Based on the comedy-thriller by Georgette Heyer.
Dramatised in four parts by Peter Buckman.
1: An English country Christmas in the thirties, a Tudor manor house decked with holly, a family gathered for seasonal cheer - and a murder.
Director Neil Cargill
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The Alabama Belle
By Pieter Rogers. The second of two Victorian murder mysteries. with Jillie Meers , Stephen Critchlow , Roger May. Denys Hawthorne. Hugh Kermode and Caroline Strong. Director Celiade Wolff
Sir Charles Russell:
Four programmes in which
Edward Stourton investigates the new forces binding people of the world together. 3: Italy- where the state could break apart. Can economic forces be strong enough to shatter a nation-state? Producer Sue Davies
Professor Kenneth Morgan introduces six programmes reviewing some of the major themes of life in Britain since the end of the Second World War.
3: From Rats to Riches. A Dorset farming family reflects on 50 years of working the land, and Professor Howard Newby offers an academic view of changes in postwar British agriculture. Producer Mary Price Repeat
11.00 New series Trust The return of Wendy Lee 's biting satire about NHS trusts. In the first of six episodes, surgical directorate manager Mike Blunt is hatching more money-making schemes, each one more shocking than the last. But how far can the medical staff be pushed? with Maxine Finch. Director Turan Ali
Dr Laura Hanks:
Dr Dominic Henry:
Nurse Brian Summers:
A five-part comedy adventure by Gary Parker.
4: Phase Space. Jeremy Stone and Natalie are projected into the MetaNet to help stop humanity from being taken over by computers and ... cats. But Natalie's Nan may sabotage the expedition, armed only with a cup of tea. Seymour GREGPROOPS Omni Tec......JOHN HEGLEY with Robert Bathurst. Paul Brown. Nisha K Nayar, Maria Charles. Julie Gibbs. Simon Greenall. Brian Bowles and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Jo Clegg Repeat
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