The second of the 13-part series of the comedy about a less-than-tuneful choir. When Lenny starts selling apples, the Vicar suspects they come from his prized tree. Lenny
JOE MURPHY. Frankie JOHN WATERHOUSE. Ice-D JOTHAM ANNAN. Natalie TONATHA DAVIS , Mickey THOMAS MAHER. Street TIM DOWNIE. Midge REBECCA CLARKE. Tony JOHN LABANOWSKI
. RevWorthington NICK MALONEY
Written by Brian Jordan Repeat
A six-part lifestyle magazine for young people, today checking out the hip-hop and breakdancing scene in London. Plus a look at Second World War memorabilia, skirts for men. a survivor's guide to parties, teen pop star Justin and restyled trainers. With Jean Anderson , Aaron Carpenter , Nigel Clarke , Tina Kelly , Gerard McCabe and Holly Rivers. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2
* Wallace and Gromrt's Pick of the Week: page 30
Followed by Rewind 1950: China Invades Tibet. Tenzin Shoba tells how, at the age of 15, Tibet's Buddhist spiritual leader the Dalai Lama was forced to take flight as Chinese forces moved in. Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2
Sarah Greene and her godson are in Florida, Michael McNally takes part in a singles' sailing holiday off the coast of Turkey,
Holly Samos is horse-trekking in Scotland and three graduating students celebrate in Hong Kong. With Carol Smillie.
Series producer Karen Brown Editor Jannine Waddell
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The police come to a decision about Matthew and Steve.
This week's episodes written by Deborah Cook and Chris Murray ; Producer Jon East Director Angie De Chastelai-Smith
Further cast on Monday
Animal behaviourists help more people with their problem pets. Featuring two donkeys who refuse to take riders, a playful
St Bernard who keeps knocking down his owners and a large pig that needs to diet. With Philippa Forrester and vet Mark Evans.
Series producer Cassie Farrell ; Executive producer Mark Hill BOOKLET: send a cheque for £4, made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed] or order by credit card on 0990 (calls are charged at national rate)
Series offering an intimate insight into six marriages.
Tonight's programme follows the marriage of Newcastle United fan Glen Foster to deputy headteacher Jill Wreith - on the day of the FA Cup final. The event is dogged by problems: not only did Glen want to postpone the wedding after Newcastle defeated Spurs in the semi-final, but guests began to cry off, presumably in favour of watching the final. Narrated by Gaby Roslin.
Director Kirsten Macleod ; Executive producer SuziAplin Subtitled.....
Second of a six-part drama by Lucy Gannon , set in a secondary school.
Starring Lenny Henry
Amanda Redman , Clive Russell Taking up his new post as Hope Park's headteacher, Ian George finds a kindred spirit in Debbie Bryan but makes an enemy of Phil Jakes. See today's choices.
Producer Nicolas Brown ; Director Juliet May Digital widescreen SOUNDTRACK: available on CD from retailers
* In a class of their own: page 24
From Cornwall, the story of a boy and his father who were swept into a sea cave by huge waves; the lifeboat crew that went to rescue them became trapped as well. Plus footage of a typhoon that devastated South Korea.
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Showing as part of Twister Week, this film follows BBC weather forecaster Helen Young as she tours the country learning more about tornados.
Producer Jonathan Brown Subtitled.
Twister Week continues tomorrow at 7pm
US hospital drama double bill.
12.00 A Time to Kill. Shutt is asked to operate on a condemned prisoner.
12.45 A Day in the Life. Dr
Eggert fails to follow procedure for organ transplants.
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Followed by Weather
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