The last of four programmes exploring the countries bordering the Caspian Sea. Caviar and Kalashnikovs Tim Whewell explores the effect of the Soviet Union's break-up on the balance of power tn the country's troubled southern borders. Producer Andy Denwood
The news of 50 years ago today. The Prime Minister, Mr Attlee , revealed his new cabinet. Britain's biggest airliner, the Brabazon I, was officially named. It was designed to fly non-stop to New York in 12 hours.
Philip Afshar 's six-part comedy drama series about neighbours who start an import business. 5: Khalid has still not come round to Samantha's plan to take an Open University degree. with Rachna Kapur , Denise Devlin and Neil McCaul. Producer Jo Clegg
From the book "Till Death Do Us Part" by John Dickson Carr, dramatised in two parts by Peter Ling.
The peaceful English countryside of 1936 is disrupted by a mysterious death.
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Four programmes in which Colm Toibin traces the border dividing the Republic from the North. 2: Villages on the Verge of the Nervous Breakdown. The journey continues from Castlederg to Belcoo. Producer Anthony Denselow
After 500 Bus Stops on BBC2, the award-winning comedy show about aspiring singer/songwriter
John Shuttleworth returns to radio. Chic Ken
John finds himself envying neighbour Ken's bachelor existence. Written and performed by Graham Fellows. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Phil Daniels stars in the automotive comedy series by Mark Wallington.
1: A two-tone blue Rover 100 takes
Barry Harris down the road of life. With Chris Jury, Chris Emmett, Sally Grace , Sarah Parkinson , Joanna Brookes ,
Sally Phillips and Toby Longworth. Producer Jon Rolph Repeat
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