Last in the horse-racing comedy by Dave Sheasby. The White Swan syndicate meets to vote on selling Mr Fatman. Dreams come true at Ascot and romance blooms amongst the owners. with Tony Rohr. Tracy-Ann Oberman ,
James Taylor. Angela Wynter. Fine Time Fontayne and Becky Hindley. Director David Hunter
Four Victorian detective thrillers by John Peacock , starring Todd Carty as Pip Shepherd. 1: The Last of the Bow Street Runners. A Peeler and a Bow
Street Runner join forces to solve the mystery of a murdered earl. with Deborah Berlin , Ioan Meredith ,
Tessa Worsley , Zulema Dene and Stephen Critchlow Director David Blount
This week greengrocers Gregg Wallace and Charlie Hicks celebrate farmers' markets, while Californian chef Marlena Spieler cooks up a West Coast feast in the studio. Producer Lauretta Reynolds
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Brian airs his views.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the debate, which comes this week from Bodmin in Cornwall. Panellists include Simon Jenkins and the MPs Menzies
Campbell and Angela Browning. Producer Lisa Jenkinson
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By Ernest Hemingway , dramatised by Bob Sherman. Academy Award-winning actor Rod Steiger stars in a new dramatisation of the book described by William Faulkner as "one of the best American novels ever written". An old fisherman's epic struggle for one last great fish is a classic fable of the 20th century. with David Allister , Stephen Critchlow , Ben Crowe , Becky Hindley , Ioan Meredith and Harry Myers. Director Ned Chaillet
+ Rod Steiger 's Kind of Day: page 138
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