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The last in this series looking at the spiritual exercises of St Ignatius, introduced by Fr Bill Hewett from Inigo's homeland of northern Spain.

Booklet: to accompany the series is available price £2.50, from, [address removed].

Contributors

Presenter:
Fr Bill Hewett
Director:
Ann Richardson
Producer:
Chris Loughlin

Tony Phelan joins bereavement counsellor Carolyn Brodribb for a simple service at her home in Plymouth. The speaker is the Rev Dave Pole.
Reading: Psalm 121. Producer Stephen Lynas Editor Helen Alexander

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Phelan
Unknown:
Carolyn Brodribb
Unknown:
Dave Pole.
Producer:
Stephen Lynas
Editor:
Helen Alexander

French for beginners.
9: Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to talk about the sports you enjoy.
Producer David Wilson (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Patrick Simpson-Jones
Producer:
David Wilson

Spanish for beginners.
9: Yolanda Vazquez shows how to shop for clothes and souvenirs. Producer David Wilson (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Yolanda Vazquez
Producer:
David Wilson

You and Your Home. Alan Watson and Dick Taverne ask what effect the Single European Market may have on where you live. Editor Christopher Capron
A Capron production for BBCtv (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Watson
Unknown:
Dick Taverne
Editor:
Christopher Capron

Cash in Hand. How can you make sure you're never short-changed? In the second of 20 programmes providing practical help with everyday maths, Carol Vorderman looks at money matters. With Johnny Ball. Producer Dave Thomas
Editor George Auckland
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Contributors

Unknown:
Carol Vorderman
Unknown:
Johnny Ball
Producer:
Dave Thomas
Editor:
George Auckland

In the fifth of eight programmes, Maggie Philbin gives some guidance on how parents can support their children as they master the skill of reading. Series producer Jenny Stevens (R)
ADVICE LINE: freefone [number removed] today, from 12.05-2.05pm
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Contributors

Unknown:
Maggie Philbin
Producer:
Jenny Stevens

The magazine programme for the deaf community. Presented in sign language by Maureen Denmark and Clive Mason. Interpreters: Brenda Mackay and John Lee. Series producer Bryn Brooks

Contributors

Unknown:
Maureen Denmark
Unknown:
Clive Mason.
Unknown:
Brenda MacKay
Unknown:
John Lee.
Producer:
Bryn Brooks

After the great storm of 1987 many feared parts of our countryside would never recover. But in National Tree Week, John Craven looks at how the storms of recent years may have blown us some good after all. Including at 12.55pm the weather for the week ahead with Ian McCaskill. Producer David Wallace Editor Michael Fitzgerald
0 NATURE: page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven
Unknown:
Ian McCaskill.
Producer:
David Wallace
Editor:
Michael Fitzgerald
on BBC One London

With Moira Stuart.
Followed by On the Record
As the Government presides over rising crime and falling public confidence in the police and prisons, the Home Secretary, the Rt Hon David Waddington , MP, talks to Jonathan Dimbleby. Report by Martha Kearney. With John Cole. Producer Kathy McGill Editor Glenwyn Benson

Contributors

Unknown:
Moira Stuart.
Unknown:
David Waddington
Unknown:
Jonathan Dimbleby.
Unknown:
Martha Kearney.
Unknown:
John Cole.
Producer:
Kathy McGill
Editor:
Glenwyn Benson

An astrologer, a colour analyst and a wardrobe adviser restyle Caryn Franklin , and a new look is called for by the BBC Singers. Presented by Selina Scott , Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Sheryl Simms. Producer Clare Stride
Executive producer Roger Casstles
0 GLORIA: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
Caryn Franklin
Presented By:
Selina Scott
Presented By:
Jeff Banks
Presented By:
Caryn Franklin
Presented By:
Sheryl Simms.
Producer:
Roger Casstles

With
Phillip Schofield. Finland. Featuring top band the Sleepy Sleepers. Producer Richard Simkin
Executive producer Eric Rowan
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Contributors

Unknown:
Phillip Schofield.
Producer:
Richard Simkin
Producer:
Eric Rowan

An adaptation of the classic children's stories by C S Lewis. The Silver Chair dramatised by Alan Seymour. 2: Jill and Eustace have missed the first sign but their owl friend Glimfeather promises to take them to meet a Marsh-wiggle.
Producer Paul Stone Director Alex Kirby
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Contributors

Dramatised By:
Alan Seymour.
Producer:
Paul Stone
Director:
Alex Kirby
Eustace:
David Thwaites
Jill:
Camilla Power
Glimfeather:
Warwick Davis
Second Owl:
Mike Edmonds
Prince Rilian:
Richard Henders
Lord Drinian:
Roy Boyd
Green Lady:
Barbara Kellermann
King Caspian:
Geoffrey Russell
Puddleglum:
Tom Baker
Dragon:
Ailsa Berk

