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. Series editor Bruce Hyman Repeated at 9.30pm
Kate Saunders talks to people who have inspired classic pop songs.
3: Dear Prudence. Prudence Farrow, younger sister of Mia, tells a tortured tale of sibling rivalry, religion and the story behind the Beatles's classic song. Producer Joanna Rahim
+ See John Peel: page 9
A six-part comedy drama series written by Turan AN. 4: The Professionals
The girls' bid for the catering contract is not being taken seriously. It is time to get some professionals on their side. with Jean Heywood , Brigit Forsyth , Jack Smethurst , Bill Dean , Tim Dantay ,
Kaye Wragg , Debbie Chazen , Vinny Dhillon , Maxine Finch , Andrew Wincott , Harmage Singh Kalirai , Stephen Hoyle and Sally Walsh Director Turan Ali Repeat
Tony Robinson is ex-con Ben and Leslie Phillips the evil Lovelace in Jefferson Farjeon 's 1930s thriller. with Shaun Prendergast andRoyce Mills
Dramatised by Joe Dunlop. Music by Robert Rigby. Repeat
Comic and Guardian columnist Mark Steel presents the first of six lectures on the theme of revolution, examining some of the major historical forces at work during revolutions and holding up a mirror to our own age. Producer Phil Clarke
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
Showbiz legends Danny Fontaine and Danny De La Tour take to the stage of the London Palladium in the first of four programmes which see the very fabric of light entertainment fall apart. Written and performed by Peter Serafinowicz and Lewis MacLeod.
Producer Richard Wilson
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