John Humphrys talks to high-fliers who have experienced turbulent times.
3: Flamboyant Scottish barrister Donald Findlay QC resigned as vice-chairman of Rangers FC and even considered suicide after being filmed singing sectarian, anti-Catholic songs.
Producer Brian King
2: Garsdale. Alan Whitehouse continues his fivepartjourney around Britain by trair examiningthe changing role of the signalman and signal-boxes. A few years ago Garsdale Box, along with the rest of the Settle and Carlisle Railway, was destined for closure but now Railtrack are recruiting again. Sowho wants to work in a signal-box miles from anywhere in the middle of Winter? Producer Andy Cartwnght
Presented by the Rev Stephen Shipley - If You Have
Faith in God (Tracey). Here I Am, Lord (Schutte, arr
Barry Rose ). Job 42, wl-6. Psalm 139, wl-9
(Bairstow). Sing to Him in Whom Creation
(Rhuddlan). Director of music Ian Tracey.
England v Sri Lanka
Commentary from Headingley on the fourth match in the triangular one-day series, by Jonathan Agnew ,
Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Mark Saggers. With expert comments from Angus Fraser ,
Sunil Gavaskar and Mike Selvey. The scorer is Bill Frindall. Producer Peter Baxter Approximate time
Through the stories of four fields and their surrounding H countryside, Jeremy Cherfas explores our changing
0 relationship with the land. 1: The Held Since When? Dorset farmer Martin Green has spent his life excavating his fields, finding relics of the earliest farmers who worked the chalk downlands. Producer Peter Everett
Russell Davies looks at at the stories behind the opening nights of well-known musicals. 4: Expresso Bongo. With its storyline and gritty music by David Heneker and Monty Norman , Expresso Bongo-which opened in 1958 - has been hailed as the first rock 'n' roll musical. Producer Neil George
A comedy by Martyn Wade, specially written for these two distinguished actresses. This was one of Joan Sims 's last performances before her death last year.
The story centres on the relationship that develops between two women brought together by a troublesome dog. All Veronica's experiences as a dog-trainer are needed to curb the vicious beast bequeathed to Maureen by her late husband...
A six-part comedy series written by and starring Linda Smith, with Jeremy Hardy , Martin Hyder ,
Margaret John , Chris Neill and Femi Olufowuju Junior. 5: Linda's tortoise, Sir Cliff, has been sprung from his high security facility. Can the Neighbourhood Watch group find the culprit? Producer Jon Rolph
By Mike Harris. 2: Married. Now that they are married the Tolstoys have promised to keep no secrets from each other. But what will they discover when they read each other's diaries?
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Trainee teacher 1:
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Is the British justice system unfairly weighted against mothers accused of harming or killing their babies? John Sweeney uncovers disturbing new evidence of unreliable expertise and questionable testimony.
Editor David Ross
A four-part series series examining the experience of adolescence. 2: Teenagers' mood swings and obsessions can seem bizarre to adults. Connie
St Louis asks what teenage behaviour is normal and what should make parents and teachers worry. Producer Anna Buckley E-MAIL: email@example.com Repeated tomorrow 4.30pm
The conclusion of Annie McCartney 's comedy series about some bohemian residents of Belfast.
4: The Height ofthe Iguana. Sally the cleaning lady is threateningto leave. Will the residents be able to cope?
Director and producer Tanya Nash
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