Sara Parker looks at life-changing first nights. Flying High. For Charlotte, a sensible life with a good job and a happy future with her fiance is not enough. Her passion for the circus trapeze means months of hard work, sweat and training for her first performance. Will it all end in disaster? Producer Sara Parker
A five-part series of Marianne Carey 's comedy drama set in the offices of an Edinburgh insurance company.
1: Lothian Rock is celebrating its centenary, but the employees of the Marketing department face an uncertain future.
With Monica Gibb. Jenny Ryan. Tom Smith and John Shedden. Producer David Jackson Young
Joining Nigel Rees to exchange
Quotations and anecdotes this week are Bill Cotton , Alison Mitchell , Peter Nichols and Simon Williams. The reader is Patricia Hughes. Producer Helen Williams
Mudlark by Mary Cooper and Peter Spafford. The first of three plays set on two sides of a river in the north of England. Teenager Kate finds that life on rural South Bank is very different to the city, and as she gets to know her eel-fisher grandfather, a secret is revealed. with Terence Mann. Darren Warner and Kelly Lawton. Director Nandita Ghose
The airwaves are once again handed over to aspiring singer/songwriter
John Shuttleworth. This week's guest is Patrick Moore , who John is hoping will help him identify the red glow that appears outside the front bay window just before bedtime. Written and performed by Graham Fellows with additional material by Martin Willis. Producer Paul Schlesingei
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