Following a group of market-goers who, by continuing a 700-year-old tradition of visiting the weekly mart in the Derbyshire town of Bakewell, make their own contribution to this traditional part of life in the Peak District. Producer Malcom Brammar Repeated Sunday at 5.00pm
David Marshall 's farce for radio follows the dilemma of Jack and Jill when their home is invaded late one night by a troublesome burglar and a policewoman moonlighting as a social worker.
Director Richard Wortley
To mark the centenary of the birth of Sir Malcolm Sargent on 29 April, Richard Baker talks to Sargent's former secretary Sylvia Darley and to writer and critic Arthur Jacobs. Producer Ray Abbott
Repeated Saturday at 11.00pm
Christopher Lee 's six-part drama series about parliamentarians in and away from the corridors of power. 2:
"You have no ambition, Charles. Your next stop's the Lords. Mine's a much more interesting place...."
Producer Neil Cargill Rpt
Presented by Peter White.
News, views and information for people with a visual handicap. Producer Dave Harvey
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HANDBOOK: £17.95, from [address removed]
Herring. In the second of five programmes, Derek Cooper travels to Mallaig, the old herring capital of Europe, to discover that there is more to the silver darlings than rollmops and kippers. Producer Min Raisman
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