Nigel Colborn , Bob Flowerdew and Geoffrey Smith answer questions
Posed by members of the Royal British Legion and gardeners in Yorkshire. Repeated from Sunday 2pm
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An earthy six-part comedy drama series written by Turan Ali.
4: The Professionals. The dinner ladies' bid for the catering contract is not being taken seriously, It is time to get some professionals on their side.
With Joyce Gibbs , Kaye Wragg. Debbie Chazen , Vinny Dhillon , Maxine Finch , Harmage Singh Kalirai, Andrew Wincott , Stephen Hoyle and Sally Walsh. Director Turan Ali
First of three plays.
1: The Metropolitan Line Murder. By Michael Butt , based on a story by Baroness Orczy . Only the man at the corner table in the ABC can solve the mystery of the events that befell Polly's friend one afternoon in 1907. with Jonathan Tafler , Struan Rodger , Donald Douglas , Michael Cochrane , John Hartley and Ruth Sillers. Director John Taylor
Man in the Corner:
Libby Purves explores the legacy of a Christian millennium in a six-part series. 1: Buildings. A look at how our churches were built, how they have changed over the centuries, and how they can best be used in the future. Producers Colin Parkes and Jane Ray
Six people reflect on the significant part the night has played in their lives, 1: Anthony Holden - night owl, gambler, journalist and biographer - talks of Las Vegas, Don Giovanni and Diana, Princess of Wales, and chooses music and readings which evoke night-time. Producer Julian Hale
Six-part series in which Melvyn Bragg talks to scientists and historians about giants who have made scientific history. 1: Archimedes - the First Scientist?
Producer Ruth Gardiner See This Week: page 6
The final episode of Mark Wallington 's comedy series. Starring Phil Daniels , Chris Jury , Chris Emmett , Sally Grace , Sarah Parkinson , Melanie Hudson and Toby Longworth. 6: 4WD. Producer Jon Rolph Repeat
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