John Humphrys in conversation with eight successful people who have weathered storms in their careers.
6: James Ferman. From Last Tango in Paris to Natural Bom Killers - 24 years of controversy as director of the British Board of Film Classification.
Producer Brian King. Repeated at 9.30pm
Meteorologist Helen Young recalls some extreme weather conditions that have occurred in the UK. In today's programme, she investigates the day when coke fell from the sky in the worst hail storm this century. Producer Helen Weaver
Historian Lisa Jardine shows Sheila McClennon how accessible, relevant and exciting the scientific revolution has been. Drama: Fire in the Heart-work by John Keats , adapted by Robin Brooks. Part 12 of 15. Drama rptd at 7.45pm. For details see yesterday
The last in a series in which Hugh Dennis delves into the comedy archives to explore the eccentricities of British life. Transport. Who could forget Basil Fawlty , beating his Mini with a branch when its engine refused to start? From trains to planes to automobiles, the British love to hate their vehicles. This programme goes in search of the reasons why. Producer Libby Cross
Peter Hobday continues his exploration of Britain's smaller opera companies. In this programme, he visits Sherborne School, where Dorset Opera holds its annual two-week opera course, bringing together professionals, students and locals. Producer Tony Cheevers
2: Winter- Football Groundsmen. A comparison between the wind- and snow-blown wilds of Wick Academy's pitch in north-east Scotland and the manicured grass at the home of Manchester United, Old Trafford. For details see yesterday
Sarah LeFanu and guests Baroness Blackstone, Minister for Education and Employment; and lecturer and broadcaster Julian Le Grand discuss three favourite paperbacks.
Producer Viv Beeby. Rptd Sunday llpm
The last in a comedy series by David Stafford. Farewell Slomvakia, toxic waste capital of Europe. with Adam Long , Michael Roberts , Jaime Robertson , Andrew Sachs ,
Sarah Vandenbergh and Bruno Matthews. Music David Stafford. Producer Dirk Maggs
Chris Gunness profiles Olara Otunnu , the United Nations special representative on children and armed conflict. Over the last two decades, two million children have been killed in armed conflict, six million seriously injured and one million conscripted. They are victims, perpetrators, soldiers and refugees. How should the international community respond? Producers Jennie Walmsley and Lucy Ash Repeated Sunday 5pm
A look behind the scenes at those who offer care and cure. This programme takes the lid off pathology. Are pathologists medical detectives orjust backroom boys and girls? Presented by Niall Dickson. Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald E-MAIL: [address removed]
By John Hegley. Four comic journeys in which John and his best friend Tony search for happiness, love, the meaning of life ... and glasses.
1: A Tale of Two Tenting. John and Tony go camping with Herman Hessian - the dog made out of an old potato sack. with Terry Malloy and Sunny Ormonde. Original music by Nigel Piper . Director Anne Edyvean
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