A five-part adaptation of Fay Weidon 's novel, written and narrated by the author. 2: Angie. the evi! and outrageous South African heiress, persuades Helen that if she wants to keep Clifford she'!! havetohaveatermination. Director Shaun MacLough !!n
Chris Keiiy hosts the fina! programme in this series of the iighthearted culinary quiz, featuring Jennifer Paterson , Fern Britton. Simon Fanshawe and Mark Hurst.
Wr!tten by Simon Bullivant Producer Maria Esposito
Gerry Huxham's play is based on events in the life of the Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky, when he undertook a potentially disastrous bet that led to the writing of The Gambler.
By E Nesbit. !n this horror story for Halloween
.John Hurst 'smurky past comes back to haunt him when his wife dies unexpectedly from marsh fever. Read by Linus Roache. Producer Gemma Jenkins
Repeated next Sunday
The End of Evetything?
What is the significance of the miiiennium? Michael Biastiand asks whether we are realty living through an era of turbulent change or if it is the date that makes us think so. Producer tngrid Hassier
Repeated Sunday at 4.15pm
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