Maurice Denham stars as the golf club veteran in the last of six stories by PG Wodehouse. The Letter of the Law With John Graham , Jon Glover , Nigel Anthony and Laura McFall
Produced and adapted by Edward Tayior Repeated Sunday 8pm
The Oldest Member/Narrator:
Adapted and Produced By:
Chris Masianka invites fellow puzzlers to bring their best brain-teasers, riddles and logic problems to outwit each other. Producer Harry Parker
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By Kevin Wong. Valentine's Day starts off all wrong for Tommy when his girlfriend tells him that she is leaving him. In revenge, Tommy, a florist's delivery boy, delivers bouquets to all the wrong people - with hilarious and sometimes tragic results.
Producer Frances-Anne Solomon
Paul The Florist:
Six-part political farce by Steve Nallon and Turan Ali.
When a gay junior minister gets married to his Swedish boyfriend, the PM comes under pressure to recognise their marriage in British law. When he refuses, Lottie decides to bring back the ghost of Oscar Wilde.
Producer Turan Ali Repeated tomorrow 12.30pm
Lottie (the ghost):
The Prime Minister:
The ghost of Edith Evans:
Eddie takes a cover drive.
Written by Simon Frith. Director Alec Reid Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Walsall, West Midlands, by panellists Dennis Skinner MP: the Rev Michael Santer , Bishop of Birmingham; Sir Patrick Mayhew ; and Trevor Kavanagh , political editor of The Sun. Producer Lisa Jenkinson
Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
By Robin Glendinning. During the Second World War, a German captain lands in Ireland and has many comic adventures trying to recruit the help of the IRA to invade Britain.
With Alan Barry , BJ Hogg , Sean Rocks. Des Keogh , Derry Power . Anne Marie Horan ,
Frank Malia , Enda Oates and Stella Fehilly. Director Roland Jaquarello
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