Aneight-part series on life in one of Britain's largest hospitals - Walsgrave Hospital in Coventry.
6: A 35-year-old man is called in for a kidney transplant operation, and Dr Anantt Patel saves the life of a heart-attack victim.
Producers Sarah Rowlands and Brian King
First in a new series of this award-winning comedy by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. Bill returns on a flying visit from his new job in Germany, hoping for a quiet weekend with Faith. Hannah and Liza ensure it is anything but romantic.
Producer Paul Schlesinger Stereo
Another edition of the literary quiz, chaired by Gill Pyrah , with a collection of guests from the world of writing including Michael Dibdin , Nigel Williams , Sue Limb and Alan Plater.
Producer Gareth Edwards
This year is the 50th anniversary of the American entry into the Second World War, and all over eastern England nostalgic Americans are returning to revisit their bases.
Margaret Stewart 's play concerns the story of one of those men and an English doctor who was a small boy in 1942. Both men, unknown to each other, return to
Lincolnshire to revive old memories, and find instead the ghosts of their unfinished relationships.
Director Sue Wilson
Paul Allen , live from the Library Theatre in Sheffield, discusses the challenge of introducing the arts to children and young people, with contributions from a panel including writers
Berlie Doherty and Barry Hines , poet Ian McMillan , singer Roy Bailey , broadcaster
Rony Robinson , pupils and teachers from local schools and members of the audience.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Another chance to enjoy the slightly budget
Laughing Through the Depression edition of your favourite weekly.
With Julian Dutton , Peter Baynham ,
Alistair McGowan , Mary Elliot -Nelson and Bryonie Pritchard.
Producer Sarah Smith Stereo
Four programmes about people returning to places where they have lived in the past, which have profoundly influenced their lives.
From Brixton to
Johannesburg: Drummond Cuthbert travels back to the northern suburbs of his South African youth and to the memory of his father, a distinguished surgeon who took his own life when Drummond was
13 years old.
Producer Nigel Acheson Stereo
Down to Business
What exactly does British business want from the government? As the leadership changes at the CBI and the DTI, David Walker asks whether we are entering a new phase of cosy corporatism. Producer Simon Coates
Jules Verne 's classic story, dramatised in four episodes by Terry James , with Leslie Phillips as Phileas Fogg ,
Jim Broadbent as Sergeant Fix, Yves Aubert as Passepartout and Diana Quick as Princess Aouda. 3: The Missing Acrobat Fogg fights a duel.
Music: Wilfredo Acosta
Director Janet Whitaker
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