New Testament Turkey Pilgrimage
From the Church of the Virgin Mary at Ephesus, presented by the Rev Angela Tilby. Ye Servants of God, Your Master Proclaim; Acts 19, w23-41; Magnificat; Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones.
Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Llewella Gideon stars in Lisselle Kayla 's four-part comedy series about an ambitious black girl who dreams of becoming a chat show queen. 3: Face Value. The show has failed to deliver, but Emerald is too desperate to give up so easily. with Dean Hill , Iwan Thomas and Jo Martin Director Pam Fraser Solomon
A black comedy by Matthew Solon. What does it take to ruin someone else's life? The Albrights are a charming and successful family. But they are being destroyed by someone with a grudge. with Ellie Haddington, Beth Winslet ,
Joe Hutton , Harry Ditson , Rob Jarvis , Matthew Solon and Pandora Ormsby Gore Director John Dryden
The Yoricks are three middle-aged
Lancashire men trying to make sense of their existence. Three programmes track them as they arise from their winter sloth in search of inspiring new pastimes. 1: Sprightly Running Producer Harry Parker
The Butter Factor
The only comedy team that offers advice on sharing your flat with a bear, featuring the return of the first man on Mars. With Gerard Foster , Dave Lamb , Gordon Southern,
Tim Verrinder , Ben Ward and Richard Webb. Producer Adam Tandy
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
Political asylum is a noble ideal given international force after the horrors of the Second World War. Chris Bowlby describes how this idealism has struggled to survive in the age of mass migration.
Editor Gwyneth Williams. Repeated Sunday 5pm
Perrier Award-winners Mark Gatiss ,
Reece Shearsmith , Steve Pemberton and Jeremy Dyson star in a blackly comic sketch show in six parts. 2: The town of Spent is holding a fun run.
Producer Sarah Smith Repeat
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