Starring Maurice Denham as the doyen of Prior's Health Golf Club, in stories by P G Wodehouse.
1: A Mixed Threesome. With Robert Bathurst , Helen Atkinson-Wood , Jon Glover and Alan Thompson. Dramatised by Edward Taylor and Michael Pomton. Producer Edward Taylor
by Jonathan Smith.
4: If I'm Honest. While
Dr Patrick Balfour is away giving his high-profile speech at the Headmaster's conference, two boys hack the computer system - the system
Patrick has been using for intensely private as well as public record. Director Shaun MacLoughlin
From the Cheltenham Literary
Festival, Michael Rosen presents the first of a two-part Children's Book quiz. Who lived with Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker? Who said "Time for a little something" and who got posted to California? Diane-Louise Jordan and Humphrey Carpenter do battle with Jill Murphy and Chris Powling. Producer Jill Burridge
by George Wheeler.
Old George was, to put it mildly, sartorially challenged as they say nowadays. Irrespective of occasion or protocol.... Old George stubbornly rejoiced in just two styles of attire. He either dressed up - or dressed down. There was no in between. No compromise.
Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
The further adventures of J B Morton's characters, starring Richard Ingrams , John Wells , John Sessions , Joan Sims , Patricia Routledge ,
Brian Bowles , Simon Greenall and Henrietta Garden , and featuring June Whitfield and the silken tones of Brian Perkins. Adapted for radio by Mike Barfield with Richard Ingrams. Producer Harry Thompson
Afive-part series about children who have missed what is generally considered a normal childhood.
4: No Time to Play. "You can't put an old head on young shoulders" - so the saying goes. But for thousands of children in Britain caring for an ailing parent, that's exactly what they have to do. Sara Parker reports. Producer Ronni Davis
Four classic mysteries starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
A child's scribble brings tragedy to an old Norfolk family.
Elsie Cubitt ,:
Last of Nigel Fountain's explorations of post-war cultural phenomena.
Thomson's Folly. In 1962 Roy Thomson created the Sunday Times colour supplement, and thereby launched a national weekend institution.
Journalists past and present reflect on this ever-growing market. Repeated from Friday
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