by Jan Etherington and Gavin Petrie. Starring James Bolam as Bill and Lynda Bellingham as Faith.
6: Just Managing The last in the series sees new pressures on Bill and Faith's marriage. Producer Paul Schlesinger Stereo
Course leader I Duncan:
with Jenni Murray.
The convent offers safety, routine, tranquillity and identity. So what drives some women to give it all up and make their own way in the world? Former nuns talk to Alison Hilliard.
Serial: Letters from
Howie Firth takes a quizzical look at the far side of science in the company of Steve Jones , Aubrey Manning ,
John Davies and Euan Squires. This week: the fatal attraction of astrology, killer sheep on Foula and new light on the plight of Icarus.
Producer Christopher Lambton Stereo
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John Edgar 's play tells the true story of a celebrated Black Country hero - the Spring Jump Champion of the World.
Director Nigel Bryant Stereo
Simon Rae introduces your poetry requests, with readers Adjoa Andoh and Heather Williams plus guest Jean "Binta" Breeze. Producer Julian Wilkinson
•REQUESTS TO: Poetry Please! BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
Paul Allen reviews the Royal Shakespeare
Company's production of Richard Nelson 's play Columbus; a musical version of Macbeth, From a Jack to a King; plus a round-up of poetry books. Producer Alasdair Cross. Stereo
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by Jim Eldridge.
Starring James Grout as Mr Beeston , the headteacher.
4: Fatal Attraction
"Outrageous fortune" deals a cruel blow to
Mr Sims. Mr Sltazad Iqbal BHASKER
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Mr Holliday, Deputy Head:
Mrs Stone, School Secretary:
Mr Mahmud Iqbal:
Man in pub:
Out of the Midday Sun? Despite the end of the empire and the passing of the Cold War, Britain's desire for a special world role lives on. Peter Hennessy considers whether ambitions are realistic or affordable for a medium-sized nation. Producer Zareer Masani
Bruce Bedford's six-part time-vaulting thriller, set in, and under, Bath.
4: Saul learns the truth about Stonehenge and the fear-instilling Gibson Room , and two cavers push too deep.
Music by Thomas Johnson , realised by Robin Lever. Director Andy Jordan Stereo
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