Marianne Carey 's four-part comedy lifts the lid on the life assurance business, where passions smoulder behind every personal equity plan and pensions valuation is a hot-bed of naked ambition.
1: Striking It Lucky Director Patrick Rayner
By Aileen la Tourette. The story of Edgar Allan Poe 's last days. with loan Meredith. Alex Lowe , Joanna Myers and Colleen Prendergast. Director Ned Chaillet
Edgar Allan Poe:
Climate of Fear
Terrorism strikes at targets around the world, but increasingly without demands or identifying a cause, Is a new kind of terrorism - irrational and indiscriminate - emerging alongside the old? Michael Blastland asks whether terrorism is deadlier than ever, and how governments should respond.
Producer Ingrid Hassler
Repeated Sunday at 4.15pm
The last of a four-part series in which old and new hands compare notes. Estate Agents. When
John Widdicombe started in the housing market it was a profession. Now, he says, they are just salesmen. Producer Lucy Lunt
Craig Warner's irreverent six-part comedy set in 18th-century France. 4: Hors de Combat. Frantic after the death of Louis XV, Beaumarchais finds himself distracted by a milkmaid. with Alex Lowe , Kim Wall , Christopher Scott. loan Meredith, Jason O'Mara and Denys Hawthorne. Director Marion Nancarrow
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