Lol Mason 's comedy series about the adventures of the unretirable special agent Dick Barton and his doctor son. 5: Dick and Richard are having no trouble speaking their minds. with Julian Dutton and lain Cuthertson Producer Jo Clegg
Nigel Rees chairs the popular quiz involving quotations and anecdotes. With Paul Gambaccini , Sir Antony Jay , Robert Robinson and Jane Walmsley.
Reader Patricia Hughes. Producer Chris Neill
By Juliet Ace. Every two years, there is a new captain - and a new captain's wife. Mattie, played by Patricia Hodge , is there for them all. She observes the Navy at play and provides exotic relief - until she is ready to change herself. Director Ned Chaillet
Peggy preserves her marriage.
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, by panellists Sir Norman Fowler , shadow environment secretary; Charles Kennedy , Liberal Democrat spokesman for agriculture and rural affairs; radio critic Gillian Reynolds ; and Ann Taylor , Leader of the House. Producer Anne Peacock
By Nick Fisher. Valentina Savitskaya , a middle-aged Russian bureaucrat, is sent into space to check the viability of space station Mir's future. As her real motive is gradually revealed, a tense power game is played out. with Philip Jackson , Michael Culver.
Harry Ditson , Olegario Fedoro. Sam Douglas. Keeley Hawes and Ian Gelder. Director John Dryden
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