A four-part comedy by Bill Matthews , set in 1947. 3: Eric Halliday works as a sports commentator for the BBC, but no one knows he is actually a working-class lad from Lancashire. His
Popularity makes a dangerous enemy of his colleague Gordon McKay. with John Salthouse. Dax O'Callaghan , Jeremy Child. Jane Whittenshaw and Melanie Hudson Director Sally Avens Repeat
A play by Stephen Mollet , inspired by the letters of the Hungarian writer
Tibor Dery. A young wife tries to help keep the truth of her husband's imprisonment from his elderly mother.
With Pauline Jameson. Mark Straker and Harry Myers. Director Penny Leicester
3: The Florists. When Diane Lawson trained as a florist 40 years ago, a red rose symbolised undying love. New recruit David Denyer now believes it means your partner is playing away. For details see Monday Repeat
In four programmes, Jonathan Glancey explores our living and work spaces. 2: Roll Up, Roll Up! How have architects and designers created centres of live entertainment - from ancient Rome's Colosseum to the Royal Court Theatre today? Producer Rebecca Nicholson
The last episode in Christopher Fitz -Simon's comedy drama series. 6:
With the American delegation determined to reveal the identity of the owner of the Hoover cottage, the denizens of Ballylenon brace themselves for some extraordinary news.
with Stella McCusker. Aine McCartney. Gerard Murphy. Charlie Bonnar and Gerard McSorley. 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. Actress Imogen Stubbs recalls a childhood that filled her with a love of church music, but not much belief. Producer Roger Childs
The first of two programmes looking at scientists working to unbelieveably tight deadlines. The tension mounts for scientist John Pyle , as he battles against the elements to discover what exactly is causing the hole in the ozone layer over the Arctic. Producer Dee Palmer
Andy Hamilton's award-winning six-part comedy, set in hell.
Love drives the professor to extreme action, and Satan becomes concerned about his image on Earth. With Robert Duncan, Andy Hamilton, Philip Pope, Michael Fenton Stevens, Felicity Montagu and Nick Revell. Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer
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