A horse-racing comedy by Dave Sheasby. 4: Mr Fatman comes second at Catterick, overcomes a virus and wins at Ripon. However, the unity of the White Swan Syndicate is threatened. with Tony Rohr. Tracy-Ann Oberman.
Rachel Atkins , Harry Myers , Angela Wynter and Becky Hindley. Director David Hunter
In the first of four programmes,
Eric Robson , chairman of Gardeners'
Question Time, takes an idiosyncratic look at the many different aspects of gardening and gardeners. Producer Gavin Fuller Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Julian Ace. Last in a trilogy of plays about Mattie Jones's childhood in South Wales.
It is 1948 and Mattie is now fascinated by Mona Morgan and her daydreams about Hollywood film stars, as she pulls pints in her father's pub. With Ifan Huw Dafydd, Shelley Miranda Barrett, Cler Stephens, Jeremi Cockram and Iestyn Jones.
Director Tanya Nash
Greengrocers Gregg Wallace and Charlie Hicks answer questions on growing, buying and eating fruit and vegetables. Guest chef John Torode cooks with Asian vegetables.
Lines Open from 1.30pm. Phone: [number removed]. E-Mail: [address removed]. Write to: Veg Talk, [address removed].
A radical solution?
Written by Mary Cutler. Director Keri Davies Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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By Robin Brooks. When
Richard Hannay signs up for a murder-mystery weekend based on The Thirty-Nine
Steps, he does not expect the drama to begin on his own doorstep. with Nigel Cooke. Helen Atkinson Wood. Lucy Robinson , Nicholas Murchie and Simon Walter Director Clive Brill Repeat
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