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Get in touch with your spiritual side, as Alice Beer talks to Rick Stein about life, death and food, and Mike Harding learns how to heal via e-mail. Presented by Juliet Morris and Ross Kelly.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Juliet Morris
Presenter:
Ross Kelly
Interviewer:
Alice Beer
Guest:
Rick Stein
Reporter:
Mike Harding
Producer:
Moira Kean
Executive Producer:
Chris Loughlin

Kate Humble goes whale watching and John Craven looks at why gardeners sowing "wildlife mixtures" may not be a good idea. Plus weather for the week ahead.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Kate Humble
Presenter:
John Craven

Regional Variations (2)

My Family

Series 1

Episode 7: The Awkward Phase

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Available for 3 months

Nick wants a job, Janey wants new jeans and Michael wants advice for his first date.

Contributors

Ben Harper:
Robert Lindsay
Susan Harper:
Zoe Wanamaker
Nick Harper:
Kris Marshall
Janey Harper:
Daniela Denby-Ashe
Michael Harper:
Gabriel Thomson
Brigitte McKay:
Daisy Donovan
Director:
Baz Taylor
Producer:
John Bartlett

Davina McCall hosts an awards ceremony in which stars celebrate teachers and teaching. Richard Wilson , John Peel, Simon Callow and Olympic boxing gold medallist Audley Harrison present awards. (sj (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Davina McCall
Unknown:
Richard Wilson
Unknown:
Simon Callow
Unknown:
Audley Harrison

Diane Louise Jordan meets
Christians who excel in dance, from professional ballerina
Fiona Wallis to 13-year-old Irish dance champion James Keegan. Music includes Lord of the Dance, Blessed Assurance and Teach Me to Dance. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Diane Louise Jordan
Unknown:
Fiona Wallis
Unknown:
James Keegan.

Continuing the new comedy series about two brothers.
I'll Take the High Life. Hector is invited to the most prestigious event in the town's social calendar.
Written by Bernard McKenna
Director Ron Bain : Producer Ian Burgoyne (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By:
Bernard McKenna
Director:
Ron Bain
Producer:
Ian Burgoyne
Hector Robertson:
Gregor Fisher
Frank Robertson:
James Fleet
; Kate Cameron:
Caroline Langrishe
; Billy Bolster:
Tom Watson
Mrs Grogan:
June Watson
Angie McPhee:
Jody MacMillan
Reverend McDonald:
Ralph Riach
Lord Ranloch:
Graham Crowden
Callum:
Jimmy Yuill
Lady Ranloch:
Mary MacLeod
Morag Ranloch:
Sarah Crowden
Godfrey Lennox:
David McKail
Cameron:
Steven MacNicoll

Michael Aspel and the team visit Selby in North Yorkshire where objects presented for their opinion include a copy of Beatrix Potter 's book The Fairy Caravan. See Choice.
Producer Michele Burgess : Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Aspel
Unknown:
Beatrix Potter
Producer:
Michele Burgess
Producer:
Christopher Lewis

Craig Doyle goes on a fly-drive through Colorado to Aspen, Alvin Hall visits New York, Claudia Winkleman follows the musical trail in Tennessee, Michael McNally goes to
! Florida, and Sarah Greene travels to Seattle.
! Series producer Anne Taylor ; Editor Jannine Waddell (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Alvin Hall
Unknown:
Claudia Winkleman
Unknown:
Michael McNally
Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Producer:
Anne Taylor
Editor:
Jannine Waddell

Concluding the secondary school drama series, starring Lenny Henry. A rooftop siege ends dramatically when Ian George attempts to rescue a difficult situation.
Writer Lucy Gannon ; Producer Chrissy Skinns ; Director Robert Del Maestro
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Contributors

Unknown:
Lenny Henry.
Unknown:
Ian George
Unknown:
Lucy Gannon
Producer:
Chrissy Skinns
Director:
Robert Del Maestro
Ian George:
Lenny Henry
Leo Wheeldon:
Richard Griffiths
Annie Gilbert:
Phyllis Logan
Gerry Byrne:
Daniel Hill
Matt Bennett:
Gresby Nash
Kitty Burton:
Gillian Kearney
Sally Bell:
Sara Stephens
Tony Elliot:
Lee Warburton
Elaine Rawlings:
Valerie Lilley
Mike Waters:
Martin Trenaman
Clare Jensen:
Suzette Liewellyn
Keeley Porter:
Sarah French
Liana Andrews:
Senya Roberts
Paul Jensen:
Jamie Luke
Royston Warrior:
Dave Legeno
Lila Warrior:
Louise Rolfe
Tom Warrior:
Lee Turnbull
Medic:
Tim Poole
Doctor:
Jacqueline Phillips
Janice:
Rochelle Gadd

Killers into Cures. Professor Robert Winston looks at the secrets of the thousands of microbes living on and inside the human body, from bacteria that cause life threatening illnesses to tiny viruses that can lead to devastating plagues.
I Director Liesel Evans ; Series producer David Hickman (S) (W)
BBC PRODUCTS: book. Superhuman, price £18.99; video of the six episodes, price £19.99, available from retailers

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor Robert Winston
Director:
Liesel Evans
Producer:
David Hickman

Power to Abuse. Phil Parry investigates the background to the recent child abuse scandals, and the role of the head of the Roman Catholic Church in Wales.
Producer Murdoch Rodgers : Editor Mike Robinson
Repeated on Wednesday at 1.05am, with sign language and in-vision subtitles (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news. its subject matter may change

Contributors

Unknown:
Phil Parry
Producer:
Murdoch Rodgers
Editor:
Mike Robinson

Regional Variations (2)

The Sins

Episode 2: Covetousness

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

Len Green has to fight the sin of covetousness when he sets eyes on a rival's hearse.

Genres

Series

The Sins

Thriller based on the Robert Ludium novel starring Rutger Hauer and John Hurt. The CIA persuade a TV newsman to ensnare some personal friends suspected of spying.
Director Sam Peckinpah (1983, 18) (S) 553360 i Films: pp 78-83 ***
Andrew Duncan meets Dennis Hopper : page 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Ludium
Unknown:
Rutger Hauer
Unknown:
John Hurt.
Director:
Sam Peckinpah
Unknown:
Andrew Duncan
Unknown:
Dennis Hopper
John Tanner:
Rutger Hauer
Lawrence Fassett:
John Hurt
Bernard Osterman:
Craig T Nelson
Richard Tremayne:
Dennis Hopper
Joseph Cardone:
Chris Sarandon
Maxwell Danforth:
Burt Lancaster

Patrick Moore is joined by Dr Alan Penny of the Rutherford
Appleton Laboratory to discuss Project Darwin, designed to explore the possibility of "other Earths".
Producer Ian Russell Repeated on 18 November (S)

Contributors

Presenter:
Patrick Moore
Unknown:
Dr Alan Penny
Producer:
Ian Russell

BBC One London

About BBC One

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

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