New. Soprano Natalya Romaniw represents Wales as she competes against singers from Australia, Chile, America and the Czech Republic for a place in the final. Bass-baritone Gerald Finley and vocal coach Mary King join
Petroc Trelawny to offer expert analysis, with Josie D'Arby talking to the competitors in rehearsal. The contest continues tomorrow at 7.30pm.
2/3. Following Robert and Helen Simpson as they try to hang on to their historic
14th-century Herefordshire home, Burton Court. The couple started a soft-fruit farm and costume-and-curio museum to pay for the maintenance of the house but have still been struggling to make ends meet. Episode three is tomorrow, 9pm.
Concert showcasing the talent of the British rock star, who performs tracks from her solo album Uh Huh Her. The singer brings an energetic set to LSO St Luke's in London, with hits such as Big Exit, Dress, The Letter and Shame.
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