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Clive Coleman 's five-part sitcom about the questionable practices of a group of barristers.
3: The Cab Rank Rule. Fuller-Carp extols the high moral standards of the Bar. with Jonathan Coy , Paul Shearer , Keith Drinkle and Ann Beach. Producer Paul Schlesinger

Contributors

Unknown:
Clive Coleman
Unknown:
Jonathan Coy
Unknown:
Paul Shearer
Unknown:
Keith Drinkle
Unknown:
Ann Beach.
Producer:
Paul Schlesinger
John Fuller-Carp:
John Bird
Hilary Tripping:
James Fleet
Ruth Quirke:
Lesley Sharp
Vince:
Jonathan Kydd
Newscaster:
Jonathan Kydd

By Guy Fithen. Christopher Cazenove stars as 1930s sleuth
Norman Conquest , and Bonnie Langford as his crime-solving partner Pixie in their greatest adventure yet - proving the Gay Desperado's innocence. with Jonathan Tafler , Anthony Jackson and Gavin Muir. Music by Robert Rigby. Director Adrian Bean. A Mr Punch production

Contributors

Unknown:
Guy Fithen.
Unknown:
Christopher Cazenove
Unknown:
Norman Conquest
Unknown:
Bonnie Langford
Unknown:
Jonathan Tafler
Unknown:
Anthony Jackson
Unknown:
Gavin Muir.
Music By:
Robert Rigby.
Director:
Adrian Bean.
Williams:
Richard Davies
Livingstone:
Colin Spaull
Mrs Herridew:
Kerry Shale
Herridew:
Neville Jason
Curator:
Neville Jason

Paul Gambaccini sees Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, an independent American film starring Andy Garcia , and reviews a stage production of Tolstoy with F Murray Abraham playing the author.
Producer Hilary Dunn. Rvsd rpt 9.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Gambaccini
Unknown:
Andy Garcia
Unknown:
Murray Abraham
Producer:
Hilary Dunn.

In the last programme,
Russell Stannard , Professor of Physics at the Open University, joins a panel chaired by Libby Purves to discuss the series with atheist Lewis Wolpert , Professor of Biology at University College, London; the writer Kitty Ferguson ; and Michael Reiss , an Anglican priest who teaches Biology at the University of Cambridge. Producer Norman Winter

Contributors

Unknown:
Russell Stannard
Unknown:
Libby Purves
Unknown:
Lewis Wolpert
Unknown:
Kitty Ferguson
Unknown:
Michael Reiss
Producer:
Norman Winter

In the last of three programmes, Simon Cadell explores Noel Coward through hisjoumals. Additional commentary from Graham Payn. Edited and introduced by Tony Staveacre. Producer Susan Roberts

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Cadell
Unknown:
Noel Coward
Unknown:
Graham Payn.
Introduced By:
Tony Staveacre.
Producer:
Susan Roberts

In this last conversation with Alan Watson
, diplomat Sir Frank Roberts looks back at his involvement with the country at the heart of this century's conflict in Europe. 3: Germany
Producer Nick Utechin

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Watson
Unknown:
Sir Frank Roberts
Producer:
Nick Utechin

11.00 Seymour the Fractal Cat
A five-part comedy by Gary Parker. 4: Phase Space. As Jeremy Stone finds out, there is no manual for Earth marked "Read Me First". with Robert Bathurst , Paul Bown , Nisha K Nayar . Maria Charles. Julie Gibbs , Simon Greenall. Bhan Bowles and Peter Serafinowicz. Producer Jo Clegg

Contributors

Comedy By:
Gary Parker.
Unknown:
Jeremy Stone
Unknown:
Robert Bathurst
Unknown:
Paul Bown
Unknown:
Nisha K Nayar
Unknown:
Maria Charles.
Unknown:
Julie Gibbs
Unknown:
Simon Greenall.
Unknown:
Bhan Bowles
Unknown:
Peter Serafinowicz.
Producer:
Jo Clegg
Seymour:
Greg Proops
Omni Tec:
John Hegley

Ben Moor 's six-part comedy.
3: The Shape. With Dan Strauss ,
Michael Troughton , Neil Mullarkey , Kerry Shale , Siriol Jenkins and Ben Moor. Producer Jon Naismith

Contributors

Unknown:
Ben Moor
Unknown:
Dan Strauss
Unknown:
Michael Troughton
Unknown:
Neil Mullarkey
Unknown:
Kerry Shale
Unknown:
Ben Moor.
Producer:
Jon Naismith

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