With the Rev Tony Burnham. Sing We Now of Christmas
(Noel Nouvelet ). Luke 2, wl-7. Joy(Dickau). Go, Tell It on the Mountain (trad American). With Pure Sound, the Youth Choir of St Luke's United Methodist
Church, Houston, Texas. Director of music Sid Davis.
By Byron Rogers , read by Kenneth Branagh. JL Carr was the most English of Englishmen. The author of A Month in the Country spent most of his working life as headmaster of a Northamptonshire school, where he was an enthusiastic follower of cricket and a tireless campaigner for the conservation of country churches. But he was also the author of six of the quirkiest, most comic novels in English. Abridger/Producer Chris Wallis Repeated at 12.30am
Edward de la Billiere follows the training of dogs like Sally, a border collie, who play a major part in the local Mountain Rescue Team, saving the lives of millions of walkers and climbers each year. Producer Joanne Stevens
New series Christopher Lee 's comedy drama set in the Ministry of Defence, where officers from each of the armed services find themselves uncomfortably underthe command of civil servantZelda.
1: Flying Tonite.Can it really be true that the MoD is taking UFOs seriously? . Godwin
Producer Rosalind Ayres Director Pete Atkin
Wg Cdr Bryan:
Chief Petty Officer Grieves:
By Steve May. Robert Sockhart is turning into his mother. Now she's dead and he wants to shake her off- and do things right with his daughter - but his mother keeps turning up in Robert's face and hair and under his skin. A Hilton
Pianist Steve May Director Mary Ward Lowery
A week-long series of stories put to music by children. 1: The Lang Pack.Children from Bellingham Middle School in Northumberland dramatise and perform a local folk story about how a maidservant outwits some wicked robbers. With incidental music written by the schoolchildren themselves. Music animateur David Munro Producer Bill Lloyd
It's actor Berwick Kaler 's 25th year of playing the dame at York Theatre Royal, one of the most popular pantomimes in the country. All this week,
Rony Robinson follows the creative process of this year's pantomime from the February announcement of the dame's silver jubilee panto through to opening night. Producer Andy Cartwright Repeated at 12.15am
Humphrey Lyttelton introduces a compilation of highlights from the antidote to panel games in 2003. Join Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke -
Taylor with guests Jeremy Hardy , Tony Hawks, Harry Hill , Sandi Toksvig and Ross Noble to catch some classic moments from the past year. Colin Sell provides musical accompaniment. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated on Sunday
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John Wilson investigates our continuing fascination with the Romans in the light of recent books, including Robert Harris 's bestselling novel Pompeii, Tom Holland 's successful history Rubicon and Allan MaSSie 'S Caligula. Producer Nicola Holloway
Patience Gray's Journey, dramatised in five parts from her writings by Rod Dungate. In the 1960s, food writer and journalist Patience Gray gave up her London life to live in the Mediterranean with sculptor Norman Mommands. Overthe following years she lived in Tuscany, Catalonia, Naxos and Apulia, experiencing the life and food of the ordinary country people they lived among. 1: First Stop Tuscany utner parts played by members of the cast
Producer Karen Rose Director David Battcock Rptdfrom 10.45am
William Dalrymple investigates the roots of spirituality in Britain. 6: The TimesTheyAre
A-changing. In the final part of the series, Dalrymple asks how secular a nation Britain now is and whether religion has any part to play in its future. Producer Rosemary Dawson
Annually, at the start of November, the Danish capital has one thing on its mind: beer, a spicy, seasonal brew that is made just for yuletide. Since its introduction some 15 years ago, Christmas Beer has taken Denmark by storm. And the most important moment is the ritual when the Christmas brew is distributed in a specially determined circuit around the capital. Simon Calder spends 24 hours in the Danish capital proving that we're only here for the beer. Producer Sara Jane Hall
r By Thomas Hardy , abridged in 15 parts by Sally Marmion and read by Douglas Hodge. A life of devotion begins as Gabriel Oak sets eyes on the spirited Bathsheba Everdeneforthe first time. Producer Di Speirs
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