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BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.0
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two
2.0-2.2 News
Diary of an Engagement: MARY REDCLIFFE 'S report on the wedding of RITA MARCHAM and DAVID BRADY.
Reading your letters.
About the House: more points from Parliament.
Holding On by MERVYN JONES (5) Deputy editor TERESA MCGONAGLI Editor WYN KNOWLES
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2 0
Introduced by Sue MacGregor The trend-setters of the fashion world: top designers JEFF BANKS, ZANDRA RHODES and TOM GILBEY discuss their influence on the clothes we wear.
2.0-2.2 News
Reading your letters.
Holding On by MERVYN jones (11)
BBC One London


Holding On
On a hillside, a deserted village: the old stone houses partly ruined, fruit trees running wild, the cultivated terraces crumbling from neglect. After 34 years, three women and a man return to the village to find the houses they were bom in and retrace the paths they knew so well-to Fatma Hamdi the tailor's house, to the mosque, to the cucumber fields and the olive-groves. This Everyman film offers a unique insight into the experiences of Palestinian families in and around Jerusalem, and their restless search for the security of' home '.
BBC One London

Now Get Out of That

Introduced by Bernard Falk
The team of adventurers from Britain and America receive more clues as to the whereabouts of the defecting biochemist.
Their overnight stop on a deserted island proves to be an interesting challenge. Builder Tony Jones comes into his own and Jane, the vet, shows off her professional skills.
The biggest problems arise when they discover their canoes have been stolen by the enemy. So how will they get back to the mainland?
The Americans are full of bounce and good humour and still holding on to their substantial lead.
BBC Pebble Mill
BBC One London

Now Get Out of That

Introduced by Bernard Falk
The team of adventurers from Britain and America receive more clues as to the whereabouts of the defecting biochemist.
Their overnight stop on a deserted island proved to be an interesting challenge.
Builder Tony Jones comes into his own and vet Jane Wilson shows off her professional skills.
The biggest problems arise when they discover their canoes have been stolen by the enemy. So how will they get back to the mainland? The Americans are full of bounce and good humour and still holding on to their substantial lead.
Director Brian Strachan Producer Philip Franklin
BBC Pebble Mill
BBC One London

Children's BBC

Phillip Schofield - starting with Stilgoe's On with Richard Stilgoe
The programme ties itself in knots today and holding on to some of the strings are guests, The Puppeteers Company. Music by RICHARD STILGOE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Producer PIPPA DYSON (R)
BBC Two England

Black Easter

Continuing the Screen Two series of dramas is David
Pirie's futuristic thriller starring
Trevor Eve
Germany, March 2000: Detective Alex Fischer investigates the murder of a young Danish woman, whose body has been slashed from head to foot. On the ground beside her are the words in Arabic: "We are crossing. "As the threat grows of a mass exodus of refugees caused by civil war in Russia, Fischer sets out on a hazardous search for the truth with refugee Anna. See today's choices.
Producer Peter Goodchild ; Director Ben Bolt
* See This Week: page 10
BBC Radio 3

BBC Proms 1996

The Last Night of the Proms
Haydn's magnificent setting of the Te Deum launches the final Prom, and Poul Ruders 's reworking of Purcell provides a new guide to the sounds of the orchestra. The concert also celebrates the 75th birthday of Sir Malcolm Arnold and features two of Britain's best-loved singers in the traditional festivities.
Felicity Lott (soprano), Ann Murray
(mezzo), Joanna MacGregor (piano), John Wallace (trumpet), BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductor Andrew Davis.
Haydn Te Deum
Poul Ruders Concerto in Pieces (BBC commission; first London performance) Mozart Deh Vieni, Non Tardar; Dove Sono (Le Nozze di Figaro); Se Viver Non Degg'io (Mitridate, Re di Ponto) Shostakovich Concerto for Piano, Trumpet and Strings
8.45 As the Promenaders prepare to burst into Land of Hope and Glory, Andrew Green profiles the contralto whose theme song it was - Dame Clara Butt , who died 60 years ago.
9.15 Glinka Overture: Ruslan and Ludmilla
Arnold The Sound Barrier
Offenbach Barcarolle (Tales of Hoffmann); Ah! Que J'aime les Militaires (The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein) Berlioz Le Spectre de la Rose (Les Nuits d'Ete)
Puccini Flower Duet (Madam Butterfly) Elgar Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 in D
Henry Wood Fantasia on British Sea Songs
Arne Rule, Britannia!
Parry, orch Elgar Jerusalem Proms producer Edward Blakeman
# Andrew Davis 's Kind of Day: page 138
BBC One London


