Sandy Mitchell goes to sea with both the Navy and trawlermen to investigate the current state of the fishing industry. Producer Tim Finney
with James Whitbourn and his guest. Producer
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with John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor.
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Packaging Paradise. In the last of the series Dilly Barlow goes on a travel brochure shoot in Greece.
Producer Hilary McLennan
Ballroom Dancing. Maureen Lipman finishes her investigation of the British at play. Producer Karen Waiker
2: In the Pink. Vivian White finds out how painful it can be in the front line of environmental politics from businessmen who are being forced to clean up rivers they have dyed pink. Producer Sue Davies
Producer Tony Grant
3: A Slice of the Action. There's been an avalanche of companies looking for new capital via a Stock Market listing. But is it really possible foryouas an investor to get a slice of the action? Roger White and a small investor find out.
Producer Ann Gilmartin
2099 - truly a year to remember. Comedian Hugh Dennis joins the team for the last in the blisteringly funny series. Starring Kate Robbins and Brian Perkins.
How successful is the government in helping people find real jobs? Donald MacCormick chairs a discussion from
Gwent College of Higher Education in South Wales.
3: Signed, Sealed, Delivered. Katie and friends sift through some promising replies to the personal column advert. Producer Sara Conkey
Guy Meredith 's play is set in post-war Germany where Langley, a young English officer, has been posted to organise the coal industry in a remote area. Before the war, Erdmann, who is in charge of the mine, was a distinguished scientist. And we discover that Langley's mission is actually more to do with Erdmann's past than his present.
With Julian Rhind Tutt. Director Cherry Cookson
Inthe last of the series, Charles Simon , the final Dr Dale, remembers the golden days of seaside song plugging at Blackpool. Producer Matt Thompson
Why is the Worcestershire Black Pear important? It has symbolic value as part of the old Worcestershire's county heritage, but it has a greater importance. The loss of the pear tree would represent the loss of unique genetic information, and that is true of many fruits, vegetables and farm animals. John Slater tells a fruity tale.
Presented by Alun Lewis.
Producer Richard Aedy
Terry Dignan reports in the last of the investigative series.
5: Not Just Jam and Jerusalem. Elizabeth Southey on the impact of the Women's Institute.
Producer Gavin McCarthy
Twenty-five minutes of sketches by Belfast's Sony Award-winning Hole in the Wail Gang as they mark the 25th anniversary of the Troubles.
What makes the tramways of Melbourne so special - the conductors' cabaret or the tramworkers' love of their trams?
Carry on Collecting?
This summer, private collections - from egg timers and button hooks to African textiles and pinball machines - go on display at over 40 British museums. Nigel Barley invites some of the collectors and curators to discuss the role of museums: what should they be collecting now?
Producer Robyn Read
by Roderick Graham.
By way of an annual thank-you, the manufacturing firm of Waterton's traditionally gives its Board of Management a free weekend jaunt abroad. This year, the outing is to Bruges.
With Susannah Corbett and Gavin Muir
Director Tracey Neale
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Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors
Led by Rev Keith Clements.
Paul Boateng , MP, discusses the lighter side of history with his guests Sir Roy Strong , Gillian Reynolds , Trevor Philips and Michael Wood.
Producer Kathy Smith
Les Woodland investigates I improbable characters and their bizarre leanings.
1: The Man Who Loved Motorways. Norman Clay built a motorway in his back garden - complete with crash barriers and a tea um in a shed christened "Scratchwood Services".
Producer Wendy Pilmer
with the actor Christopher Lee.
Dr Peggy Reynolds explores the power of erotic writing and talks to writers Liz Lochhead , Grace Nichols and Gavin Ewart. Producer Sara Conkey