- The early 1970s saw numerous experiments in alternative ways of living, but few as intriguing as group of communes whose members decided that the children would be raised collectively. To reinforce this idea all the children were given the same surname: Wild.
Gerry Kennedy tracks down the Wild kids to see how they turned out. Producer Nigel Acheson
5/6. Turning the Tables, The move up from Junior to High
School - a step too far, it seems, for a former pupil. Written by Jim Eldridqe.
Producer John Fawcett Wilson
Harriet wants to play and her dad wants to watch
Norwich. Her mum, Rachel, is quite happy to create fantasies, but make-believe and lies are sometimes too close for comfort. A comedy by Rob John.
Director Roland Jaquarello
4/6. Wilderness Park. Much of the small amount of Britain's true wilderness is in private ownership on Scottish highlands estates. One enterprising landowner,
Paul Lister , has a vision to reintroduce wolves, lynx and other former native species to his land. Dylan Winter explores whether it is possible to realise Lister's s dreams and create Europe's first wilderness game reserve. Producer Sheena Duncan
5/5. A Place in the Sun. A celebration of the life of Grace Eyre Woodhead , who helped to pioneer care in me community. Written by Nicky Singer and read by Rachel Atkins , David Collngs and Jenny Funnell. For details see Monday
5/5. The Road Hump. Love them or hate them, road humps have a secret history, as Joe Kerr uncovers on a journey which takes him from Blackbird Leys council estate near Oxford - where the Prototype hump was first tested in Britain - to Delft in the 1960s and the philosophy of the Dutch Woonerf as pioneered by Joost Vahl.
Producer Hilary Dunn
7/8. This could be your last chance to have your voting intentions misinformed by the satirical stylings of Steve Punt. Hugh Dennis and the rest of the gang. If you're already bored to death of elections they promise to have something special for you too, with tiny Jon Holmes scouring local newspapers and the interweb to find the funny outside of Westminster.
Producer Colin Anderson Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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5/5. Mama's No-Fail Traditional Passover Walnut Cake Moe makes a big announcement, which leaves Lillian speechless and Irving literally struggling to breathe. By Margaret Wilkinson.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
This week's panel includes Neil Kinnock , Labour peer;
Chris Patten , Conservative peer; and David Steel , Liberal Democrat peer. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience at the Holy Trinity Church of England
School, Crawley, West Sussex, puts questions to the panel on the issues of the week.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
I A story of menace, mendacity and malice set amid the landfill sites of outer London. Written and directed by Mike Hodges , starring George Sewell and Cherie Lunghi.
Producer Roger Elsgood
5/10. Whilst Delaney becomes increasingly concerned about the illegal campers in the National Park, his wife fears for the value of real estate in the affluent California hills and resolves to do something about the itinerant jobseekers. By TC Boyle. Forfurther details see Monday
5/10. Mozart. The children's laureate, Michael Morpurgo , chooses Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as his great life.
Stephen Johnson offers the biographical details, while Francine Stock is the presenter. Producer Miles warde
Neil McCarthy descends into the meaning, madness and music of mariachi, and meets the hustling troubadours in sequined suits whose songs of love and pain are inseparable from Mexican life. Producer Mark Burman
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