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In a celebration of Pentecost, which marks the day when the coming of the Holy Spirit was witnessed by people across the world, the Bishop of Birmingham, the Rt Rev Dr John Sentamu , celebrates Holy Communion in Small Heath, Birmingham.
A multicultural feast of music, led by the City of Birmingham Young Voices and Psalm Drummers, includes Father, Lord of All Creation; Siya Hamba ; and He Came
Down That We May Have Love. Director John Kirby ; Producer
Claire Campbell Smith See also Songs of Praise at 5.10pm
A deserving mum enjoys a day out. Hosted by Ingrid Tarrant and Amanda Lamb.
Ramblers take on a landowner and seals are released back into the wild. Including 11.55, weather for the week. www.bbc.co.uk/factsheets/countryfile EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Can the troop get battle-worthy feet?
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May the Best Man Win. Ben is asked to be a best man. Written by Georgia Pritchett
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Pentecost finds Aled Jones at Exeter Cathedral, where he is joined by over 500 members of the Royal School of Church Music celebrating their 75th anniversary. Hymns include Come Down, 0 Love Divine;
Come, Holy Ghost; Christ Has No Body; and Father, Lord of All Creation.
A race against time tests Gordon's patience and puts him at odds with Peter in the third of the mountain-rescue drama.
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A Cossack dagger and a drawing by Edward Dulac are among the treasures at Melksham, Wiltshire. With Michael Aspel. Producer Mlchele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Envisaging a Globe Theatre for the Midlands, the team create a combined garden and stage in Northampton. But what awaits when they revisit the site one year on? Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
Are the miraculous occurrences in Ormston really the work of God?
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Stephen is disgusted over his wife's affair and tries to ruin Cal's reputation. Part five follows at 10pm on BBC4.
Written by Paul Abbott ; Producer Hilary Bevan Jones ; Director David Yates
Repeated Fri 11.30pm on BBC4 www.bbc.co.uk/stateofplay The editor's journalistic ambitions: page 14
With Fiona Bruce. Weather Rob McElwee.
On the eve of the Government's decision on whether Britain should join the euro, Gavin Esler debates the issues with politicians and journalists.
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Thriller starring Ray Liotta. A flight from
I New York to Los Angeles is enlivened when two convicted criminals board the plane. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director Robert Butler (1997, 18)
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* Thriller starring Michael Caine. Tensions arise when a jewel thief teams up with a multi-millionaire and his wife to commit crimes. Review page 57.
Director Bryan Forbes (1968)