Colin Watson 's six-part serial about vice and violence in the Peaceful market town of Flaxborough. Is someone white-slaving nuns? Ifthey're nude how do you know they're members of an order? Dramatised by Christopher Denys Director Tony Cliff
Brian Johnston umpires another test of wits. Taking the crease: Tim Rice and Willie Rushton. With Bill Franklyn and Rachael Heyhoe Flint. From Stoke D'Abernon Cricket Club, Surrey. Producer Jon Magnusson
David Mellor gives his guests the opportunity to sound off. This week includes scientist Colin Blakemore on philistinism, musician Pat Kane against relentless humour and journalist Bea Campbell on the myth of the underclass. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Paul Allen reviews the musical Forever Plaid, goes to Northern Ballet's new Cinderella, and talks to Peter Hall who has just published his autobiography.
Producer Neil Trevithick (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by Alison Leonard.
"Mummy could have had friends. She could have kept Daddy. But all she wanted was Maria and me. And now that she was ill, the good girl, came home. Read by Elizabeth Morgan. Producer Caroline Sarll
A A series of amusing lectures whereby entertainer Mr Hardy lays down his hot comedy thang.
1 How to Stay Alive for as Long as You Possibly Can. With Debbie Isitt and Stephen Frost.
A Pozzitive Production
The first part of Bernard Kops 's five-part serial.
1956. In the big world is the Suez crisis, but Simon is about to run away to Soho. with Peter Acre
Director Alan Drury
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