Catherine is a home help, Katrina works behind the deli counter of the local supermarket and Demetria looks after their convent, which is in a block of flats in Hackney. Clare Jenkins meets an extraordinary order of nuns. Producer Jane O'Rourke Repeat
DH Lawrence is the author of the week as James Walton cross-examines John Walsh , Sebastian Faulks , Victoria Coren and Louise Doughty in the bookish quiz. Rachel Atkins is the reader. Written by James Walton. Producer Jon Rolph
Chris Thompson 's five-part series about three solicitors in a country practice in the Midlands. 1: Life at Lang and Stafford has moved along comfortably but slowly - until the arrival of the dynamic Helen Shepherd. with Ravi Kapoor , Nina Thomas. Kim Durham , John Rowe , Norman Bird , Freda Dowie. Andrew Robinson and Emma Rees Director Brian Lighthill Repeat
Roy feels fatherly.
Written by Peter Kerry. Director Alec Reid Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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The first of four programmes in which Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear expert evidence on an issue of current concern and reach practical conclusions.
1: Care in the Community. With
Genista Mclntosh , Rosalind Miles and Professor Vernon Bogdanor. Producer Nick Utechin
Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
By Bill Taylor. Helena's passionate holiday romance is highly unusual - she is convinced that her lover is her ex-husband Peter, who disappeared without trace three years earlier. with Alison Darling , Martin Reeve ,
Richard Heap and Men Yee Lai. Director Michael Fox
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