Sara Parker looks at life-changing first nights. Yesterday's Sergeant. Like his father before him, Brian has served a full 30 years in the police force. His retirement party marks the beginning of a new chapter in his life. Producer Sara Parker
A five-part series of Marianne Carey 's comedy drama set in the offices of an Edinburgh insurance company.
2: The management consultancy team, headed by Adele "Jaws" Scott, descends on Lothian Rock.
With Monica Gibb. Jenny Ryan. Tom Smith. John Shedden. Paul Birchard and Hilary Neville. Producer David Jackson Young
Tommy Pearson presents the series in which Britain's leading orchestras compete against each other to find out which knows the most about the music they spend their lives playing. Producer Emma Kingsley
By Leonie Edery. Shauna, at 13, knows it all. Jamana Prem , 50 years older, has a lot to learn. Does wisdom come from experience, or vice versa? with Terry Molloy , Sunny Ormonde. Malcolm McKee , Shirley Dixon , Alex Jones and Christopher Trenfield. Director Sue Wilson
City solicitor Richard Max is his brother's best man. The family has a tradition of after-dinner speeches, but can Richard pull off a glittering performance and be diplomatic at the same time?
For details see yesterday
By Tamar Hodes , read by Geraldine Fitzgerald. The cottage had been the catalyst which brought Tilda and Julian together. Now, two years on, it appeared that the financial burden of it might tear them apart - until the night they decided to show each other their work....
Producer Liz Taylor
The airwaves are once again handed over to aspiring singer-songwriter
John Shuttleworth. Joining John in his living room is Vanessa Feltz , who helps sort out a tricky domestic problem between him and his wife, Mary. Written and performed by Graham Fellows , with additional material by Martin Willis. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
Comic duo Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the sketch and stand-up show with the regular team of Simon Munnery , Jane Bussmann , David Quantick , Nick Romero , Dan Freedman and Emma Clarke.
Repeated from Saturday 6.15pm
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