A series of portraits of Britain through a week in the life of six streets. 5:Leigh Road, Street, Somerset. Tony Wilkinson visits a village dominated by the Clarks shoe-making factory. As the locals face up to job losses, two former Clarks's employees have begun their own small businesses - making shoes and leather bags. Producer Tony Wilkinson
The last of the comedy-drama series about the lives of three sisters, starring Rosemary Leach as Anna, Nicola Pagett as Victoria and Celia Imrie as Charlotte.
Two at a Time. Victoria is convinced that Anna is having a secret affair.
Written by Simon Brett Producer Ann Jobson
By Julia Stoneham. Samantha Bond stars as Alice in this three-part series.
1: Devon, April 1943. Alice Todd has separated from her husband but. with 10-year-old son Edward-John to care for, she needs to find a job. with Becky Hindley. Deborah McAndrew. Rachel Lewis. Elaine Claxton , Annabel Mullion , Teresa Gallagher. Tessa Worsley. Peter Yapp ,
Andrew Wincott , Bill Wallis. Ian Masters. David Collings and Jilly Bond. Director Tracey Neale Repeat
In the third of four programmess,
Fergus Keeling explores the thirst for knowledge and the passion for wildlife that drives three field scientists to endure the most extreme conditions. Producer Sarah Blunt
John Gribbin traverses the universe and explores some intriguing scientific conundrums in this five-part series. 1: The Riddle of the Dark Night Sky
Why is the night sky dark and not ablaze like the surface of a star?
Reader Crawford Logan. Music by Geoff Proudley Producer Louise Dalziel
11.00 My Life as a Car
Phil Daniels stars in a six-part comedy series by Mark Wallington.
2: Does Barry's future lie on the road to Marrakesh? With Chris Jury, Chris Emmett, Sally Grace ,
Sarah Parkinson , Joanne Brookes , Colleen Prendergast and Jonathan Aris. Producer John Rolph
11.30 Desmond Olivier Dingle 's
Compleat Life and Works of William Shakespeare by Desmond Olivier Dingle A six-part comedy series about the wonderful world of Shakespeare.
2: Juliet Stevenson and Harriet Walter guide the company through the thorny problems of Shakespearean verse and perform Julius Caesar. with Mossie Smith and Kevin Allen. Written by Patrick Barlow. Producer Liz Anstee Repeat
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