4/6. Clare Balding's quest to discover walks that are good for the mind, body and soul takes her to Dorset to meet former long-distance walker Garth Gunn and his son Craig on the Isle of Purbeck, where they follow the training route that got Garth back on his feet as he recovered from the chronic fatigue syndrome ME.
Producer Nicola Humphries Rptd on Thursday at 3pm
2/3. Gumshoe Steve Punt goes on the trail of the vans that allegedly trace TV licence evaders, checking out rumours that they're little more than a myth. Faced with a wall of official silence, he travels hundreds of miles to track down one of the legendary vehicles for himself. Producer Laurence Grissell
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Arlo White and Glenn Mitchell provide commentary on the Super Eights Group E contest at the Oval. With analysis by Geoff Lawson and Dermot Reeve.
Producer Adam Mountford 'approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra from 1.10pm
In a newspaper article from 1898, the writer Emile Zola took a stand against the French military and judicial establishment's wrongful imprisonment of Jewish army officer Alfred Dreyfus. Here, with naturalistic dialogue, Louis Gregori gives a right-wing perspective on the events that led him to believe that the murder of the guiltless Dreyfus was the correct and only action. By Hattie Naylor. Producer/Director Pauline Harris
2/2. Concluding his exploration of how classical performers prepare to play in front of a red light instead of a live audience, Terence Curran explores how seasoned musicians approach the recording process. Rptd from Tue
Paul Gambaccini looks through EMI's Hayes archive, which contains some of the world's first recorded music, to uncover the story of Fred Gaisberg. Gaisberg set up the UK's first record studio and was the first person to capture Caruso's voice. The music collector amassed hundreds of examples of indigenous music, including the court music of the Chinese and Japanese emperors, and the last ever castrato. Producers Danny Eccleston and Emily Palmer
1/3. Wilkie Collins 's tale of passion, deception and murder, dramatised by Robin Brooks.
Callow Allan Armadale unexpectedly inherits a substantial estate in Norfolk, bringing him to the attention of dangerous fortune-hunter Lydia Gwilt. She plans to seduce and marry him, but there are obstacles in her way.
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