Were Queen Elizabeth I's teeth black from eating too many sweets? Jo Morris follows the sweet trail, from the early medieval sweet recipes to the present day in search of the sugar alchemists. Producer Sarah Taylor
A comedy series by Tony Bagley.
Episode 5: Just as he is starting to make the most of his new life, Robin is whisked back to his old universe where his doppelganger has been wreaking havoc. with Steve Frost. Barbara Murray , Melanie Hudson and Harry Myers Producer Claire Jones
Roger Bolton airs your views on BBC radio programmes.
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By Sam Boardman-Jacobs , based on a true story set in Cardiff in the 1860s. Esther Lyons is a 17-year-old Jewess who becomes a Baptist. Her father swears she was abducted by the Baptists and was not a willing convert. with Christian Rodska , Manon Edwards , Lynne Seymour , Erica Eirian , Alastair Danson , Stevie Parry , Giles Thomas and Christian Patterson. Director Tanya Nash
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Bad memories for Mike.
Written by Peter Kerry. Director Peter Leslie Wild Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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By Tracy Spottiswoode. Hafod was built by a millionaire visionary who hoped to create an Eden in the wilderness of 18th-century Wales. But in every paradise there is a serpent.
Music composed by John Hardy Director Alison Hindell Repeat
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