"From Bideford Bay to Morwenna's Rocks there is a Land out of Time...." A look at the lives, past and present, of the inhabitants of the beautiful but treacherous coastline of North Devon and Cornwall. Narrated by JossAckland. Written by Michael Byrne Producer Kerry McGeever
This week, Peter White and the team travel to Batley, West Yorkshire, where the Halfway House do battle with the Babes in the Wood in the third quarter-final of the search to find Britain's brightest pub quiz team. Producer Phil Bowker
The second of two plays specially written for Patricia Hayes by John Antrobus. For her part in this intriguing, bizarre comedy, Patricia Hayes won the Best Actress Award at the International Ostankino
Festival, held in Russia in May 1994. The scene is a housing estate, somewhere in London ...
Director Martin Jenkins
I by Tony Bagley. The return of the comedy drama that mixes fantasy with reality. Starring Martin Clunes as Roy Hitchcock , Geraldine James as Jane Gallaghan and Nicky Henson as Chad Mann.
On the down side, Roy has lost his job as journalist, blown his chance of romance with Jane and is about to have his house repossessed. But just when he thought it was safe to retreat into self-pity and fantasies about The Archers, help comes from an unexpected quarter.
Music by Julian Wastall. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Andrew Duncan discovers the real Geraldine James SEE FEATURE page 24
Michael O'Donnell returns with four portraits exploring the dynamics of family life.
1: Eve Animashaun and Tom Charnock.
Eve and Tom got married in the RAF- he was a driver, she did catering. When their twin boys were born, they had different colour skins and equal love. And then the marriage began to crack.... Producers Joy Hatwood and Joanna Rahim
Each week. a different presenter introduces an anthology on a theme of their choice.
3: The Irrevocable. Marcella Evaristi cogitates on that moment when the door clicks shut behind you. No going back: love and embarrassment; birth and faith; hairdressers and death.
Producer Amanda Mares
News. views and information for people with a visual handicap.With Peter White. Producer Dave Harvey
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