A series in which four writers celebrate a single sensual experience that gives them intense pleasure. 3: Five 0 'Clock in the Afternoon by Timberlake Wertenbaker. "It started in childhood with the late sun drying the sea off my back, the prickle of salt, the sound of the tide shifting." Producer Beaty Rubens
Peter Kerry 's six-part comedy.
5: Marcia decides to inject a little culture into Paradise and starts a film club. But will French art triumph over Mad Max III ? Probably not.
Producer Kathy Smith
The first part of Alex Ferguson's trilogy, set in 1930s Jarrow.
Ten-year-old Lecky and his Uncle Freddie rescue the Prince of Wales from the Tyne. But is he the true prince?
Ten views of life in this century. 3: Just! Richard Leonard is an Australian Jesuit priest. During the week he studies at the London International
Film School, at the weekend he preaches in a north London church. Producer Piers Plowright
Kaleidoscope Goes Home
Paul Gambaccini grew up in the Bronx in New York, where he first developed his love of all types of music and his passion for the cinema. He returns to his roots to rediscover his influences.
Producer Adrian Washbourne
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
The French Collection
By Emile Gaboriau , read by Alistair McGowan. The tenants of the Rue de la Victoire in Paris grow increasingly worried when their landlord lowers their rent. What is the reason behind this astonishing act of generosity? Producer Gemma Jenkins
Three programmes which focus on Cheshire women. 2: Paris Pout
It is one big round of seaweed wraps and cellulite creams. And the prize at a charity evening? Collagen lip implants. Producer Lindsay Leonard
The evening of 21 December 1971 saw theatrical history unfold at the New Theatre in London. Eugene O'Neill's play Long Day's Journey into
Night opened starring
Sir Laurence Olivier. It was to be Olivier's last great role, and the play received huge acclaim. The production's director
Michael Blakemore , backstage staff, audience and cast members talk to John Florance about this memorable occasion. Producer Rosie Boulton Repeat
The harsh policies of Soviet collectivism forced Kazakh tribes to settle on the steppe and abandon their nomadic lifestyle. Tim Whewell visits Kazakhstan to find out whether the break-up of the Soviet Union has meant a return to their colourful way of life. Producer Susanne Channon
The last of the series which explores the way science is illuminating fundamental questions. Human milk from cows, cloned sheep - where will the genetic revolution end? Quentin Cooper examines how far scientists are prepared to go. Producer Julian Brown
Repeated Sunday 9.30pm
11.00 New series Four-part comedy written by and starring Nick Ball. 1: Emma. Does the fact that Emma is married, has a son and is moving to Mauritius mean that she is no longer interested in Angus? with Louisa Rix , Robert Harley , Wayne Forester and Julie Gibbs. Producer Gareth Edwards
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