Mike Coleman 's six-part sitcom stars June Whitfield and Roy Hudd.
3: Will Mr Elstein get his wicked way? With Pat Coombs , Julian Eardley ,
Joshua Henderson , Edward Halsted , Chris Pavlo and Rachel Smith. Music by Frido Ruth Producer Steve Doherty
James Walton hosts a new book quiz. Featuring Sebastian Faulks , John Walsh , Victoria Glendinning and Tracey MacLead. Author of the week is Jane Austen. Reader Rachel Atkins.
Written by James Walton. Producer Jon Rolph
Helena Kennedy QC presents the last of four dramatised features about trials that brought about a change in the law. 85 Burglaries and a Phone Tap. The trial of eight people in 1978 was to launch a much more important investigation into State secrecy. with Geoffrey Whitehead , Charles Simpson. Colin Starkey , Roger Hammond and Keith Drinkel. Written and compiled by Rib Davis Director Janet Whitaker
Charlie Hicks and Greg Wallace address listeners' questions about fruit and vegetables in the last programme of the series. With gardener Lynda Brown and chef Valentina Harris. Producer Lauretta Reynolds LINES OPEN 1.30pm
History repeats itself.
Written by Mick Martin. Director Keri Davies Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Jeremy Front's black comedy for the overstressed among us. How would you feel if you walked into work one morning and found your double sitting at your desk? And if your double not only had your life but was also making a success of it? with Harry Towb , Linal Haft , Sarah Rice , Jonathan Tafler and Jonathan Keeble
Director Sally Avens
from 11.30 An hour-long special from Hockenheim, venue for the German Grand Prix. Martin Bashir and guests talk about the glamorous world of Formula One, as well as German sporting culture. Producer Simon Crosse
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