With the Rev Stephen Shipley. Christians to the Paschal Victim (Victimae Paschali); Acts 13, w26-33; Christ the Lord Is Risen Again (Rutter); Christ Is Alive! Let Christians Sing(Truro). Director of music Graham Eccles.
Stress is now the second most common cause of absence from work in Britain. Nine out often people claim to be under stress. in her concluding programme on the subject Sue
Armstrong discovers why psychologists think our stress levels are rising, and asks what we need to do to Stay in control. Producer Louise Dalziel (R)
A four-part comedy series by Don Howarth.
3: Stan Rooker, Night Receptionist. Late one
Saturday night, Wilfred Parkin brings a man with a strange problem to the hospital reception.
Stan Rooker seems strangely reluctant to call the doctor.
Producer Sue Wilson. Director Julie Beckett
The Priest by David Johnston. The conceding drama in the Peacemakers series is based on the seige in 1996, in which the Peruvian revolutionary group Tupac Amaru took hostage all of the guests attending a party at the Japanese
Embassy in Lima. it is the story of hostage Father Juan Julio Wicht. priest and economist, who, when given the opportunity to leave, chose to remain with the other hostages.
Director Mary Peate
Simon Brett 's comedy follows the trials and tribulations of Rosie Burns and her event management company. 4: Sleeping Partners
This week In Any Event arranges the activities for the delegates' partners of a major finance company. Kate thinks this is her ticket back into a high-flyingjob. Starring Prunella Scales , Arabella Weir , Rebecca Callard , Duncan Preston , Annette Badland , Debbie Norman and Alan Cowan. Producer Maria Esposito (R)
By Alex Ferguson. 8: Annie prepares to go on a school trip to assess a teacher and a pupil, but her husband Pete still has not rung from Brazil. For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Further cast details across the week
Edward Stourton concludes his series of debates, this week focusing on the proposition that: "It is the newcomers to the countryside who are saving its traditional way of life. Set amid the rural charm of Flatford Mill in Suffolk, country sports enthusiasts, philosophers of the countryside, ramblers, landowners and day trippers argue overtheircompeting visions of rural life. Producer Sue Davies. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
The last of three drama-documentaries exploring the metaphors of illness.
The New Controller -Anorexia Nervosa. A drama written by Nicholas Mcinerny , with documentary from Dr Jill Welbourne and Esther Gluck. A new controller has taken overthe factory- she is beautiful, fascinating, inspiring. So why does everything start going wrong?
Producers Rosie Boulton and Sara Conkey
A six-part series by Annie Caulfield. 2: The safari continues, at least until grouchy driver Menelek reveals some terrible news about the truck.
Director Toby Smith
Roger McGough looks at life, love, happiness, heroes, villains and embarrassing relations. This week, in performance with musician
Andy Roberts at the Bath Festival, McGough looks askance at the world around him, and the animals - human and otherwise - who inhabit it. Producer Sara Davies (R)
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