This week, Sandi Toksvig delves into the tempestuous pond of relationships. Paddling with her are the author of The Jewish Guide to Adultery, Rabbi Shmuel Boteach and leading divorce lawyer Raoul Felder. Producer Jon Rowlands
Pippa Greenwood , Geoffrey Smith and Anne Swithinbank answer questions from visitors to the Gardeners' World Live exhibition at Birmingham's NEC. Chairman Eric Robson.
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Fourth episode of Lucy Flannery 's sitcom about local government.
Chesbury FC is in dire trouble, but manager Frank Spanner and number one fan the Lady Mayoress have high hopes for its future. 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
Four true stories of pioneering investigations in the field of pathology, dramatised by Michael Butt from The Ghost Disease and Other Stories by Michael Howell and Peter Ford.
2: The Last Infirmity
By 1898, the Americans have driven the Spanish out of Cuba, but yellow fever remains. Commissioned to unravel the tales that obscure the real causes of the disease, two young doctors, Caroll and Lazear, employ outrageous methods in their pursuit of the truth.
A Fiction Factory production
Major Walter Reed:
General George Sternberg:
Dr Carlos Finlay:
On one side of the game-park fence - a wildlife success story. On the other - human poverty. Nick Worrall examines the legacy of this wild apartheid in South Africa and finds that black resentment is being turned into hope for both people and animals.
Producer Grant Sonnex.
Write To: Wild Apartheid. BBC Bristol BS8 2LR
Ben Moor 's comedy of connections narrated by Oliver Postgate.
The Travel. The last of the series traces the connection between Finland's toothpaste deposits, Egypt's cat museum and Bang, the fourth
Rice Crispie. With Dan Strauss , Kerry Shale, Michael Troughton , Doon Mackichan , Alexander Armstrong and Ben Moor. Producer Jon Naismith
An album of forgotten sporting heroes. Hugo De Vries. The tale of the late
50s champagne Charlie and reckless driver complete this series of collectable characters.
Written by Simon Bullivant Producer Richard Wilson
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