A series about people who have used their talents to rejuvenate their local communities.
4: The Gaelic Solution.Twenty years ago the Isle of Skye was in serious decline. The population was at an all-time low, and its language and culture were in danger of dying out. Today it is a bustling island, half of whose children are being taught in their native tongue - Gaelic. Felicity Finch investigates. Producer Kate Murphy
A comedy series by Scott Cherry set in the cut-throat world of barbershop.
3: The Glee Boys get a strange job in the local shopping centre. Daphne and Lionel go on their first date. Will this mean a romantic opportunity for Bill and Rita too?
Director Clive Brill
By Mavis Cheek.
When Jack leaves Joan after less than a year of marriage, she is determined to harden her heart against any other romantic involvement. But then she meets Finbar and he grabs her attention by spouting Shakespeare on the neighbours' patio on New Year's Eve.
Gradually, and despite her better judgement, she finds herself drawn by his flamboyancy, his talent and his handsome appearance.
Fighting off the attentions of a teacher colleague in-between Finbar's unpredictable visits, Joan is finally won over when she hears Finbar admit on a chat show that there is a "significant other" in his life, a certain west London school teacher. However, Joan is about to discover just how blind love can be...
3: Phoenix Rising. Bryan Forbes looks at one of the tiny independent cinemas -the Phoenix in East Rnchley-also chosen by film director Neil Jordan for his film The End of the Affair. For details see Monday (R)
The advent of the Premier League, the influx of foreign players into the British game and increased revenues from television companies have changed aspects of football beyond recognition. Laurie Taylor is joined by sociologist Dominic Malcolm and football expert James Walvin to explore these issues and to look at what might be in store for this increasingly popular sport.
Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Poetry and philosophy help us to deal with the emotional side of death, but no one tells us about the practical details. Graham Easton looks at what to do if someone close to you dies, and how to prepare for your own death. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
A six-part comedy series by Mike Coleman. Thirty years aftertheir first bid for fame, musical double act Tommy Franklin and Sheila Parr get a second chance. Starring Roy Hudd and June Whitfield , with Pat Coombs , Julian Eardley and Edward Halsted. 1: Trouble with the Credit Card
Music Frido Ruth. Producer Steve Doherty (R)
Michael Buerk chairs an investigation of the moral questions behind the week's news.
Witnesses face cross-examination from
David Cook , Janet Daley , Ian Hargreaves and David Starkey. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Two people meet. They are attracted to one another. Perhaps they fall in love. It happens all over the world, but what is actually going on in the brain of the lover? What attracts us to a potential mate? What is the difference between lust and love? And in a more sinistervein, what is different about the mind of a sex offender?
Dee Palmer investigates the mind of the lover and examines the latest discoveries from high-tech brain scanners.
Producer Martin Redfern. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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