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What Not to Wear 2/8. Mica Paris and Lisa Butcher create new styles for two teenage girls.
2.25 Rick Stein 's Mediterranean Escapes 5/6. The chef samples seafood dishes in Majorca.
3.25 Niqella Express 1/13. Nigella Lawson rustles up a roast, and crispy squid with garlic mayo.
BBC One London

Amazing Grace: the True Story of the Song

Rick Wakeman traces the history of the popular song, which tells the story of a former slave ship captain who became a Christian minister.
BBC One London

Mayo

8/8. Alex is offered a job as a detective inspector in London, but will she take the promotion?
Writer Alistair McGowan ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Jonathan Fox Bassett www.bbc.co.uk/drama
BBC One London

Mayo

7/8. Estate agent Ash Fellowes is found murdered on the premises of a property that is for sale through a rival bureau - the owner of which has disappeared. Guest-starring ex-Emmerdale virago Claire King.
Writer Colin Bytheway ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Jonathan Fox Bassett www.bbc.co.uk/drama
BBC One London

Mayo

6/8. Mayo's faltering attempts to ask Alex round for dinner are not aided by the arrival of Mike Dean , a drugs-squad detective looking into the murder of a geography teacher with serious gambling debts.
Writer Danny Miller ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Fraser MacDonald www.bbc.co.uk/drama
BBC One London

Mayo

5/8. The estranged husband of a hairdressing salon owner is found murdered, and Alex gets a makeover.
Writer Tom Macrae ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Fraser MacDonald www.bbc.co.uk/drama
BBC One London

Mayo

4/8. Can Mayo avoid being distracted by his personal life as he probes a knotty murder case at a residential care home? Art Malik and Sylvester McCoy guest-star.
Writer Michael Wynne ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Eraser MacDonald www.bbc.co.uk/drama Alistair McGowan is a guest on The Culture Show, Thursday BBC2 at 7pm
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Mayo

3/8. Alex holds a housewarming in her new cottage, but has she invited old flame Mayo? Later, the duo investigate a murder in a well-heeled cul-de-sac.
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Mayo

2/8. Is there still a spark between DI Mayo and his old flame - and new DS - Alex Jones ? Nigel Planer guests.
Writer Simon Booker ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Metin Huseyin www.bbc.co.uk/drama
BBC One London

Mayo

New series 1/8. Alistair McGowan turns sleuth as wise-cracking detective Gil Mayo in a quirky new cop drama. Mayo has a shock in store when his new Det Sgt arrives.
Writer Simon Booker ; Producer Rebecca Hedderly
Director Metin Huseyin www.bbc.co.uk/drama Fitting the Bill: page 12
BBC One London

Nailing the Cross

""ter Rhidian Brook reflects on how the image of the cross and the events of Good Friday have shaped our world, and assesses its impact on people's lives today.
Producer Jonathan Mayo ; Executive producer Hugh Faupel
BBC One London

Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

An exploration of how three practising Christians continue to believe in God despite their adverse circumstances. Narrated by Steven Mackintosh.
Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo
BBC One London

Jesus Who...?

Jesus's message was so radical that he and most of his supporters paid with their lives, so why has the significance of Easter shifted from the Crucifixion to confectionery? Rock legend and Christian Rick Wakeman trawls the country for any surviving influences attributable to the first-century firebrand. Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo www.bbc.co.uk/religion
BBC One London

The Hand of God: 2/3: Juggling Heaven and Hollywood

Michael Buerk asks whether it's possible to mix God and showbusiness.
Among those he meets are former Baywatch star Pamela Anderson, who believes God is happy with her provocative roles, and devout Catholic Jim Caviezel, who talks about his role as Jesus in Mel Gibson's The Passion.
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Michael Buerk asks former Baywatch pin-up Pamela Anderson how her faith exists alongside her glamorous profession.
DOCUMENTARY The Hand of God 10.35pm BBC1 Michael Buerk knew he'd be interviewing all sorts of people about the effect of God on their showbiz careers for this programme, but he didn't think that Pamela Anderson would be one of them. However, it seems that the sex queen of tacky TV, whose current project is Stripperella - a cartoon strip using her physique and voice - is a religious person and helps out in her children's Sunday school.
As always, Buerk is polite and interested in what she has to say, but despite his assertion that "religion isn't about image, it's about what's on the inside of people", you can tell he feels that her Hollywood lifestyle and religion make strange bedfellows, even if Anderson fails to see any contradiction between her faith and her on-screen roles.
But she's not the only celebrity juggling the different worlds of showbiz and religion. Actor James Fox turned his back on his acting career in the 1970s to join a Christian evangelical organisation. Soul singer Solomon Burke starting preaching when he was just seven years old and is now an ordained bishop. And of course no programme about celebrity Christians would be complete without an appearance by Sir Cliff Richard. (Jane Rackham)
BBC One London

Victoria and Abdul

The remarkable story of the Indian waiterwho became inseparable from Victoria, Queen of England. She was head of the Church of England, he was a Muslim, and her reliance on him brought the disapproval of the Royal Court. Royal correspondent Jennie Bond traces the history of Abdul Karim and the little-known details of the growth of the Muslim community in Victorian England.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin ; Producer Jonathan Mayo
BBC One London

There's Something about Mary (and Joseph)

Adam Hart-Davis and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen use their imagination to offer insights into the Christmas story.
Producer Jonathan Mayo ; Executive producer Chns Loughlin
BBC One London

Ten Things You Always Wanted to Know about Islam (but Were Afraid to Ask ... )

Muslim comedian Shazia Mirza takes an offbeat look at Islam, as she answers her audiences' frequently asked questions. Topics range from fatwas to food, Mecca to marriage, and even Arsenal's hidden Muslim connection.
Producer Jonathan Mayo
Executive producer Chris Loughlin
BBC One London

Songs of Praise

Aled Jones goes to Gloucestershire to visit the Greenbelt Arts Festival in Cheltenham. Among those he meets are Archbishop Rowan Williams and presenter Simon Mayo. The music includes classical jazz and the more traditional hymns Soon and Very Soon, and Be Thou My Vision.
Producer John Forrest
Editor Hugh Faupel
BBC One London

Rosh Hashanah

Could football heal society? Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks visits his beloved Arsenal on the eve of the Jewish New
Year to investigate a scheme uniting Jews and Muslims.
Producer Jonathan Mayo ; Executive producer Hugh Faupel
BBC One London

Scar Stories

Actress Amanda Redman , herself a victim of serious burning as a child, talks to four people to find out how scarring has shaped their lives. Her subjects include the victim of a nitric acid attack, a man whose meningitis caused him memory loss for 40 years and a lady who performs self-mutilation. Director/Producer Jonathan Mayo






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