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Actor Michael York talks about his spiritual home and Nina Wadia gets Into Chinese dragon dancing. Plus, is it ever right to break the law? With Alice Beer and Ross Kelly. Series producer Roger Childs ; Executive Producer Chris Loughlin
CONTACT: call [number removed] (max 8p), email [email address removed]; text [number removed]

Contributors

Talks:
Michael York
Talks:
Nina Wadia
Talks:
Ross Kelly.
Producer:
Roger Childs
Producer:
Chris Loughlin

In a live programme from
Gloucestershire's Beaufort Hunt, John Craven and Charlotte Smith Qauge reaction to the new ban. Plus weather for the week ahead. Series producer Andrew Tomlinson
Exec producer Andrew Thorman

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven
Producer:
Andrew Tomlinson
Producer:
Andrew Thorman

Analysis of the latest issues, Presented by Jeremy Vine. from 1.00, local stories, hosted in London by Tim Donovan and in the South East by Peter Henley. Including 12.30 News.
Editor James Stephenson

Contributors

Presented By:
Jeremy Vine.
Unknown:
Tim Donovan
Unknown:
Peter Henley.
Editor:
James Stephenson

Burnley v Blackburn Rovers
Live coverage from Turf Moor of the FA Cup fifth-round tie (kick-off
1.40) - a Lancashire derby that sees Championship outfit Burnley take on Premiership side Blackburn. It's 45 years since the local rivals met in the FA Cup. a replay victory for Blackburn en route to their most recent final appearance.
But it's current form that counts, and Mark Hughes 's Blackburn won't relish a trip to the side that knocked out Liverpool in the third round. With Gary Lineker.
Editor Mark Demuth Match of the Day 2 is on BBC2 at 7.30pm; sixth-round draw on Monday BBC2, 1.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Hughes
Unknown:
Gary Lineker.
Editor:
Mark Demuth

Unsung Heroes 3/3. Jonathan Edwards meets people whose inspiration and self-sacrifice has helped others. With music from Heather Small , Covenant and Michael Ball , and hymns Crown Him with Many Crowns, In Christ Alone and The Servant King. (5)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Edwards
Unknown:
Heather Small
Unknown:
Michael Ball

5/6. Olympic badminton star Gail Emms, rower Katherine Grainger, modern pentathlete Georgina Harland, Sydney heptathlon gold medallist Denise Lewis, snowboarder Lesley McKenna and distance runner Sonia O'Sullivan go for gold in the women's final in La Manga. With Johnny Vaughan and Suzi Perry.

Contributors

Presenter:
Johnny Vaughan
Presenter:
Suzi Perry
Contestant:
Gail Emms
Contestant:
Katherine Grainger
Contestant:
Georgina Harland
Contestant:
Denise Lewis
Contestant:
Lesley McKenna
Contestant:
Sonia O'Sullivan
Director:
Mike Wilmot
Series Producer:
Cathy Jones

A set of royal cufflinks, a letter from Admiral Nelson and a valuable collection of silver discovered in the back of a village church's safe - all come to light during a visit to Dartington Hall in Devon. With Michael Aspel. Producer Michele Burgess ; Series editor Simon Shaw Signed repeat Thursday 3.15am Inside Antiques is 7.35pm on BBC4

Contributors

Unknown:
Dartington Hall
Unknown:
Michael Aspel.
Producer:
Michele Burgess
Editor:
Simon Shaw

8/10. Hot Air. Tony decides to respect Sylvia's last wishes, resulting in a very unusual funeral.
TonvMurphv Rickv Tomlinson Katp Conner Finn Atkins
Writer Johanne McAndrew
Producer Sharon Houlihan ; Director Dominic Keavey Ricky Tomlinson joins the panel on 29 Minutes of Fame, Friday at 930pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Johanne McAndrew
Producer:
Sharon Houlihan
Director:
Dominic Keavey
Director:
Ricky Tomlinson
Jackie Murphy:
Denise Welch
Frank Cosgrove:
Bernard Cribbins
Rubes Malone:
Lynda Baron
Emma Murphy:
Zara Dawsor
Kerry Jamil:
Shelley Conn
Nick Christy:
Rob Collier
Lyn Cooper:
Melanie Kilburr
Ryan Cooper:
Marc Jordan
i Vi Hughes:
Cherith Mellor
; PC Jim Tully:
Matthew Devitt
i Freddie:
Robert Longden
i Raymond Collins:
Tony Westrope
i Samantha Barrow:
Rae Baker
Erica:
Rebecca Thorn
i Baliff:
Ben Crowe
i Dr Flynn:
Kate Spiro

4/4. Dust Thou Art 1/2. A trail of bodies leads back to the Wetherton Arts Centre, and a production of the musical Oliver! Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Writer JC Wilsher ; Series producer Ann Tricklebank
Director Gwennan Sage www.bbc.co.uk/drama/crime/dalziel

Contributors

Unknown:
Jc Wilsher
Producer:
Ann Tricklebank
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
Warren Clarke
DI Peter Pascoe:
Colin Buchanan
Tony Watson:
Douglas Henshall
WPC Janet Jackson:
Naomi Bentley
Susie Ferdinand:
Slobhan Finneran
Emma Collins:
Tessa Peake-Jones
Anna Wsley:
Anna Calder-Marshall
Mark Tatton:
Rupert Procter
Richard Johnstone:
Jullan Wadham
Pam Johnstone:
Jane Gurnett
Mick Heathfield:
Gary Whitaker
Sean Doherty:
Sam Hazeldine
Paul Boddison:
David Burke
Dave Green:
Victor McGuire
DC Parvez Lateef:
Wayne Perrey
Dr Frank Mason:
Joe Savino
Lisa:
Flora Spencer-Longhurst
Kirsten Thomas:
Sophie Osborne
Visha Iqbal:
Tj Ramini
Ekta Iqbal:
Aileen Gonsalves
Thomas Jackson:
Jim Findley
Elizabeth Jackson:
Christine Moore
WPC Claire Bains:
Jemma Hines
PC Phil Higson:
Will Norris

4/9. What Has New Labour Done for the NHS? The
Government has spent record amounts on the National Health Service, but what have the reforms achieved? Vivian White follows staff at a three-star hospital, and considers the results of a specially commissioned audit. Producer Angeli Mehta ; Editor Mike Robinson Signed repeat
Thursday at 220am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama reacts to news, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Unknown:
Vivian White
Producer:
Angeli Mehta
Editor:
Mike Robinson

I Intelligent romantic thriller starring Tom Berenger ,
Mimi Rogers and Lorraine Bracco. A happily married New York detective finds himself falling for a witness to murder - the wealthy socialite he has been assigned to protect. Review page 54.
Director Ridley Scott (1987,15) Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Berenger
Unknown:
Mimi Rogers
Unknown:
Lorraine Bracco.
Director:
Ridley Scott

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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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