Penelope Wilton reads the final part of GenevieveJurgensen's account of the death of her two young daughters. 5. The family is made whole again, although it can never be together. For details see Monday
A series on the many pleasures of wine. 5: Holiday Wines. Joanna Simon packs her suitcase and takes off in pursuit of airline wines, duty free treats and bottles from the vineyard. Producer Amber Dawson
By Chris Fitz-Simons . Phonsie looks forward to the rich profits Guard
Gallacher's singing trip to New York will generate for Ballylenon and himself.
Producer Peter Kavanagh
Four Victorian detective thrillers by John Peacock , starring Todd Carty as Pip Shepherd. 3: Out on the Drag. Pip goes undercover to infiltrate a gang of "draggers" led by the sinister Brock. ..with Tessa Worsley , Maggie McCarthy ,
Deborah Berlin , Harry Myers ,
Stephen Critchlow , Ben Crowe and Elizabeth Conboy Director David Blount
Greengrocers Charlie Hicks and Gregg Wallace celebrate the best of British seasonal fruits and vegetables. Guest chef David Eyre cooks in the studio. LINES OPEN from 1pm. PHONE: [number removed]. E-MAIL: [address removed]
WRITE TO: Veg Talk, Room 6113, BBC Broadcasting House, London, W1A 1AA Producer Lauretta Reynolds
Devolution - a good idea? 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 from Belfast.
Producer Kathy Smith. Rptd tomorrow 12.30pm
Helen is much prized.
Written by Graham Harvey. Director Keri Davies Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Shula Hebden Lloyd:
By Penelope Lively , dramatised by Peter Wolf. An atmospheric story of a successful architect trying to come to terms with past failures. with Sarah Jane Holm , Bernadette Windsor , Patience Tomlinson , Rachel Atkins.
John Rowe. Stephen Critchlow , Iwan Thomas and Jenny Lee Director Cherry Cookson Repeat
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