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A rapid invasion, followed by the introduction of some exotic cuisine. (Revised repeat) RT DIRECT: book What The Past Did for Us £14.99 (RRP E16.99) inc p&p. Send a cheque payable to Radio Times, to [address removed] or call [number removed](national rate)

1 Come On Irene. Irene would like to surprise her fiance by singing at their wedding, but fear of failure is holding her back. Enter Carrie and David Grant.
Series producer Juliet Dwek ; Executive producer Martin Scott

Contributors

Unknown:
David Grant.
Producer:
Juliet Dwek
Producer:
Martin Scott

12/12. It's the day of the big snow and ice event, and the Austrians have only a few hours to transform the grotty school gym into an Alpine grotto. More to the point, it's the moment of truth, as the residents of Sedbergh go to the polls to decide which town will be their new twin. <S)

Regional Variations (2)

Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife

Series 1

AUGUST IN WILTSHIRE

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Bill Oddie turns off the M4 motorway to find himself in a wildlife wonderland in the heart of England.

Secrets of the Maya Underworld. Beneath the jungle-clad temples of Mexico's Yucatan, lies the world's largest network of flooded caves and subterranean rivers. Divers exploring this surreal landscape have discovered strange new animals, as well as remains of the ancient Mayans. Simon MacCorkindale narrates. Producer Tim Scoones ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/nature

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon MacCorkindale
Producer:
Tim Scoones
Editor:
Tim Martin

Grouse, Hares and Stags. Red deer, blue hares and camouflaged grouse - cameraman Gordon Buchanan sets out to capture some colourful moorland wildlife. Producer Roger Webb : Series producer Wendy Darke

Contributors

Unknown:
Gordon Buchanan
Producer:
Roger Webb
Producer:
Wendy Darke

3/3. Look over Your Shoulder. Ben discovers that the path of true love never runs smooth, in the conclusion to Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais 's dramatisation of Jonathan Coe 's darkly humorous novel.
Producer Chrissy Skinns ; Director Tony Smith Rptd next Sat

Contributors

Unknown:
Dick Clement
Unknown:
Ian La Frenais
Unknown:
Jonathan Coe
Producer:
Chrissy Skinns
Director:
Tony Smith Rptd
Barbara Chase:
Sarah Lancashire
Bill Anderton:
Hugo Speer
Nigel Plumb:
Julian Rhind-Tutt
Sam Chase:
Mark Williams
Ben Trotter:
Geoff Breton
Doug Anderton:
Nicholas Shaw
Philip Chase:
Rasmus Hardiker
Colin Trotter:
Kevin Doyle
Sheila Trotter:
Rebecca Front
Cicely Boyd:
Alice Eve
Claire Newman:
Cara Horgan
Harding:
Rafe Spall
Irene Anderton:
Elizabeth Berrington
Lois Trotter:
Alice O'Connell
Paul Trotter:
Sebastian Harding
Ursula Boyd:
Eleanor David
Donald Newman:
Roderick Smith
Jennifer Hawkins:
Lucy Close
Richards:
Peter Bankole
Culpepper:
Henry Lloyd-Hughes
Waring:
Chris Rankin
Headmaster:
Geoffrey Whitehead
Miss Watson:
Linda Spurrier
Reg:
Christopher Fairbank
Uncle Glyn:
John Pierce Jones
Jack Forrest:
Tony Hayqarth
Voice of adult Ben:
Hugh Bonneville

The rise and rise of Viagra has created a F-1.5 billion worldwide market in a pill which, for some, has become more recreational drug than impotence aid. As rivals of the drug's manufacturer Pfizer fight for a share of the spoils, the Money Programme reveals the inside story of this business phenomenon and asks just how long it can continue. Narrated by Adrian Chiles. Producer Martin Small ; Series editor Clive Edwards

Contributors

Unknown:
Adrian Chiles.
Producer:
Martin Small
Editor:
Clive Edwards

Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 History Schama Shorts. Selected chapters from A History of Britain. 12497 4.00 History Schama Shorts. Plus KS3 Curriculum Bites Timelines 1066-1660

Contributors

Unknown:
Schama Shorts.
Unknown:
Schama Shorts.

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