Six new investigations that begin with a piece of documentary evidence, presented by John Man.
3: Jacques's Story. Aristocratic Romanian Jacques Sandulescu, whose father owned five villages, was a big, cuddly 15-year-old who everyone warmed to. But in 1946 the Russian army press-ganged him into working in inhuman conditions in coal mines. As a slave in Soviet mine no. 79, he saw others die like flies. But should he try to survive or escape across snowy wasteland? Producer Matt Thompson
The First Wives Club turned author
Olivia Goldsmith into a household name. Jenni Murray talks to her about her new novel, Marrying Mom, the story of one family's attempt to marry off their mother to a millionaire.
Serial: Close Relations (3). For details see Monday
Maurice Denham stars as the doyen of Prior's Heath Golf Club in a series of six stories by PG Wodehouse .
1: Jane Goes Off the Fairway. With Jon Glover , Sue Holderness,
Gordon Kane , Jonathan Cecil and Anna Sharkey. Dramatised by Edward Taylor and Michael Pointon. Producer Edward Taylor
Ronald Frame's four-part drama is set in a luxury hotel in the Scottish
Highlands and stars Eliza Langland as Fee and David Rintoul as David.
2: While the staff of the Hydro set about learning Japanese and having their "potential superfactors" assessed by a management guru, Fee runs into trouble with the bank. with Gayanne Potter , Geoffrey Lee ,
John Buick and Jan Moffatt. Director Patrick Rayner
Chancellor Helmut Kohl - visionary statesman or sinister threat to
European liberties? David Sells explores the motivation behind one of the most formidable of modern political leaders. He follows Kohl's journey from a terrified, 15-year-old Hitler Youth recruit to the cosy embodiment of postwar recovery, and shows how the drama of German reunification prompted his personal drive towards greater European union. Producer Chris Bowlby
When Sally adopted 16-month-old
Natalie, she began an audio diary that she hoped would help her daughter to "fill in the jigsaw" one day when she was older. In fact, the diary revived a tangle of memories of Sally's own adoption as a black child into a white family back in the sixties. Producer Lynne McCadden
11.00 Elvis 2 Oasis
Steve Punt chairs the discussion show looking at how music has affected people's lives, with guests Matt Bell , Loyd Grossman and Kate Robbins. Producer Liz Anstee
11.30 Kathmandu or Bust
A six-part comedy by David Napthine and Mike Yeaman.
3: Turkish Delight with Forbes Masson. Richard Ridings , Lolly Susi, Jonathan Keeble and Andrew Branch Producer Lissa Evans Repeat
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