The last of four programmes looking at modern Germany. The Importance of Being Ernst Caroline Wyatt discovers that Germany's postwar contact with the English-speaking world has had a great influence on humour, entertainment and popular culture. But does the underlying seriousness remain, or is it just another cliched stereotype? Producer Mick Webb WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
An earthy six-part comedy drama series written by Turan AN.
3: A Motley Crew. After the shock of Sheila's death, the girls have decided to bid for the catering contract.
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By John Dickson Carr, dramatised by Peter Ling.
There is only one clue to a brutal killing on an ocean liner - the engraving on the murder weapon.
Dr Gideon Fell:
With Michael Rosen. Sue Ellis from the Centre for Language in Primary
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People talk about themselves to strangers in a way that they might not do to friends. Individuals engage in frank discussion with Robert Robinson. revealing what moves them. what frightens them and what makes them laugh. Producer Jill Burridge
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Producer Sue Roberts
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