Susan Jeffers talks to Jenni Murray about her new book, and how parents can learn to live without guilt. Drama: Stories for Olga by Anton Chekhov. Part 8. Drama repeated at 7.45pm For details see Monday
John Waite and Rory Bremner present their ongoing spoof compilation series of out-takes from pilot shows never intended for broadcast. Including
Robin Day's Funny Phone-Calls and Prince Philip's appearance on Desert Island Discs.
Producer Robert Katz
By Ayshe Raif. Fifeteen-year-old Stuart is being interviewed by a pushy new teacher. He looks after his disabled parents and lives in a private world that the teacher can only guess at. with Mary McCusker and Tom Mannion Director Claire Grove
Clive Coleman 's comedy series set in the country's least spectacular set of chambers. 3: Outward Bound.
John Fuller-Carp , Ruth and Hilary are asked to take part in an outward-bound weekend with disastrous results. With
John Bird, James Fleet,
Sarah Lancashire , Jonathan Kydd , Natalie Walter , Simon Greenall , Chris Pavlo and Tracy Ann Oberman.
Producer Paul Schlesinger Repeat
A theatrical entertainment by Douglas Young which heralds tomorrow's opening of the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. It tells the story of the union of the English and Scottish parliaments in 1707. With
John Sessions as Daniel Defoe , the first spin doctor in British politics.
Producers Pam Wardell and Dave Batchelor
Peter Evans reports on a tantalising hypothesis - that we are not alone.
Geologists now believe that there is a substantial biological community with unknown life forms living deep beneath the ocean.
Producer Paul Arnold. E-MAIL: [address removed]
Last of the series in which comedian and impressionist Steve Nallon reveals the secrets of MI5 tape recordings of the rich and powerful.
Written by Steve Nallon and Turan Ali. 6: This week, we hear Alan Bennett 's bizarre plans to re-write a classic and Barbra Streisand's censored appearance on Desert Island Discs. Producer Turan Ali
Last episode in the comedy written and performed by Paul Barnhill and Neil Warhurst. 6: As the Walking Warriors approach the Pole, Brian decides to go out.... for a bit.
Director Marion Nancarrow
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