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: as 11am

: Like They've Never Been Gone

1989 comedy about two showbiz has-beens who get a second stab at fame, starring Roy Hudd and June Whitfield

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Hudd

: Second Thoughts

1989 sitcom with Lynda Bellingham , Belinda Lang and James Bolam

Contributors

Unknown: Lynda Bellingham
Unknown: Belinda Lang
Unknown: James Bolam

: Big Toe Books

stories, poems and songs for younger listeners

: Westway

final episodes of the soap opera set in a west London health centre

: Comedy Greats

Barry Cryer presents the first of two six-packs of episodes of 1970s comedy. This week's selection features The News Huddlines (1979); All Gas and Gaiters (1971); The Frankie Howerd Show (1975); Parsley Sidings (1973); Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? (1975); Hello Cheeky (1979)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cryer

: The ABC Murders

Hercule Poirot murder mystery by Agatha Christie , dramatised by Michael Bakewell , starring John Moffatt and Simon Williams

Contributors

Unknown: Hercule Poirot
Unknown: Agatha Christie
Dramatised By: Michael Bakewell
Unknown: John Moffatt
Unknown: Simon Williams

: The Men from the Ministry

1977 civil-service comedy with Deryck Guyler and Richard Murdoch (4/8)

Contributors

Unknown: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: Richard Murdoch

: CBeebies Radio on BBC 7

songs, rhymes and stories for younger listeners

: Garrison Keillor's Radio Show

satire, music, chat and light-hearted features from Loveland,
Colorado, featuring the results of a Pop Idol-style call for local talent

: Space Hacks

sci-fi comedy about intergalactic reporters, written by Stuart Sumner and Ian Simons , and starring Dan Mersh , Tim Key , Prunella Scales and Dan Tetsell (4/4)

Contributors

Written By: Stuart Sumner
Written By: Ian Simons
Unknown: Dan Mersh
Unknown: Tim Key
Unknown: Prunella Scales
Unknown: Dan Tetsell

: Dalek I Love You Too

Colin Sharpe drama sequel about a Doctor Who fan named Nigel who has escaped to London in the hopes of landing a part in the show's new series and finding the "true one" (his father, who, he believes, is Doctor Who). With David Raynor , Fiona Clarke , Sharon Consterdine and David Fleeshman

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Sharpe
Unknown: David Raynor
Unknown: Fiona Clarke
Unknown: Sharon Consterdine
Unknown: David Fleeshman

: Westway

final episodes of the soap opera set in a west London health centre - omnibus. See also tomorrow at 9.15 for a farewell special

: Comedy Greats

Barry Cryer presents the first of two six-packs of episodes of 1970s comedy. This week's selection features The News Huddlines (1979); All Gas and Gaiters (1971); The Frankie Howerd Show (1975); Parsley Sidings (1973); Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads? (1975) and Hello Cheeky (1979)

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Cryer

: Garrison Keillor's Radio Show

satire, music, chat and light-hearted features from Loveland,
Colorado, featuring the results of a Pop Idol-style call for local talent

: Space Hacks

sci-fi comedy about intergalactic reporters, written by Stuart Sumner and Ian Simons , and starring Dan Mersh , Tim Key , Prunella Scales and Dan Tetsell (4/4)

Contributors

Written By: Stuart Sumner
Written By: Ian Simons
Unknown: Dan Mersh
Unknown: Tim Key
Unknown: Prunella Scales
Unknown: Dan Tetsell

: Dalek I Love You Too

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