4/6. How the Church in the UK used film to offer salvation to the permissive society of the 1950s and 60s.
Aled Jones and Howard Goodall host highlights of the BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year competition, held earlier this month at the Lowry Centre, Salford.
A Brazilian widow sends her daughters in search of assassins to avenge the murder of her menfolk. Marieta Severo stars in Aluizio Abranches 's absorbing drama from 2002. In Portuguese with English subtitles. Review page 56.
2/6. The news satire presents more carnage from the cutting room. More at 1.05am tomorrow
Brian Cox, John Simm and Shaun Parkes star in a film adaptation of Joe Penhall's award-winning stage play. Two psychiatrists disagree over the ongoing treatment of Christopher, an enigmatic young black man who insists that oranges are blue and former Ugandan dictator idi Amin is his father.
Eddi Reader, Kathryn Tickell, Michael McGoldrick, Mercedes Peon and Del Amitri's
Justin Currie are among highlights from Glasgow's winter folk festival.
More on Friday at 9pm
How vibrant folk music enables the Gypsies of north-east Hungary to cope with economic hardship and routine racism.