Second episode of Lucy Flannery 's sitcom about local government. With a monster raving loony as mayor, and the Labour Party in control after years of Tory rule, Chesbury is feeling a hurricane of change. With
Nelson David , John Duttine , James Grout , Rosy Fordham, Nick Hardy , Howard Lew
Lewis, Toby Longworth , Jan Ravens ,
Vivienne Rochester and June Whitfield. Producer Liz Anstee
A two-part play telling the true story of 19th-century heroine Caroline Norton. 2: Caroline has separated from her abusive husband at the cost of losing her children. Ten years later, she is still fighting to clear her name over the scandal caused by her friendship with the Prime Minister.
Written by Gillian Bevan , Helen Kluger and Tessa Peake-Jones
A Tight Assets Theatre production
Children's book historian Brian Alderson and bookseller Jean Hedgerjoin
Michael Rosen at the Hay Festival to value children's books of the past which listeners have kept and treasured. Producer Jill Burridge
by Grace Wynn-Jones. Going to the concert that night, Edmund's wife was composed. After 20 years as the fluent hostess who charmed her husband's clients, her conversation moved easily from pate to Rachmaninov. But no one had told her about the Frenchman, and how much can happen in the Interval. Read by Alexandra Bastedo. Producer Mairi Russell
Johnny Vaughan asks the questions scientists and technologists would rather not answer. Today he tries to find out why, despite computers the size of office blocks and armies of forecasters, we still can't predict the weather.
A Union Pictures production. Rptd Sun 9.30pm
Ben Moor 's comedy of connections narrated by Oliver Postgate.
4: The Zoo. Today's programme traces the links between hurdling cattle, the Elephant's Lumberyard, gong beetles, alternative horticulture and the Llama movies of the early 60s. With Dan Strauss , Kerry Shale , Geoff McGivern , Fiona Allen and Ben Moor. Producer Jon Naismith
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