Concluding the eight-part series about life at Birmingham International Airport. 8: Passengers face delays after a luggage truck collides with an aircraft. Local residents protest about engine noise. There are rumours that a major airline is to pullout of the airport- and a doctor hyperventilates. Producers Brian King and Sarah Rowlands
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Ashmead's Kernel, Lord Lambourne, D'Arcy Spice-is the traditional apple really undergoing a revival? Simon Parkes reports. Serial: Where the Apple Ripens (2) Producer Sally Feldman
by David Joss Buckley.
Third in a six-part drama series created by Phil Redmond. Dr Ros Galloway 's approach to sex education raises eyebrows.
Reps played by Janys Chambers and Vincent Davies Music by Steve Wright. Director Patrick Tucker A Mersey Television Company production
Dr Sam Benson:
Dr Ros Galloway:
Dr Malcolm Holmes:
Three professional writers offer anecdotes from their store of memories.
5: Hugh Charles-Jones goes broke and embarks on yet another career, this time as a runner for the antiques trade. Producer Louise Greenberg
Pat Barker 's Booker-nominated novel The
Eye at the Door is out in paperback, and Mike Nichols ' film Wolfis released, starring Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Producer Adrian Washboume (Revised repeat 9.30pm)
Reporter David Wright meets Australians with a quest.
2: Nearly 100 years after the gold rush came to an end in the State of Victoria, a nurse, a factory worker and an odd-job man are busy hacking away at the rock. sure of one day finding a gold-laden reef. A Revolution Recordings production
If your teenage daughter or son seems to inhabit another planet, here's your chance to bridge the communications gap by tapping into the feelings and views of our "expert" young panel. Mediated by Richard Jobson.
Producer Clare Csonka. LINES OPEN at 7.00pm
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