Fergal Keane returns with an eight-part series of interviews exploring what motivates people to leave their job - and often their way of life.
Few sportsmen in recent years have been more celebrated or more criticised. The former England rugby star became the youngest ever captain of the national side at the age of 22. He resigned eight years later. He talks about his public persona and the pressures brought to bear within the game.
Repeated at 9.30pm
A history of British theatre and its technology.
2: Somewhere There's a Space. Russell Davies traces the technical development of architectural practice in theatres of the 20th century and sees howthis has altered performance.
Producer Laura Parfitt
In the first of two programmes, David Owen Norris charts the history of the classical recording industrythrough the archives of Gramophone magazine, the oldest music magazine in the world. He follows Gramophone's founder
Compton Mackenzie as he grapples with the earliest gramophones and takes the magazine to the dawn Of the LP. Producer Jane Greenwood
Ronald Frame's four-part drama set in a luxury hotel in the Scottish Highlands.
1: Fee Drummond, managing director ofthe
Hydro, is coming to terms with her husband's return from the dead. And there is a very unusual reunion dinner. with John Buick , Sandy Neilson , Alexander Morton , Main Gillespie , Gayanne Potter and Monica Gibb. Director Patrick Rayner
A guide to the world of learning, for listeners of all ages who want the best from the system, and those already on the learning curve.
Producer Dorothy Stiven. Action Une: [number removed]
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A sketch show that takes a comical view of lifestyles, families and relationships. Robert Duncan and Jan Ravens as Mike and Sue are joined by Roger Blake , Alistair McGowan and Ronnie Ancona. 3: The team tackle ageing and growing up. Plus a look at the world of drink.
Written by Bert Tyler-Moore and George Jeffrie
Music Mark Burton. Producer Aled Evans
By Sarah Woods. 12: Tuesday: the Ruddles visit the hospital to pursue their complaint. Tensions are running high now that the case has hit the headlines. Repeated from 10.45am. For details see yesterday
With the next licence to run the National Lottery tobeputouttotenderthisautumn,
Mark Whitaker examines Britain's gambling laws. Do the potential economic benefits of making betting easier now outweigh social concerns?
Producer Sarah Lewthwaite. Repeated Sunday 5pm
A look behind the scenes at those who offer care and cure. This week Niall Dickson asks whether neurosurgeonsaretheEinsteinsorthe
Frankensteins of the medical world. Do they save lives or change personalities?
Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
By John Hegley. The last of fourcomicjourneys in which John and his best friend Tony search for happiness, love, the meaning of life ... and glasses. The Hiking Holiday. John and Tony stay in sinister hotels and are pursued by monks from even more sinister monasteries, and Tony falls hopelessly in love. It turns out to be a holiday about sex, violence and overseas travel.
Original music by Nigel Piper . Director Anne Edyvean
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