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The second of three programmes from Norwich Cathedral celebrating the Advent season. The service today focuses on hope and reconciliation, with music including On Jordan 's
Bank the Bapist's Cry, and Hills of the North Rejoice. (S) (W)ii9i

Katy Hill is joined by singer Louise and Richard Blackwood to present this year's Poll Winners' Party. Acts performing on the day include Five, Westlife, Steps, Ronan Keating, Kylie, Sonique, Billie, Al, Samantha Mumba, Savage Garden, All
Saints and S Club 7. Among the awards up for grabs are best band in the universe, best TV actor, best male solo and best haircut. Director Julia Knowles; Producer
Tara Duffy (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Blackwood
Unknown:
Ronan Keating
Unknown:
Samantha Mumba
Director:
Julia Knowles
Producer:
Tara Duffy

For the second Sunday in Advent, Diane Louise Jordan travels to Wensleydale, north Yorkshire, where she meets Conservative leader William Hague, and the BBC Radio 2 Choirboy of the Year Nicholas Brown who sings O Come, O Come, Emmanuel and York Minster Chapter House Choir sing songs and hymns including All Hail the Power of Jesus's Name and Wait for the Lord.
(S) (W)
BBC Music: cassette and CD. Songs of Praise - the Christmas Album, available from retailers

Contributors

Presenter:
Diane Louise Jordan
Guest:
William Hague
Guest:
Nicholas Brown

Penultimate episode of a second series of the time-travel fantasy adapted from his own novel by William Cortett. Time is running out as the developers move into Golden Valley, but the Magician is fading fast. See Choice.
Producers Stephen Garrett and Mickey Rogers ; Director Graeme Lynch
(S) (W)

Contributors

Novel By:
William Cortett.
Producers:
Stephen Garrett
Producers:
Mickey Rogers
Director:
Graeme Lynch
Stephen Tyler:
Ian Richardson
Jack Green:
Neil Pearson
Mary Green:
Katie Stuart
Matthew Morden:
Christopher Redman
Alice Constant:
Olivia Coles
William Constant:
Steven Webb
Phoebe Taylor:
Kendall Cross
Charles Morden:
Robert Wisden
Meg Lewis/Lutra the otter:
Sian Phillips
Voice of Jasper the owl:
Stephen Fry
Mark:
Jesse Moss
Kev:
Martin Evans
Voice of Spot the dog:
Richard Pearce

Michael Aspel returns to Knebworth House to introduce unseen finds from this series of the Roadshow. Among the hidden gems are a pair of figures from a French brothel, an unusual table clock, a 16-century chemist's mortar, and a Victorian toilet given as a present.
Producer Liz Baker ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Aspel
Producer:
Liz Baker
Producer:
Christopher Lewis

Live from Television Centre, Steve Rider , Sue Barker and Gary Lineker present the awards ceremony celebrating sporting achievements of the past 12 months. As well as the main prize of BBC Sports Personality, this year there are inaugural awards for coach of the year, newcomer of the year and the Helen Rollason award for outstanding courage in the face of adversity. See Choice.
Director/Producer Paul Davies (S) Andrew Duncan meets Denise Lewis : p8; Life after gold: p21
Subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Rider
Unknown:
Sue Barker
Unknown:
Gary Lineker
Unknown:
Helen Rollason
Producer:
Paul Davies
Unknown:
Andrew Duncan
Unknown:
Denise Lewis

Concluding the drama based on the novel by Kingsley Amis, and starring Rupert Graves and Sienna Guillory. Patrick delivers Jenny an ultimatum, and tensions between them rise to boiling point. See Choice.
Dramatised by Andrew Davies
Producer Gareth Neame ; Director Nick Hurran (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Rupert Graves
Unknown:
Sienna Guillory.
Dramatised By:
Andrew Davies
Producer:
Gareth Neame
Director:
Nick Hurran
Patrick Standish:
Rupert Graves
Jenny Bunn:
Sienna Guillory
Julian Ormerod:
Hugh Bonneville
Lord Edgerstone:
Leslie Phillips
Lady Edgerstone:
Marsha Fitzhalen
Dick Thompson:
Robert Daws
Martha Thompson:
Emma Chambers
Anna Le Page:
Kathy-Kiera Clarke
Graham McClintoch:
Ian Driver
Horace:
Charlton Jeffrawte
MrBunn:
Dave Hill
Sheila Torkingham:
Amelia Warner
Headmaster:
Robert Vansittart
Horse:
Simon Evans
Joan:
Natalie Roles
Susan:
Deborah Cornelius
Tony:
Laurence Kennedy
Wendy:
Nina Young

The concluding episode of William Ivory 's drama serial starring Pete Postlethwaite and Geraldine James.
Sloth. Len is shocked to hear that his best friend is dead. Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)
Followed by Weathervlew (WI

Contributors

Unknown:
William Ivory
Unknown:
Pete Postlethwaite
Unknown:
Geraldine James.

Supernatural thriller starring Ally Sheedy. A young
Californian couple's idyllic new life in a picturesque coastal town is shattered by a series of sinister events.
Director Walter Klenhard (1994.15) (S)
Films: pp 78-85 **

Contributors

Unknown:
Ally Sheedy.
Director:
Walter Klenhard

An Astronaut's View. Nasa astronaut Dr Jeffrey Hoffman describes the experience of stargazing in outer space.
Producer Ian Russell Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 (S)
Followed by Weatherview (w)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Jeffrey Hoffman
Producer:
Ian Russell

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