With Judy Merry. We Cannot Measure How You
Heal (Angelus); John 5, wl-13; Go, Tell It on the Mountain (arr Bertalot); Come Let Us Sing of a Wonderful Love (Wonderful Love). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Written and read by Rory MacLean. 3: Gator's Tale Florida is the fastest growing state in America - more and more buildings are being built on former swamps. As a result, more and more alligators are turning up on people's patios. For details see Monday
In the first of two programmes, Sue Armstrong measures the impact of stress on our bodies and minds. As stress-related complaints spiral upwards, scientists are discovering that the toll taken by stress can last a lifetime. New research reveals that stress is a major influence on our health from before birth to old age. Producer Louise Dalziel (R)
A four-part comedy series by Don Howarth.
2:Bill Bosun- Speedily to School. Bill Bosun is the highly popular driver of the country school bus whose speed at the wheel makes school journeys a hazard and an adventure.The big, jolly man's weakness is his unwillingness to see anyone in ajam. Against instruction, he waits for late pupils and gives lifts to all kinds of people and their dogs, ducks and hens. To the children, he is a loved and admired friend. The school governors and local councillors have a different view and his future is in their hands.
Producer Sue Wilson. Director Julie Beckett
Steve Richards hosts the panel game about politics and politicians. Team captains
Roy Hattersley and Sir Patrick Cormack MP are joined by guests journalist John Cole and novelist and former MP Rupert Allason. Written by Hugh Rycroft and David Spicer. Producer Steve Doherty
Summer 76by Annie Caulfield. The second drama in the Peacemakers series. In Belfast in the summer of 1976 an IRA gunman was shot by British soldiers. His car smashed into a mother, killing her three children. Thousands of women took to the streets.
Director Claire Grove
Simon Brett 's comedy follows the trials and tribulations of Rosie Burns and her event management company. 3: Positive Thinking
This week In Any Event arrange the Brighton leg of the lecture tour by Californian positive-thinking guru Lyndon Merchant. Starring Prunella Scales , Arabella Weir , Rebecca Callard , Duncan Preston , Annette Badland , Alison Skilbeck and Kerry Shale. Producer Maria Esposito (R)
By Alex Ferguson. 3: Annie makes home visits to two families who have appealed against the schools their children have been offered.
For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am Further cast details across the week
Edward Stourton chairs three debates, this week focusing on the proposition that: "Rural people suffer because they have no control over the levers of power." SetinGrantham, Lincolnshire, one of the most rural counties in England, regional chiefs, community groups and landowners argue overwho really has political control in rural areas - local people or townies. Producer Sue Davies. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Three drama-documentaries exploring the metaphors of illness. 2: The Wrong Target-
Multiple Sclerosis. A drama written by Nicholas Mcinerny , with documentary from
Dr Giles Ellrington and Wendy Tindell-Shepherd . Agent 1 is debriefing Agent 3 after a seemingly successful assignment. So why is Agent 2 behind the mirror watching? Producers Rosie Boulton and Sara Conkey
A new six-part series by Annie Caulfield. 1: A nervous Helen sets off on what she hopes will be a life-changingjourney - a budget safari to East Africa with her bubbly flatmate Perry.
Other parts played by members of the cast. Director Toby Smith
Roger McGough presents a six-part series looking at life. love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations. 1: This week, some poetic reflections on the business of poetry. Producer Sara Davies (R)
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