In a new series on life's rapturous interludes, four writers each celebrate a readily available sensual experience that gives them intense pleasure. 1: Raffaella Barker on dressing up. Producer Beaty Rubens
Butterthwaite White Hell
Final episode of the sitcom set in Butterthwaite's local newspaper office. Written by John Gradwell. with Rachel Atkins , Mark Gatiss , Peter Silverleaf and Carolyn Bonnyman. Producer Kathy Smith
A five-part drama series about three partners in a firm of solicitors in the Warwickshire town of Stourbury.
3: Morton is stalking Natasha and knows where she lives. with Marian Kemmer , Kim Durham. Michael N Harbour , Dan Allen , Graham Colclough and Martin Cookson Written by Chris Thompson Director Brian Lighthill
Gibtown. The last of the documentary series focuses on Gibsonton, Florida, the place where the circus came to town and stayed. The Lobster Man, Alligator Skin Man and the Monkey
Girl are among the show people who congregate in the off-season. Producer Joe Richman
Series editor Sharon Banoff
Final part of an investigation into the enigma of human memory.
Memory - the Magpie. Although memories are personal, they do not just affect us as individuals. As Joy Hendry discovers, group memories help to hold a society together. Producer Anne McNaught
Repeated Sunday at 9.30pm
11.00 Kathmandu or Bust
A six-part comedy by David Napthine and Mike Yeaman.
3: Turkish Delight. The overland expedition has reached Turkey, the land of Kismet, gateway to the East, and just the right place for Joan to discover romance and Trigger to catch up on all the kebabs he's missed since leaving Romford. with Lolly Susi. Jonathan Keeble and Andrew Branch Producer Lissa Evans
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