A six-part 18th-century sitcom written by Scott Cherry , starring Nicholas Le Prevost as Fenton Babblewick.
2: Fenton sets about establishing his reputation as an agricultural reformer. Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger
In Tony McHale 's thriller, Abbie is worried by what she overhears of her husband's phone conversations. with Tara Dominick , Ian Masters , Jilly Bond , Peter Yapp and Don McCorkindale Director Matthew Walters Rpt
Paul Gambaccini talks to
Morgan Freeman about his role in Seven and reviews Quentin Tarantino 's Four
Rooms, in which four stories set in a hotel are linked by the bellboy.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Rvsd rpt at 9.30pm
Cancer. For more than 30 years, molecular biologists have been trying to work out what it is, but despite billions of dollars spent on research, they still haven't found a cure. Geoff Watts investigates. Producer Richard Aedy
British writer Caryl Phillips explores key moments in American history.
Over 40 years ago, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Today, in her 80s, she reflects on her act of defiance which is generally acknowledged to mark the start of the civil rights movement.
The last episode of Wendy Lee 's satire about NHS Trusts.
Dr Hanks has had enough and leads a mutiny against Mike Blunt. with Richard Sandells , Meera Syal , David Holt and Doreen Birkeland. A Bona Lattie production
11.30 Paris London
More comedy written and performed by Simon Godley , Robert Harley , Carla Mendonga and Gary Parker. Producer Phil Bowker Rpt
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