A six-part dramatisation of Barbara Pym 's sequel to the recently broadcast Crampton Hodnet. 1: A Casserole of Hearts. It is and the fearsome Miss Doggett and her mousy companion Jessie Morrow are now settled in the country. dramatised by Elizabeth Proud Producer Sioned Wiliam
Another chance to hear Chris Kelly 's series of spoof documentaries.
1: The Bishop. Starring Rupert Graves. Why was Bishop Ronald Millikin one of Chris Kelly 's heroes? Was it his piety or his interpretation of the Ibw laws?
Contributiors include Derek Nimmo , Russell Davies , Anna Raebum and Brian Bowles. Producer Hany Thompson
A dramatisation of Elizabeth Lemarchand 's novel by Brian Miller.
Inspector Pollard and Detective Sergeant Toye team up to solve a murder.
With Rachel Atkins , Vivienne Rochester. Oona Beeson , Teresa Gallagher , Philip Anthony. Malcolm Ward , Peter Kenny , Colin Pinney and Paul Panting. Director Enyd Williams
Imp Tom Pollard:
Det Sgt Toye:
5: In 1916 Irish patriot Sir Roger Casement was hanged for treason. A plea for mercy failed after pages from his private diary seemed to reveal that he was homosexual. Rosin McAuley considers the implications of this document. Producer Nigel Acheson
Paul Allen reveals the winners of the Radio 4 Young Critics of the Yearawards. Anne Karpf , one of the judges, previews the best of Christmas television and radio; and there's a review of Peter Pan by the Black Theatre of Prague.
Producer Razia Iqbal (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
As ever more Japanese companies open for business in Britain, how should would-be employees prepare? One group of engineering students is trying to learn the language, but will that help them? Peter Harrison presents his guide to the people who laugh a lot but can't tell a joke, and who always say "yes" but often mean "no".
Producer Ian Bell
ABallofFun by Jennifer Phillips , starring Gary Waldhorn as Eddie and Harriet Walter as Angela.
On Christmas Day the crew are unexpectedly joined by a dead body.
With Anne Stallybrass , Norman Jones , Neil Dudgeon , Mary Wimbush , Paul Gregory , Terence Edmond , Jon Strickland and Frances Jeater.
Director Richard Wortley
Eight-part dramatisation of Graham Greene 's novel, starring Michael Kitchen as Brown, with James Maxwell as Smith and Helen Horton as Mrs Smith.
2: Brown comes home to an unexpected reunion, and to the realities of life in Haiti. Producer John Fawcett Wilson
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