The Economic Powerhouse. The second of two programmes in which
Jonathan Glancey investigates how, in less than ten years' time, China will have created the world's first true megalopolis of 40 million people. Producer Jane Beresford
Claire Dowie 's comedy about the joys of friendship, sticky labels and breaking things. The reunion of a childhood gang proves that boys will be boys, even when they are 52. with Robin Bailey. John Rowe and Selina Cadell Director Cathryn Horn
Christopher Cazenove stars as thirties' sleuth Norman Conquest and Bonnie Langford as his partner Pixie in another crime-solving thriller peppered with blonde bombshells and glamorous villains. with Anthony Jackson and Gavin Muir
Music by Robert Rigby. Producers Stewart Richards and Michael Camerson
Director Adrian Bean Repeat
BBC social affairs editor Niall Dickson reports on people who work in healthcare and considers how the pressures they work under affect the lot of patients. 3: The GP. We expect our family doctor to be there when we need their services, but is this realistic? Producer Deborah Cohen
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