Six walkers join artist Jeremy Jessel on a walk in the countryside.
5: Christopher Barker guides Jeremy Jessel from Helmsley to Rievaulx along the Cleveland Way. 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 Edward Taylor and Michael Pointon. 3: The Rough Stuff. With Robert Bathurst , Julian Dutton and Suzi Aitchison. Producer Edward Taylor Repeat
Murder mystery panel game. Simon Brett is in the chair as Ian Rankin and Stella Duffy try to solve the final murder of the series, Dead as a Parrot. The suspects are played by Maria McErlane and Lee Simpson. Producer Ann Jobson
Written by James Joyce. Dramatised by Alan Berrie , narrated by Ciaran Hinds. Mr Farrington has upset his vengeful employer. There is only one way to cope - slip out for a quick little drink Just one, of course with Breffni McKenna , Liam Hurricane ,
Marcella Riordan , Dennis Quilligan and Nell Murphy. Director Peter Kavanagh
Andrew Sachs discovers how communities driven by a concern for the environment are transforming where they live. 3: Community Gardens Producer Sandra Sykes
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Shula says her piece.
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Newton Aycliffe, Durham, by Frank Field MP, Donna Covey , director of the Association of Community Health Councils for England and Wales, and Ruth Lea , head of policy for the institute of Directors. Producer Lisa Jenkinson
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