Introduced by Jenni Murray.
If the battle to save the Agricultural
Wages Board is lost, what will happen to the hundreds of women who work on the land? Cheryl Armitage goes into the fields to find out.
Serial: All the Nice Girls (9)
For details see Monday 19 December
When Byron Redgrave joins an amateur group which specialises in making horror movies, he seems just a little too anxious to get his teeth into things. Anger, however, gives way to fear when the body count starts mounting. Who is sucking blood?
Michael Rosen ends the series with the second part of the Children's Book Quiz recorded at the Cheltenham
Literary Festival. Diane-Louise Jordan and Humphrey Carpenter challenge Jill Murphy and Chris Powling. Producer Jill Burridge
Southampton City Art Gallery has won the National Heritage Museum of the Year Award. Brian Sibley visits this innovative museum that allows local people to curate exhibitions.
Producer Sarah Barnett. Revised rpt 9.30pm
and a sort of miracle on �4th Street! Written by Mark Brisenden , starring Michael Roberts as Groucho Marx and Waldorf T Flywheel, and Frank Lazarus as Chico Marx and Emmanuel Ravelli. With the vocal talents of Graham Hoadly , Vincent Marzello and Lorelei King as all the ladies. Created by Nat Perrin and Arthur Sheekman and written by Mark Brisenden.
Music by David Firman Producer Dirk Maggs
Last in the series about children who have missed what is generally considered a normal childhood.
The Gifted Ones. All over Britain this
Saturday night excited children will be awaiting a visit from Father
Christmas. But what if you're just too clever to join in the fun? For one gifted child at least, Father
Christmas is "just not logical". Sara Parker reports. Producer Ronni Davis
The final classic mystery starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
The Solitary Cyclist. A music teacher is being followed whenever she leaves the house. A shy admirer? Or someone who means her ill?
Pianist Michael Haslam. Violinist Leonard Friedman. Dramatised by Bert Coules Director Patrick Rayner Rpt
by William Boyd , read by Fiona Shaw. 8: "Ian and I are captives of Dr
Amilcar and the 'Atomique Boom'. What will they do to us? Ian thinks we'll never get out of this alive." For details see Monday 19 December
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