A six-part series created by Jim Eldridge. Written by Ivan Shakespeare and Dave Single. Starring Karl Howman as Mr Sims and James Grout as Mr Beeston , the Head Teacher. 2:Settling In with Deirdre Costello. Vivenne Martin , Moya O'Shea , Dan Strauss. Serena Evans , Adam Dean. Rosalind James and Dax O'Callaghan Producer John Fawcett Wilson Rpt
South Africa v England
Coverage of the first day's play in the Third Test at Kingsmead Durban. , Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Gerald de Kock and Brett Proctor.
1.00 The World at One as FM
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By Olwyn Wymark and Barbara Clegg. Jim Thackeray is a renowned landscape gardener. He is also a first-class private detective. When a murder takes place in the Shakesperean themed gardens he has designed, both elements of his life come together. with Sean Barrett , Todd Boyce. Giselle Wolf, Michael Tudor-Barnes , John Rye , Simon Eastwood and Jane Whittenshaw. Director Glyn Dearman
Paul Allen talks to Simon Russell
Beale about his role in the National
Theatre's production of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and reviews Stephen Sondheim 's award-winning musical Company.
Producer Julian May. Rvsd rpt at 9.30pm
Andy Hamilton 's six-part comedy. 4: Satan's starting to feel self-conscious about his appearance. with Philip Pope. Penelope Nice and Felicity Montagu. Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer * See This Week: page 12
Gary, the Demon:
English migrants who have moved to the Scottish Highlands have been condemned by groups like Scottish Watch for taking housing and jobs away from the locals and for corroding local culture. John Forsyth follows the lives of five English newcomers. Producer Nick Ware
Is there a coherent vision at the heart of "New" Labour, epitomised bywords like fairness, kindness or justice? Or is the party defined more by its opposition to the Conservatives and its desire to govern? In the last in the series, John Kampfner probes the philosophical heart of Tony Blair's Labour Party.
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
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