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Another chance to see the second, 13-part series of the comedy about a less-than-tuneful choir.

The Rev and Tony prepare for the new fishing season, unaware that a new face in the choir is causing a stir.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
John Sayle
Street:
Tim Downie
Ice-D:
Jotham Annan
Natalie:
Tonatha Davis
Midge:
Rebecca Clarke
Tony:
John Labanowski
Rev Worthington:
Nick Maloney
Frankie:
John Waterhouse

The last programme in the series features an 11-year-old who saved his father from choking. Plus two young stars of EastEnders - Carly Hillman and Natalie Cassidy. Presented by Toby Anstis and Diane Louise Jordan.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am on BBC2)
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Followed by Rewind: 1948: Britain's Youngest Winning Jockey
The story of horse-racing great Lester Piggott's first winner, which he steered to victory at Haydock Park at the tender age of 12. Told by Marlon Cera Marie.
(Repeated tomorrow morning on BBC2)

Contributors

Presenter:
Toby Anstis
Presenter:
Diane Louise Jordan
Guest:
Carly Hillman
Guest:
Natalie Cassidy
Presenter (Rewind):
Marlon Cera Marie

Carol Smillie presents this week's show from Portugal's Algarve region. Alison Comyn visits the Mexican Caribbean, Rowland Rivron takes his family on a self-catering break in Weymouth, Dorset, and antiques expert Eric Knowles hunts for objets d'art in Paris.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

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Contributors

Presenter:
Carol Smillie
Reporter:
Alison Comyn
Reporter:
Rowland Rivron
Reporter:
Eric Knowles
Series Producer:
Karen Brown
Editor:
Jannine Waddell

Will Matthew leave Teresa at the mercy of Steve?

This week's episodes written by Tony Basgallop

Contributors

Writer:
Tony Basgallop
Executive Producer:
Matthew Robinson
Director:
Paul Annett
Steve Owen:
Martin Kemp
Matthew Rose:
Joe Absolom
Teresa di Marco:
Leila Birch
Gianni di Marco:
Marc Bannerman
Carol Jackson:
Lindsey Coulson
Dan Sullivan:
Craig Fairbrass
Bianca Butcher:
Patsy Palmer
Ricky Butcher:
Sid Owen
Robbie Jackson:
Dean Gaffney
Sonia Jackson:
Natalie Cassidy
Jim Branning:
John Bardon
Becky:
Julie Smith
Paul:
John Roy

Continuing the series in which animal behaviourists help people with their problem pets. This week an aggressive German Shepherd dog is taught to calm down, and a water-loving Jack Russell terrier learns how to surf. Presented by Philippa Forrester and vet Mark Evans.

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Contributors

Presenter:
Philippa Forrester
Presenter:
Mark Evans
Series Producer:
Cassie Farrell
Executive Producer:
Mark Hill

First of a series offering an intimate insight into six marriages.

Tonight's programme follows David Meers and Mandy Gant from Colchester in Essex as they hurriedly prepare for their big day, just eight weeks away.

See today's choices.

Contributors

Subject:
David Meers
Subject:
Mandy Gant
Narrator:
Gaby Roslin
Director:
Conrad Green
Executive Producer:
Suzi Aplin

First of a six-part drama by Lucy Gannon, set in a secondary school.
Starring Lenny Henry, Amanda Redman, Clive Russell

Ian George, one of the country's most successful headteachers, receives an unexpected offer after he is sent to investigate the notoriously underachieving Hope Park school.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen)
Soundtrack: available on CD from retailers
Lessons in life: page 6

Contributors

Writer:
Lucy Gannon
Producer:
Nicolas Brown
Director:
Juliet May
Ian George:
Lenny Henry
Debbie Bryan:
Amanda Redman
Phil Jakes:
Clive Russell
Colin Ryan:
William Gaminara
Tony Elliott:
Lee Warburton
Sally Bell:
Sara Stephens
Jan Woolley:
Pippa Guard
Elaine Rawlings:
Valerie Lilley
Mike Waters:
Martin Trenaman
Dennis Hill:
Philip Whitchurch
Neil Bruce:
Peter Davison
Chairman:
Michael Simpkins
Jenny Robey:
Judi Maynard
Chairwoman:
Frankie Jordan
John:
Beresford Leroy
Sarah:
Julia West
Car salesman:
Peter Pacey

A look at how 17 people survived the largest recorded multiple lightning strikes in the UK, plus stuntman Marc Cass demonstrates the power of lightning when his car is hit by 800,000 volts. The programme also follows new junior doctors as they join Bristol Royal Infirmary's accident-and-emergency department.
(Digital widescreen)

Contributors

Expert:
Marc Cass
Series Producer:
Stephen Rankin

US hospital drama double bill.

11.40 Liar, Liar
Kate Austin returns and has her patience tested by the board.

12.25 Higher Powers
Billy Kronk finally comes back to Chicago, while Dennis Hancock advocates ending a couple's problem pregnancy.

(Subtitled)

Code for 11.40-12.25
12.25-1.10
11.40-1.10 (not PDC)

Followed by Weather

Contributors

Dr Kate Austin:
Christine Lahti
Dr Aaron Shutt:
Adam Arkin
Dr Jack McNeil:
Mark Harmon
Dr Phillip Watters:
Hector Elizondo
Dr Diane Grad:
Jayne Brook
Dr Billy Kronk:
Peter Berg
Dr Dennis Hancock.:
Vondie Curtis-Hall

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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