New Testament Turkey Pilgrimage
From the Church of St Polycarp, Izmir (Bibilical Smyrna). Presented by the Rev Angela Tilby. Give Me the Wings of Faith to Rise; Revelation 2, w8-ll; Sing, My Tongue, the Glorious Battle; The Strife Is O'er, the Battle Done. Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Four programmes in which Daire
Brehan meets people whose lives have been changed for good or ill by a will.
In this first programme, she hears from People who have found themselves named in a will out of the blue. Producer Bruce Whitney Low
A five-part series of the comedy set in law chambers. 2: The Masons. John Fuller-Carp decides that becoming a Mason will improve his chances of winning cases. Starring John Bird , James Fleet and Sarah Lancashire.
With Jonathan Kydd , Julie Teal , Sanjeev Bhasker and John Rowe. Written by Clive Coleman Producer Paul Schlesinger
Corin Redgrave 's drama is a vivid account of his grandparents' relationship, which blossomed in south London's music halls in the golden era of Edwardian melodrama. With Corin Redgrave , Kika Markham. Producer Richard Wortley
From the City Varieties music hall in Leeds. With Barry Cryer, Graeme Garden, Tim Brooke-Taylor and guest Paul Merton. Humphrey Lyttelton hosts, Colin Sell accompanies. Producer Jon Naismith
Repeated Sunday 12.30pm
By Sue Teddern. Alison's week in Porthant is a voyage of discovery Parti of 5. with Diana Berriman , Alison Pettitt ,
Christopher Scott , David Brookes. Gerard McDermott , Iwan Thomas and Russell Boulter. Producer Janet Whitaker Repeated from 10.45am
The Report. The third of Martin Jameson 's darkly satirical dramas. At British Bolt Conglomerates, the management is about to be hit by the latest tool in the downsizing war. with Malcolm Raeburn , Rod Arthur ,
Fergus O'Donnell and Ben Frain. Music composed by Paul Cargill. Director Martin Jameson
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