Six walkers join Jeremy Jessel on a Walk in the countryside. 4: Naturalist Margaret Grindle is Jessel's guide along the shifting sands of Spurn Point at the top of the Humber Estuary. Producer Lucy Lunt
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Maurice Denham stars as the doyen of Prior's Heath Golf Club in stories by PG Wodehouse , dramatised by Michael Pointon and Edward Taylor. 2: Farewell to Legs. With Joe Dunlop , Glynis Brooks , Stephen Kemble and Robert Bathurst.
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Murder for Starters. Simon Brett chairs the murder mystery panel game. Crime writers Robert Barnard and Lindsey Davis try to solve this week's crime. Suspects are played by Maria McErlane and Lee Simpson. Producer Ann Jobson
By Alan MacDonald. Nicci Goodwin is chairwoman of a football club that seems to be in deep financial trouble. Finance director Frank Winter insists that the only option is to sell their star player Lee Sandor - who just happens to be Nicci's lover. With Gary Webster as Lee Sandor , Peter Bowles as Frank Winter and Jenny Funnell as Nicci Goodwin. Producer Gordon Lamont
Andrew Sachs discovers how communities driven by a concern for the environment are setting about transforming the place where they live. 2: Unspoiling the Unspoilt. Including a Cumbrian family who are restoring their valley, polluted by lead mining. Producer Sandra Sykes
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In the first of three programmes, David Stafford follows Sussex county cricket club through the 1998 season, as a proposal from the new management team rouses some resentment.
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