A four-part series in which Harry Thompson. meets people still living in the house where they were born. Eileen Mills hates change. Even the bedroom furniture at the London terrace where she was born 68 years ago has never been moved. Producer Gaynor Vaughan Jones
Neil McKay 's six-part comedy series taps into the British obsession with homes.
Cracks. Antony and Brian run their father's building firm but money is tight. with Kathryn Hunt. Kevin McMonagle , Damien Zuk. Andrea Huell , Kieron Ashforth and Matthew Nylan. Director Kate Rowland
By Nick Fisher. Byron Redgrave joins an amateur group which specialises in making horror movies. With Siriol Jenkins, Nickolas Grace, Paul Panting and the Vampire. Director Martin Jenkins Rpt
Michael Rosen presents the series about children's books.
What's Katy Reading? Judy Simons and Jill Eckersley contrast today's romantic fiction for girls with classic titles from the turn of the century. Producer Jill Burridge
4: Exploring. This century has pushed back frontiers further than ever before.
But what has this ceaseless activity brought us? John Tusa examines the nature of our desire to explore.
Producers Suzanne Levy and Philip Sellars
Robert Kee narrates the last in the series of real-life escapes.
Behind Closed Doors. Lincoln 1993: a girl escapes from a living hell. with Theresa Gallagher , Shaun Prendergast , Gareth Armstrong and Gavin Muir. Written and directed by Adrian Bean. A Testbed production
Jaqui Bellman/Mrs Lacey:
Desmond Olivier Dingle's Compleat life and Works of William Shakespeare by Desmond Olivier Dingle
A six-part comedy series about the wonderful world of Shakespeare. 5: West End musical star John Barrowman is Desmond's guest. with Mossie Smith and Kevin Allen. Written by Patrick Barlow. Producer Liz Anstee
11.30 If You're So Clever, Why Aren't You Rich?
A six-part comedy by Richard Turner and Paul Shearer. Starring Richard E Grant as Giles, Amanda Root as Judith and Peter Capaldi as David.
2: The Price of Success. The offer to flat-sit in Knightsbridge for an old school friend opens up a wealth of opportunity. with Peter Yapp and Simon Greenall Producer Paul Schlesinger
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