Barry Murphy picks out the best of the week's TV and radio on the various catch-up services in the UK. All programmes are listed in date order and please note: Only available to UK residents. Apologies for lateness of uploading this week's instalment.
Mad Men (1/13) – Series three. Out of Town: Sal and Don take a trip to Baltimore, and Lane Pryce, the financial officer, hits upon a novel way to assess the merits of Pete and ken.
Available until: 10:44pm Wednesday 3rd February 2010
Mad Men (2/13) – Series three. Love Among the Ruins: Don's father-in-law pays a visit to see his daughter's family.
Available until: 11:34pm Wednesday 3rd February 2010
Latin Music USA (1/4) – New series. Exploring the genre's influence on America's social and musical landscapes, and its effects on the immigrants working in the country. The programme begins by examining the impact made by Carlos Santana at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, which helped take the Latin sound to a mainstream audience.
Available until: 9:59pm Friday 5th February 2010
Newswipe with Charlie Brooker (2/6) – New series. The acid-tongued TV critic takes a caustic look at the way the news is covered in the media.
Available until: 1:29am Friday 5th February 2010
A Man Like Curtis (3/4) – Lenny Kravitz celebrates "Chicago soul" giant Curtis Mayfield (1942 – 99), whose falsetto delivery defined the sound of R&B hitmakers The Impressions and whose 1970s solo career include Move On Up, Freddie's Dead and Superfly. The third episode, Keep On Keeping On picks up the story in the late 70s and takes us up to his appearance at the 1983 Glastonbury Festival.
Available until: 12:02am Tuesday 2nd February 2010
The Thing About Syd: Mark Radcliffe explores the life and music of Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett – one of the lost souls of British rock music. First broadcast in 2007.
Part one Available until: 12:32am Thursday 4th February 2010
Part Two Available until:12:32am Friday 5th February 2010
Sounds of the 60s – Brian Matthew spins two hours of hits, B -sides and album tracks.
Available until 10:02am Saturday 6th February 2010
The Funk and Soul Show – 3 hours of funk, soul and blues presented by Craig Charles.
Available until:10:02pm Saturday 6th February 2010