John Humphrys in conversation with eight successful people who have weathered storms in their careers.
4: Prof Lord Winston. Robert Winston 's pioneering work on infertility treatment has kept him at the controversial cutting edge of medical science.
Producer Brian King. Repeated at 9.30pm
Meteorologist Helen Young recalls some extreme weather conditions that have occurred in the UK. In the first of five programmes, she remembers the worst days of smog in this century. Producer Laura Parfitt
Radical American feminist Mary Daly talks to Sheila McClennon about her new book Quintessence. Drama: Rre in the Heartwork by John Keats , adapted by Robin Brooks. Part 2 of 15. Drama repeated at 7.45pm For details see yesterday
The first in a three-part series in which Hugh Dennis delves into the comedy archives to explore the eccentricities of British life. This week he finds a wealth of comedy moments provided by the holiday season. Producer Gavin Fuller
Peter Hobday continues his six-part exploration of Britain's smaller opera companies. In this programme he goes on tour with Opera Box, who perform
Mozart's Don Giovanni a leisure centre and in the open air at Kenilworth Castle. Producers Tony Cheevers and Alison Prain
Four stories by Michael Gilbert starring Philip Jackson as the lugubrious Detective Petrella, an Oxbridge-educated south London sleuth. Dramatised by Michael Butt. 3: Vengeance Foreseen. Petrella pursues a violent killer. with Kelly Bright. Donald Sinclair. Richard Tate , Jonathan Taller and John Hollis Director John Taylor
A six-part comedy by David Stafford. 4: Welcome to Slomzovakia, home of the aubergine.
Music David Stafford. Producer Dirk Maggs
Ireland used to be Gaelic, Catholic and poor. Now it is a racy, Americanised state with an unholy interest in making money. Olivia O'Leary charts these dramatic changes and asks how this new sense of identity affects its relationship with the North.
Producer Sara Conkey. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Losing It. Sue Armstrong continues her exploration into the biology of Alzheimer's disease. She investigates genetic and environmental risk factors and reveals the latest findings in diagnosis and treatment. Producer Louise Dalziel
The show that tackles the etiquette issues of living in a modern world, as Ronnie Rigsby tries to make the world a better place. with John Junkin , Meera Syal , Rob Brydon , Rachel Atkins and Will Barton
Producer Kathy Smith
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