1: Lister Avenue, Doncaster, South Yorkshire. The nation already knows Lister Avenue in Doncaster. The street is the setting for Ronnie Barker 's long-running comedy Open All Hours. The reality is more surprising. Tony Wilkinson spends a week discovering an oasis of traditional values in the heart of the worst crime area in South Yorkshire. A Tony Wilkinson production
There's egg on Nigel and Richard's faces.
Written by Mick Martin. Directed by Keri Davies
Producer Vanessa Whitbum
A Grenadian Poet Goes to the Faroes. When
Merle Collins first came to Britain from her native Grenada, the shipping forecast reminded her of home. Hearing of the weather around the Faroe Islands reminded her of the Faroes' struggle for independence from Denmark. Inajoumey of self-discovery, she follows the Gulf Stream from the Caribbean to the islands of the midnight sun. Producer Mary Ward Lowery
Last year they demolished the I NHS - now doctors
Phil Hammond and Tony Gardner sharpen their scalpels to present their own four-part satirical view of the "Ages of Man". 1: The Infant and Whining Schoolboy. With Joanna Brookes and Tom Berrington.
Producer Jon Magnusson
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