A four-part series on modern Russia. 3: Russia's Intelligentsia:
Superfluous Again. Angus Roxburgh asks why writers and artists no longer contribute to Russian politics. Producer Tony Grant
Repeated Sunday 6.15pm
England v Australia
Coverage of the second day's play in the Fifth Test at Trent Bridge.
Including at 3.45 Teatime News and Ralph Dellor 's Minor Counties Review For information or retuning advice phone [number removed] Approximate times
By Gwyn Thomas , dramatised in three episodes by Alan Plater. 3: The VerdictThe ironworkers' peaceful uprising has been mown down by soldiers. with Manon Edwards. Melanie Walters , Laurence Allan , Gerald James , Sion Probert. Ian Rowlands. Hubert Rees , Bill Stewart , Ray Llewellyn , Ric Jerrom Music by Ruth Wall , played by the composer (harp) and Alison Frances (violin) Director Alison Hindell Repeat
A voice from the past.
Written by Caroline Harrington. Director David Ian Neville - Editor Vanessa Whitbum. Repeated Monday 1.40pm. FAN CLUB: send sae to [address removed]
Phil Archer ::
Big business, politics and the media come in for a satirical mauling as the Mammon Corporation returns for a second, four-part series.
1: New Labour invites industrialists to advise the administration
. with Sarah Parkinson , Gary Waldhorn , Nick Hardy. John Rowe , Carla Mendonca. Written by Will Buckley , Nick Hildred , Hugh Rycroft and David Spicer. Producer Aled Evans Repeated tomorrow 6.25pm
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