5/5 Tony has proven himself as a father, but his wife wants a new start 200 miles away.
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4/5 Tony is outraged when his parenting skills are assessed during his children's visits.
3/5 Tony wants 50-50 access to his children, but his wife threatens to fight him all the way.
2/5 Tony assumes that he can see his children whenever he wants to, but Clare has other ideas.
1/5 Electrician Tony has no idea his wife has had enough of him and wants him out of her life.
Something is bothering Advocate Depute Jo Ross about her first murder trial.
5/5 In a packed and stifling courtroom, Jo puts her career on the line.
4/5 Jo suspects that the man she's prosecuting for murder isn't guilty.
3/5 Edinburgh is wilting in the heat, and Jo's murder case is going pear shaped.
2/5 Jo visits a private school and turns up some surprising information about the dead man.
1/5 Something is bothering Advocate Depute Jo Ross about her first murder trial.
A student and an eminent historian share the same passion for Wales and the Welsh language
5/5 Sharon protests against the Investiture by taking part in a vigil at Cilmeri.
4/5 Sharon and friends petition the BBC for more programmes in Welsh.
3/5 Sharon and her friends in the Welsh Language Society continue their peaceful protests.
2/5 Sharon learns of the disaster at Aberfan while hitchhiking back from a night out.
1/5 A student and an eminent historian share the same passion for Wales and the Welsh language
An omnibus edition of Shelagh Stephenson's drama.
5/5 Richard Fallon MP has hired himself a publicist to up his profile in the media.
4/5 Phil and his wife imagine they are dying of creeping invisibility. They could be right.
3/5 Howard is a chef whose son ridicules cooking, preferring to try his hand at The X Factor.
2/5 Caroline thinks her child's a genius because she dreams of 'being somebody'.
1/5 Martha is a sincere, caring psychotherapist, but deep down she's losing patience.