Travel writer Robin Neillands walked across Ireland in 1992. mow, in two programmes, he retraces his footsteps from the Sperrin Mountains in Ulster to Knocknare near Sligo. 1: Omagh District Producer Anthony Smith
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
A time to mourn - or rejoice? The end of a chapter or the beginning of a new one? Writers Sara Maitland , Sue O'Sullivan and Sara Banerji share their experiences of the menopause. Serial: Fatlands (2)
Geoff Watts 's weekly report on the health of medical care - from the research laboratory to the GP's surgery. This week: how plastic surgeons perfect their skills without touching a patient. Producer Julian Brown
If things are on schedule, today is a rest day in the Tour de France, as the best cyclists in the world prepare for the assault on the Col d'lzoard.
Michael Duke 's comedy of international misunderstanding is set on a hillside campsite where a motley band of cycling fans await the arrival of their heroes.
Director Patrick Rayner
The crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth arguably had a greater impact on world history than any other single event. But what if Pontius Pitate had done what he really wanted, and freed him? Rabbi Julia Neuberger , Mashuq Ally and Tom Wright join Christopher Andrew to rewrite the history of the last two thousand years. Producer Ian Bell
Robert Dawson Scott at the first night of Andrew Lloyd Webber 's new musical Sunset Boulevard, and 22 new paintings by David Hockney unveiled in Glasgow. Producer Abigail Appleton
(Revised repeat at 9. 15pm)
A four-part adaptation of P G Wodehouse 's comic novel.
2: Sundered Hearts. The dark forces of chaos threaten to engulf Blandings Castle, now under the stern rule of Lady Hermione. Galahad's plans look set to fail as Lord Emsworth attempts to hide from his keen young secretary, and Sam finds himself on the wrong side of the law.
Narrated by Moray Watson.
Adapted by Richard Usbome
Producer Gareth Edwards
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