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New series 1/4. Lesley Garrett hosts a live entertainment show, with special guests, that probes various aspects of Christmas. Producer Caroline Gidman ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin
John Craven visits the Royal Welsh Winter Fair. including
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Harrogate Railway v MansReU Town All eyes on Station View and this second-round FA Cup fixture (kick-off 1.10). Harrogate, who are the joint lowest ranked team left in the competition, play in Unibond Division One (North) while Mansfield are in League
Two. Coverage of the third-round draw, which sees entry of the top clubs, follows the game. Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor
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Dr Sloan sets out to discover who threatened a lawyer
9/13; series two. Lardner's Ring The outlaw receives a message.
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Aled Jones marks the beginning of Advent with a visit to Hexham Abbey, Northumberland. Hymns include 0 Come, 0 Come Emmanuel and Hills of the North, Rejoice, sung by members of the Royal School of Church Music.
2/5. August 1842. Panic erupts after eavesdropping unveils startling news which threatens Cranford. Shown last Sunday on BBC1
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At Powis Castle in Wales a Doctor Who script and a piece of pottery that could have fetched a fortune.
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3/5. November 1842. Suspicion and mistrust ripple through Cranford and Miss Pole resorts to desperate measures to safeguard her treasures.
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3/3. Blair in Power. Examining Tony Blair 's conversion from a consensus politician who brought together many shades of public opinion, to a leader who divided Britain and, on many issues, found himself isolated from his party and his country.
Director/Producer Sally Brindle
Drama based on the life and career of the country singer who became an international star after the release of Annie's Song. Review page 48.
Director Jerry London (2000, PG)
Eugene Cernan recalls his time as Apollo 17 commander.
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