A new six-part dramatisation by Eric Pringle vivdly evokes the town and country of Priestley's own youth before the First World War.
2: Gregory is in for a big surprise at Joe Ackworth 's Christmas party.
Music played by Les Brown. Tony Gamage and Laurence Rossi. Producer Adrian Bean
by Maurice Bessman. Final episode of the drama series created by Phil Redmond. Things get hot for Dr Benson when a controversial no smoking policy kindles the interest of the press.
Reps played by Vincent Davies and Janys Chambers Music by Steve Wright. Director Patrick Tucker A Mersey Television Company production
Dr Sam Benson:
Dr Ross Galloway:
Dr Malcolm Holmes:
Professional writers offer anecdotes from their store of memories.
8: Hugh Charles-Jones dreams of an excessively green future which ensures that walkers on the Welsh mountains are kept electronically correct. Producer Louise Greenberg
Brian Sibley reviews Harrison Ford 's film Clear and Present Danger and talks to photographer Don McCullin about the real life stories of conflict portrayed in Sleeping with Ghosts - a Life's Work in Photography.
Producer Abigail Appleton. Revised rpt at 9.30pm
John Waite and his team of investigators peer under offical carpets, behind company smokescreens and through bureaucratic red tape on the trail of your complaints. Editor Graham Ellis
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Repeated tomorrow 9.05am
Professor John Durant looks back at the events that sparked off the great scientific ideas of our time.
2: How observations showed there was a big bang at the start of the universe. Producer Deborah Cohen
Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
George Monbiot travels among some of the most extraordinary people on earth - the Nomads of East Africa.
Rain Pilgrims. God is a blue man who appears to the rain prophet, and without his predictions, the Turkana people would die. Monbiot absorbs nomadic culture, survives being pronounced clinically dead and finds himself at the heart of the last ever graduation ceremony of warriors in the Massai village of Enkaroni. Producer Grant Sonnex
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