A six-part dramatisation of Mary Wesley 's s novel with Beatie Edney as Poppy Carew. 3: Old flames and the racing fraternity turn up at Poppy's father's funeral. With Raad Rawi and Malcolm Ward Director Jane Morgan
Her Majesty the Queen distributes the Royal Maundy at a service in Truro Cathedral. Processional Hymn: Praise to the Holiest: Psalm 138; Hymn: Lord Christ who on thy deart didst bear; Lesson: St
John 13, w 1-16; Lord for thy tender mercy's sake (trad.); Wash me thoroughly (S S Wesley); Ubi Caritas (Durufle); We wait for thy loving kindness (McKie); Lesson: Matthew 25, w 3146 read by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh; 0 Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth (Byrd); Zadok the Priest (Handel); Hymn: When I survey the wondrous cross; National Anthem.
Directors of Music Richard Popplewell and David Briggs. Commentary by John Dunn.
In Chris Allen 's satirical look at Big Business, Colin Page finds himself chairman of a multinational company.
Director Matthew Walters
Sue Townsend's The Queen and I comes to the stage in Leicester, and Helen Mirren and John Hurt return to the West End in Turgenev's A Month in the Country. Robert Dawson Scott reports.
Producer John Goudie (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
In 1969, Donald Crowhurst 's abandoned boat was found 2,000 miles from home after his attempt at the fastest solo non-stop circumnavigation of the globe. His logbooks revealed his anguish, but also a desperate attempt to deceive the world. Producer John Theocharis
The latest - and last - series of Peter Tinniswood 's popular comedy. With Bill Wallis , Shirley Dickson , Maurice Denham , Christian Rodska and LizGoulding.
1: So This Is What Happiness Is All About. Nancy and Winston are back home in Winterleaf Gunner.
Director Shaun MacLoughlin
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