A comedy series by Elizabeth Baines. 5: People's Choice. While babysitting circle members debate the education issue and headmistress Carla gets to grips with naughty Chrystal, Geoff develops his connections via his daughter's school. with Maxine Burth. Shaun Parkes.
Jane Hazlegrove. Melissa Sinden. Ciaran Griffiths. Gregg Baines. Holly Grainger , Tara Pendergast. Gemma Salusbury and Christopher Umond. Director Andy Jordan
Margaret Busby 's award-winning dramatisation of the novel byCLR
James. A young man is forced to leave middle-class security and move into a household that seems to thrive on passion and violence. with Burt Caesar. Dona Croll , Angela Wynter , Martina Laird. Nina Wadia and Julian Francis Director Pam Fraser Solomon Repeat
Andy Hamilton 's award-winning comedy set in hell. 4: The Reasonably Fantastic Journey. Satan and the Professor find a huge empty space in hell - Scumspawn's brain. with Robert Duncan , Andy Hamilton. Philip Pope. Michael Fenton Stevens. Felicity Montagu and Nick Revell
Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer Repeat
A series exploring the political implications of cricket in parts of the former British Empire. 2: Soldiers, Cricketers and Sheep.
Mark Whitaker explores the hidden history of religious and class conflict in Australian cricket during the Bradman era. Producer Mark Whitaker
As we race towards the year 2000, buildings designed for the new millennium are in critical phases of construction. Architect Maxwell Hutchinson has been on site to watch cutting-edge technology and bold design come together. 2: The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
Producer Alison Ayres
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A four-part swipe at the human condition. 3: This week, the launch of Wheelchair: the Musical and a job lot of walking canes become possessed by evil spirits. With Kevin Eldon ,
Simon Greenall , Daryl Beeton , Mat Fraser , Leila Hackett and Emma Kennedy. Producers Ash Atalla and Helen Williams
Mouth Music and Big Song. Mouth music, accompanied by nonsense words, was performed by women at dances. The stories of old people and new recordings of prize-winning singers are woven together in this portrait of lives past and present. Music by Karen Wimhurst
Producer Helen Weinstein Repeat
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