Catherine is a home help, Katrina works behind the deli counter of the local supermarket and Demetria looks after their convent - which is in a block of flats in Hackney. Clare Jenkins meets an extraordinary order of nuns. Producer Jane O'Rourke
Clive Coleman 's five-part sitcom about the questionable practices of a group of barristers.
3: The Cab Rank Rule. Fuller-Carp extols the high moral standards of the Bar. with Jonathan Coy , Paul Shearer , Keith Drinkle and Ann Beach. Producer Paul Schlesinger
By Guy Fithen. Christopher Cazenove stars as 1930s sleuth
Norman Conquest , and Bonnie Langford as his crime-solving partner Pixie in their greatest adventure yet - proving the Gay Desperado's innocence. with Jonathan Tafler , Anthony Jackson and Gavin Muir. Music by Robert Rigby. Director Adrian Bean. A Mr Punch production
Paul Gambaccini sees Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, an independent American film starring Andy Garcia , and reviews a stage production of Tolstoy with F Murray Abraham playing the author.
Producer Hilary Dunn. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm
In the last programme,
Russell Stannard , Professor of Physics at the Open University, joins a panel chaired by Libby Purves to discuss the series with atheist Lewis Wolpert , Professor of Biology at University College, London; the writer Kitty Ferguson ; and Michael Reiss , an Anglican priest who teaches Biology at the University of Cambridge. Producer Norman Winter
In this last conversation with Alan Watson
, diplomat Sir Frank Roberts looks back at his involvement with the country at the heart of this century's conflict in Europe. 3: Germany
Producer Nick Utechin
11.00 Seymour the Fractal Cat
A five-part comedy by Gary Parker. 4: Phase Space. As Jeremy Stone finds out, there is no manual for Earth marked "Read Me First". with Robert Bathurst , Paul Bown , Nisha K Nayar . Maria Charles. Julie Gibbs , Simon Greenall. Bhan Bowles and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Jo Clegg
infotainment show which goes on the road to tackle more needless questions. 3: Written and hosted by Dan Gaster and Paul Powell. With Simon Godley , Clare Cathcart and Martin Hyder. Producer Phil Clarke Rpt
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