A six-part comedy by Harwant Bains. 4: Devinder prepares to take delivery of upmarket vehicles for his car showroom. with Syreeta Kumar , Paul Bazely ,
Don McCorkindale . Lyndam Gregory and Paul Bhattacharjee . Director Claire Grove
The cryptic quiz returns with Nick Clarke in the chair. Fred Housego and Marcel Berlins for the South of England take on Antonia Fraser and Brian J Ford of the Midlands team.
Producer Paul Bajoria. Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Rin Takagi. A family play adapted by Lizzie Slater. Haunted by a tragedy at her school in Tokyo, Shoko Mizuki runs away from home to a promised land. with Michelle Wesson , Naoko Mori , Togo Igawa , Becky Hindley and Tessa Worsley Director Hazel Castell
Childhood Infections. Childhood infections can be dangerous, but is it safe to vaccinate your children? Phone Barbara Myers with your questions and experiences. Producer Geraldine Fitzgerald E-MAIL: [address removed]
Good advice is not always welcome.
Written by Joanna Toye. Director Julie Beckett Editor Vanessa Whitbum
ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to
[address removed]double cassette audiotape Lynda Snell 's Heritage ofAmbridge is available now, price £8.99.
+ Carole Boyd 's Kind of Day: pl30
Nick Clarke chairs six debates in front of an invited audience. Listeners can also vote on the motion. 2: "To help preserve the environment, use of the private car should be restricted."
From the Society of Motor
Manufacturers and Traders, London. To vote YES dial [number removed]0311. To vote NO dial [number removed]0322. LINES OPEN from
8.45pm. Producer Nick Utechin Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
From Seville, Spain, the host city for the 1999 World Athletics
Championships, where Eleanor Oldroyd talks to Great Britain's athletes. Plus travel writer Robert Elms
explains why he shares his love of West London's QPR with Seville's top football club, Real Betis.
Producers Simon Crosse and Claire Sharrock
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