by Elizabeth Ryan.
Oxford undergraduate and gardening enthusiast Megan falls in love with the unsuitable Johnny. She is delighted to discover Johnny's father is a TV gardening show personality, but Johnny grows jealous.
Director Michael Fox
Paul Allen reviews a new play from Brian Friel , Wonderful Tennessee, directed by Patrick Mason at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin. Also Oleanna by David Mamet at The Royal Court.
Producer Myfanwy Vickers (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by Carmel Bird.
Eyes are Harry Stone 's profession, the camera is his hobby, and Bethany is his heart's desire. But when the three are mixed, the result is alarming. Read by Christian Rodska. Producer Pat Pryor
Sitcom for the 90s starring Nick Revell , Alistair McGowan and Doon Mackichan. 5: The Promised Land. Nick is flown out to Hollywood to discuss a script, first class and all expenses paid. Surely there must be a catch.
Producer Jon Magnusson
The last of six portraits of the radio famous.
Louis MacNeice : A Poet at the BBC. The poet Louis MacNeice was also a producer in the legenday BBC Features Department for more than 20 years. Humphrey Carpenter investigates the life of the author of The Dark Tower and Christopher Columbus. Producer Fiona McLean
Now What, Chancellor?
The economy hovers between recession and recovery, there are issues of budgetary balance to be settled, and the questions of E R M membership and a European single currency are waiting in the wings. Peter Jay chairs a discussion analysing the problems involved in steering the economy through the 90s. Producer David Levy
Last of a four-part dramatisation of Peter Turnbull 's novel.
Donoghue has enough evidence to arrest Stein - but he doesn't appearto be in the city. Louise wants to make a statement.
Dramatised by Stephen Mulrine Director Hamish Wilson
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