With Jenni Murray. Featuring an interview with Oprah Winfrey about her new film Beloved, motherhood, her career and losing weight. Drama: The Cry of the Bittern. Part 15.
Drama rptd at 7.45pm. For details see Monday * The Andrew Duncan Interview with Oprah Winfrey: page 16
Britain has the highest levels of interracial relationships in the western world. The Independent columnist
Jasmin Alibhai Brown asks if Britain is becoming a model melting pot society. Producer David Olusoga
Scott Cherry 's comedy about a barbershop quartet in Nottingham. 4: The Glee Boys are about to be offered a paid tour by Rita Reeves. But are they up to it at their ages? And does Bill Bailey have an ulterior motive? with Clive Swift. David Ross. Susan Brown , Thelma Barlow , Tracy Bennett and Ian Peck. Director Clive Brill
Chris Maslanka is surrounded by posers and teasers as the panel applies its puzzling powers. Producer Harry Parker
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In Elizabeth Baines 's dark comedy, Natalie takes on the organisation of her ex-mother-in-law's funeral and manages brilliantly until Marion, the first ex-daughter-in-law, arrives uninvited. with John Jardine , Daphne Oxenford.
Sarah Nixon and Stephen Hoyle. Director Michael Fox
Power from the Community. Howard Stableford travels to Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders to hear about
Britain's first wood-fired power station, and to Wandsworth, London, to visit
Britain's first solar-powered pub. Producer Sandra Sykes
A comedy series featuring radio's first quality weekend newspaper. Starring Rebecca Front , Simon Greenall , Tony Gardner , Tracy-Ann Oberman , Alice Arnold and Nick Revell. Part 3.
Written by John Morton. Nick Revell and Tony Roche. Producer Paul Schlesinger Repeated tomorrow 12.30pm
Hayley versus Helen.
Written by Graham Harvey. Director Keri Davies Editor Vanessa Whitbum
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By Steve May. It is 9pm on the first Friday in March. Tessa is waiting for her 14-year-old daughter to come home. Tanya, it appears, does not intend to accept the terms of her nine o'clock curfew. with Harry Myers , Natalie Wright and Anthony Eden. Director Jeremy Mortimer
from 11.30 Eleanor Oldroyd and guests are fn Dublin ahead of the Rugby Union Five Nations match between Ireland and England. Plus a look at Irish sport and the passion of the Irish for Rugby Union. Producer Simon Crosse
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