Modem Nature. Romney Marsh , despite being almost entirely man-made, is delicately balanced. Photographer Fay Godwin looks at the threat of "modern nature" and "modern man" on the area. Producer Kerry McGeever Repeated Sunday at 5.00pm
The search for Britain's brightest pub quiz team reaches a climax today as two of Britain's top teams do battle to decide who will become It's Your
Round champion 1994.
The announcer is Alex Lester.
Producer Phil Bowker
by Berlie Doherty.
Vistors from England stir up old memories for Joe. His family want him to stay in New York, but, after 50 years, maybe it's time he went home. Read by Harry Towb.
Producer Rosemary Watts Rpt
by Tony Bagley. The continuing story of an untalented fantasist with big ideas. Starring Martin Clunes as Roy and Geraldine James as Jane.
5. Roy Hitchcock has surprisingly managed to interest television in his video diary. Should he now become celibate in order to be an artist of integrity? Meanwhile, Jane resolves to remain celibate - at least as far as Colin Say 's romantic intentions are concerned.
Music by Julian Wastall
Producer Paul Schlesinger
Each year in this country there are
100,000 suicide attempts, of which 95,000 will fail. Tom Robinson talks to survivors about their experiences and how they coped with the challenges posed by their survival. Producer Cathy Drysdale
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Spas and George Bernard Shaw.
Mary Queen of Scots and Harry
Champion ... all ingredients in that rich mixture that is British heritage, and all grist to Sue MacGregor 's mill, as she quizzes panellists
Christopher Cook , Timothy Clifford ,
Philippa Gregory and Margaret Rule in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Repeated from Friday
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