Columnist and broadcaster Nina Myskow goes on a very personal journey back to St Andrews in Scotland - not for the golf, nor for the beautiful coastline, but to try and quieten some old ghosts. Producer Kerry McGeever
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Thousands of women suffer from a baffling disorder which can cause infertility and chronic pain. Cheryl Armitage on pelvic inflammatory disease.
Serial: The Wedding Group (11)
by Tony Bagley. Starring Zoe and
When Roy spots a planning application for a barn next to Jane's house his knight-in-shining-armour fantasies seem to have become a reality.
Meanwhile his boss has set up home in the office, complete with his dog, sun-lounger and soap-on-a-rope.
behind the scenes at
Sotheby's with the director of the Musical Instruments Department,
Graham Wells , and his colleague Stephen Roe , director of the Musical Manuscripts
Department. producer Michael Emery
Paul Vaughan talks to
Stephen Jay Gould about his series of books on biology, history and culture and reads the winner of the Constable Trophy for
Fiction, The Black Cook's Historian.
Producer Sarah Johnson
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. Starringand
4: Old Problem
Bill is on the receiving end of a birthday surprise he doesn't want. Meanwhile
Dennis's attempts to capture the glamorous Liza backfire.
Producer Paul Schlesinger
Miles Kington interviews famous characters from history and fiction. 5: John Brown
"Here comes her man in the kilt. You could hear her courtiers thinking it - Queen Victoria's northern bodyguard, her Highland heathen man."
Performed by Bill Paterson. Producer Anne-Marie Cole
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