Steph and the Zero-Structured Lifestyle by ANDREW DAVIES , with and ' wish I could let things alone. I have to know where I am. I can't stand zero-structure ... He thinks he has it all cracked but really he likes things in a mess. I'm supposed to be free but really I like things on tramlines. What shall I do? '
With PAUL HENRY , ELIZABETH REVILL , ESMA wilson, members of the fifth-year Drama Group of Droitwich High School Produced and directed by ROGER pine . BBC Birmingham
What Brothers Are For A classical comedy by STEVE GOOCH
It's a mess. Terry's in love with Sheila Martell. Dave and Brenda have failed to take precautions. Ray gets everything mixed up. and everyone'6 worried about Dad gettingout.
Directed by MICHAEL HEFFERNAN
A six-part series
1: The Troubled Brotherhood On the face of it, the British trade union movement is in a mess. Its membership is failing, it is under attack from the Government, and it's short of money. The question posed by a TUC General Secretary 20 years ago - what are we here for? - is being asked today with even greater urgency. Peter Paterson asks whether 19th-century ideals and structures are relevant to the problems facing the unions in 1984, and looks at the changes some of them are now making. Music performed by SAM RICHARDS and TISH STUBBS Producer MARGARET BUDY
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Send for Major Valentine by JAMES PARKINSON and JOHN OWEN with Europe's looking a bit of a mess and 'foreign chappies' like
Hitler and Mussolini are getting above themselves. There's only one thing the ministry can do to find out what they're all really up to - 'Send for Major Valentine!'
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON. Stereo
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First of four programmes. George Washington , aquatic mites, flamingoes, soap, pancakes and poetry all feature in conversations that Cliff Morgan has on the first stage of a journey Down the River Great Ouse. Producer ANTHONY SMITH BBC Bristol
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Ian Hislop and Nick Newman 's epic tale of power, love, passion and oil. Prince Saudi's oil deal will bring peace to the civilised world. What could possibly go wrong? Well, Cravate and Pomeroy's bitter rivalry could mess things up for a start. Meanwhile, back in a 1960s flashback, Cravate's wedding to Lady Arabella ends in a vow to end all vows.
With Toby Longworth and Steve Steen Producer Colin Swash
- New series 1/4. The True Confessions of Sherlock Holmes , Part2 - the Inevitable Invention ofMoriarty Sherlock Holmes is out of work and desperate to re-establish his reputation as the finest sleuth on the nationwide detecting circuit. Written and performed by Simon Munnery , with Kevin Eldon and Sally Phillips. Producer Ed Morrish
2/5. Professor Keith Dumbell has been researching the smallpox virus since 1947 and was part of the successful campaign in the 1960s and 70s to eliminate smallpox from the globe. In the process he built up the world's largest private collection of smallpox strains. He tells Jolyon Jenkins about the sadness he felt when, in the interests of safety, he had to relinquish his collection. Producer Jolyon Jenkins
1/5. A Rowboat in the Cellar. Alan Bennett reads this story from Mick Jackson. A home-made rowboat leads an old man from his cellar to a magical cavern for the retired. Producer Karen Rose : Director Gordon House
A year on from the Northern Rock crisis,
Evan Davis presents a debate that proposes: This economic crisis is a good opportunity to rebuild the global order. The panel includes BBC business editor Robert Peston. Producer Sue Davies
Jeff's mundane life changes when he is struck by an actual bolt from the blue. He starts hearing a voice in another language and then he meets a girl and falls in love. But does Nicole love him, or the voice in his ear? Anita Sullivan 's gentle comedy about the nearness of stars and the distance of people. Part of the cross-channel BBC Radio science-fiction season.
Producer Karen Rose ; Director Anita Sullivan