Chris Fitz-Simons ' comedy drama is set in fifties rural Ireland. Ballylenon awaits news of Guard Gallagher's performance in New York and the Hawthornes fret about their declining congregation.
with Stella McCusker. Aine McCartney. Gerard Murphy. Gerard McSorley. Ali White and Charlie Bonner. Director Peter Kavanagh
By Stephen Dunstone. Jean's former home, submerged in a reservoir, has been uncovered by a drought. Her visit there does not bring back the happy memories her nurses expect. with Susan Cookson. Rebecca George.
Rebecca Harper. Olwen May. Seamus O'Neill. Royston Bayfield , Ben Frain. Adam Binns. Malcolm Scates , Tessa Worsley and Becky Hindley. Director Janet Whitaker
Greengrocers Charlie Hicks and Gregg Wallace are joined by guest chef Adam Robinson for a celebration of soft fruit.
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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, tonight from Edinburgh. Producer Kathy Smith. Rptd Saturday 12.30pm
Pat fears the worst.
Written by Christopher Hawes. Director Louise Gifford. Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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5: Son, Moon and Stars by Jennifer Johnston , dramatised by Ruth Symes. Kate's ailing grandmother cannot keep a secret, so the child discovers she is no longer the only love in her father's life. Rptd from 10.45am. For details see Monday
By Richard Monks. Michael is a sound recordist. He has a collection far more extensive than any effects library, but something in his past weighs increasingly heavy - he warns us not to believe all that we hear. with loan Meredith. Gavin Muir , Rachel Atkins , Tessa Worsley , David Allister ,
Stephen Critchlow , James Butcher , Yasmin Hickson and Lily Howkins. Director David Hunter
Eleanor Oldroyd presents the programme from the British Grand Prix. Former champion Jackie Stewart hosts the Late Tackle team in his motor home at Silverstone and there is a look behind the scenes of Formula One.
Producer Simon Crosse
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