Concludingthe series about the inmates of New Hall Prison in west Yorkshire.
If. As Toni's time in prison draws to a close she reveals herfears of returning to the outside world. While septuagenarian fraudster Ivy has started holding poetry evenings in hercell.
See today's choices. Producer Christopher Terrill
Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
BBC Two England

Eureka Street

Four-part urban drama set in Belfast, based on the novel by Robert McLiam Wilson. Starring
Vincent Regan , Mark Benton , Elisabeth Rohm , Dervla Kirwan Lovelorn debt collector Jake is not having a good year. Meanwhile, his best friend Chuckie pulls off a scam. Contains strong language. See today's choices.
Dramatised by Donna Franceschild
Producer Sophie Gardiner : Director Adrian Shergold Digital widescreen CD SOUNDTRACK: on BBC Music Label
# Mark Benton : page 14
BBC Two England

Western Front

Continuing the series in which
Richard Holmes examines how the First World War was fought.
Holding the Front. A visit to
Verdun in France, scene of the first battle where artillery totally dominated the battlefield, leaving one million soldiers killed or wounded. See today's choices. Director/Series producer Mark Fielder Repeated next Saturday
Digital widescreen Subtitled..... BBC BOOK: Western Front, priced 117.99
BBC Radio 4 FM

Life as an Infant

When your two-year-old is lying on the floor screaming because he wants an ice cream and you have said "no", how does it make you feel? It may help to know that he does it because he "knows" you want him to have an ice cream too - he is unable to understand that your mind can hold a different idea from his.
Connie St Louis concludes the series that explores what makes children behave the way they do. E-MAIL: [email address removed]
BBC One London

Match of the Day Live: Germany v England

Gary Lineker introduces live coverage of the vital World Cup qualifier between Germany and England at Munich's Olympic Stadium (kick off at 6.30pm).
The last time England took on their arch rivals was a year ago when they suffered a 1-0 defeat in their last-ever game under Wembley's twin towers, after which Kevin Keegan announced his resignation as national coach. The controversial appointment of Swede Sven Goran Eriksson brought about a resurgence in England's fortunes and, despite last month's home defeat against the Netherlands, confidence of inflicting Germany's first-ever home defeat in a World Cup qualifying match will be high, as well as the possibility of securing the single automatic qualification place in Group 9.
Commentary from John Motson and Trevor Brooking , with analysis from Alan Hansen. Coverage of the match is repeated in its entirety at 2.55am.
(S) Coverage of England V Albania is on Wednesday at 7.30pm
Can terrestrial TV keep World Cup coverage free? page 9
BBC Two England

The Cops

Last of two two-part stories of the police drama. Mel gets too involved as she tries to establish the motive behind Shona Molloy's attack on a student. Roy lays some family ghosts to rest. Contains strong language and violence.
See Choice.
Episode written by Robert Jones
Producer Ann Harrison Baxter
Director Kenny Glenaan

How drama police series end - Deja Vu with Mark Lewisohn: p15
BBC One London


This week, a report on a call centre that kept customers holding on for hours. Presented by Nicky Campbell. Series producer Peter McCann : Editor Mark Killick
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 3.25am CONTACT: ring [number removed] or e-mail via the websrte: www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Play: The Beautiful Couple

By Carolyn Pertwee. Marjorie and Dennis have booked the same Spanish hotel room in which they spent their honeymoon, 37 years ago. But they aren't prepared for the uninhibited behaviour ofthe beautiful young couple in the next room - and the effect it will have on their own marriage.
Director IzzyMant
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Long Train to Lublin

As part of the Holocaust commemorations this week, Professor Mark Roseman uses rare personal and official documents to retrace the final journey of Ernst Krombach and his family, German Jews deported from Dusseldorf to Lublin in Poland in the spring of 1942. Their train left the station on time... and that punctual beginning of their journey to the concentration camp was indicative of a much longer bureaucratic journey for the Nazi regime as it organised the expulsion and execution of millions of its citizens. Along the route to Lublin, Roseman examines the chillingly precise machine that made a system out of slaughter.
BBC One London


It's a battle of nerves for Phil and Dennis - can there be more than just one winner?
Episode written by Simon Ashdown For cast see Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday (S) (W)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Play: The Perfect Wood

By Andy Barrett
Starring Geoffrey Palmer and Stephanie Cole.
When Bill retires from his tedious career in confectionery sales, he looks forward to spending his autumn years steeped in the traditions of the ancient art of lawn bowls. He and his wife Margaret are the best pair in the club and odds-on favourites for the Riddington Married Couples Cup. That is, until Matt and Jude move in next door.
BBC One London

Holby City

Holding On. Diane is stretched to breaking point.
Writer Barry Simner ; Producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd ; Director Clive Arnold
See also Emergency Ward 10 at 9pm on BBC4 (AD)

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