John Humphrys talks to six successful people who have weathered storms in their careers. 3: Mary Allen. The former chief executive of the Royal
Opera House lasted seven months in the post before being forced to resign. Producer Brian King. Repeated at 9.30pm
The Second World War set in motion major changes in Britain's countryside, many of which were bad for wildlife. Fifty years on, as Dylan Walker reveals, it is the Ministry of Defence that is acting as protector of wildlife. Producer Neil Walker Repeat
A four-part comedy drama by Harwant Bains. 3: Dave is notching up sales, while Rita is busy fending off a suitor. with Paul Bazely , Siddiqua Akhtar , Geoffrey Whitehead , Lyndam Gregory and Paul Ritter Director Claire Grove
By Noelle Renaude , translated and adapted by Sara Coward. On a hot afternoon in mid-France in the late
1940s, six interrelated families are in the garden for a celebration meal. with Christopher Scott , Elizabeth Mansfield , Sunny Ormonde , Richard Derrington , Susan Sheridan , Ian Brooker , David Bannerman ,
Richard Cumow , Tracy Wiles , Wendy van der Plank , Sara Coward , James Richard , Lexie Rose , Tom Felton and Lannah McAdam Director Sue Wilson
van Der Plank
Five programmes looking at the secrets of the investigator's trade.
2: Haydn Seek. Six newly discovered Haydn piano sonatas presented the musical world with a quandary. Liz Camey learns the secrets of unravelling musical mysteries. Producer Liz Carney Repeat
More music and comedy from the sassy Irish trio. This week, manager Seamus gets the girls an advert for cheese. With Sue Collins,
Anne Gildea , Karen Egan and Paul Tylak. Producer Jo Clegg
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
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