From St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square. Alleluia, Sing to Jesus
(Hyfrydol); Matthew 28, wl6-20; Gloria in Excelsis Deo (Weelkes); Christ Triumphant (Guiting Power). With the Choir of the Church of St
Martin-in-the-Fields. Director of music Paul Stubbings. See also 7.20pm
A four-part comedy serial by Sudha Bhuchar and Shaheen Khan. 3: Dan and Sonal move house. Vinny and Ali try to assert some control over their young son, who is causing havoc because Vinny is pregnant. Ramesh turns up at Sonal's house unannounced. with Susan Sheridan. Ameet Chaana , Cal McCrystal, Roger Liddle , Shiv Grewal , Burt Caesar , Omar Salimi. Alice Arnold , Sophie Levy and Nyla Levy. Director Kristine Landon-Smith
By Mark Riblin. Sydney has been disabled from birth, but his indomitable spirit keeps him fighting to be treated like everyone else. with Peter Macqueen , Richard Curnow and Kim Durham. Director Sue Wilson
Paul Allen reviews The Spanish
Tragedy, the 16th-century play that Shakespeare drew upon in writing
Hamlet. Plus a report from Russia on Ralph Fiennes in Ivanov.
Producer Paul Quinn. Revised rpt at 9.30pm
Nick Revell 's six-part comedy saga continues. Starring David Swift as Obadiah, Maggie Steed as Alice,
Alison Steadman as Jane, and Nick Revell as Tony.
2: Tony returns to West Yorkshire and the family he left a decade earlier. with Peter Gunn , Peter Serafinowicz and Natalie Walter. Music by Paul Mottram Producer Paul Schlesinger
From St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square. Hail the Day That Sees Him Rise (Llanfair); Movements from
Gloria (Vivaldi); Look, Ye Saints , the Sight Is Glorious (Regent Square); The Head, That Once Was Crowned with Thorns (St Magnus). Readings: Daniel 7, w9-14; Ephesians 1, W15-23; Luke 24, w44-53.
Staff from BBC Religion join the Daily Service Singers, the New English
Orchestra and Choirgirl of the Year Helen Massey. Celebrant the Rev
David Winter. Preacher the Very Rev Gilleasbuig Macmillan. Director of music Nigel Swinford. Producer Philip Billson
The Battle Done
After a six-week general election campaign, the results are finally in. Peter Kellner assesses the significance of the 1997 poll and the prospects for the next five years.
Producers Michael Blastland. Anthony Dworkin Repeated Sunday 4.15pm
The first of a four-part comedy series, written by Martin Glynn.
The Cougars' star player Neville is in love with Deena. Can the basketball team win their next game without him? with Robbie Gee, Don Gilet , Alex Jones and Denzil Edmead. Director Tanya Nash
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