P C Wren's classic Foreign Legion adventure. 1: A curious tale from Fort Zinderneuf, and three little boys' fascination with Viking funerals. Dramatised by Greg Snow. Director Adrian Bean
Henri de Beaujolais:
In Mary Halpin 's gripping drama it is a question of "Physician, heal thyself - but at what cost when professional and personal concerns become dangerously entangled, with the deadliest of consequences?
Director Michael Quinn
Dr Emma Parker:
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More comedy in phase two of the much-acclaimed series in which Mr Hardy wades gingerly through the stinking and polluted foam of contemporary issues. Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy. Producer David Tyler. A Pozzitive production
5: Getting Their Own Back. Aniva Gold remembers the large office block in central Berlin which housed her grandfather's thriving fur business in the 1920s. Now her family has assembled a dossier of documents to support their claim that the building was forcibly sold in 1936, under a regime which targeted Jewish property. Roisin McAuley investigates. Producer Nigel Acheson
Where Have All the Leaders Gone?
Denys Blakeway examines the crisis in political authority and asks whether effective leadership is still possible in an era of media sound-bites and constant opinion polls.
Producer Nicola Meyrick. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
A six-part series by Steve Walker , with Donald Pleasence as Chaf.
5:The Sleepless Chaffinch. Chaf finds a nephew who has undergone a sleep vaporising operation.
Theme song sung by Nicholas Boulton and Peter Kenny. Music arranged and performed by Neil Brand. Director Eoin O'Callaghan
Charlotte's third husband:
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