Most people who go to work are conscientious, industrious and loyal. Not the ones in this series, though. Frank talk about the other side of working life, with Clare Mclntyre as Dr Kirsty McProtkin. 1: The Art of Skiving A plumber, a removal man, a solicitor and others confess all. Devised and written by Nick Baker. Producer Fiona Couper. Stereo
Rome Pilgrimage A service held in the chapel of the English College, where priests have trained for service in England and Wales since Elizabethan times. Denis Nowlan leads the prayers and reflects on the missionary vocation.
Here I Am, Lord; Luke 9, v 57-10, v 6, 8-9, 16; I Give You a New
Commandment; Tu Sei La Mia Vita.
Schola Cantorum directed by Bruce Burbridge.
with Jenni Murray.
The actress, the doctor and the health visitor - what made them turn to the law? Cheryl Armitage meets women who advocate the Bar as a second career.
(Revised repeat at 7.20pm LW) Serial: Family Money (8)
IGeorgy is a freak.
She was bom ugly and stuffed herself with food until she became fat. Little wonder that, in the era of Twiggy, she feels like the Ugly Duckling.
A new six-part adaptation of Margaret Forster 's 60s novel.
1: There Once Was an Ugly Duckling
Adapted by Joe Dunlop
Music played by David Chilton , Dave Swift and Mike Bradley. Producer Adrian Bean. Stereo
A trilogy of plays by Humphrey Carpenter exploring moments in the lives of three great children's writers.
1924. A young professor of Anglo-Saxon is obsessed with language and has a passion for dragons. He is on the brink of an amazing creation....
Man on Tram:
A series of four programmes looking at the pleasures, pitfalls and personalities of musical instruments through the eyes of the people who play, carry, make or mend them. 3: The Contrabassoon Producer Emma Kingsley. Stereo
Conversations with people, who, when younger, were radical thinkers. Now they are older have they changed their spots?
David Walker explores how views change over time. 3: Ed Berman.
Producer Mary Price
Last in a series of four programmes in which
Jenni Mills reveals personal stories behind the headlines. Just over a year ago, Roger Cooper was released from Iran's notorious Erin prison, where he'd spent five years accused of being a British spy.
Producer Sarah Rowlands. Stereo
One hundred years ago composer
Michael Maybrick , writing as Stephen Adams , hit the royalty jackpot - he published The Holy City. To this day it is the most enduring of Victorian religious parlour songs. Roger Wilkes tells the story of Maybrick, the man and his music. Producer Diana Stenson
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