With the Rt Rev Nigel McCulloch. 0 Love, how
Deep, how Broad, how High! (Eisenach); Luke 4, wl-13; The Temptations (40 Days); 40 Days and 40 Nights (Aus DerTiefe). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
Jenny Cuffe examines the work of three of Britain's frontline investigators. Crisis at Midnight
She follows the work of Manchester's out-of-hours emergency social work team as they struggle with the nightly demands of the city's vulnerable and needy. Editor David Ross (R)
Simon Brett 's comedy series about three sisters and sibling rivalry.
The news is out that Charlotte Graves, celebrity soap star, is having an affair with her leading man. Even Victoria wants to jump on the bandwagon of Charlotte's celebrity status by throwing a party for the screening of the long-awaited wedding episode.
Worked all your life to get to the middle?
Nigel Cassidy presents the quiz that looks at the funny side of business life today. With Peter Day,
Alastair Ross Goobey , Nicola Horlick and Steve Punt. Producer Neil Koenig
Four adventures of Michael Gilbert 's pensive south London detective, set in the postwar decade of rationed morality. Dramatised by Michael Butt. 3: Vengeance Foreseen. Detective Petrella is forced to take a dip into the darkest sluices of south London's netherworld in pursuit of a killer.
Director John Taylor (R)
3: BigBrotherhy Des Dillon, read by Steven McNicoll. "Despise me if you like, but why should I be up for eviction this week?" The arch-schemer lago plots to keep his place in the Big Brother house. For details see Monday
According to Professor Jack Zipes from the University of Minnesota, the Harry Potterstories are sexist, tedious and part of the process by which we homogenize children. In Harry's defence, Sussex University's Nicholas Tucker sees the books as re-buildingthe bridge between children and adult's literature. With Laurie Taylor. Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: email@example.com
A comedy series based on Frank Dickens 's classic cartoon strip, featuringChester-Perry's troublesome buying clerk and those who serve alongside him. 2: The Good, the Bad and the Temporary. There is a new girl in town and Bristow knows his office isn't big enough forthe two of them.
Music John Whitehall. Director Neil Cargill (R)
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James Hanley 's family saga. 3: Determined to avoid his mother, Peter leaves the house and gets caught up in a violent street protest.
Further cast details across the week. For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which
David Cook , Janet Daley , Ian Hargreaves and David Starkey cross-examine witnesses on their controversial and conflicting views ofthe moral issues behind one ofthe week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
From the development of robotic arms for amputees to cockpits that can read a fighter pilot's mind, the connection between technological hardware and the human body is becoming ever more intimate. The idea of part-human part-machine is no longer confined to the realms of science fiction. In the first of two programmes Sue Nelson charts the rise ofthe cyborg. Producer Jeremy Grange
A comedy series by Uewella Gideon and Lynn Peters about an out-of-work actress.
2: Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow. In spite of her best efforts, Cynthia still has ajob in the worst office in the world. Starring Llewella Gideon. With Brian Bovell , Roger Griffiths , Mandy Knight and Jo Martin. Producer Gareth Edwards. MusicClem Ishmael
A series by Peter Tinniswood , starring Leslie Phillips as Sir Plympton Makepeace.
2: Naming Things. The useless and forgetful MP recalls ajuicy scandal involving an eminent politician and the Third Lady. Director Enyd Williams
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