The first in a new series reflecting Dig aays in people's lives. Where Are the Mushy Peas? Harry Ramsden 's fish and chip shop near Leeds is the biggest in the world. Now the firm is opening a restaurant at Heathrow. Reporters Neil Walker and David Clayton go behind the scenes to record the tension of the opening day. Producer Glyn Jones
A five-part dramatisation of Agatha Christie 's novel. 3: Carlotta Adams has become the second murder victim, even though it looks as if she might have been involved in the death of Lord Edgware.
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams. Stereo
Duke of Merton:
Sir Montagu Corner:
Three programmes about people revisiting places where they have lived in the past and which have influenced their lives.
1: Liz In the mid 70s, Liz Moloney was living in a Fulani compound in the hills of North-West Cameroon, as one of the four wives of a man called Anugu. After his tragic early death, Liz came back to England. Now she is reunited with her African family for the first time in ten years. Producer Nigel Acheson
Mark Steyn recalls the singing of Dinah
Washington; and visits the new exhibition, Sovereign, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Queen's accession to the throne.
Producer Anthony Denselow Stereo
Sleeping, Walking by Greg Snow.
Something turns up, very unexpectedly. And no one believes Grace when she says she found it in the washing machine....
Read by Haydn Gwynne. Producer Duncan Minshull
Four programmes in which Dr David Cook discusses a medical dilemma with the people to whom it matters most - the doctor and the patient. 1: A lady who's been paralysed for 7 years, is unable to talk and is fed through the nose. Her daughter and her doctor disagree about her quality of life. Is she being condemned to live? Producer Alison Bogle
Presented by Peter Day.
It's dark, you are cold and damp, sheltering as best you can under some plastic sheeting. But this is not some army exercise - just part of the very latest in management training. From assault courses to role-playing, such training is now big business. But how useful is it, and which approach really challenges your executives' way of thinking?
Producer Tim Bowler
Six features by Edward Blishen.
2: Enter Stage Right a Magician
Post-war Britain, muffled, rationed and cold, was in need of a tonic: it administered the 1945 General Election, austerity and the Festival of Britain, but was still feeling a bit peaky when suddenly laughter could be heard - the Goons had arrived.
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