The final episode of P G Wodehouse 's comic tale. Starring Richard Briers as Uncle Fred. Narrated by Paul Eddington. The Old School Tie. Plans are complicated by the arrival of the real Major Plank. Dramatised by Richard Usborne. Producer Gareth Edwards
Major Brabazon Plank:
Awake, our souls; away our fears (St Petersburg); Hebrews 12, w 1-6, 11-13; His yoke is easy (Handel, from Messiah); He that is down needs fear no fall (Shepherd Boy's Song). Director of Music Ronald Frost.
Gill Pyrah returns with a new series of the literary panel game. This first edition, concentrating on Irish literature, comes from Trinity College, Dublin, with panelists Anne Enright , Denise Hall , Peter Costello and Eileen Battersby. Producer Gareth Edwards
by Elizabeth Troop. As a child, Kate saw Joan Crawford films. Thirty years on, she has written a film of their war-time life. Doctors played by George Parsons and Paul Panting Nurses played by Nina Wadia and Tina Gray Director Richard Wortley
Gill Pyrah celebrates the 50th anniversary of the liberation of Paris and reads Barbara Anderson 's novel All The Nice Girls. Paul Allen reports from the Edinburgh Festival. Producer Clare McGinn (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
1: Beware the Ides of Masterson. Ancient Rome is the setting for this improvised historical saga. With Josie Lawrence , Phelim McDermott , Paul Merton , Caroline Quentin , Lee Simpson and Jim Sweeney. Producer Phil Clarke
Seven programmes showing how dams reflect the societies surrounding them. 5: Power to the South. The watershed of James Bay , in Northern Quebec, has abundant hydropower, long coveted by the government, but decisions are being made which could have a profound effect on the area. Presented by Noah Richler. Music by Steven Faux. Producer Noah Richler
Jack Trevor Story died in 1991 with more than 400 short stories and 40 novels to his credit. In this 1994 Sony Award-winning documentary, AlastairWilson visits Milton Keynes where Story spent his last years. Producer Alastair Wilson
by Nick Fisher.
3: Timothy Lineham , MP, is the "Lucky
Charm" killer's third victim. A drugs or terrorist connection seems likely. Events take a bizarre turn for Enfield.
With David Jarvis and Tom Bevan. Director Richard Wortley
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