New. Petroc Trelawny and Josie D'Arby introduce the third concert of the competition. Bass Tomislav Lucic of Croatia, soprano Izabela Matula of Poland, baritone Csaba Szegedi of Hungary, countertenor Yuriy Mynenko of Ukraine and soprano Claire Meghnagi of Israel compete for a place in the final. The contest continues tomorrow at 7.30pm.
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1/3. Series following the owners of country houses as they raise money to keep their properties in good repair. The resident family rejects plans for Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire. Episode two is tomorrow at 9pm.
The Artist Formerly Known as Cat Stevens. A profile of Yusuf Islam , the singer/songwriter formerly called
Cat Stevens , who abandoned his musical career to convert to Islam. Alan Yentob asks him about spiritual depression, the importance of Islam in his life, and his return to music after an absence of 23 years.
The artist previously known as Cat Stevens gives his first solo concert performance for nearly 30 years, at
Porchester Hall in London. Accompanied by a 12-strong band, he performs some of his best-loved songs.
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