Jenny Cuffe examines the work of three of Britain's frontline investigators. Final Demand In this concluding programme, she joins court recovery officers on the trail of fine defaulters in Leeds. Editor David Ross (R)
The conclusion of Simon Brett 's six-part comedy series about sibling rivalry.
Charlotte's off-screen romance is not going too well, which in the world of TV soap means disastrous repercussions for her on-screen character.
The last of four adventures by Michael Gilbert about a pensive south London detective, set in the postwar decade of rationed morality.
Dramatised by Michael Butt. Outpacing the Rend Petrella's civilised sleuthing is stretched to breaking point when killers exploit his achilles heel.
Director John Taylor (R)
3: Water Under the Bridge by Eddi Woodbridge , performed by Stephanie Cole. When Mrs Sutton initiates a correspondence with her local water company, it is merely to try and reduce her water bills. By the time it ends, herwhole life has been transformed. Fordetails see Monday
Laurie Taylortalks to author and director of the Industrial Society, Will Hutton , about his thoughts on golf. They examine the sport that inspires such love and hatred, that involves such camaraderie and yet is driven by class division, racism and sexism. Producer Tony Phillips. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Dr Raj Persaud explores the limits and potential of the human mind. With the Government's drive to increase the numbers of adoptive and foster parents, this week's programme investigates the problems faced byfoster parents. Producer Marya Burgess and Cathy Drysdale ACTION LINE: [number removed]
A four-part comedy based on Frank Dickens's classic cartoon strip, featuring Chester-Perry's troublesome buying clerk and those who serve alongside him.
While writing for the house journal, Bristow discovers the meaning of poetic justice.
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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 of the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
From 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 longerjust science fiction. Concluding two programmes Sue Nelson Charts the rise Of the cyborg. Producer Jeremy Grange
A four-part comedy series by Llewella Gideon and Lynn Peters about an out-of-work actress.
3: Body Beautiful. Is Cynthia putting on weight, or is she simply getting "bigger boned" as she gets older? Starring Llewella Gideon , with Brian Bovell , Roger Griffiths , Mandy Knight and Jo Martin. Producer Gareth Edwards. Music Clem Ishmael
A four-part series by Peter Tinniswood , starring Leslie Phillips as Sir Plympton Makepeace. 3: The 1929 Committee
The useless and forgetful MP recalls his loathing of most politicians and their social proclivities, with the exception of one programme of events. Director Enyd Williams
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