1/6. Dr Margaret Cook talks to world affairs editor John Simpson's wife Dee Kruger about how she copes with his other marriage - to the BBC.
2/6. Dr Margaret Cook continues her look at wives behind the scenes when she meets the woman described as the Morningside Lady Macbeth, Lady Elspeth Campbell.
3/6. Dr Margaret Cook speaks to Diana Melly, wife of the late jazz musician George Melly. Diana discusses her life with George, their open marriage and the complications it brought.
4/6. John McCririck is large, loud and garishly eccentric. Margaret Cook finds out about the woman who lives with the man the papers call Britain's biggest male chauvinist.
5/6. Edwyn Collins is one of Scotland's most successful singer songwriters. Dr Margaret Cook talks to his wife Grace to find out what it's like to be both wife and manager.
6/6. Julie Wilson Nimmo found fame as Miss Hoolie while her husband Greg Hemphill starred in Chewin' the Fat. Dr Margaret Cook discovers how the couple juggle fame and family.