Let All the World (Luckington);
Genesis 11, wl-9; Behold, Now, Praise the Lord (Harris); Hills of the North,
Rejoice (Little Cornard). With the choir of Bury Grammar School (Girls).
Director of music Dorothy Stoddard.
Jim Eldridge 's six-part comedy drama, written by Paul Copley , stars Karl Howman as Mr Sims , and James Grout as Mr Beeston.
4: Target Practice. You miss one target, you hit another.... Well, that's life. with Jamie Hall. Matt Sergeant. Vivienne Martin, Paul Copley. Tom Watson and Jacqueline Beatty. Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Five stories of mystery by Elizabeth Gaskell , dramatised by Sally Hedges. 1: The Squire's Story. Mr Higgins appears to be a gentleman, but his strange manners and a tendency to disappear suggest otherwise. with Michael Lumsden , Peter Jeffrey.
Michael Tudor Barnes. Andrew Harrison ,
Simon Carter. Brett Usher , Jonathan Wyatt and Nick Aikens. Director Nigel Bryant
Based on Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain , adapted by Mark Bostrich. The story of Vera Brittain 's correspondence with her brother, her lover and their two best friends, on the front during the First World War. Part 1. with James Wallace and Robert Portal Repeated from 10.45am
The Government is leading a major cull of badgers to establish if this is an effective means of preventing the transmission of bovine tuberculosis to cattle. But with TB in cattle on the rise, this may not be the answer.
Producer Grant Sonnex. Rptd tomorrow 11am
By David Chandler
What can Miro do when a drunk thinks he is a mini-cab driver? with Jonathan Tafler, Trevor Martin, Neil Daglish, Sophie Thompson, Susan Brown and Alwyne Taylor. Director Clive Brill
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