John Humphrys talks to six successful people who have weathered storms in their careers. 4: Nik Powell. From Absolute Beginners to The Crying Game. the producer who turned
Palace Pictures into Britain's most successful film company - until the money ran out.
Producer Brian King. Repeated at 9.30pm
From the coast of the Outer Hebrides. Members of the Wildlife Recording
Society, driven to the very edge of the British Isles to avoid intrusive noise, are captivated by birdsong. Producer Mark Rickards
The conclusion of Harwant Bains 's four-part comedy drama. Mo is determined that Rita should get married, Dave's car sales are suspiciously high, and Mo Junior wants RPM Motors to be the artistic hub of south London. with Paul Bazely. Lyndam Gregory. Siddiqua Akhtar , Dev Sagoo and Goffrey Whitehead Director Claire Grove
Huw Edwards cross-examines top lawyers Mark Stephens and Eileen Pembridge and their guests in a battle of legal writs from the very heart of the legal establishment, the Law Society. Producers Geoff Ballinger and Tim Green
A four-part series of Ronald Frame's popular drama set in a luxury hotel in the Scottish Highlands. 1: Fee Drummond is coming to terms with her husband's return from the dead.
And there is an unusual reunion dinner. with Ann Scott-Jones . John Buick.
Sandy Neilson , Alexander Morton , Mairi Gillespie. Gayanne Potter and Monica Gibb Director Patrick Rayner
By Martin Malone , read by Conleth Hill. Three children are playing hide-and-seek in the furze bushes of Kildare when they stumble upon something shocking. Producer Pam Brighton
Repeated Saturday 12.30am
More music and comedy from the sassy Irish trio. This week, Nuala reads extracts from her teenage diary. With Sue Collins, Anne Gildea , Karen Egan and Paul Tylak. Producer Jo Clegg
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
John Waite and his team of investigators follow up listeners' complaints and look at wider issues affecting the lives of ordinary people. Editor Graham Ellis
WRITE TO: Face the Facts. BBC Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA. E-MAIL:
FTF@>bbc.co.uk. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Intelligent Therapies. Scientists are designing a raft of promising cancer therapies based on a tumour-suppressing gene called p53. In the second of four programmes, Sue Armstrong explores cutting-edge developments in the management of cancer.
Producer Louise Dalziel
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