The third of four programmes which look back at how past governments have coped with crises.
Andrew Roberts explores the period in the 1970s when Edward Heath 's government made a policy U-turn. Producer Denis Sewell
From Tavistock Parish Church, with the Exon Singers. God Is Love, and Where True Love Is (Ubi Caritas); 1 John 3, W18-23; If Ye Love Me (Tallis); Forth in the Peace of Christ (Duke Street). Director of music Matthew Owens.
Test Match Special LW onlyEngland v Australia
The final day's play in the Fourth Test at Headingley.
Including at 3.45* Teatime News For information or retuning advice phone [number removed] * Approximate times
By Zenna Henderson , dramatised in two parts by Catherine Czerkawska. 1: Rescued by Karen from a misjudged suicide attempt, Lea meets people who are strange beyond all comprehension - to humans. with Mark McDonnell. Michael Perceval-Maxwell , Janette Foggo. Maria Miller , Alyxis Daly Director Hamish Wilson
With Laurie Taylor and guests. The first part of a week-long series about sweets begins with a look at their manufacturing history. Editors Nadine Grieve and Keith Jones PHONE: (0171) [number removed]E-MAIL: Afternoon.Shift@bbc.co.uk
In 1992, thousands of bath toys were lost off a ship in the Pacific and have been turning up on beaches ever since. Dylan Winter meets some Seattle oceanographers and beachcombers for whom the toys are an obsession. Producer Sue Broom Repeat.
By John Hadfield , read in ten parts by Michael Cochrane. A disillusioned civil servant is sent to investigate a Whitehall embarrassment- an office set up 17 years earlier in East Anglia and then forgotten.
Producer Cherry Cookson Repeat
The last in a six-part serialisation of Stephen King 's novel, dramatised by Gregory Evans. Louis Creed's attempts to bring his dead son back to life spark a terrifying chain of events. with Sarah Benichou , Stuart Milligan , Percy Helm , William Roberts , Liza Ross. Kerry Shale, Erin Williams. Helen Horton. Mark Bonnar. Sean Baker , Alice Arnold and loan Meredith Music by David Chilton and Nicholas Russell-Pavier Director Gordon House Repeat
Robert Glenister reads Dennis Potter's story, abridged in five parts by Andrew Simpson.
1: The First Jukebox. In 1961, Dennis Potter revisited his birthplace, the Forest of Dean, and found it in a state of profound uncertainty. Producer Andy Jordan Repeat
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