Final instalment of the murder mystery from the novel by Mark Tavener. with Julian Rhind Tutt. Benjamin Whitrow , Peter Serafinowicz , Nicholas Le Prevost , Stephen Fry , John Bird , Ian McNeice , Victoria Carling , Alice Arnold , Geoffrey Holland , Susie Brann. Paul Shearer and Tim Hope (guitar) Music by Paul Mottram. Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt
Jessica Marshall Gardiner reads the first episode of Morris Gleitzman 's story, abridged in five parts by Sarah Kilgarriff. The first day at a new school in small-town Australia can be hard on a girl. Especially when she can only speak with her hands and her father dresses like a Wild West cowboy. Producer Jackie Nichols
Introduced by Wendy Austin .
Serial: Delicate Matters (8) by Vickery Turner , abridged in ten parts by Meg Clarke and read by Alison Reid.
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
DCI Frank Jefferson:
Geoffrey Crichton Potter:
Chairman Robert Robinson. First semi-final - London, South and the Home Counties. Contestants include
Brendan Barnes (accountant), Stan Overall (retired businessman), Ian Wilson (head teacher) and Peter Twydell (freelance translator).
Producer Richard Edis. Rptd Wed 6.30pm
Three-part detective series by Juliet Ace. Look Again. Alice and Belinda are identical twins. Both have always wanted to be detectives and, through a computer error, they begin at the same north London police station on the same day. with Rachel Oldfield , Paul Nicholson ,
Janet Dale , Marilla Robson , Brian Gear and Jilly Bond Director Shaun MacLoughlin
By John Mortimer , continuing the season of stories by leading British writers. Jenny Agutter reads a thespian mystery with intriguing consequences. Producer Pam Fraser Solomon
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By Alan Berrie.
Eloisa Lacy lives alone and teaches piano. Her life is pleasantly uneventful until she receives a bouquet of flowers from Iris, her young pupil. It is the start of a dangerous obsession.
Sister Juliana/Nancy Conlon:
Barbers and stylists reveal that there is more to modern hairdressing than clipping hair and applying unguents. The programme features a day in the life of Stephen's in the heart of Mayfair. Interviews by Jeremy Front. Producer Julian May
Nothing stands still. We all travel.
Rory MaClean explores the incurable restlessness which, in one form or another, is felt by us all.
Sound Travels. The first of five programmes looks at how sound travels and how our every utterance will travel on through time. Producer John Dryden
John Fordham's selection of writing about the popular music of this century. 2: Showtime! Tales of risk and adulation in live performances, including Sam Shepard 's memories of working at the bar while Nina Simone sang, the night Jerry Lee Lewis splashed petrol on his piano and put a match to it, and Joseph O'Connor 's comic account of a shaky debut gig. Producer John Goudie
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