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Adrian Chiles's cycle ride takes him to a roadside cafe, a wine merchant and to the world's tallest town crier. In the studio, viewers' questions on mortgages are answered by broker Pat Bunton. Email [email address removed] or via [web address removed].

Contributors

Reporter:
Adrian Chiles
Expert:
Pat Bunton
Editor:
Tracey Hobbs

Ominous drama starring Robert Stack and Dorothy Malone. A fire in the boiler room of a veteran American liner sparks off an explosion that threatens the survival of the ship and her passengers. Review page 54. Director Andrew L Stone (1960)

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Stack
Unknown:
Dorothy Malone.
Director:
Andrew L Stone

Regional Variations (2)

The Curious House Guest

Series 1

Burghley House

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC Two East

Available for years

Lady Victoria Leatham, resident of Burghley House in Lincolnshire, invites Jeremy Musson to spend a weekend exploring her family home's long and rich history. Show more

4/12. December promises tankards of authentic 17th-century booze as the experts prepare to celebrate Christmas, but first winter clothes must be made and a wood store built. Owen Teale narrates.

Contributors

Narrator:
Owen Teale
Producer:
Peter Sommer
Series Producer:
David Upshal

Regional Variations (2)

In The Footsteps of Churchill

Episode 3: The Return of the Military Man

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

The disastrous Gallipoli campaign of the First World War saw Churchill forced from office. He then rejoined the army, travelling to the Western Front to take command of a battalion. Show more

A nectar bar is created to showcase some of the best late-summer perennials. Sarah gives the cottage garden a tidy and Joe assesses the ponds.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors Alan Titchmarsh 's 30-minute gardener: page 32

Contributors

Producer:
Andy Vernon
Producer:
Sarah Moors
Producer:
Alan Titchmarsh

1/3. A compelling dramatisation of Patrick Hamilton's tale of unrequited love in 1930s London.

The Midnight Bell pub is the scene of desperate longing as barman Bob pursues an infatuation with streetwalker Jenny.
Dramatised by Kevin Elyot
(First shown on BBC4)

Contributors

Author:
Patrick Hamilton
Dramatised by:
Kevin Elyot
Producer:
Kate Harwood
Director:
Simon Curtis
Bob:
Bryan Dick
Ella:
Sally Hawkins
Jenny:
Zoe Tapper
Governor:
Tony Haygarth
Governor's wife:
Jacqueline Tong
Violet:
Mile Shirley
Ernest Eccles:
Phil Davis
Mr Sounder:
Anthony O'Donnell
Bank teller:
Richard O'Callaghan
Landlady:
Kathy Burke

Regional Variations (2)

Extras

BBC Two Wales (Analogue)
BBC Two Wales

2/4. The anatomy of northern food, with contributions from the likes of Jenny Eclair, Shobna Gulati, Noddy Holder, Stuart Maconie, Carole Malone, Mark Radcliffe, Stephen Tompkinson, Tony Wilson and Michael Winner. Keith Barron narrates.

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Contributors

Narrator:
Keith Barron
Director/Producer:
Pip Banyard
Participant:
Jenny Eclair
Participant:
Shobna Gulati
Participant:
Noddy Holder
Participant:
Stuart Maconie
Participant:
Carole Malone
Participant:
Mark Radcliffe
Participant:
Stephen Tompkinson
Participant:
Tony Wilson
Participant:
Michael Winner

Julie Myerson , Mark Kermode and Kwame Kwei-Armah discuss the latest cultural offerings. Kirsty Wark hosts.

Contributors

Presenter:
Kirsty Wark
Producer:
Tanya Hudson
Panellist:
Julie Myerson
Panellist:
Mark Kermode
Panellist:
Kwame Kwei-Armah

Action from Tuesday night's album-of-the-year awards featuring, among others,
Coldplay, Kaiser Chiefs and the Magic Numbers. With Jools Holland and Jo Whiley. See Tuesday's choice. Director Phil Heyes : Producer Alison Howe

Contributors

Unknown:
Kaiser Chiefs
Unknown:
Jools Holland
Unknown:
Jo Whiley.
Director:
Phil Heyes
Producer:
Alison Howe

Tough drama starring
Missy Crider. Aspiring singer Aggie is sent to a brutal prison after being framed for the murder of a sleazy record company executive. Review page 54.
Director John McNaughton (1994,15)

Contributors

Director:
John McNaughton

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