Sue Cook catches up with actress, writer and queen of cakes Jane Asher , who is about to open in two plays performed the same night at the Royal National Theatre.
Producer Alison Hughes. Repeated at 9.30pm
With the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths. MyGod, and Is Thy Table Spread? (Rockingham); Luke 11, W37-42; Come, MyWay, My Truth, My Life
(Come, My Way); King of Glory, King of Peace
(Gwalchmai). With the RSCM Manchester Summer School Choir. Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Melissa Benn concludes her look at the history of divorce. From Morality to Money. Divorce may now be available to everyone, but financial and legal complexities remain. Meanwhile, society endlessly debates the rights and wrongs of divorce. Producer Sally Flatman
Six episodes of Jim Eldridge 's drama series about a likeable ex-con who is tryingto make good.
2: Just One Night. Terry is walking on air after a night of romance with Sandra, but his past catches up with him when he has a visit from an old flame.
Music Jacqueline Dankworth and Harvey Brough Director Marilyn Imrie
By Martin Smith. Jacobs and Parr is a business full of deception. Manager Jeff Darlow has a secret which could well cause his downfall - unless he can expose someone else first.
Director Rosemary Watts
Carole Baxter , Nigel Colborn and Bunny Guinness answer questions posed bythe Dumfries and Galloway Group of the National Council forthe Conservation of Plants and Gardens. With chairman Eric Robson.
Shortened repeat from Sunday 2pm
3: Hyde Park Gate News. In 1891, the young
Virginia Woolf and two of her older sisters started afamilynewspaperfull of stories about their lives in London and Cornwall. Biographer Professor Hermione Lee and curator Sally Brown examine this vivid picture of Victorian family life. Readers Gemma Saunders , Tom George and Beth Chalmers. For details see Monday
In the first of a new series, Laurie Taylor visits
Blackpool to talk to the movers and shakers who are shaping a swiftly changing holiday industry.
From a puppeteer updating traditional Punch and Judy entertainment to a man responsible for single-handedly creating a thriving gay scene,
Taylor views the real changes taking place in the town. Producer Laura Parfitt
Dr Raj Persaud explores the limits and potential of the human mind and examines the arguments surrounding mental health. Producer Cathy Drysdale
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Repeated Sunday 9pm
All Aboard! Last in a comedy series by Mike Coleman about musical double act
Tommy Franklin and Sheila Parr who, 30 years on, get a second crack at fame. Starring Roy Hudd and June Whitfield , with Pat Coombs , Julian Eardley , Edward Halsted , Tracy Ann Oberman and Les Dennis. Music Frido Ruth. Producer Steve Doherty (R)
Michael Buerk chairs the final investigation in this series on the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses face cross-examination from
Janet Daley , Ian Hargreaves , David Starkey and Bruce Kent. The Moral Maze returns in November.
Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Quentin Cooper presents a series exploring the moral and ethical issues arising from integrating the use of technology within a learning environment. 4: Revolution. Quentin Cooper investigates how the computer revolution is affecting young children and explores the technological and psychological challenges they must face in the future. Producer Angela Hind Quentin Cooper 's Webwatch: page 45
Music and adventure in the conclusion to Graeme Rigby's three-part comedy recorded at Newcastle's Live Theatre. It's showtime as the shadows shorten, but where the heck is the noon train? Music Rick Taylor performed by Rick Taylor, Paul Brown, Katherine Zeserson, Kevin Mackenzie, Neil Harland and Paul Spong Director Lindsay Leonard
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