A six-part drama by Nigel Baldwin.
Starring Bonnie Langford as Tuth and Leslie Phillips as the Author, with Hugh Quarshie , Robert Glenister , Kate Binchy and Steve Hodson.
1: Tuth the tooth has been cruelly extracted from her
Mouth, and finds herself on the way to Sarey Bewarey Dark Places.
from the Belfry.
Tony Adamson introduces commentary on the 12 singles which will decide the 1993 Johnnie Walker
Ryder Cup. Tommy Horton , Ken Brown , Andrew Murray and Trish Johnson are the on-course experts.
Plus motor racing from the Portuguese Grand Prix, motorcycling from the Spanish Grand Prix and Ipswich v Tottenham
Hotspur in the FA Carling Premiership.
7.20 Generals of the Revolution: the building of the trans-Atlantic telegraph
7.40 Talking About the Enlightenment 8.00 The Political imagery of Queen Elizabeth I 8.20 Assignment 103 8.40 Maths:
Relations 9.00 Open Forum 9.20 Art Works 9.40 Women's Studies: The Way She Tells 'Em
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