4/5. Dr Harrison informs the Rev Hutton of his intentions towards Sophie in order to begin a formal courtship. Starring Judi Dench and Philip Glenister.
First shown on BBC1 PROGRAMME GUIDE: www.radiotimes.com/cranford
4/6. Julia Bradbury follows in guidebook writer Alfred Wainwright 's footsteps and treks across Swaledale, the 22-mile stretch of Yorkshire that fascinated the fell walker with its landscape and history. Shown last Thursday
3/4. The story of wheat farming in Britain and how the country became self-sufficient in bread making after the Second World War, told through the home movie archives of three wheat-farming families. Shown last Wednesday
New. Gavin Pretor-Pinney , author of international bestseller The
Cloudspotter's Guide, presents this documentary investigating the science, meteorology and mythology associated with clouds. See panel. How to spot a pileus cloud: page 26
& 2/12; series one. Jemaine and Iret go to a party at a friend's house. Faced with dire financial circumstances, the duo are forced to look for employment. Then when Bret gets a job holding signs, he has no time for the band. Continues tomorrow at
12 midnight. See panel.
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