Test Match Special England v South Africa
Commentary from Trent Bridge on the second day's play in the Fourth Test. Including at 3.45* Teatime News and The Doctor, a 150th birthday tribute to WG Grace.
* Approximate times
The third of four portraits exploring changes in the garden landscape wrought by the passage of the seasons and looking at the relationship between the garden and gardeners. Producer Sarah Blunt Repeat
Mike Coleman 's six-part sitcom stars June Whitfield and Roy Hudd as a showbiz couple who find themselves famous all over again. 2: Nobody said there would be a stripper....
With Pat Coombs. Julian Eardley ,
Joshua Henderson , Edward Halsted , Chris Pavlo and Rachel Smith. Music by Frido Ruth Producer Steve Doherty
Last in the series of the quiz which sheds light on the lives of the noteworthy and notorious. Martin Young isjoined by regulars
Francis Wheen and Fred Housego and guests Carmen Callil and Victoria Glendinning. Written and compiled by Nick Hildred and Hugh Rycroft. Producer Aled Evans
Helena Kennedy QC presents four dramatised features about trials that brought about a change in the law.
3: The Case of the Ladies' Directory by Rib Davis. with Geoffrey Whitehead. Gareth Armstrong , Alastair Danson , Timothy Bateson. Stephen Thorne , Rosie Fellner and Kristin Milward Music by Simon Morecroft Director Peter Kavanagh
Roy needs a stopper.
Written by Christopher Hawes. Director Peter Leslie Wild. Editor Vanessa Whitbum
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Benson, Oxfordshire, by panellists including Francis Maude , shadow Chancellor;
Sheila McKechnie , director, Consumers' Association; and Professor Roger Scruton , writer and philosopher.
Producer Anne Peacock. Repeated tomorrow
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