In the last of eight conversations with people faced with the challenge of stepping into someone else's shoes, Diana Madill meets Emma Townshend , daughter of rock musician Pete.
Producer Joy Hatwood. Repeated at 9.30pm
England v South Africa
Commentary from Headingley on the first day's play in the Fifth Test. With Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin -
Jenkins and Gerald de Kock , and expert comment from Fred Trueman , Chris Cowdrey and Dave Richardson.
Including at 3.45* Teatime News and County Talk
* See Jonathan Agnew : page 35
The Whispering Tree Tanika Gupta 's drama for the whole family. A year after her mother's death, 14-year-old Sharmila prefers to escape into a world of Hindu myth and legend rather than confront her guilt and pain. with Lyndam Gregory. Amanda Gordon and Akbar Kurtha. Director Pam Fraser Solomon
Britain's Victorian sewage system is crumbling. Trevor Phillips meets the men who believe their small community sewage plants hold the key to waste recycling for the millennium. Producer John Watkins
A four-part series investigating events in history through new evidence.
2: The Third Room. Christopher Cook pieces together the Cold War history of the Information Research Department and George Orwell 's contribution to it. Producer Jane Ray
The final part of this series of Julie Balloo and Jenny Eclair 's comedy drama about three mothers living in the same street. Is the second honeymoon over for Geraldine and Robert? with Matilda Ziegler , Graham Fellows ,
Tilly Vosburgh. Al Murray , Linda Robson. Eva Stuart. Kevin Eldon , Jenny Eclair and Julie Balloo Producer Helen Williams
A four-part series of innovative feature-making by students and non-professional broadcasters.
1: Selling and Talking. Neil MacCarthy introduces four different takes on consumerism.
Producer Bella Bannerman
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