East Anglia and the Netherlands have fought a common enemyfor years - sea and river floods. In the first of two programmes Paul Heiney traces the history of East Anglia's efforts to keepthe water at bay. He looks at Cambridge fenland, explores the 17th-century drainage works of Dutchman Cornells Vermuyden and discovers the possible consequences of global warming on this vulnerable region Of Britain. ProducerAndrew Green
Last in a comedy series by Tony Bagley.
It is a fight to the death as Robin finally meets his doppelganger. When two universes collide, there can be only one winner. With Arthur Smith.
Roger Bolton airs your views on BBC radio programmes and policy in the first of a new series. Producer Cathy Packe WRITE TO: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London, W1A 1QT FAX: [number removed]. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Repeated Sunday8pm
ByVivienne Allen. In the Armstrong household, all ears are tuned to the radio to hear the progress of Ruth Ellis 's appeal against a death sentence for murder. For young Helen, these events are part of a sinister world that threatens to encroach on a homely Norfolk childhood. With Lisa Ellis , Marlene Sidaway , Simon J Williamson , Maria McClagon and Maryann Turner. Director John Taylor (R)
Jobsmart.com, gisajob.co.uk, tempz.com ... If the adverts are to be believed, there is a recruitment revolution going on. But is it really necessary to get on the internet to find a job? Are those who favour a more traditional approach disadvantaged? And if one decides to seek a job online, how does one impress in cyberspace? With Quentin Cooper. Producers Anna Buckley. E-MAIL: email@example.com WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/webwise. LINES OPEN from 1pm Internet supplement: centre pages
Jo Morris meets Louis Llewellyn and the men of Ryhope Pigeon club. It's the first race of the season and a tense time for the pigeon men as they put their prize beauties to the test. But why is Mr Llewellyn , the club secretary, not racinghis birds? For details see Monday
A day of discoveries.
Written by Peter Kerry. Director Keri Davies
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A contemporary drama by Melissa Murray revealing some curiosities of the legal system.
Two solicitors - sparring partners and ex-lovers - come to blows over a criminal case in which a vital piece of evidence is misfiled.
Director Cherry Cookson
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