Mr Pink 's Revenge by NICK YAPP
Read by Peter Wheeler
Mr Pink felt he was being swamped. Simon was so overwhelming, so in control. It was like going to the quack, all cheery and patronising. And the fact that Simon was so well-meaning made it much, much worse.'
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
Introduced by Sue MacGregor
Do You Know Britaint : SONIA BEESLEY visits the Kingdom of Fife.
A Way of Living: MARTHA PATRICK tells JILL COCHRANE why she is a Buddhist. Talking Point: opinions and ideas....
How to Organise a Street Party: RON ALLDRIDGE finds out what you should know if you are celebrating ' that wedding ' with music and dancing in the streets.
Tolstoy Remembered (2)
Suddenly by DAVID MARSHALL
An up-market couple, Tom and Jean, continue their black comedy adventures with a down-market couple, Liz and Paul (who were first introduced last month in Towards the Sunset Coast).
Tom is still suffering from middle-aged angst as well as recovering from his heart attack ...
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY
(Postponed from 25 June)
Anglomanie John Julius Norwich narrates the fourth of six programmes looking at Britain and its inhabitants through the writings of foreigners who have visited us through the centuries. Readers
CRAWFORD LOGAN and JOHN WEBB Written by MARY ANNE EVANS
Producer BRIAN COOK
A four-part series which builds up a picture of the deep-rooted effect that the places we live in have on our state of mind and our pattern of life.
3: Round the Village Green
' I think Ilmington is a proper sort of village. Old-fashioned to a townee perhaps, because people in towns seem to think that all villages are terribly backward and that nothing much happens and it's all terribly dull - and they couldn't be more wrong, in my view.' Producer
Desmond Hawkins explores, in six programmes, the ways in which some British poets have responded to the sea's moods, legends and challenges. 3: Beside the Seaside Readers PAULINE WYNN and Douglas LEACH
Producer BRIAN PATTEN BBC Bristol
by BERNARD SHAW with David Suchet and Paola Dionisotti The year is 1796. A mysterious lady arrives at an inn in Northern Italy. Romance and intrigue follow as the beautiful stranger is drawn into a battle of wits with Napoleon Bonaparte , the Man of Destiny.
Directed by PAT TRUEMAN
Tonight, in the last of the series, Professor Alan Gemmell visits the gardens of Pusey House, which was built in 1748. In the grounds some of the magnificent trees are probably as old as the ouseitself.However, the modern gardens have reallybeencreatedby the present owners, Mr and Mrs Michael Hornby, who continue to develop and create their gardens with a care and commitment that is obvious to all who visit Pusey. BBC Scotland
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