A second series of Simon Brett's comedy drama. Starring Rosemary Leach as Anna, Nicola Pagett as her sister Victoria and Josie Lawrence as her other sister Charlotte. Frail Memorials. A memorial service provides the backdrop to some sisterly sparring - and the perfect opportunity for Charlotte to do an audition. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Emma Kingsley looks at the work of the 12th-century composer and mystic, Abbess Hildegard of Bingen.
Serial: Jasmine by Bharati Mukherjee , read in 12 episodes by Souad Faress. Jane Ripplemeyer lives in America, but once she was Jhoti/Jasmine in India. Abridged by Meg Clarke
Music: Howard Blake 's Piano Concerto
by Harry Quinn and Colin Douglas.
Heather and Fraser meet for the first time outside school in the out-patients' clinic of their local hospital. Over the next year of treatment, Heather gently teaches Fraser to cope with the reality he has been trying so hard to avoid....
Director Hamish Wilson
A six-part series by colin McLaren.
Three centuries of English family life told through diaries and letters. Interpreting the material are historians Ralph Houlbrooke , Linda Pollock and Roy Porter. Narration by Lesley Dunlop. 1: The Great Perils of Childbirth
Fiddle music by Rosemary Fumiss Producer Louise Purslow
The Marchioness Grey and her daughters:
Seven traditional stories of love, magic and mystery. With Derek Jacobi as the King and Carolyn Backhouse as Shahrazad. 4: The Ninth Pedestal. A prince inherits eight priceless statues. But the ninth is missing, and will equal the value of all the others, and more besides...
Music: Sue Harris and Steafan Hannigan Adapted by Colin Haydn Evans Director Nigel Bryant
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