Jesus, Lord, We Look to Thee (Vienna, BBC HB 374); Philippians 4, w 2-9; Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace (SS Wesley); Da Pacem Domine (Taize); Like a Mighty River Rowing (Old Yeavering). With the BBC Singers directed by Barry Rose.
A series looking at everyday pieces of furniture and the stories they tell. 2: What's Hiding in the Wardrobe? Antique or self-assembly, stripped pine or melamine, wardrobes hold not just our clothes but the intimate secrets of our lives. Why are they the perfect hiding place? Presented by Clare Jenkins. Producer Julia Shaw
by Gary Brown. A six-part comedy series starring Jim Sweeney as Phil, Caroline Quentin as Sarah and Shirley Stelfox as Fay. 2: Roots. Phil has promised to take Sophie to a local playgroup, but which one?
Producer Ann Jobson
Another classic mystery starring Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
6: The Second Stain. The loss of a letter vital to the security of the country brings a visit to Baker Street from the Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary.
Violinist Leonard Friedman Dramatised by Bert Coules Director Enyd Williams
Right Hon Trelawney Hope, MP:
Lady Hilda Trelawney Hope:
Mitton, Lucas' valet:
Fenton, the butler:
Mark Steyn reviews the latest film releases, including the controversial film about the Japanese, Rising Sun. And he also looks at a new play based on the extraordinary relationship between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West. Producer Razia Iqbal (Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
Tim Sebastian begins a searching four-part investigation of the role of the international
"enterprise" crook. In every country of the world the criminal entrepreneur is at work piling up profits through fraud, drugs or arms deals. Do their dirty deeds have the capacity to corrupt everyone or should people simply turn a blind eye?
1: Oh, Those Russians-Moscow's Powerful "Mafia ".
Producer Sue Davies
Can You Hear Me?
The communications revolution is speeding up and telecoms companies such as BT are busy forming global alliances with which to face the future.
But do they know where they are heading? Presented by Peter Day.
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