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Writer and comedian Ben Elton talks about his spiritual side to Alice Beer and Ross Kelly ; Chris Beardshaw visits a garden that is transforming part of inner-city Manchester; and Trish Adudu tries to glean insights on life as she peruses the week's press. Producer ZoeCallan; Series producer Abigail Saxon
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Tom Heap discusses the implications of Common
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Jeremy Vine and team present their unique view of politics. From 12.35, in-depth local stones, presented for viewers in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.00 News.
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The Royal Train. Mainwaringand co prepare to greet the king. Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Hyacinth's plan to keep Richard occupied backfires on her.
Writer Roy Clarke
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6/13. My Will Be Done. Nick starts work as an undertaker. Writers Ian Brown and James Hendrie
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Aled Jones hosts a performance edition, with music from Lesley Garrett , Heather Small and Hayley Westenra. Bryn Terfel leads a traditional male-voice choir version of When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, while Aled himself performs a Handel aria. Hymns include When a Knight Won His Spurs and Abide with Me. www.bbc.co.uk/religion
5/6. Roman Invasion. Nick Knowles takes an irreverent look at the two incursions Julius Caesar made into Britain, before his successful conquest in 54 BC.
Director Simon Everson : Producer Annie Heather
See also Colosseum - Rome Arena of Death at 7pm on BBC4
Royal Holloway College, Surrey, again plays host as viewers bring their collectables- including two bargain jugs, a watch and ring - to be valued by experts. With Michael Aspel.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
There were two women in Trollope's life, his wife Rose and the feminist Kate Reid. Kate profoundly influenced Trollope's writing, and the independent Caroline Spalding in He Knew He Was Right is her embodiment. Stephen Fry narrates this companion piece to the drama, which continues at 9pm.
The makeover team arrive in Tinseltown to rebuild the garden at a community health clinic after it was the subject of an arson attack Old friends come to the rescue as the garden gets a new pergola, plants and a water feature.
Director John Thomicroft ; Executive producer David Bemath , Carol Hastam Great gardening offers: page
3/4. Louis arrives back in London to reclaim his son. The last instalment of Trollope's saga premieres at 10pm on BBC4.
Dramatised by Andrew Davies ; Producer Nigel Stafford-Clark
Director Tom Vaughan www.bbc.co.uk/drama/heknew
Sir Marmaduke Rowley:
Rona Bruce. Weather Helen Willetts.
Comedy. Stroppy teenagers Kevin and Perry are fed up with being virgins and want to be DJs, so they head to Ibiza, home of the best clubs and carefree sex. There's just one catch - Kevin's parents want to come too. Review page 56.
Director Ed Bye (2000, 15) Rim Highlights: page 53
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A Muslim in the Family. Why have 14,000 Britons recently converted to Islam despite tensions between proponents of eastern and western dogmas? Rageh Omaar investigates. Director Roger Childs ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Star Birth. Patrick Moore looks into the largely unexplained science of how stars come to be.
Series producer Jane Fletcher Rptd next Saturday on BBC2
Horror starring Vincent
Price and Diana Rigg. The police are baffled when London's leading theatre critics are killed, bizarrely, in parodies of deaths in Shakespeare plays. Review page 56.
Director Douglas Hickox (1973, 18)
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