Joe Buchanan, from Dundee, has spent half of his life behind bars. But the mathematics he learned in jail has opened doors to new opportunities.
Director David McNab
Producer Jonathan Drori
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Contributors

Unknown:
Joe Buchanan
Director:
David McNab
Producer:
Jonathan Drori

As Glasgow moves to the climax of its year as European City of Culture, Ian Gall returns to his roots. Musical culture in the shape of hymns, old and new, comes from the City's art gallery and museum. Hymns: Behold! The Mountain of the Lord (Glasgow); Praise My Soul the King of Heaven; All Creatures of My God and King (Lasst Uns Erfreuen); Take My hands; The Ground of Goodness (Govan Old); The Spirit Lives to Set Us Free. Producer Stuart Miller Editor Roger Hutchings
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Gall
Producer:
Stuart Miller
Editor:
Roger Hutchings

A comedy series by Jimmy Perry and David Croft starring Paul Shane Jeffrey Holland , Su Pollard
Money Talks. Lady Lavender throws handfuls of pound notes out of the window to an organ-grinder.
Director/Producer David Croft
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Perry
Unknown:
David Croft
Unknown:
Paul Shane
Unknown:
Jeffrey Holland
Producer:
David Croft
Alf Stokes:
Paul Shane
James Twelvetrees:
Jeffrey Holland
Ivy Teasdale:
Su Pollard
Lord Meldrum:
Donald Hewlett
The Hon Teddy:
Michael Knowles
PC Wilson:
Bill Pertwee
Mrs Lipton:
Brenda Cowling
Lady Lavender:
Mavis Pugh
Poppy:
Susie Brann
Cissy:
Catherine Rabett
Henry:
Perry Benson
Mabel:
Barbara New
Bishop:
Frank Williams
Chaplain:
Robbie Barnett
Organ-grinder:
Paddy Joyce

The last in the series.
Changes for Jack and Charles, duplicity from Abby and Orrin.
Episode written by Ray Thompson Series producer Gerard Glaister Director Robert Reed
* DRAMA: page 4
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Contributors

Written By:
Ray Thompson
Producer:
Gerard Glaister
Director:
Robert Reed
Jan Howard:
Jan Harvey
Jack Rolfe:
Glyn Owen
Kate Harvey:
Dulcie Gray
Charles Frere:
Tony Anholt
Ken Masters:
Stephen Yardley
Avril Rolfe:
Susan Gilmore
Vanessa Rolfe:
Lana Morris
Gerald Urquhart:
Ivor Danvers
Bill Sayers:
Robert Vahey
Robert Hastings:
Paul Jerricho
Laura Wilde:
Kate O'Mara
Admiral Redfern:
Michael Denison
Leo Howard:
Edward Highmore
Abby Hudson:
Cindy Shelley
Lynne Dupont:
Tracey Childs
Orrin Hudson:
Jeff Harding
Jenny Richards:
Charmian Gradwell
Tony Munro:
John Rhean
Pierre Challon:
James Coombes

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One Cambridgeshire

Andrew Davies's adaptation of Michael Dobbs' best-selling satirical novel. Urquhart forges ahead with his plan to bring down the new PM as the Tory conference convenes in Brighton. Show more

Contributors

Francis Urquhart:
Ian Richardson
Mattie Storin:
Susannah Harker
Tim Stamper:
Colin Jeavons
Elizabeth Urquhart:
Diane Fletcher
Roger O'Neill:
Miles Anderson
Director:
Paul Seed

Land of Hope and Glory. 'I've got a tune that will knock 'em, knock 'em flat', said Elgar, of the melody we know as Land of Hope and Glory. It is a song that brings a lump to the throat for millions when it is sung at the Proms and has become a second national anthem. In time of war it becomes a rallying cry. And yet for many it is aggressive and outdated and belongs to an imperial past that bears no relation to the Britain of today. Everyman dips a toe in to the current waters of patriotism by taking a fresh look at an old song through the eyes of five people in and around this year's Last Night of the Proms. Producer David Willcock Editor Jane Drabble
0 DOCUMENTARY: page 12

Contributors

Producer:
David Willcock
Editor:
Jane Drabble

Action from the closing stages of today's two fifth-round matches in the UK Championships from the Guild Hall, Preston. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton. Summaries by John Spencer and Ray Edmonds.

Contributors

Commentary By:
Ted Lowe
Commentary By:
Jack Karnehm
Unknown:
John Spencer
Unknown:
Ray Edmonds.

BBC One London

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