From St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, led by the Rev Johnston McKay. Acts 2, wl4-21; Holy Spirit, Ever Living (Abbot's Leigh); Spirit of Mercy, Truth and Love (Hereford); Litany to the Holy Spirit. Choir directed by Timothy Byram-Wigfield . Organist Stuart Nicholson.
Five-part comedy series about the questionable practices of a group of barristers. 4: A Case with a View
Fuller-Carp's ambitions to become a QC take a downward turn. Starring
John Bird , James Fleet and Sarah Lancashire. With Jonathan Kydd , Jonathan Coy , Rachel Atkins , John Rowe , Chris Pavlo and Steven Emrys. Written by Clive Coleman Producer Paul Schlesinger
The final edition of the award-winning antidote to panel games comes from the King's Theatre in Southsea. With Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden , Tim Brooke-Taylor , Sandi Toksvig ,
Humphrey Lyttleton and Colin Sell. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated Sunday
By John Peacock. A woman arrives in Porthant Bay with just a handbag and a dog. Part 1 of 5. with Becky Hindley , Diane Berriman.
Sean Arnold and Brian Parr. Producer David Hunter Repeated from 10.45am
Bingo! Andrew Lincoln stars as Christian in another of Martin Jameson 's darkly satirical dramas. It is 2003, and the new government establishes a state bingo to fund the health service. with Malcolm Hebden , Jane Hollowood , Jimmy Hibbert , Chris Cooke , Melissa Sinden , Caroline Sugden and Hannah Wilkinson. Music by Paul Cargill. Director Martin Jameson
Five programmes in which
Maya Angelou reads extracts from her book of essays published to celebrate her 70th birthday. 1: A House Can Hurt, a Home Can Heal and Aging
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