Concluding the comedy series by Tony Bagley. 6: Robin is accused of murdering his "new" family. Two small questions: how is he going to win his "new" wife back and how is he going to avoid the death penalty? with Barbara Murray. Steve Frost. Janet Ellis , Simon Roberts , Lewis McLeod. Sam Bradley and Ann Gosling. Producer Claire Jones
Roger Bolton airs your views on BBC radio programmes.
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Steve Hennessy 's moving drama about childhood abuse and recovery. Julie finds hope through the internet, while her mother Ellen struggles against the mysterious smell of leaking gas.
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Sue Cook gets to the bottom of historical mysteries, meets the people who are making history themselves, and gets the best advice on how to conduct your own research. Producer Libby Spurrier PHONE: [number removed]0400
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A romantic comedy about the perils of speaking from the heart, by Harwant Bains. Dave has followed the girl he loves to her native Spain. But how can he be the man of her dreams when he cannot even speak her language? with Victoria Duarri , Stephen Critchlow ,
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Eleanor Oldroyd presents the weekly sports discussion and features programme. This week, a report on rugby league's cup final between London and Leeds at Wembley, plus a look ahead to the cricket world cup and the weekend basketball playoffs. Producer Simon Crosse
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