Death brings bureaucracy - at a time when we are least equipped to deal with it.
Martyn Lewis explores what has to be done in the first few days after a death, including the planning of a funeral. Many people see funerals as something to be endured, but they are an important part of the grieving process and can be made occasions that will become good memories. Director Moira Kean
Series producer Helen Alexander
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A six-part drama series. Fourteen-year-old Davy
Price is sent to stay with his grandparents in Wales.
There he discovers that he has a frightening power known as the Gift.
Original novel by Peter Dickinson Adapted by Anthony Horowitz Music by Michael Storey
Photography by Jason Lehel Producer Linda James Directors Marc Evans and Red Saunders
A Red Rooster Films production for BBCtv
One in eight couples find they are unable to have children of their own, but their desire to raise a family is strong. What should they do? Healthy British babies available for adoption are hard to find, so is the answer to adopt a baby from abroad? Is it fair to the child to remove it from its own background? Theo Sowa has been spending time with couples as they search for a child.
With John Humphrys. Producer Anne Gregory Editor Anne Tyerman
Griff Rhys Jones in the UK
Five programmes reporting on how your donations to Comic Reliefs 1989
Red Nose Day appeal are being spent.
2: Tonight, Griff Rhys Jones makes a lightning tour of the UK by train visiting some of the 250 projects your money has helped over the past year. Plus a not-to-be-missed original comedy sketch. Producer Catrine Clay
(Victoria Wood in Ethiopia tomorrow at 9.30pm)
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The Last Resort
Sheila has to take the decision whether or not to have a brain operation for her depression. She knows there are no guarantees it will work - but it might.
More than 20 years ago she was eagerly expecting the birth of a child. The birth was normal but Sheila suffered a severe postnatal depression which eventually progressed to a seemingly incurable deep depression. After many years of enduring every form of treatment, none of which worked, Sheila was offered the last resort - surgery on her brain.
Series editor David Filkin Producer Alan Hack t ROGER WODDIS : page 75
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Introduced by Steve Rider. International Football Highlights of tonight's match from Wembley between England (World Cup winners 1966) and Brazil (World Cup winners 1958, 1962 and 1970). This is the 15th time they have met, the current record stands at
England two wins, Brazil seven wins and five draws.
Commentator: John Motson with Trevor Brooking. International Cricket
Highlights of the final day of the Third Test between
England and the West Indies from Trinidad.
A report from the final qualifying stages of this year's World Championship plus the draw for the first round live.
Plus features, news and full results service.
Football John Shrewsbury Cricket TWI
Producer Vivien Kent Editor Brian Barwick
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