A six-part comedy by Elizabeth Baines. 3: Keeping It in the Family. How can the Abbases take part in the babysitting circle, when doctor Tariq works all hours? with Jane Hazlegrove. Lyndam Gregory. Anthony Hickling , Rina Mahoney.
Shaun Parkes. Holly Grainger and Ciaran Griffiths Director Andy Jordan
From Westminster Abbey. Friends of the late poet laureate, including
Seamus Heaney and Derek Walcott , give thanks for his life and read from his work. The service includes music performed by Alfred Brendel , the Tallis Scholars and the Abbey's Special Services Choir. Introduced by Francine Stock.
By Robin Brooks. Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the greatest architects and designers Scotland has produced. Much of his early inspiration came from a collaborative group of artists and lovers for whom immortality was the ultimate goal. But art and love rarely last forever.
Director Clive Brill
Charles Rennie Mackintosh:
Andy Hamilton 's comedy, set in hell. 2: Another Country. Satan introduces the Professor to Bill Clinton. with Robert Duncan , Andy Hamilton , Philip Pope , Michael Fenton Stevens. Felicity Montagu and Nick Revell
Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer Repeat
The Rev Nicholas Holtam conducts a service from St Martin in the Fields,
London, with the Daily Service singers directed by Gordon Stewart. The preacher is the Very Rev Michael
Mayne, Dean Emeritus of Westminster. Producer Stephen Shipley
Counterfeiting is one of the fastest-growing economic crimes in the world. Quentin Cooper asks whether new technological advances can stop the counterfeiter and protect the consumer. Producer Angela Hind
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