By Bill Matthews. First in a four-part comedy series set in 1947, starring Alistair McGowan as Eric Halliday , a Lancashire lad with a talent for impersonating people. But will his upper-class accent win him a job as a sports commentator for the BBC? with Jon Glover. John Salthouse , Dax O'Callaghan and Jeremy Child. Director Sally Avens Repeat
By Hattie Naylor, inspired by Emily Dickinson. Annabel is a romantic novelist, passionate about food. But when passion turns to obsession, it has horrifying results. With Giles Fagan, Tilly Gaunt, Mia Soteriou and Richard Laing. Producer Sally Avens
By Christopher Fitz-Simon . 4: Stumpy Bonnar 's campaign to save the railway wins the backing of the development association. Meanwhile, Guard Gallagher contemplates taking up lodgings with the McConkeys. with Stella McCusker. Aine McCartney.
Gerard Murphy. Charlie Bonnar.
Marcella Riordan and John Guiney. Music by Stephanie Hughes. Director Eoin O'Callaghan Repeat
The Dove Descending. Writers from a variety of religious perspectives offer their views on the Easter story. Novelist and journalist Will Self considers the story of the Passion and Resurrection from a secular point of view, and discovers a striking resemblance to science fiction.
Producer Roger Childs
Written by Julian Dutton. A feast of entertainment from the town they forgot in the AA Guide to Weekend Breaks. Part 4.
Starring Julian Dutton. Liz Fraser. Peter Hugo-Daly . Stephen Critchlow and Matthew Bell. Featuring the Enrico Valdez Orchestra with Mickey Bineiii and special guest Cleo Rocos Producer Andy Aliffe
A comedy series set in a Victorian music hall, written and performed by Mark McDonnell and Steven McNicoll.
5: The Buddha of Bohemia. The stage manager's prize possession goes missing-can this be in anyway connected to the ghoulish act performed by Dr Raven and his lovely assistant Miss Penny Dreadful? Producer Patrick Rayner
A sitcom that puts a satirical spin on the world of money, politics and media manipulation. 4: When an environmental disaster hits a Mammon Corporation industrial plant, the multinational uses its media muscle to turn disaster into a triumph. Repeated from yesterday 6.30pm
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