Bill Owen , who for the last 25 years has starred as Compo in Last of the Summer Wine, visits the Yorkshire village of Holmfirth, where the series is filmed. He discovers what effect the fictional stories have had on the town and the people who live there, including the real occupant of Nora Batty 's house. Producer Ian Bell. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Nigel Rees chairs the popular quiz involving the exchange of quotations and anecdotes.
With Alistair Beaton , Jonathan Cecil , Sarah Dunant and Roy Hudd. Reader William Franklyn.
Producer Chris Neill Repeat
The third of four programmes about party-going since the Edwardian era. Party etiquette has changed over the century, just like society itself. But though the music might change, the dancing goes on. Producer Tony Sellors Repeat
Paul Vaughan reviews Philippa Gregory 's novel based on the life of John Tradescant - pioneer of the art of gardening. He also looks at Milan Kundera's book Identity. Producer Julia Arrowsmith Revised repeat at 9.30pm
A six-part comedy series by Colin Swash. 5: After George's success in destroying the central admin computer, it is Mrs Cookson 's turn to make the ultimate sacrifice. with Chris Douglas , Lewis Macleod and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Richard Wilson
Wilma P Random:
West Indies v England
The Sixth Test from Antigua.
Commentary on the fifth and final day's play. Including at 4.10 News and Test Match Special Feature For information or retuning advice phone [number removed] 'Approximate times
Leslie Forbes investigates six crime writers and explores the landscapes of their novels. 5: Ian Rankin Edinburgh, seamy side up. Scotland's foremost crime writer and winner of the 1997 Golden Dagger Award visits the meaner streets of the capital, home to his detective hero John Rebus. Producer Nigel Acheson
Sheena McDonald talks to six public figures about a childhood event which has had an effect on their adult lives. JK Galbraith. In the last of the series, the distinguished economist recalls the hard manual labour he was forced to do on his father's farm in Ontario. He hated it then, but he now believes it was the foundation of his career. Producer Beaty Rubens Repeat
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