The volunteers who run the steam locomotives along the Bluebell Railway in East Sussex want to extend the line two miles to East Grinstead, where old-fashioned steam travel will have a direct link to London. But a massive landfill site is in their way. Producer Angela Hind
By Scott Cherry. The Glee Boys begin to search for a new lead singer. But once they find him, will they be able to hold on to him? Part 2 of 6. with Clive Swift , David Ross. Tracy Bennett. Ian Peck , John Baddeley and Scott Cherry. Director Clive Brill
By Flora Thompson , dramatised by Nick Warburton. A three-part recreation of rural life at the end of the last century. 2: School. Children of 1890s Larkrise and pupils from a 1990s Oxfordshire school prepare for a school inspection. with Marcia Warren. Adjoa Andoh. Chris Kent. Keith Drinkel , Rose Wyatt. Cliff Moulden , Roy Thomton. Hazel Haskins. Joe Butler , Ella, Stan and Sherria Kibble , and pupils and teachers of Bodicote School Director Claire Grove
From Grey to Green. Howard Stableford meets the communities who inspired the creation of Benwell Nature Park, Newcastle; Liquorice Park, Lincoln; and the Rosebank, Leeds. Part 2 of 5. Producer Sandra Sykes
The first in a four-part comedy series by John Morton , featuring radio's first quality weekend newspaper. Starring Alexander Armstrong , Ben Miller ,
Rebecca Front, Simon Greenall , Siriol Jenkins and Chris Langham. Producer Paul Schlesinger
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By Lesley Bruce. In 1761, Benjamin Franklin invented the glass harmonica. This peculiar instrument linked the lives of three famous men. with Jon Strickland , Tracey Wiles , John Rowe. Victoria Finney and Marlene Sidaway Director Claire Grove
The last of three programmes about headline sport stories.
1987 World Athletics Championships
- Pleasing the Hosfs?The controversy surrounding Italian long-jumper Giovanni Evangelisti 's final jump. Presented by Rob Bonnet. Producer Venetia Williamson-Noble
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