville film-maker Thomas Balmes travelled to China with their advisors to find out if this reconciliation is possible.
A Swedish man runs across his country.
3/10. The media is examined in a topical magazine, fronted by Tyler BrOle.
Archive footage of Cleo Laine and John Dankworth, Victor Feldman with Ronnie Scott, the Tubby Hayes Big Band and Annie Ross with the Tony Kinsey Quartet and the Johnny Scott Quartet and Bill Le Sage's Directions in Jazz.
Elgar's Enigma Variations and Holst's Hymn of Jesus are performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, and Delius's Sea Drift is sung by Thomas Hampson