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Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Critically acclaimed charity Streetwise Opera and world-renowned ensemble The Sixteen present a bold and contemporary retelling of the last days of Jesus's life. Show more

Contributors

Production Company:
The Space
Executive Producer:
Helen Spencer
Performer:
The Sixteen

Film going in search of what it takes to get a number one hit single, meeting people who have achieved it to uncover how, and the effect reaching the top had on their lives. Show more

Contributors

Narrator:
Janice Long
Producer:
Bob Smeaton
Director:
Bob Smeaton
Executive Producer:
Nick Watts
Production Company:
Hole and Corner Limited
Participant:
Martin Talbot
Participant:
Don Black
Participant:
Bob Stanley
Participant:
Noddy Holder
Participant:
David Hepworth
Participant:
Bruno Brookes
Participant:
Eden Blackman
Participant:
Gerry Marsden
Participant:
Bill Martin
Participant:
Judd Lander
Participant:
Eg White
Participant:
Chris Difford
Participant:
Gary Farrow
Participant:
Amy Wadge
Participant:
Bill Wilkins
Participant:
Steve Booker
Participant:
Ronnie Rogers
Participant:
Carol Decker
Participant:
Joe McElderry

Duration: 1 hour, 49 minutes

on BBC Four

Romantic comedy. Ill but positive-thinking Danish hairdresser Ida travels to Italy for her daughter's wedding and meets Philip, a grumpy American widower. Show more

Len Goodman discovers the golden age of ballroom. He visits its spiritual home of Blackpool, demonstrates steps with dancer Erin Boag and talks to dancers, singers and musicians. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Len Goodman
Executive Producer:
Tony Parker
Executive Producer:
Tom McDonald
Producer:
Roger Keech
Director:
Roger Keech

BBC Four

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