Phillip Fashanu talks to public figures about some of the tougher periods in their life.
His guest tonight is
Bob Champion , who was one of the country's top five jump jockeys when he discovered in 1979 that he'd contracted cancer. With the possibilty of only a few months to live, he started treatment and went on to win the 1981 Grand National.
A celebration in words and music of the traditions of harvest time, compiled by Georgina Boyes. Harvest time has inspired many great folk songs - from traditional John Barleycorn to the more recent All of a Row and Rolling Home. Many people - from ordinary farm workers to rural vicars and Ralph Vaughan Williams - have written about the good and the bad times of bringing in the harvest. Featuring
Martin Carthy , Eliza Carthy , Barry Coope , Jim Boyes , Lester Simpson , Fi Frazer and Georgina Boyes. Producer David Corser
George Cole concludes the series of stories of extraordinary Victorians buried in Highgate Cemetery, London. The Lion King
The story of George Wombwell and his travelling menagerie. Only Prince Albert knew what would tempt Wombwell, who called himself "the man who has everythink". Written by Emlyn Harris
A Rewind and IBN co-production
Late-night listening with Derek and Ellen Jameson , featuring personalities and topical issues. Including at
10.45 What's That Noise? and at 11.45 a review of tomorrow's papers. Plus the classical feature.
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