A six-part 18th-century sitcom written by Scott Cherry , starring Nicholas Le Prevost as Fenton Babblewick.
3: After a sermon from Parson Flinch on the dangers of worldly lusts, Fenton Babblewick finds himself smitten by the exquisite charms of Miss Lucinda Bluntstone. However, before any progress can be made, Fenton must satisfy the conditions of Lucinda's formidable mother. Music by Paul Mottram Producer Paul Schlesinger
A three-part serial by Ted Moore.
1: Hanging the Monkey. According to local legend, a monkey was washed ashore on Hartlepool beach during the Napoleonic wars, and was tried and hung by villagers as a French spy. Schoolteacher Maisie Boyd stages a community play based on the event.
Director Michael Fox
Last of the series in which Caryl Phillips explores key moments in American history with prominent African-Americans. The Los Angeles Riots. Johnnie Cochran , the successful African-American lawyer, reflects on the riots of 1992 that followed the acquittal of four white policemen charged with assaulting Rodney King. Producer Tony Phillips
Professor John Durant looks back at the events that sparked off the great scientific ideas of our time.
2: How we realised that man-made chemicals are ruining the atmosphere. Producer Deborah Cohen. Rptd Sun 9.30pm
11.00 New series
The first of a five-part comedy drama series by Jenny Eclair and Julie Balloo. Three women living in the same street are about to discover the delights and dilemmas of new parenthood. With Keith Allen , Kathy Burke , Frances Barber , Graham Fellows ,
Caroline Hook , Tilly Vosburgh and Hugh Ross. Producer Jane Berthoud
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