By Richard Francis. 3: The perilous journey to America completed, and the War of Independence about to break out, Ann and her followers have escaped into the wilderness to set up their Community. For details see Monday
With the Rev Tony Burnham. Come, Ye Faithful ,
Raise the Anthem (Neander); 1 Peter 1, wl4-22; Most Glorious Lord of Life (Harris); Now Thank We All Our God (Nun Danket). With the John Powell Singers. Director of music John Powell.
Jonathan Glancey examines the relationships between five pairs of cities around the world. 3: Liverpool/Manchester- Broaden Your
Horizons. Located a mere 30 miles apart, the Lancashire cities of Liverpool and Manchester have been inextricably linked since the inception of the Industrial Revolution. However, their recent fortunes make a stark contrast to the industrial boom of years past.
Liverpool, once the second city of Empire, declined as shipbuilding ebbed away and has never really recovered. With its stunning Georgian terraces and classical masterpieces like
St George 's Hall, it is thought by manyto be more aesthetically pleasing than its work-a-day twin.
Manchester, on the other hand, has managed to regenerate itself with vitality and confidence. Why have these two cities, twinned by the Industrial Revolution, fared so differently and will Liverpool ever be able to catch up? Producer Jane Beresford
Jim Eldridge 's drama series about a likeable ex-con who istryingto make good. 5: Big Trouble. Terry finds himself in trouble with some small-time criminals with big ideas, and Sandra has to deal with a stalker. Facing these dark days brings them closer together.
Music Jacqueline Dankworth and Harvey Brough Director Marilyn Imrie
By Dave Sheasby. An old man has a tale to tell about a piper, a mare and a town plagued with rats, but no one wants to listen unless his story makes eood television.
Music Keith Waite. Director Pam Fraser Solomon
Dr Raj Persaud explores the limits and potential ofthe human mind and examines the arguments surrounding mental health. Producer Cathy Drysdale
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A comedy series by Barry Grossman about the collision between the old and the new in the Jewish community of Hillfield. 3: The Visitor. Great excitement and some confusion at the impending visit of an Israeli MP.
Music Max Harris. Producer John Fawcett Wilson (R)
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Diana Madill presents a series of lively debates aboutthe important issues of the day. 3: "Is charging for services in the NHS inevitable?" This week she discusses whether patients should pay for more NHS services.
Should they pay £10 each time they see their GP? Should they be charged a " hotel fee" to stay in hospital? Should they, at least, be charged for hospital food? An audience at St Bart's Hospital in London debates the pros and cons.
Producer Sue Ellis. Register your vote to agree on [number removed] or to disagree on [number removed]. Calls cost a maximum of 10 pence. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
The first of a new four-part series. l.Life's Ocean Origins.
Professor Jacquie McGlade presents a four-part series exploring the future of our oceans. In tonight's programme she discovers scientists in Glasgow have recreated ancient life forms that lived in the watery depths some four billion years ago. Producer Julian Hector
By Sue Townsend , starring Nigel Planer. 3: Some Problems of Modem Life. Adrian struggles with his electronic organiser, forgets his telephone banking password and has his cartowed away. For details see Monday (R)
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