John Humphrys in conversation with six successful people who have weathered storms in their careers. 3: David Lloyd. The sacked British Davis Cup tennis team captain talks about confrontations with the Lawn Tennis Association, business bust-ups and death threats. Producer Brian King. Repeated at 9.30pm
Claudia Hammond investigates vitamins. 4: This week she looks at vitamin D, the "sunshine" vitamin, which stops us from getting rickets - a disease which is no longer a thing of the past in Britain. Producer Jane O'Rourke
With the Rev Canon Noel Vincent. Long Ago
Prophets Knew (Theodoric); Luke 1, w26-35, v38; Magnificat (Collegium Regale - Wood); Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus (Cross of Jesus). With the Coventry Cathedral Chapter House Choir. Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
For ten years a violin lay gathering dust in an East London attic. Built byastudent of Stradivarius, it was once owned by a miner's son who went on to lead the Halle Orchestra. Now worth a six-figure sum, it is played by Peter Hanson who traces the instrument's history. Producer PaulKobrak
By Chris Thompson. it's 1967 and the whole world seems to be going to California in search of sunshine, music and love-ins. But not Col. He is going to the Buena Vista Hotel in Margate, where he and his mate Pete have landed summerjobs. While Pete has no problem attracting the girls, Col takes a more sensitive approach. Then the unusual wedding anniversary celebration of the hotel's German chef changes the course of the summer.
Director Peter Leslie Wild
Dominic Holland 's six-part series illustrating the Domedic minutiae of life. 1:
Dominic points out the pitfalls of growing up, becoming an adult and having children. With Simon Greenall , Sally Grace and Dave Lamb. Producer Maria Esposito
By Fanny Burney , adapted by Jennifer Howarth. 15: Mastectomy. Fanny, living in Paris, develops breast cancer and undergoes agruelling mastectomy without the aid of anaesthetic. Fordetails see yesterday. Repeated from 10.45am
Five years ago this summer, convicted child rapist Marc Dutroux allegedly murdered four young girls in Belgium. The circumstances of their deaths shocked the world, but Dutroux still has not been brought to trial. John Egan investigates the reasons and uncovers growing evidence of complicity at the highest levels of the Belgian establishment.
Producer Adele Armstrong.
Repeated Sunday 5pm
A series on the role played by climate during dramatic periods of ancient and modern history. 3: In this programme, Paul Simons looks back to when the Sahara was a land of lakes.
Producer Sue Broom . E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org (R)
John Humphrys in conversation with six successful people who have weathered storms in their careers. 3: David Lloyd. The sacked British Davis Cup tennis team captain talks about confrontations with the Lawn Tennis Association, business bust-ups and death threats. Repeated from 9am
A comedy series by Tony Bagley.
2: The Truth Is Out There. Robin uses a scam from his old universe to make himself rich in his new universe. In the process he attracts the attention of the security services and learns the horrible truth about Operation War of the Worlds.
Producer Claire Jones (R)
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