115. Celebrity chef Keith Floyd 's I autobiography, written with James Steen , is read by Michael Cochrane. With his trademark bow tie and a glass of wine in hand, Floyd, who died in September, led the field in filming cookery programmes on location. Abridged by Libby Spurrier. Producer Joanna Green Rptd at 12.30am
Led by the Rev Roger Hutchings. 0 Lord of Every Shining Constellation (Highwood). Genesis 1. W26-31. Achieved Is the Glorious Work (Haydn). Praise and Thanksgiving (Bunessan). With Manchester Baroque. Director of music
Christopher Stokes. Organist Jeffrey Makinson.
There is a lucrative industry around intestate property, with solicitors and genealogists trying to establish who should inherit the estates of those who die without making a will. Jolyon Jenkins investigates. Producer Rachael Kiddey
New series. 1/4. Mark Maier 's comedy about the emotional lives of a group of staff and passengers on a train journey from
London to Exeter. Ticket inspector Robin is oblivious to trolley attendant Carol's flirtations, but has a doomed attraction to restaurant car chef Nadine.
Other parts played by Joseph Cohen-Cole and Philip Fox Producer/Director Peter Kavanagh
Comedy by Katie Hims. Jess and her mother are on a quest to bid farewell to the past and start afresh - armed with a disguise, a cover story and a change of name.
Producer John Dryden ; Director Toby Swift
RT CHOICE 1/5. Peter France narrates the story of a fictional Oxfordshire garden set against a backdrop of sounds specially recorded by Chris Watson. Throughout winter, robins have had the area to themselves, but now in early spring, they are joined by wrens, blackbirds and great tits. Producer Sarah Blunt
1/2. Rod Liddle looks at our differing responses to related animal species and tries to establish what those responses tell us about ourselves. He begins with otters and mink: one, a beloved emblem of rural Britain, the other, a voracious invader.
David Attenborough and ecologist Johnny Birks are among those helping Rod separate fact from fiction. Producer Tom Alban
New series. 1/6. Jack Dee chairs the antidote to panel games from London's Old Vic Theatre , with panellists Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden , Tim Brooke-Taylor and guest Rob Brydon. Colin Sell is at the piano. Producer Jon Naismith Rptd on Sunday at 12.04pm
6/20. By Charles Dickens , adapted by Mike Walker. Bella Wilfer confides in her father.
Music by Roger Goula ; Directors Jessica Dromgoole and Jeremy Mortimer Repeated from 10.45am
New series. 1/3. Mike Thompson looks at evidence that shows how British intelligence bases in North Africa used brainwashing techniques on prisoners in the Second World War-and that prime minister Harold Macmillan misled Parliament in 1960 when he denied that this had happened. Producer Laurence Grissell
9/9. Divorcing Europe. Chris Bowlby considers the possible consequences of Britain opting to leave the European Union, posing challenging pros and cons to those on both sides of the debate.
Producer Chris Bowlby Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
6/10. By Simon Mawer. German troops are advancing across Europe. How long can the Landauers, and their new nanny Kata, stay in what is left of Czechoslovakia? Read by Greta Scacchi. Abridged by Jeremy Osborne. Producer Rosalynd Ward
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