In a four-part series, Max Bankole Jarrett explores life within Britain's African communities.3:
Ghanaians have been coming to Britain since before independence. But Ghana's present economic problems mean that many are staying longer than they had originally planned.
Producer David Olusoga
The last in a six-part comedy by Simon Brett following the fortunes of three fortysomething sisters. No Commitments Emily goes off to university and Victoria is worried that she will not keep in touch. Charlotte goes to see Emily to sort things out, but proves to be an embarrassment in a student environment. with Bill Nighy and Lisa Coleman. Producer Maria Esposito
An eight-part series of the antiques quiz presented by Lars Tharp. This edition comes from Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury, home of the Rothschild collection. Two teams of experts try to guess the identity of some of the objects from the collection housed at the Manor.
Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Anne Bristow
Three stories by Michelle Magorian , dramatised by Malcolm McKee.
Three teenagers are challenged by the power of water. Lost
Sea Legs with Robin Bowerman , Richard Derrington , Tina Gray , Jillie Meers. Malcolm McKee and Sunny Ormonde. Director Sue Wilson
Professor Anthony Clare explores the limits and potential of the human mind, and throws light into the hidden shadows of the psyche. Producer Charlie Taylor
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The last in a six-part comedy series by Tony Bagley. Robin is accused of murdering his "new" family. Two small questions: how is he going to win his "new" wife back, and how is he going to avoid the death penalty? with Lewis MacLeod , Anne Gosling and Sam Bradley. Producer Claire Jones Repeat
By Jonathan Holloway. John's show The Man from UNCLE is ridinghigh on the 1999 Edinburgh Fringe, but his love affair with Carrie hits an unexpected storm. Part 3.
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Is every species sacred or should conservation be more realistic about saving every species and habitat?
Alex Kirby chairs a debate on how we should conserve the natural world. Producer Andrew Luck-Baker E:MAIL:[address removed].
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In the first of two programmes, medical historian Ruth Richardson traces the history of organ transplants, from the first attempts in the 18th century through to the present. She talks to the pioneers in the 1950s and discusses with painter John Bellany the new lease of life given to him when he received a liver transplant 12 years ago. Producer Lore Windemuth
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