The Royal Ballet's principle dancer,
Deborah Bull , reads five extracts from her diary of the past year at the crisis-torn Royal Opera House. Part 1. Abridged by Doreen Estall Producer Ariane Koek
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Indigenous peoples want the remains of their ancestors back from British museums, who display them for their scientific and educational value.
Peter Foster explores a clash of cultures. Producer Frances Byrnes
Jim Eldridge 's six-part comedy drama stars Karl Howman as Mr Sims , and James Grout as headmaster Mr Beeston.
2: The Rivals with Paul Copley , Deirdre Costello ,
Tom Watson. Vivienne Martin. Janine Wood and Fiona Taylor. Producer John Fawcett Wilson
By Paul Mendelson. Testicular cancer strikes advertising copywriter
Philip Martindale when he can least afford it.
So how does Nancy cope when her hypochondriac husband really is ill? with Deborah Berlin, Joyce Gibbs , Ian Brooker and lain Lauchlan. Director David Ian Neville
By Matthew Solon. For
Michael Whitely , the coming week will be the longest of his life. Part 16 of 25. with Denys Hawthorne. Abi Eniola , Frances Jeater and Bhasker Patel Director Jocelyn Boxall. Repeated from 10.45am
David Chandler 's three-part comedy series. 1: A False Alarm. Miro drives emergency doctors to their patients. But what can he do when a patient is mistaken for a pizza? wrth Jonathan Tafler , Charlie Simpson.
Anthony Jackson ,Richard Pearce.
Alwyne Taylor and Mary Wimbush. Director Clive Brill
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