Six visionary thinkers tell Sheena McDonald how life will be in 2010. 2: Cities. Despite some gloomy scenarios, urban planner
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The world of public relations can use some dubious tactics, but in John Dixon and Charles Nicklin 's black comedy, an employee neatly turns the tables. with John Webb , Marian Kemmer , Tina Gray , Christopher Scott. Lois Burgess , David Holt and John Dixon. Director Sue Wilson Repeat
By Simon Block. For five years, three amateur astronomers have met once a month. Tonight their routine world is knocked out of its orbit. with Alex Edyvean , Jack Hollis , loan Meredith and Rachel Atkins. Director David Hunter
There are thousands of religious people involved in door-knocking across the country. Trevor Barnes follows evangelists onto the doorsteps of Britain and asks why, in the face of such hostility, they continue to do it. Producer Tim Pemberton Repeat
A six-part serialisation of Stephen King 's novel, dramatised by Gregory Evans. 3: Louis and his family continue to flourish, oblivious to the evil forces. with Sarah Benichou , Stuart Milligan , Helen Horton. Garrick Hagon. loan Meredith and Percy Helm. Music by David Chilton and Nicholas Russell-Pavier . Director Gordon House Repeat
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