Nigel Farrell presents six more visits to Bentley, Hampshire. 1: As the guns gather for the last shoot of the season, Tony's thoughts are with daughter Pom, preparing for her trip to Africa.
Meanwhile, all is not well with the village shop.... Producer Chris Paling
Simon Brett returns with diaries for April 16. Dervla Murphy finds herself incapable of coherent speech after one glass of the local hooch in Afghanistan in 1963; Paul Klee finds inspiration in the colours of Tunisia in 1914; in 1815 Benjamin Robert Haydon excitedly describes a "first kiss"; and in 1867 a ménage-àtrois means misery for Richard Wagner. Producer Kate McAII
Mr Lustgarten Falls in Love by Irene Dische.
He's an old Prussian living in a Brooklyn apartment. She, Mrs Kaminska , arrives to look after him. Is it love at first sight? Read by Liza Ross.
Producer Duncan Minshull
The great christening debate.
Written by Sally Wainwright Director Keri Davies
Joining Jonathan Dimbleby to tackle issues raised in Halifax, West Yorkshire are Ian Hay Davison , Chairman of Storehouse pic; Alistair Graham ,
Chairman of the Training and Development Lead
Body; Dawn Primarolo, MP, Opposition Health Spokesperson; and Ann Widdecombe , MP, Social Security Minister. Producer Nadine Grieve
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