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Actor Mat Fraser casts an eye over the week's news and, in his continuing look at the nation's cathedrals, architect Oliver Heath finds that a recent statue of the Virgin Mary is causing controversy in Ely. Plus the topical discussion with Philippa Forrester and Ross Kelly.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Mat Fraser
Presenter:
Philippa Forrester
Presenter:
Ross Kelly
Reporter:
Oliver Heath
Executive Producer:
Chris Loughlin
Series Producer:
Abigail Saxon

A small cottage with 27 acres of land for sale in Devon is the focus for the last of the hour-long programmes. Michaela Strachan investigates the property's potential, asks if it would be possible to make a living from the limited acreage, and whether it will be too dear for locals and bought by Londoners. With John Craven. At 11.55, weather for the week ahead.
Series producer Sarah Eglin EMAIL: countryfile@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown:
Michaela Strachan
Unknown:
John Craven.
Producer:
Sarah Eglin

Jeremy Vine with reports and interviews on national affairs. From 12.35, in-depth local stories, presented for viewers in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.00 News.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Vine
Presenter (London):
Tim Donovan
Presenter (South East):
Peter Henley
Editor:
James Stephenson

Pam Rhodes looks at the lives of contemporary nuns. She meets a Sister who jogs for Jesus, one who used to be a biker and another who is about to take her final lifelong vows. And Fran Godfrey tells tales of her convent schooldays. Music, from girls' choir Cantamus and the Vasari Singers, includes
Tell Out My Soul, Will You Come and Follow Me, The Day Thou Gavest and the23rd Psalm.
www.bbc.co.uk/religion84O

Contributors

Unknown:
Pam Rhodes
Unknown:
Fran Godfrey

The Scottish mountain rescue team try to save two men in a perilously located truck in the second part of the new series.

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Contributors

Writer:
Nicholas Hicks-Beach
Writer:
Shelley Miller
Producer:
Neil Zeiger
Director:
Terry Winsor
Mike Bayliss:
Richard Graham
Douglas McLanaghan:
Brendan Coyte
Helen:
Kim Vithana
Peter Craig:
Jamie Sives
Annie Craig:
Zoe Eeles
Gordon Urquhart:
Clive Russell
Alice Urquhart:
Barbara Rafferty
Danny Tunick:
Kenneth Bryans
Betty Farinelli:
Louise Goodall
Caroline Morrison:
Melanie Gutteridge
Ben Craig:
Cal MacAninch
Jamie Doughan:
Rupert Evans
Jane Chamberlain:
Jan Harvey
Adam:
Rory McCann

A ladies' bureau brought in by a relative of Joshua Reynolds , and a silver cruet set are among artefacts when the team return to Cliveden in Buckinghamshire. With Michael Aspel. Producer Mtehele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lems BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price E2.95

Contributors

Unknown:
Joshua Reynolds
Unknown:
Michael Aspel.
Producer:
Mtehele Burgess
Producer:
Christopher Lems

The team are in for a pleasant surprise when they revisit a previous project - a comer patio in Treherbert, South Wales. With Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh. Producer John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam 30

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Charlie Dimmock
Unknown:
Tommy Walsh.
Producer:
John Thornicroft
Producer:
Carol Haslam

A wedding in Ormston - but is the groom all he claims to be? And have Wilf and Arthur met their match?
[web address removed]

Contributors

Writer:
Dan Sefton
Producer:
Chris Clough
Director:
David Innes Edwards
Arthur Gilder:
James Bolam
Tom Gilder:
Michael French
Deborah Gilder:
Jenna Russell
Phyllis Woolf:
Maggie Steed
Rev Brewer:
Clive Swift
Len Cosgrove:
Peter Gunn
Wilf Bradshaw:
John Henshaw
Eddie Mills:
Samuel James Hudson
Jean Bradshaw:
Naomi Radcliffe
Michael Gilder:
Ross Little
Linda Cosgrove:
Tracey Childs
Catherine Gilder:
Polly Thompson
Helen Gilder:
Charlotte Salt
Mr Boynton:
Donald Gee
Dora Brisley:
Gwen Taylor
Miss Matthews:
Joan Worswick
Miss Matthews:
Shirley White
Bill Driscoll:
Simon Hemingway

Regional Variations (2)

State of Play

Episode 3

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One West

Cal is released from jail by DCI Bell and joins him in a plan to find the hitman. As Cal waits it out, his team pin the author of the anonymous letters to city boy Dominic Foy. Show more

on BBC One London

Action thriller about an ex-CIA agent in France who joins a group of freelance intelligence agents, hired by enigmatic Irishwoman Deirdre. As their mission proceeds he begins to grow suspicious about them.
(Widescreen) (1998, 15)
Review page 48.

Contributors

Director:
John Frankenheimer
Sam:
Robert de Niro
Vincent:
Jean Reno
Deirdre:
Natascha McElhone
Gregor:
Stellan Skarsgard
Spence:
Sean Bean
Seamus:
Jonathan Pryce

Thriller based on a true story, starring Victoria Principal and Robert Hays.
Kate Findlay's ex-husband is harassing her.
Review page 51. (1996)

Contributors

Director:
Lany Peerce
[Actress]:
Victoria Principal
[Actor]:
Robert Hays

BBC One London

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