Comedy drama series created by Jim Eldridge. Starring Karl Howman as Mr Sims and James Grout as Mr Beeston , the Head Teacher.
2:Settling In.In the music room Mrs Rudd discovers more than music emerging from her piano.
Written by Ivan Shakespeare Producer John Fawcett Wilson
First broadcast on 27 April 1994, the day of the South African elections, Matthew Solon 's play is the story of the mixed-race Mabuza-McCleod family, exiled in London. The end of apartheid and the dawn of democracy in South Africa throws up a dilemma: should they return home? The sequel, Post-Election Lives, can be heard tomorrow at 2.00pm.
Director John Dryden Rpt
Brian Sibley sees the week's film releases including the new Anthony Hopkins film Legends of the Fall, a frontier film with everything from love to bear-shooting.
Producer Helen Garrison. Revised rpt 9.30pm
by Sylvia Watanabe. "In a little over an hour, the Honolulu bishop's wife would be flying in from the capital to interview the girl for the Buddhist Mission's annual college scholarship." Read by Heather Emmanuel. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
Six-part comedy drama series by Christopher Fitz-Simon set in Ballylenon, Co Donegal, in 1953. 4: The gloves are off in the battle to bring the opera festival to Killycromper Hall.
Music by Stephanie Hughes
Director Eoin O'Callaghan Rpt
Five mysteries starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson. 4: The Six Napoleons
With John Church. Matthew Morgan and John Fleming. Violinist Leonard Friedman. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Director Patrick Rayner Rpt
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