William Donaldson author. impresario and wine bar philosopher, is about to retire. He continues his four-part quest for a suitable haven. 2: Fowey- Paradise Perturbed. Peter Skellem "Rusty" Eplett and Mr P Nutt form a mixed welcoming committee. Producer Andrew Johnston
In the 1950s it revolutionised the food we ate and, with recipes like coronation chicken, it has become as traditional a part of British cooking as bangers and mash. Kathleen Griffin explores our love affair with cordon bleu. Serial. Anita and Me (2) For details see yesterday
The last in the series of Somerset
Maugham's short stories, dramatised by Neville Teller and narrated by Dirk Bogarde.
Before the Party. Kathleen thinks her sister Millicent is hiding something. with Richard McCabe , Caroline Strong and Stephen Critchlow. Director Janet Whitaker
A two-part Victorian detective thriller by John Peacock. With Todd Carty as Pip Shepherd and Elizabeth Spriggs as Dolly Jenks.
1: Young Kathleen Kelleher travels from Ireland to join her fiance in London. with Becky Hindley , Tina Gray ,
Elizabeth Mansfield , Matthew Morgan , Denys Hawthorne , David Timson , Keith Drinkel and John Hartley Pianist Neil Brand. Director David Blount
A five-part series in which
Russell Stannard explores where the worlds of science and faith meet.
2: God and Life. Has Darwin undermined the foundations of religion by showing that humans are not essentially different from animals? Producer Norman Winter
By Chrys Salt. The life of the 19th-century romantic novelist Ouida was as colourful as one of her novels.
Born in England with a French father, she died alone and penniless in Italy. with Denys Hawthorne. Patience Tomlinson . Tracy Wiles , David Timson. Roger May and Stephen Critchlow. Director Janet Whitaker
Eighty years ago, during Easter 1916, militant Irish nationalists seized buildings in Dublin and proclaimed themselves the provisional government of an Irish Republic. Fintan O'Toole looks at the way the events of Easter 1916 were shaped. Producer Mary Price
11.00 Seymour the Fractal Cat
A five-part comedy by Gary Parker. 1: Strange Attractors. Seymour, Jeremy Stone 's pet cat, begins talking. In fact, he won't shut up. with Robert Bathurst , Paul Bown , Nisha K Nayar , Julie Gibbs , Simon Greenall , Brian Bowles and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Jo Clegg
11.30 Paradise Lost in Space
Final part of Colin Swash 's comedy. Oblivio is now in the grip of an ice age. with Daniel Main. Lorelei King , Carla Mendonca and Ronnie Ancona. Producer Richard Wilson Rpt
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