By Anita Loos , dramatised in four episodes by Jeremy Front.
On board the Majestic, the Ocean. Lorelei and Dorothy have begun their Grand Tour of Europe surrounded by a bevy of gentlemen and champagne.
South Africa v England
Coverage of the first day's play in the First Test at Centurion Park, Pretoria. Presented by Jonathan Agnew , Gerald de Kock and Michael Abrahamson
With expert commentary on the day's cricketing action from Geoff Boycott , Lee Irvine, Ken Rutherford and Mike Haysman.
Produced in association with SABC
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By Sarah Daniels. Having a baby is supposed to be the best thing that can happen to a woman, but no one ever tells you the anguish it can cause. with John Turner , Tracy Wiles , Becky Hindley , Jane Whittenshaw , Stephen Critchlow ,
Linda Regan , Sandra James-Young , Paul Jenkins and Geoffrey Whitehead. Director Roanna Benn
When Edward Marriott read of the discovery of a so-called lost tribe in Papua New Guinea, he set out to find them for himself. When he finally encountered the Liawep, he found the fight was already on for their souls. Producer Chris Paling
What Price EMU?
The question of a single currency is one of the most explosive issues in Britain, but it's about'more than national sovereignty and the pound. It also carries implications forjobs, investment, competition and social cohesion. Maurice Fraser reports.
Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sun 4.15pm Transcripts of Analysis are available for purchase. Contact BBC Newsline, PO Box 5080, London W12 6AJ or phone (0181) [number removed]for details
By Nick Fisher.
DSI Enfield investigates a trail of gruesome murders.
3: Chef's Special
with Geoffrey Whitehead, Gavin Muir, Deborah Berlin and John Turner.
Director Richard Wortley
DSI Julie Enfield:
DS Lawrence Evans:
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