A series showing how to discover a town's past through the streets and buildings of today.
3: Malvem. Julian Richards discovers how a hermit monk, two families and the famous waters helped to put this Worcestershire spa town on the map. Producer John Byrne
Conclusion of the PG Wodehouse comedy in Douglas Young's adaptation. 4: Buffy Struggles Meets His Maker
Informed ofTipton Plimsoll's reluctance to open his heart to Veronica, Uncle Gaily embarks on a devilish plan involving Lord Emworth's prize pig. with Alexander Morton. Lucy Paterson. Matthew Whittle Gerda Stevenson. Simon Tait and Derwent Watson. Producer Dave Batchelor
Lord Clarence Emsworth/Lady Hemione Wedge:
A drama based on a sequence of poems by Ruth Silcock charting her experience of finding appropriate residential care for her mother - a search involving nearly 50 nursing homes, where she had numerous encounters with residents, staff- and plumbing. with Anthony Hyde , Elizabeth Bradley and Adjoa Andoh. Director Jules Wilkinson
In five programmes, astronomer Heather Couper investigates stories behind the names of our stars and planets.
1: first Names. With Douglas Adams and fellow writers and astronomers. Producers Caroline Barbour and Nicola White
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Peter Jeffrey.
Additional readings by David Holt and Denys Hawthorne. 81: William of Orange Producer Pete Atkin Repeat
Nigel Rees exchanges quotations and anecdotes with Roy Hudd , Steve Jones , Angela Scoular and Peter Porter. Reader Patricia Hughes. Producer Carol Smith
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Flotsam and Jetsam
By Nick Darke. Sue Cattran, who runs the cafe in Porthant Bay, Cornwall, prepares for the autumn when her teenage son Paul leaves home. Part 1. with Mike Shepherd , Sue Hill , Emma Rice. Geoffrey Hutchings and Bee Applebee
Director Claire Grove. Repeated from 10.45am
Three programmes following the work of investigators responsible for ensuring public safety in Britain. 2: Shipshape Jenny Cuffe joins inspectors from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. Producer Jenny Cuffe. Editor David Ross
On the last leg of his journey, Nick Baker crosses the border into Scotland and peers into a nest of goldeneyes - one of our rarest breeding ducks.
Producers Sarah Blunt and Brett Westwood
PHONE: [number removed]1429
WRITE TO: Spring Watch, BBC Broadcasting House, Bristol, BS8 2LR
By Stephen Baxter , dramatised in five parts by Dirk Maggs. 3: 1980: Apollo-N Natalie York has qualified as an astronaut, but the nuclear booster test is about to change her life for ever. with William Dufris. Michael Roberts , Frank Laza. dis, Russell Bentley , William Roberts ,
Mel Taylor and Rolf Saxon. Music by Wilfredo Acosta. Director Dirk Maggs
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