With John Inverdale. The world's best players are competing for places in the quarter-finals today at the All England Club.
Commentary from David Mercer, Richard Evans, Tony Adamson, Fred Perry, Christine Janes, Barbara Potter, David Lloyd and Frew McMillan. Sports news on the hour.
Hazel Townson 's book. When
Kip and his friend Herbie dash into Belle's Bazaar for some toothpaste, they unwittingly buy Purple Speckled TRUTHpaste instead. With school speech day coming up. they soon realise some sensational possibilities. Dramatised by Robin Kingsland
Robert Leeson 's six-part adaptation of his popular Jan Whitfield trilogy. 3: Jan at Work
Jan leaves school to take up her mother's old job in personnel. She finds herself torn between the workforce and the management. Then she discovers that it isn't just her mother's job that she has inherited.
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