Lucy Flannery 's six-part sitcom about local government.
5: Will Chesbury adopt the Chestnut as its new currency? Will the resident parking permit scheme go ahead? And will Florence succeed in blackmailing Erica? 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.
3: The Epping Jaundice
It's strange enough that a quiet Essex suburb should develop its own unique epidemic, but local Medical Officer of Health Dr Ash is more baffled by the fact that all the victims are middle class.
A Fiction Factory production
Dr Harry Kopelman:
Dr Caroline Hallet:
Lady with yellow dog:
Sue Nelson examines the science behind the folklore of sexual stereotypes and learns how new technology is helping unveil the real differences between men and women. Producer Sue Broom. Rptd Sun 9.30pm # Polly Toynbee : page 16
H G Wells 's ideas haunt the 20th century, yet he is now disregarded critically. He is routinely credited as the grandfather of science fiction but this has overshadowed his other achievements. Brian Morton argues that Wells widened the "class catchment" of the English novel in a way which puts all subsequent writers in his debt. Producer Ian Docherty
Returning for a new six-part run, the award-winning comedy show featuring the semi-detached world of aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth Wireless Wanderings
John is unhappy with the new series' late start, as he is normally asleep by
11.00pm. Cue an adventure as John and his agent roam the radio airwaves. Written and performed by Graham Fellows , with a special appearance by Charlotte Green. Producer Paul Schlesinger
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A six-part series of the show that takes on the questions that How Do They Do That? didn't dare answer. This week: which is the better aphrodisiac - oysters or a naked woman? The solution to this and other queries will be revealed. Written and hosted by Dan Gaster and Paul Powell. With Simon Godley , Clare Cathcart and Martin Hyder
. Producer Phil Clarke
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