By Chris Fitz-Simons . Our County Donegal friends return with more delights from fifties' Irish rural life. Will Guard Gallacher return to the McConkey sisters' lodgings?
Producer Peter Kavanagh
Four Victorian detective thrillers by John Peacock , starring Todd Carty as Pip Shepherd. 2: A Cuckoo in the Nest with Tessa Worsley , Deborah Berlin, Tracey Wiles , Becky Hindley , loan Meredith. Harry Myers. Stephen Critchlow and Elizabeth Conboy. Piano Harry Myers. Director David Blount
Greengrocers Charlie Hicks and Gregg Wallace get back to basics this week when they are joined by organic expert Lynda Brown who will be cooking a chemical-free meal and taking calls on all aspects of growing and buying organic fruits and vegetables.
LINES OPEN from 1.30pm. PHONE: [number removed]. E-MAIL: [address removed] WRITE TO: Veg Talk, Room 6113, BBC Broadcasting House. London. W1A 1AA Producer Lauretta Reynolds
5: Sixteen Going On 70. Mary was in her fifties when her husband walked out. Over the last 20 years, she has reinvented herself. Now in her seventies, she loves life and men.
Producer Verity Sharp. For details see Monday
Is devolution a good idea? In this four-part series, Andrew Rawnsley keeps comedians Stuart Maconie ,
Bruce Morton , Rob Brydon , Tim McGarry and Kevin Hayes in order as they take part in a light-hearted debate.
Producer Kathy Smith. Rptd Saturday 12.30pm
Peggy the peacemaker?
Written by Simon Frith. Director Julie Beckett Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Bob Kingdom stars in his critically acclaimed play - a lyrical and funny biographical portrayal of the hell-raiser, lover and poet Dylan Thomas - using Thomas's writing and poems. Recorded live at this year's Brighton Festival.
Producers Dave Battock and Richard Wortley
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