Six walkers, each with a different view of the landscape, join artist Jeremy Jessel on a walk in the countryside. In the last programme, Jeremy walks the Windrush Valley in Oxfordshire with landscape historian Tom Hassall. 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 Tayior and Michael Pointon.
4: The Long Hole. With Gordon Kane , Jonathan Tafler , Sue Holderness and John Graham.
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Five stories of mystery by Elizabeth Gaskell , dramatised by Sally Hedges. 5: The Grey Woman. A miller's daughter marries a nobleman. However, this is no fairy tale. with Struan Rodger. Duncan Law, Richard Avery , Mary Wimbush. Andrew Harrison. Graham Colclough and Anna Keene Director Nigel Bryant
Andrew Sachs discovers how communities concerned for the environment are changing the places where they live. 4: The Food Growers Producer Sandra Sykes
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In a special 50th anniversary programme from the British Library, London, former panellists join an invited audience to put questions to a panel of four leading figures, with Jonathan Dimbleby in the chair. Producer Anne Peacock
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David Stafford 's series on Sussex
County Cricket Club this week follows the disagreement with the England and Wales Cricket Board over the funding of the club's youth programme. Producer Denis Nightingale
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