The Future. In the last of three programmes, Larry Hollingworth , former chief of operations for the United Nations High Commission for refugees, looks for signs of hope for the future of Bosnia. Producer Alison Quinn
A six-part comedy drama series by Turan AN. 2: Hare-Brained Schemes.
The school kitchens are to be privatised. with Brigit Fbrsyth. Bill Dean. Tim Dantay. Joyce Gibbs. Kaye Wragg. Debbie Chazen. Maxine Finch. Andrew Wincott and Stephen Hoyle. Director Turan Aii Repeat
By Patrick J Power. An old man is dead and a large sum of money is missing. It is rural Ireland and the powers that be - the priest and the Garda - move in. with Pat Laffan , Marie Jones. Mark Lambert , Michelle Forbes and John Olohan
Director Pam Brighton
The Butter Factor
New programmes from the comedy team of Gerard Foster , Dave Lamb ,
Gordon Southern, Tim Verrinder , Ben Ward and Richard Webb. This edition features a rare archive recording of seventies' sitcom Who's in the Navy? Producer Adam Tandy
After the Good Friday deluge which claimed five lives and brought misery to tens of thousands,
Julian O'Halloran investigates the state of Britain's flood defences. Producer Kim Barrington Repeated Sunday 5pm
Perrier Award winners Mark Gatiss ,
Reece Shearsmith , Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson star in a blackly comic sketch show in six parts. 5: The Wedding. More savage comedy from the town of Spent. Producer Sarah Smith Repeat
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