Martha Kearney meets American author Nancy Turner. Under One Roof: School's 's Out by Wendy Lee. Part 1 of 5. Managing editor Nadine Grieve
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A six-part series of Christopher Fitz-Simon 's comedy drama set in Ballylenon, Co Donegal. 5: Wrangling over the Hoover cottage continues. with Stella McCusker , Aine McCartney , Gerard McSorley , Cathy White. Charlie Bonnar and BJ Hogg. Theme music played by Stephanie Hughes Director Eoin O'Callaghan
In the conclusion of John Peacock 's two-part Victorian detective thriller, a Bow Street runner and a peeler join forces to investigate the double mystery of a murdered earl and a missing Irishman. Starring Todd Carty as Pip Shepherd and Charles Simpson as Thomas Tedman. with Jonathan Adams , Peter Kenny , Becky Hindley , Elizabeth Mansfield ,
Matthew Morgan. Tina Gray. Denys Hawthorne and David Timson. Pianist Neil Brand Director David Blount Repeat
Nicholas Parsons is joined by Maria McErlane , Stephen Frost , Peter Jones and Paul Merton in the classic comedy panel game. This edition comes from the Leicester Comedy Festival. Producer Chris Neill
Repeated Sunday 12.30pm
By Wendy Lee , based on the original story by Michele Hanson. Chloe's school career is over and everyone but Gillian is in holiday mood. Part 1 of 5. with Luisa Bradshaw-White , John Rowe.
Angela Down , Frances Jeater , Irene Sutcliffe , Alison Pettitt , Bruce Alexander and Sarah Jane Holm. Director Tabitha Potts Repeated from 10.45am
A series following community police officers at work in West Yorkshire.
2: A woman reports a violent assault and robbery, but officers find that a very different picture emerges. Producer Susan Mitchell
The conclusion of Bill Matthews 's four-part comedy series. 3: Eric's secret has been discovered by his arch-rival. with John Salthouse , Dax O'Callaghan ,
Jeremy Child , Jane Whittenshaw and Melanie Hudson. Director Sally Avens
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