A Virgin Most Pure (Traditional); Genesis 24, wJ.2-26, Luke 2, w4-5; 0 Joseph Being an Old Man Truly (Traditional Arr Leddington-Wright); Father, Hearthe Prayer We Offer (Marching). Director of music Paul Leddington-Wright .
Tiny Mrs Pepperpotgets into trouble at the Christmas market, including falling inside a baked potato. Rescued by Ronan Kitten , she decides to grow full size again with the help of helium gas.
For details and further cast see yesterday
Steve Richards hosts the panel game about politics and politicians, with team captains Roy Hattersley and Sir Patrick Cormack MP. This week's guests are journalist Julia Langdon and broadcaster James COX. Producer Steve Doherty
Helena Kennedy QC concludes a second series of dramatised features about legal cases which led to a change in the law.
4: On Self Deliverance by Rib Davis.
In the seventies Exit published a booklet offering practical help to those wishing to commit suicide, technically a prisonable offence. How did the courts respond and has the ambiguity in the application of the law to cases of "mercy" or assisted killings changed in the nineties?
Director Peter Kavanagh
Dr Colin Brewer:
Mr Justice Lawton:
Mr Justice Woolf:
Nigel Colborn , Pippa Greenwood and Roy Lancaster answer questions posed by members ofSt Margaret's Society and St Margaret's and District Gardeners' Association, Dover. With Chairman Eric Robson. Repeated from Sunday 2pm
The second of two programmes about angels.
People have been meeting angels for centuries, but what shape do these encounters take? What do the angels look like and what effect do they have on the lives of those who see them? Repeated Christmas Day 7.45pm
Looking after a sick or elderly relative can be distressing, particularly for younger people. Dr Graham Easton looks at the strains of being a carer and what can be done to help. Repeated from yesterday 9pm
Last in a comedy series by Simon Brett following the fortunes of three fortysomething sisters.
Emily goes off to university and Victoria is worried that she will not get in touch. Charlotte goes to see Emily to sort things out, but proves to be an acute embarrassment in a student environment.
This week the programme is broadcast live with an invited audience. Michael Buerk,
David Starkey, Janet Daley, Ian Hargreaves and David Cook. What chance is there of the next millennium being better than the last? And what should be our definition of "better"? Well known witnesses drawn from the arts, politics and religions face cross examination from the team. Producer David Coomes. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Last in the series in which John Gribbin explores the strange subatomic world of quantum physics. Beyond Common Sense. A look ahead to the next quantum revolution with the building of the first quantum computers, uncrackable codes, teleporation and quantum devices the size of a wedding ring. Producer Louise Dalziel
Last in a comedy series by Sean Lock and Martin Trenaman. However much Sean tries to avoid the rest ofthe world, occasionally it will tryto engage with him. This week a romantic neighbour and a group of aggressive children tryto disturb his peace. Starring Sean Lock , Tracy-Ann Oberman , Chris Pavlo , Peter Serafinowicz and Martin Trenaman. Producer Chris Neill
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