Maurice Denham stars as the golf club veteran in six stories by PG
Wodehouse. 3: Rodney Fails to Qualify With Sue Holderness. Julian Dutton. Jon Glover and Virginia Denham.
Produced and adapted by Edward Taylor Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Patricia M Cobey. A young student in a small Irish town becomes pregnant. Her boyfriend and parents react with horror, but when her baby is born, she changes all their lives for the better. with Geraldine Plunkett. Pat Laffan.
Siobhan Miley , Doreen Keogh. Demian McAdam. Susie Kelly and Brigid Erin Bates. Director Pam Brighton
A political farce by Steve Nallon and Turan Ali.
When a scientist develops pig organs that are transplantable into human beings, the Prime Minister promises free transplants and wins national approval - until the Jewish community starts to complain. With Jan Ravens, Andrew Wincott, Jack Smethurst. Steve Nallon and David Holt.
Director Turan Ali. Rptd tomorrow 12.30pm
Lottie (the ghost):
The Prime Minister:
The ghost of Groucho Marx:
Phil goes it alone.
Written by Caroline Harrington
Director Alec Reid. Editor Vanessa Whitburn ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs another debate with panellists Martin Bell, MP, Lady Eames, President of the Mothers Union, Ian McCartney ,
Department of Trade and Industry Minister, and Lord Tebbit. Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
By Mick Martin. Rugby player Gerard Clarke is on the brink of international stardom. After a medical in preparation for the British tour of Australia, he discovers that he has contracted HIV.
With his existence under threat, will he stop at nothing to protect his dream? with Anne Reid , Stefan Dennis ,
Alison Darling , Kathryn Hunt. Martin Reeve. James McMartin. Ray French and Ian Bent Director Pauline Harris
The habits and motives of big-hearted British businessmen. Jack Hayward funded the return of the SS Great Britain , but Liam Forgarty discovers that Wolverhampton Wanderers are his real passion. Producer Ian Bent
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