A new four-part comedy serial by Sudha Bhuchar and Shaheen Khan. When five thirty-something Asian women get together for "girlie" evenings, friendships are tested, marriages analysed, and secrets exposed. with Ameet Chaana. Roger Liddle , Alice Arnold. Sophie Levy and Nyla Levy Director Kristine Landon-Smith
Chris Kelly looks at the life and works of admirable (and fictional) characters.
In the third of four programmes, he talks about publisher Rudolph Mandrae , the man who put the fun in pension funds and died in a mysterious accident. With fond memories from
Roy Hattersley and Robert Robinson. With Joss Ackland. Simon Greenall , Brian Bowles. Sally Grace and Rachel Atkins Producer Kathy Smith
By Craig Warner , based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith. When two young men meet on a train, there is nothing they fear to say - they will never see each other again. But a misunderstanding binds them together in word, deed and blood.
Original music by Craig Wamer Director Andy Jordan Repeat
Sue Nelson tells the story of a group of pilots who in 1960 became America's first female astronaut trainees. The Mercury 13 crew passed the medical and had more flying experience than John Glenn, but none of them ever made it into space - they were the right stuff but the wrong sex.
How Britain Is Governed
The series which examines the thinking behind public policy and changes in society. As the general election campaign draws to an end,
Peter Kellner asks politicians and Prof Peter Hennessy if it is time for constitutional change. What are the differences between the parties on devolution, open government and the House of Lords? And how likely are these issues to affect the way people vote? Producer Anthony Dworkin
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The first of five episodes continuing
Carter Brandon 's epic journey through Wales, accompanied by his uncle
Mort. With and Stuart Organ as the gentleman at the station. Narrated by Christian Rodska. Written by Peter Tinniswood Producer Pete Atkin Repeat
By Donald E Westlake , dramatised by Ed Thomason. Two robbers enter a bank vault to find it full of hostages. with Mark Bonnar. Sean Baker , Amanda Gordon and Nathan Osgood. Director Andy Jordan Repeat
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