The advertising listings of Private Eye are as much of an institution as the editorial. Jeremy Cherfas dabbles in a little electronic surveillance - "Eye Spy" - and sends a video from the grave - "Eye Die".
Producer Richard Sanders
The Government is leading a major cull of wild badgers to establish whether 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.
Repeated from yesterday 9pm
Peter Tinniswood 's six-part gentle comedy drama series. 3: Other People Mother-in-law's friend Otto insists on visiting Julia too. with Stephen Thome. Kate Binchy and Nigel Anthony. Producer John Tydeman Repeat
Nigel Rees is joined by Sarah Harrison , Rachael Heyhoe Flint , Fran Landesman and Leslie Phillips to exchange quotations and anecdotes. The reader is William Franklyn. Producer Jo Clegg
Five stories of mystery and the supernatural by Elizabeth Gaskell , dramatised by Sally Hedges.
2: The Crooked Branch. Farmers
Nathan and Hester Huntroyd shower love and money on their handsome son Benjamin. But he has ambitions above their humble station. with Mary Jo Randle , Kathryn Hunt. Crispin Bonham-Carter , David Holt , Richard Mitchley and Brett Usher. Director Nigel Bryant
Libby Purves's guest this week is chief inspector of schools Chris Woodhead, who answers questions about Ofsted from parents, teachers and school governors.
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