Six walkers, each with a different perspective on the landscape, join artist Jeremy Jessel on a walk in the countryside. 2: Geologist Dr Joe Cartwright of Imperial College,
London, at Lulworth Cove in Dorset. Producer Lucy Lunt
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A four-part series of Scott Cherry's
18th-century comedy. 4: Lady Keene knows that Fenton Babblewick wants something from her - but is it her hand in marriage or her cruelly enslaved pet? with Maggie McCarthy , Benedict Sandiford , Sophie Thompson and Rosemary Leach.
Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Jon Rolph
The murder-mystery panel game. Simon Brett is in the chair as guest investigators Jessica Mann and James Melville try to solve this week's crime, The Final Judgement. Suspects are played by Maria McErlane and Lee Simpson. Producer Liz Anstee
The final episode in afive-part series about solicitors in a Midlands country practice. Two months have elapsed since the public inquiry, and the result will have far-reaching effects on both the personal and working lives of all involved. By Chris Thompson. with Ravi Kapoor , Julia St John ,
James Warrior , Tom Aldwrincle , Fiona Johnston , Marian Kemmer and John Rowe Director Brian Lighthill Repeat
Usha lets fly.
Written by Chris Thompson. Director David Ian Neville. Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Lewes, East Sussex, by panellists including Menzies Campbell, and Clare Short , Secretary of State for International Development.
Producer Anne Peacock
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By Liz Lochhead. Set in Scotland in 1962, at the time of the Cuban missile crisis. Two girls believe the world is about to end, and suddenly everything pales into insignificance beside their highly imaginative fears. with Carol Ann Crawford. Sandy Welch. Grace Glover , Vincent Freill , Gerda Stevenson ,
Lewis Howden , Finlay Welsh , Ralph Riach and the girls of Hillhead High School, Glasgow Producer Marilyn Imrie
Against the Odds. The last of three programmes in which Robin Oakley follows the progress of a group of yearlings as they are prepared for their first races.
Producer Alison Ayres
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