From Pembrokeshire's St David 's Cathedral, led by Alistair McGhee.
Matthew 16, wl3-20; Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation; Ah, Holy Jesu,
How Hast Thou Offended; King of Glory, King of Peace. Director of music
Geraint Bowen. Organist Michael Slaney.
Three stories of lives lived as lies, by Sarah Burton and Nick Baker. 2: Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance was a movie star, writer, athlete and champion of the Native American cause. But with his death came disgrace. With Nick Baker. Producer Steve Shepherd Repeat
A six-part series of Christopher Fitz -Simon's comedy drama. 3: Phonsie and Muriel are desperate to complete renovations of the Hoover cottage before the arrival of an American delegation. with Aine McCartney , Charlie Bonnar and Cathy White. Director Eoin O'Callaghan
The grand final of this year's competition. Peter Snow puts questions on Test cricket, Athens in the fifth century BC, Robert the Bruce and the Rebecca riots. Producer Paul Bajoha. Repeated Sunday 1.30pm
Five programmes in which award-winning writer Ian Rankin investigates the history of the police officer in crime fiction. 1: A Literary Sensation. The beginning of the 19th century. Producer Ian Docherty
By Mike Walker , based on the original story by Michele Hanson. Gillian tries to restore the art of conversation by disconnecting the television. Part 1 of 5. with Luisa Bradshaw-White and Irene Sutcliffe Director Cathryn Horn. Repeated from 10.45am
Doing It Their Way. Tony Blair claims to have found a "third way" between the old left and the new right.
Frances Cairncross asks what Labour's latest big idea really adds up to.
Producer Anthony Dworkin. Repeated Sunday
Bill Matthews 's four-part comedy series set in 1947. 2: As the FA Cup final looms, it seems Eric will not be able to broadcast from within the stadium. with John Salthouse , Dax O'Callaghan , Jeremy Child , Nicholas Pepper , Jane Whittenshaw and Melanie Hudson. Director Sally Avens
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