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BBC One London

Songs of Praise

In the second of athree-part strand, Jonathan Edwards examines how three words associated with the apostle Paul - faith, hope and love-have inspired some powerful human stories. People share their experiences of holding on to hope. Music includes All My Hope on God Is Founded.
BBC One London

Sport Relief 2004

The BBC's night of celebrity challenges, comedy, music and surprises, all in aid of projects supporting young people in the UK and abroad suffering the effects of poverty and disadvantage. Presented by Gary Lineker and Gabby Logan.
To donate to Sport Relief, call [number removed] (calls charged at local rate from a BT landline); log on to [Web Address Removed]; or send a cheque (payable to Sport Relief '04) to Ernst and Young, [Address Removed]. Digital viewers can press red to donate. To take part in the Fitness First Sport Relief Mile, visit [Web Address Removed] or call [number removed] (calls cost 10p per minute).
7.00* Superstars
Big names from the five terrestrial TV channels compete in a series of sinew-busting events, presided over by Cilla Black and Clare Balding.

7.10* Dick and Dom put Ray Stubbs through the mill.

7.15* Strictly Come Dancing Live
Martin Offiah, Natasha Kaplinsky and Chris Parker hit the dancefloor, while Patrick Kielty joins the presenting team and Rachel Stevens performs her charity single Some Girls.

8.00* They Think It's All a Question of Sport
Stephen Fry adjudicates in a hybrid quiz with Sue Barker, Ally McCoist, Frankie Dettori, Nick Hancock, Phil Tufnell and Phill Jupitus. The fun continues on BBC2.
Director John L Spencer : Producers Jon Rowlands , Andy Harris and Anthony Caveney Videoplus code for 7.00-12.10am (non-PDC) BBCi: press the red button to donate and for interactive elements throughout the five-hour live show, including a public vote for Celebrity Fight Night. For further information including events in your area, see [web address removed]* All timings are approximate Laughing fit: page 10
BBC One London


Holding On 2/2. The medics fight to save those still trapped in the gripping conclusion to yesterday's story. Meanwhile, Maggie faces her worst nightmare - and it's all Bruno's fault. See yesterday's choice.
More cast on Saturday www.bbc.co.uk/casualty
BBC One London

Planet Earth

4/6. Shallow Seas. Following the epic journey of a humpback whale and her calf as they travel to the great feeding ground in the icy polar seas. Plus pygmy sea horses and sea snakes, bull fur seals attacking king penguins, rampaging starfish and giant colonies of seabirds in the Arabian desert. David Attenborough narrates. Planet Earth - the Future follows on BBC4.
Producer Mark Brownlow ; Series producer Alastair Fothergill
Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 (HD) RT DIRECT: the hardback book Planet Earth is E17.50 (RRP
E25) inci p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost maximum of 8p per minute) or send a cheque, payable to [address removed] The Inside Story: page 76
BBC Two England

Andrew Marr's History of Modern Britain

New series 1/5. Advance Britannia. Drawing on archives, anecdotes and analysis, Andrew Marr charts some of the global events that have shaped British society since the end of the Second World War, beginning with the 1945 national election that saw Winston Churchill removed from power. Despite his successes, Churchill left the British people war-weary and nearly bankrupt. In contrast, Labour leader
Clement Attlee and his eccentric band of high-minded socialists were intent on creating the welfare state and keen to nationalise major industries. But Britain's economic stability suffered a blow when India gained independence from the Empire, and the people's growing impatience with austerity threatened to take the country from bankruptcy to self-destruction. Director/Producer Tom Giles Turning points: page 27


Cards on the Table:
Hercule Poirot mystery in which a murderer strikes during a game of bridge. Agatha Christie adaptation by Michael Bakewell , starring John Moffatt ,
Stephanie Cole , Donald Sinden and loan Meredith
BBC One London


