From Birmingham Cathedral. Give Me, 0 Christ, the Strength (Farley Castle); Ephesians 6, wl3-18; I Bind unto Myself Today (St Patrick); Fight the Good Fight (Duke Street). With
Birmingham Cathedral Girls' Choir. Director of music Marcus Huxley.
The final episode of Julie Wilkinson 's five-part epic coalfield drama. Scraping the Barrel. It is 1997. With the pit closed, the people ofTeversby are struggling to survive. But new opportunities are on the horizon. with Sara Poyzer , Lesley Nicol , Nathaniel Duncan. Alison Darling , Ben Marshall , Brian Smith , Emilie Oldknow , Andrew Pope , Eric Coudrill , Robert Whelan and Melissa Sinden Director Martin Jameson
West Indies v England
The Fifth Test from Barbados.
Commentary on the first day's play by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Christopher Martin-Jenkins . With expert comment from Mike Selvey , Trevor Bailey and Everton Weekes. Including at 4.10* News and Test Match Special Feature
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By Philip Osment. Richard and Melanie take a holiday in Spain after Richard's retirement. The truth of their relationship is exposed in the unfamiliar surroundings. with Lesley Nicol , Aitor Basauri , David Bannerman. Rachel Atkins and James Richards. Director Kristine Landon-Smith
A six-part comedy-drama, created by Jim Eldridge and written by Andy Rashleigh. Starring Karl Howman as Mr Sims , and James Grout as Mr Beeston , the head teacher. 3: Relative Values. A testing time for two little girls. with Vivienne Martin. Tom Watson , Karen Archer , Sarah McDonnell and Jade Williams Producer John Fawcett Wilson Repeat
Four programmes in which Andy Kershaw travels the world to investigate concerns over the increasing scarcity of water. 1: Water Wars. For millennia, the River Nile has been Egypt's only water supply. But now, upstream countries have the potential to turn off Egypt's taps permanently. Producer Jeremy Grange
Beyond Babel? It is said that English is becoming the first truly global language as a result of American economic power and technologies like the internet. But does economics tell us the full story? Andrew Dilnot examines the predictions. Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm
Six programmes exploring the difficulties that have faced the children of immigrant families living in Britain. 5: llze Mason, of Latvian descent, describes the problems she experienced as a child who did not speak English. Producer Martin Kurzik
By PD James , dramatised in six parts by Neville Teller.
In the final episode, the murder of Hilary Robarts is proving difficult to solve, even with Adam Dalgliesh 's help. with Suzanne Bertish , Dermot Crowley , Amita Dhiri , Susannah Doyle , Dominic Jephcott , Will Johnson , Sasha Paul , Emily Richard ,
John Baddeley , Geoffrey Beevers. Joanna Brookes , Paola Dionisotti , David Enders , John Gower , Michael Grandage. Caroline John , Vaughan Sivelle , Jonathan Tafler , David Timson and Kate Wilton. Producer Matthew Walters
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