Coming Out. By Jim Eldridge. Terry King is an ex-convict with a chance to find his feet again. His challenge is to inject We into a run-down community centre With the support of a social worker, in this story of two people who fall in love. with Ben Crowe. Geoffrey Whitehead David Holt, Chris Pavlo. Giles Fagan and Harry Myers Music played by Jacqueline Dankworth and Harvey Brough Director Marilyn Imne Repeated Sunday 8pm
4: Spaceships Have Landed Has Eunie Morgan been captured by spaceships? with Susan Engel. Stuart Milligan Adam Henderson, Toni Barry Garrick Hagon. Kareena Dainty and Sam Mancuso
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Toni Barry Garrick
A look back at the major scientific stories of the year. Trevor Phillips talks to Susan Greenfield , the first woman to become director of the Royal Institution;
Professor Tirr Gowers , winner of the Field Medai for
Mathematics; and John Pople 1998 Chemistry Nobel Prize winner Producer Bruce Whitney Low
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A comedy about a business set up to ban stress from people's lives. Toby Longworth and Niall Ashdown worry about house buying. With Rachel Atkins , Debra Stephenson , Simon Greenall and Lewis MacLeod. Producer Kathy Smith
1999 marks the centenary of the birth of Noel Coward. Christopher Cook presents a foretaste of the centenary events, with archive contributions from Coward himself and an introduction to Tonight at 8.30.
By Noel Coward. Adapted by Malcolm McKee.
Director Sue Wilson.
When Laura finds grit in her eye, her encounter with Dr Harvey begins a series of secret assignations. With Amanda Root, John Duttine, Stephanie Cole, Trevor Peacock, Sunny Ormonde, Brian Parr, Josephine Tewson, Richard Curnow and Malcolm McKee. Music Composed by Malcolm McKee.
Followed by Red Peppers. George and Lily Pepper, a second-rate music hall act, are struggling to survive in a particularly bad touring venue. With Susie Blake, Nickolas Grace, Clifford Rose, Josephine Tewson, Christopher Scott, Richard Curnow and Malcolm McKee. Musicians: Malcolm McKee, Paul Arden Taylor, Audrey Douglas, Katherine Gittings, Suzanne Walden and Kevin Waterman.
Dr Alec Harvey:
Beryl Waters/Lady on Train:
Mable Grace/Bobby Burcott/Betley Delavine:
A New Ear for a New Year. Jason Byrne
was spotted at the Edinburgh Festival this year and all of a sudden found himself with his own show. Half an hour of insanity, featuring John Henderson and the Hero of the Back Garden.
Producer Lucy Armitage
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