I'll Keep Holding On. Lily is forced to deal with a teenage truant who is worried her fear may become a reality.
Writer Andrea Clyndes Showing on the BBC HD channel at 6pm
BBC Home Service Basic


by Bill Cowley
When his career in the Indian Civil Service came to an end in 1947 Bill Cowley bought a twenty-one acre small-holding on the Yorkshire moors. This talk is about his early experiences as a farmer.
BBC Television

You Take Over: 1: Air Traffic Controller

A series of dramatised documentaries.
See panel on left and page 7
BBC Home Service Basic


A Reconstruction written and presented at the microphone by Edgar Lustgarten of the remarkable series of events that followed a wages snatch outside a Tottenham factory on the morning of January 23, 1909
Produced by Joe Burroughs
BBC Two England

Whicker's World: Is There Anybody There?: Life After Death

Alan Whicker considers Life After Death.
When we die do we simply move on to another plane to live again in a sort of astral suburbia, able, through a medium to transmit messages of encouragement and hope to loved ones still earthbound? Thousands believe this. Are they pathetic, gullible, foolish, or is it a reality?
BBC One London


The Thursday film this week is from Italy
Mario has second thoughts about holding on to lost property.
Story told by PETER BOWLES Presented by Peggy Miller
BBC Two England


Whispering Smith starring
Brenda Marshall , Donald Crisp
William Demarest
Screenplay by FRANK BUTLER and KARL LAMB based on the novel by FRANK H. SPEARMAN
Directed by Leslie Fenton
In the wild western mountain frontier of 1890 a soft-spoken special railway agent comes into conflict with some train robbers, one of whom is his old friend.
BBC One London

Made in Britain

Men of Fibre: 1. The first of two reports examines the prospects for cloth manufacturers grappling with the problems of holding on to their key markets. Reporter REG ABBISS
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.
Introduced from Manchester by June Knox-Mawer
Newspapers in the Classroom: JUDI GOODWIN reports.
2.-2.2 News
Danger in Dieting: a personal experience of anorexia nervosa.
Conflict of Interests?: views ori living in a National Park. JAMES MCMANUS reads
Holding On by MERVYN JONES (4) Producer GILLIAN HUSH
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Proof against what?: DILYS MORGAN braves showers and downpours in a variety of rain-wear.
2.-2.2 News
Reading your letters.
I'll have my baby at home: JEAN WRIGHTON defies current medical opinion and a doctor comments.
About the House: more points from Parliament.
Holding On by MERVYN JONES abridged by DOREEN ESTALL Read by James McManus (first of 12 instalments)
(Serial music: Trumpet Concerto in c by Lovelock)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.
Introduced by Sue
MacGregor Guest of the Week: Anthony Tuke , Chairman of Barclays Bank.
2.-2.2 News
Sounds of Autumn: recorded by countrylover RAY GOODWIN.
About the House: more points from Parliament.
People not Cases: JUNE ROSE looks at the work of the Family Service Unit. JAMES MCMANUS reads
Holding On by MERVYN JONES (2)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.0 Introduced from Bristol by Daphne Hubbard
The Pursuit of Freedom: JOHN HALE makes it the theme of his latest novel.
2.8-2.2 News
A Yard of Cats: NORMA HUX -TABLE had one ginger torn ... she thought.
In Love with Norway: ROSALIND LAKER talks to FRANK HENNIG. JAMES MCMANUS reads
Holding On by MERVYN JONES (9)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.0
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Talk till Two.
2.0-2.2 News
About the House: more points from Parliament.
Arts Notebook: a monthly look at work in progress. JAMES MCMANUS reads
Holding On by MERVYN JONES (8)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

from 2.0
Introduced by Sue MacGregor Leisure and Pleasure: pursuits, entertainments and places to go.
2.0-2.2 News
About the House: more points from Parliament
What's New for the Home: a report.
Medicine Today and Tomorrow: DR ERIC JAMESON looks at new Ideas and techniques. JAMES MCMANUS reads
Holding On by MERVYN JONES (6)

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