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A series of eightprogrammes spanning three weeks in the lives of a group of Lichfield GPs 2: Dr Jeremy Duncan Brownspends his 44th birthday helping a seriously ill young mother who is terrified of dying and an elderly patient who sees nothing to live for.
In a world of sore throats and emergency calls, back aches and cancer scares, there's still time for a laugh - and a kiss and cuddle with the patients! Producers BRIAN KING and SARAH ROWLANDS. BBC Pebble Mill
In the last of six programmes
Roger Worsley visits a holy well and a Berkshire hillside to discover a theory as to the origins of dragons and why one of them won the Grand National. BBCBristol
lain Johnstone hosts the celebrity panel show that brings you magic movie moments.
This week's panel are
Dick Vosburgh , Liz Fraser Angela Douglas and Bernard Cribbins Written and researched by JEREMY PASCALL and PHIL SWERN Producer ANDY ALIFFE. Stereo
'Sun glorious, sea sensational, food fantastic - but wish you weren't here!'The programme i that invites you to share your experiences investigates the pitfalls of holidaying with other people, from churlish men who burn easily to families who fight! Serial: The Healing Art (9) Presenter Jenni Murray
by TED MOORE
As Tom Galley watches over his dying mother's final days, past and present interweave and memories of his own years as a sickly boy come flooding back - memories of the magical circus coming to town and the wonderful Dr Hill who came with cures and comfort to the little family.
Directed by DAVE SHEASBY BBC North East. Stereo
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Later this month 500 bishops representing the world-wide Anglican Communion will journey to Canterbury to assemble for the 1988 Lambeth Conference.
Dr Robert Runcie , Archbishop of Canterbury, has asked the bishops to bring with them the concerns and experience of their own dioceses in this worldwide family of Christians. In the second of two pre-Lambeth programmes,
Gerald Priestland explores how those priorities reflect the wide diversity of ministry within the Anglican Communion and how the agenda will allow those issues to be shared.
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