As part of the 50th anniversary Best of Health initiative, Jenni Murray introduces a live programme from Manchester Town Hall exploring British attitudes towards sex. With actress Polly James, agony aunt Jenny Cozens and MEP Arlene McCarthy.
Serial: Shirley Williams - Snakes and Ladders, a Political Diary. Shirley Williams's ten-part autobiography. 6: Members Only
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A four-part drama series set in a West Midlands news agency.
2: Team Games. Sinclair is trying to blow wide open the private life of England rugby player Garry Bould. with Marc Finn , Susan Jeffrey. Marian Kemmer , Kim Durham , Alex Jones. Tamsin Heatley and Anne-Marie Francis. Music by Jeff Meams
Written by Mick Martin. Director Brian Lighthill
Andy Hamilton 's six-part comedy series set in Hell.
1: Satan is fed up with eternity. with Jimmy Mulville , Steven O'Donnell , Philip Pope. Penelope Nice and Jasper Jacob Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer Rpt
The third in the Five in July series of plays by some of the rising stars in new drama. By Gill Adams , winner of an Edinburgh Fringe First in 1994, for Off Out. Six schoolfriends, angered by the murder of their friend Sally and the meagreness of her burial, take decisive action. with Sarah Parks. Josh Richards , Maike Lynden. Josh Richards , Terry Chapman and Darren Walton Director Kate Rowland
To mark the bicentenary of the death of Robert Burns , Michael Mackenzie reads Eric Linklater 's comic novel about the discovery of a long-lost pornographic manuscript by the poet. Abridged in ten parts by Trevor Royle. Producer David Jackson Young
A six-part medical drama series. 5: It's a hectic day in the surgery, with more attacks on Dr Khan. with Peter Gunn , Kate Binchy , Dee Sadler , Patricia Brake , James Quinn , Liz Stooke. Janys Chambers. Kevin Dyer and Gordon Cameron Written by Maurice Bessman Director Jeremy Ancock Rpt
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