A six-part series of Lucy Flannery 's award-winning comedy. 2: Paul and Ruby are house-hunting, and Maria and Richard are in the money. With Barbara Flynn , Patrick Barlow , Vivienne Rochester, Dave Lamb and Sarah Parkinson. Producer Liz Anstee Repeated Sunday 8pm
England v South Africa
Commentary from Edgbaston on the first day of the First Test. With Henry Blofeld , Jonathan Agnew and Gerald de Kock , and comment from
Mike Selvey and Chris Cowdrey. Including at
3.45* Teatime News and County Talk *Approximate times
* See Jonathan Agnew : page 43 * Reader offer: page 136
Chris Maslanka invites fellow puzzlers to try to outwit each other with riddles, brain-teasers and logic problems. Producer Harry Parker. Send conundrums to: Puzzle Panel, Room 7058. BBC Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org Repeated Sunday llpm
Tony Ramsay 's play about Sir Izaak Walton , author of The Compleat Angler, as he goes on one last fishing trip. with Teresa Gallagher. Robert Harper. Geoffrey Whitehead. Janet Maw , Keith Drinkel. Jane Whittenshaw . Ann Beach and Mark Burrows Director Janet Whitaker Repeat
Sir Izaak Walton:
A four-part series of Paul Shearer and Richard Turner 's comedy drama stars Tony Slattery , Amanda Root and Paul Bigley. 2: Riot Grrrl! The Streatham flatmates enter a writing competition. Music by Pete Baikie Producer Claire Jones
Two programmes giving an impressionistic portrait of lives past and present. 1: The Domino Party Vivid recollections from the elderly domino-playing members of the Caribbean Dutch Pot Club. Music composed by Karen Wimhurst Producer Helen Weinstein
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