John Humphrys in conversation with six successful people who have weathered storms in their careers. 2: Ray Mallon , the Middlesbrough detective superintendent and a pioneer of "zero-tolerance" policing, talks of his fight to clear himself of corruption charges.
Producer Brian King. Repeated at 9.30pm
In a five-part series Claudia Hammond investigates vitamins. 3: This week she discovers that, contraryto popular belief, taking large doses of vitamin C may actually be harmful to us.
Producer Jane O'Rourke
With ClairJacquis. Jesus where'er Thy People Meet (Wareham); 1 Kings 8, v6, wlO-11,
W14-20; Glory and Worship (Purcell); Fill Thou My Life, 0 Lord My God (Richmond). Director of music Jeffrey Makinson.
Mark Radcliffe profiles six of the North's best-loved and most influential comedians. 3: A profile of the multi-talented Beryl Reid , whose career spanned music hall, variety, stand-up comedy and straight roles such as The Killing of Sister George. Producer Libby Cross
The unravelling of the mysteries of Ancient Egypt has been one of the great archaeological undertakings of the last 200 years. But what about its music? Is it possible to hearthe sounds that once filled the great temples of Luxor and the burial chambers of Thebes? One man has spent his life trying to prove that the music sung by Coptic monks in modern Egypt is as close as we can ever hope to get to hearing the music of the pharaohs. His name is Dr Ragheb Moftah and he is now 102 years old. Anthony Sattin searches the length of the Nile forthe truth about this latest Egyptian mystery. Producer Sara Jane Hall
By Betsy Byars, dramatised by Judith Adams.
Tom is fed up because he has to go and stay on a boring farm when his parents go on holiday. But when he arrives, he sees a rare black fox. The trouble is that Tom's uncle wants to kill it.
Steve Richards hosts a final round of the panel game about politics and politicians, with team captains Roy Hattersley and Sir Patrick Cormack MP. This week's guests are Lord Parkinson and Matthew Parris.
Written by Hugh Rycroft and David Spicer Producer Steve Doherty (R)
By Fanny Burney , adapted by Jennifer Howarth. 7: A Prison Full of Whispers. Fanny has an alarming encounter with the King, whose condition has worsened.
For details see yesterday. Repeated from 10.45am
Concluding his three-part series, Professor
Anthony Clare takes a personal look at why men are losing out. This week he argues that men take their public image too seriously and that this damages theirfamily life, their health and their self-esteem.
Producer Emma Selby. Repeated Sunday 5pm Polly Toynbee: page 16
Paul Simons presents a four-part series on the role played by climate during dramatic periods of ancient and modern history. 2:
From the disappearing Norsemen of Greenland to the outbreak ofthe French Revolution - a look at the Little Ice Age.
Producer Sue Broom. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org (R)
Written by Tony Bagley. 1: Churlish. Confirmed batchelor Robin Lightfoot has woken to find himself married in a parallel universe in which the Lib Dems are in power, the Dimbleby brothers are sports commentators and alcohol is a class-A drug. Produced by Claire Jones (R)
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