Each week, with the aid of expert guests, Clive Anderson , former barrister and grand inquisitor of the stars, cuts through the legal jargon to get to the heart of an issue which affects anyone who uses our cherished legal system.
Senes editor Bruce Hyman. Repeated at 9.30pm
A six-part comedy drama series written byTuran AN. 3: A Motley Crew
After the shock of Sheila's death, the girls have decided to bid for the catering contract as "Sheila's Kitchen".
Mrs Ollerenshaw is determined to stop them. with Jack Smethurst , Bill Dean , Tim Dantay , Kaye Wragg. Debbie Chazen. Maxine Finch. Andrew Wincott. Stephen Hoyle and Sally Walsh. Director Turan Ali. Repeat
By Jayne Hollinson. When Suzie begins a relationship with Andrew, she soon discovers this also means taking on his two children and his separated wife. with Helen Atkinson Wood. Becky Simpson and Gary Saunders. Director Diane Whitley
Libby Purves looks at music provision in our state schools and profiles Belfast School of Music.
Producers Anne Freeman and Clare McGinn ACTION LINE: [number removed]
The Butter Factor
In the last of the series, Miles Stoat is determined to go the full Monty. Featuring the comic genii of Gerard Foster , Dave Lamb , Gordon Southern, Tim Verrinder , Ben Ward and Richard Webb.
Producer Adam Tandy. Rptd tomorrow 11.30pm
Mark Lawson investigates the power of the strict but inspirational Scottish school teacher, as epitomized by Muriel Spark 's Miss Jean Brodie , who returns to the London stage this week. Producer Jerome Weatherald
India's recent nuclear tests have been internationally condemned and will lead to further exclusion from the world's nuclear club. Is the isolation of India the correct policy for the west, given the perilous nature of India's expanding nuclear power industry? With Gerry Northam. Producer Gregor Stewart Repeated Sunday 5pm
The final part of the acclaimed black comedy. 6: Christmas party time in the town of Spent. Written by and starring Mark Gatiss ,
Reece Shearsmith , Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson.
Producer Sarah Smith Repeat
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