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Beck

Drama series about a woman who runs Locate, a missing persons agency in London. Starring
Amanda Redman
A woman who has been held prisoner by her brutal husband is set free by his death. She asks Beck to track down her wartime love. See today's choices.
Written by Paul Hines ; Producer Jacky Stoller
Director Maurice Phillips
BBC One London

Beck

First of a new six-part drama series about a woman who runs
Locate, a missing persons agency in London. Starring Amanda Redman
When she hears that human remains have been found near Reading, Beck fears that a teenager on the agency's books is dead. See today's choices.
Written by Paul Hines ; Producer Jacky Stoller
Director Maurice Phillips * See This Week: page 10
BBC One London

Beck

Drama series about a woman who runs a missing-persons agency.
Starring Amanda Redman
In the first of a two-part story, Mick introduces Beck to Martin, a middle-aged man who has been found wandering the streets with complete memory loss and Beck tries to discover his identity. The conclusion of this story will be shown on Friday at 9.30pm. See today's choices.
BBC One London

Beck

Drama series about a woman who runs a missing-persons agency.
Starring Amanda Redman.
Beck's personal and professional pride is hit hard after she finds a young mother suffering from depression and reunites her with her family. See today's choices.
BBC One London

Beck

Drama series about a woman who runs a missing persons agency. Starring
Amanda Redman
Beck must find a recently widowed pharmacist. See today's choices.
Written by Paul Hines ; Producer Jacky Stoller
Director Ken Grieve
Andrew Duncan interviews Amanda
Redman: page 20
BBC One London

Beck

Last in the drama series about a woman who runs a missing- persons agency.
Starring Amanda Redman
In the concluding episode of the two-part story begun on Wednesday,
Beck continues to help Andy Dwyer. But is his amnesia genuine? Who took the money from his daughter's trust fund? And is Joan Jacobs 's new lodger all that he claims to be? Beck struggles to find the answers. Seetoday'schoices. For cast see Wednesday
BBC Two England

The Travel Show Caribbean Special

This edition, presented by Penny Junor , includes insider reports on three very different destinations in the Caribbean.
Plus a guide to choosing the right island for different types of holidays.
Amanda Redman , recently seen in the BBC1 detective drama Beck, heads for Puerto Rico, which has been described as "rather like Cuba, but the plumbing works". From the capital San Juan she travels to the island's interior, checkingoutthe local cultural offerings.
Simon Calder , travel editor of The
Independent, discovers that even in the increasingly popular Caribbean it is still possible to get away from it all, on lesser-known islands such as Dominica.
He finds that tropical rainforest treks or hidden inns and hotels offer an alternative to lying on the beach.
And, on his first trip to the islands, comedian Arthur Smith flies to Antigua which, it is claimed, has 365 beaches.
Producer Helen Bullough ; Executive producer
JohnWhiston






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