starring Richard Ingrams as Beachcomber
John Wells as Prodnose Patricia Routledge and John Sessions as a host of other characters. More nonsense from the great J. B. MORTON 'S column.
Lady Cabstanleigh holds a party, Mrs McGurgle gets into an argument, Chief Insp Blunderton follows up a few leads, and Justice Cocklecarrot has to contend with the antics of the Filthistan trio. Adapted by MICHAEL BARFIELD
With RICHARD INGRAMS.
Announcer BRIAN PERKINS Producer HARRY THOMPSON Stereo
Gordon Brown , mp Alex Salmond , mp
Sir George Young , mp and Katharine Whitehorn. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
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adapted by MARTYN READ from DALE WASSERMAN 'S stage version of KEN KESEY 'S novel. With and Committed to a mental institution in 50s America, the rebellious and somewhat psychopathic
R. P. McMurphy confronts the harsh, unforgiving discipline of Nurse Ratched.
Directed by DAVID HTTCHINSON (A BBC World Service Drama production) Stereo
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4.30 When in Italy A five-part guide. 3: L'italiano Is it more important to know the language or the people? DENISE DE ROME examines the grammar of Italian daily life.
5.00 Spring Into Summer In the third of six programmes, DR ALAN MARYON DAVIS joins BARRY TOOK at his local golf course. BBC Pebble Mill
5.30 A Woman's Work A five-part series.
3: Best of Both Worlds? Interviews by SARAHCURTis
Who, Me? by MICHAEL DAVIES.
Maggy finds another woman's handbag on the floor of her husband's car.
Directed by GERRY JONES Stereo
A Spectre of Treason Written and produced by DAVID HAGGIE. With Sam Dastor Maurice Denham
Ian Targett , Richard Tate Joan Walker and Geoffrey Whitehead.
William in was crowned in April 1689. In the six months since his landing at Torbay, he had mounted a brilliant propaganda campaign. Additional research by CHRIS BOWLBY. Stereo
Four adventures of a communist football club, starring Alexei Sayle. 3: Apocalypse Des
Where better to go for a sunny pre-cup-final break than newly-communist
El Telvador ? Anywhere, if Des Frankly is interpreter. So begins a terrifying journey into the very heart of darkness itself.
Written by MARCUS BERKMANN and the producer
HARRY THOMPSON. Stereo
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