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Sinead O'Connor reveals how the Old Testament inspired her new album and Andy Sturgeon looks at the role of plants in Christianity. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
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John Craven visits the north
Pennines landscape that inspired JMW Turner and Miriam O'Reilly tackles Britain's first "iron road". Plus Weather for the Week Ahead. Series producer Sarah Gibbs
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The Gypsy Carnival. Michelle has a scheme to release the airmen. Writers Paul Adam and Jeremy Lloyd
Singing for Emmett. Emmet Plans a piano concert.
Writer Roy Clarke
Nildlife adventure. When an set of vandalism leads young tearaway Jesse to an adventure park, he embarks on an unlikely friendship with an Orca whale called Willy and his life starts to change. Review page 53.
Director Simon Wincer (1993, U)
A goat breaks free from its tether and drags
Shaun around the farm.
Richard Wilson appeals for funds on behalf of Action for Blind People.
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Eamonn Holmes visits Londonderry, where Sinead O'Connor sings her own version of / Don't Know How to Love Him from Jesus Christ
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Michael Aspel and the team are at the RHS gardens at Wisley, where finds include a batch of letters written by Lewis Carroll and a carriage clock found in a skip. Producer Michele Burgess Exec producer Christopher Lewis
2/7. Wimpole Hall. Alan Titchmarsh , James Martin and Angellica Bell travel to Cambridgeshire in their quest to find more village show champions.
Series producer Michael Mannes ; Exec producer David Young Alison Graham 's column: page 65
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2/12. As the investigation into George's death begins, Anna and Sarah fear that they will lose everything.
Writer Kate O'Riordan : Producer Jacinta Peel
Director Clara Glynn (HD)
Sgt Colin Meadows:
2/6. Living It Up. Exploring the great country houses of the reign of Elizabeth I, David Dimbleby discovers the exquisite forest of chimneys at Burghley House, decodes the riddle of the mysterious Triangular
Lodge and visits Shakespeare's schoolroom before ending his journey with a look around a rare puritan chapel. Britain in Pictures follows on BBC4.
Director/Producer Sally Benton (HD) Digital viewers can access a photo gallery of images submitted by BBC viewers by pressing red
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Then Weather with Elizabeth Saary.
4/22; series three. Blood Relation. Allison becomes a target for a serial killer from the past.
4/7. Never Say Die: Heavy Metal. The highs and lows of the headbanging oeuvre. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday at 9JOpm on BBC2
Menacing thriller starring
Judge Reinhold and Traci Lords. A case of mistaken identity leads to murder. Review page 53.
Director Larry Cohen (1995, PG) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
Holby City Chrissie feels let down by Mark.
3.00 Antiques Roadshow From Lacock Abbey.
3.50 Found Reports on abandoned babies.