John Humphrys in conversation with six successful people who have weathered storms in their careers.
4: Sir Richard Greenbury. The former chairman of Marks and Spencertalks about plunging sales figures and boardroom battles at the nation's favourite retail shop.
Producer Brian King. Repeated at 9.30pm
Claudia Hammond concludes the series investigating vitamins by looking at vitamin E, long-considered a wonder vitamin for its antioxidant properties. Now it is set to enhance its reputation following new research that suggests it might help to prevent miscarriages. producer JaneO'
Rourke Dr Mark Porter on taking vitamin E - health: p31
Rourke Dr Mark
With the Rev Ernest Rea. Teach Me, My God and King (Sandys); Deuteronomy 8, wll-18; Great IsThy Faithfulness (Faithfulness); Non Nobis,
Domine! (Quilter). With the John Powell Singers. Director of music John Powell.
The conclusion of a series of travellers' tales. There are no simple solutions for either
Madagascar's poor orthe island's endangered population of lemurs.
Producer Neil Walker. WEBSITE: www.e-nomad.org
Mark Radcliffe profiles six of the North's best-loved and most influential comedians.
5: Robb Wilton , who is perhaps best remembered for his role as Mr Muddlecombe JP , the bumbling, befuddled magistrate. For others, Robb's catchphrase "The day war broke out, my missus said to me ..." will forever be a reminder of the humourthat kept Britain laughing during the Second World War and the years of rationing that followed. Wilton was born in 1881 in Everton and established himself on the blossoming variety circuit in his twenties. He became a master of the art of storyteiiing-he did not tell jokes, he simply related anecdotes from life. Producer Libby Cross
From rags to riches, George Harrison to the Woodstock festival, Terence Stamp presents an 80th birthday tribute to Ravi Shankar , the world's most famous sitar player.
Producers Joanne Coombs and David Prest (R)
By Juliet Ace. Every two years, there is a new captain-and a new captain's wife. Mattie, played by Patricia Hodge , isthereforthem all, moving, overthe years, from the centre of the table to the captain's side. She observes the Navy at play and provides exotic relief- until she is readyto Change herself. Director Ned Chaillet (R)
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 Old Trafford, home to Manchester United. For details see yesterday
Louise Doughty discusses favourite paperbacks with guests Australian poet and winner of the Queen's Medal for Poetry, Les Murray , and Radio 1 DJ Annie Nightingale.
Producer Miriam Newman. Repeated Sunday llpm
In two programmes, Gerry Northam reports on warfare and the consequences for global peace.
1: New Weapons. The Nato bombing of Serbia last year appeared to be the culmination of a strategist's dream -total victory and barely a single allied casualty. Humans have always soughtto find ever more efficient and deadly means of waging war, but can hi-tech weaponry really deliver brave new world of bloodless warfare? And if so, will advanced computerised weaponry make the world a safer place?
Producer Jim Clarke. E-MAIL: email@example.com. Rptd Sunday5pm
Last in a series on the role played by climate during dramatic periods of ancient and modern history. Paul Simons explores the relationship between the evolution of man and the changing climate. ProducerSue Broom. E-MAIL: scirad<§>bbc.co.uk(R)
By Sue Townsend , starring Nigel Planer. 2: Being a Parent. Adrian wants William to enter the world via warm water, candlelight and Bach. His wife would preferto be unconscious throughout the birth. For details see yesterday (R)
A comedy series by Tony Bagley.
3: Betrayal. Divorced and penniless he maybe, but Robin is about to discover that life can be sweet in his new universe - even if it is at someone else's expense.
Producer Claire Jones (R)
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