By Jim Eldridge. 3: Runaway. As Sandra and Terry begin to fall unwittingly in love, Terry faces a crisis of conscience and leams a bitter lesson.
Music played by Jacqueline Dankworth and Harvey Brough. Director Marilyn Imrie
In a blend of drama and documentary by Rachel Bentham, four former shoplifters tell their poignant real-life stories. Gillian, a fictional character, dreams of angels, cathedrals and a dragon's lair of treasure. What is she concealing and will anyone ever find out?
Libby Purves with the guide to the learning world. Including practical advice, features and your views.
Producers Maud Hand and Lyn Webster Wilde Action Line: [number removed]44
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Comedy sketches with a host of characters. Including Steve "not the snooker player" Davies, gardening expert Jack Finsborough , and songs from seventies singer Ted Ruby. With Gerard Foster , Dave Lamb , Gordon
Southern, Tim Verrinder , Ben Ward and Richard Webb.
Producer Maria Esposito
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
After the Government's decision not to set up a Royal Commission on animal testing, Julian O'Halloran investigates the vivisection business. How many of the two-and-a-half million experiments carried out in Britain each year really advance the cause of science?
Producer Andy Denwood. Rptd Sunday 5pm
The Battle for Consciousness. In the last 20 years, technology has revolutionised our understanding of the mind. Several leading scientists now believe they know how consciousness comes about. In this ongoing series, Geoff Watts investigates the race to find the Holy Grail of neuroscience.
Producer Rami Tzabar
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Another instalment of Angus Deayton 's journey through 20 years of four-letter words, political satire and surreal excursions to Mars. This week featuring Ben Elton , French and Saunders, Tracey Ullman and Rik Mayall.
Producer Lucy Armitage
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