Four portraits of a society in transition. 1: Brick by Brick: the Tlakula Family In Gazankulu, Mokgadi Tlakula works with the rural women, while husband Max dreams of developing shops. Reporter Thembi Mutch. Producer Joy Hatwood
Michael Bakewell 's five-part adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel stars June Whitfield as Miss Marple. 4: The recollections of an elderly clergyman prove to be of vital importance. with Thelma Barlow , Hilda Schroder , Delia Lindsay , Tricia Hitchcock and Roger Moss Director Enyd Williams
To Please His Wife by Thomas Hardy , dramatised by Laurie Graham. Emily and Joanna both want to marry
Shadrach Joliffe. Will their jealousy destroy a perfect friendship? with Mary Wimbush , Sid Livingstone ,
Jenny Howe and Alex McSweeney. Director Clive Brill
The antidote to panel games returns, coming this week from the Pavilion theatre in Glasgow. Fred MacAulay joins Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor . Humphrey Lyttelton is in the chair, Colin Sell on piano.
Producer Jon Naismith. Rptd Sunday 12.30pm
Part 16 by Cally Phillips. Kate's birthday looms and Charlie has a proposal. with Ann Scott-Jones . Emma Currie. Liam Brennan. James Bryce. Alexander Morton , Eliza Langland. Neil McKinven and Vivienne Dixon. Music by lain Johnstone and performed by the composer and Jack Evans Director David Jackson Young Repeated from 10.45am
Robert Harris 's novel, set in an imaginary, Hitler-led postwar Germany. Part 2. with Peter Ellis , Stratford Johns,
Eleanor Bron , Michael Byrne and William Scott Masson. Dramatised and directed by John Dryden
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