Jasrah Goes to Cowes. Following the crew of the yacht Jasrah as they attend Cowes week for seven days of yachting.
7.15 Trafford Park. Ray Gosling takes a personal look at the history of Trafford Park industrial estate in Manchester.
Following last week's broadcast of Ian Curteis's Falklands Play, a chance to see this tragi-comic drama, first shown in 1992, based on the first two days of the Falklands Conflict. On the night of 1 April 1982, 2000 Argentinian troops land on the Falkland Islands, catching the Governor and the few dozen Royal Marines stationed off guard, while some islanders think the invasion is an April Fools' joke. Starring Ian Richardson, Rosemary Leach and Bob Peck.
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