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Castles in the Air. A bogus paramedic runs riot and endangers the life of a young child. See today's choices.
Episode written by Andrew Holden ; Producer
Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Laurence Moody
BBC One London

P G Wodehouse's Heavy Weather

Trouble is brewing at
Blandings Castle, home to
Clarence, Earl of Emsworth, his brother, his sisterand- most importantly of all - his prize pig. See today's choices.
Adapted by Douglas Livingstone
Producer Verity Lambert ; Director Jack Gold
♦ John Peel 's Family Album: page 24
BBC One London

The Promise of His Glory

The last in a series of Advent services comes from St Peter 's Church, Woolley, Yorkshire, where Methodists and Anglicans join together in prayer and song. Led by the Rev Catherine OgJe and the Rev Peter Arnold. Hymns included
Great and Mighty Wonder and The Holly and the Ivy. Presented by Fiona Castle .
BBC One London

The Promise of His Glory

For the third Sunday in Advent the service comes from St John the Baptist,
Bromsgrove, and is led by Canon John Davies. With Fiona Castle. Stereo.
BBC One London

The Promise of His Glory

The second of a series of advent services comes from St Thomas of Canterbury, Brentwood, Essex. With Fiona Castle.
BBC One London

The Promise of His Glory

The first of a series of Advent services comes from King's College Chapel, London, and is led by the Rev
Tim Ditchfield , with a sermon from the Dean of King's, the Rev Richard Burridge.
Presented by Fiona Castle .
BBC One London

Billy Connolly's World Tour of Scotland

Billy Connolly ends his tour of Scotland in the city of Edinburgh, where he roams the streets of the historictown, visits Edinburgh Castle and, in the old Scottish tradition, spits on the famous Heart of Midlothian.
Tonight's programme, the last in the series, also includes excerpts from Billy Connolly 's concerts in the Usher Hall. Director Willy Smax ; Producer Bill Tennant
BBC One London

The Spirit of England

Ronald Pickup visits Stokesay Castle,
Shropshire and Kenwood House, London.
BBC One London

Island Race

Barra to Orkney. The weather hampers their progress as John McCarthy and Sandi Toksvigapproach , then clear, the Western Isles, but on the longest day of the year they pass the most north-westerly point of mainland Britain - Cape Wrath. See today's choices. Director/ProducerJeremy Mills Repeated tomorrow at 2.35pm
♦ See This Week: page 10
BBC One London

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

The floodlit esplanade of Edinburgh
Castle is the stage for more than performers from around the world to celebrate this year's theme - the 700-year-old friendship between
France and Scotland, known as the Auld Alliance. The massed bands will be made up from the newly formed Highland and Lowland bands of the Scottish Division, the Waterloo Band from the King's Division of Infantry, and the Welsh Guard. The Tattoo ends in traditional fashion with a lone piper playing on the castle battlements. Introduced by Tom Fleming.
Director/Producer Justin C Adams; Executive producer Liz Scott Stereo
BBC One London


Wedding day joy is shattered in the last of the series when the police arrive, looking for the groom.
See today's choices.
Repeated on Wednesday at 1.50pm on BBC2
BBC One London

Masters of the Universe

Fantasy adventure starring
Dolph Lundgren
Frank Langella
On distant Eternia, Castle Greyskull has fallen to the might of evil Skeletor-would-be Master of the Universe. Only He-Man can stop him assuming power - but not if he is stuck on the primitive far-off planet called Earth.
Director Gary Goddard (1987)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 37-42
BBC One London

Wogan's Island

A series of programmes in which Terry Wogan visits his native land.
Midlands and North West. Terry looks at myths and legends of Ireland when he visits Meath, Longford and Cavan. and meets an earl who has rock concerts by his castle, Ireland's first astronaut, a man who paints potholes in the night and Paddy Maloney of the Chieftains.
Producer Ken Stephinson Stereo Subtitied.871
BBC One London


The penultimate episode. Alison is nervous about the first night of her play.
Written by Clare Mclntyre and Mark Wadlow
Producers Alison Gee and David Hanson ; Director
RomeyAllison Omnibus on Wednesday at 1.50pm on BBC2 The final episode is next Sunday on BBC 1
BBC One London


Alex tells Jill that Sarah knows of their affair; Stephen reacts badly to Anita's revelations; and Sarah comes up with an unusual proposal to prevent the collapse of the plans forthe adoption.
For cast see Monday Stereo
BBC One London


Tony and Rachel's evening in with Anita and Stephen is interrupted by a policeman with devastating news.
Written by Stephen Lowe
Producer David Hanson ; Director Simon Massey Omnibus on Wednesday at 1.50pm on BBC2
BBC One London


Sarah comesface to face with her husband's mistress; Linda and Philip's displeasure with Paul shows no sign of subsiding; and Adam offers Tony some more business advice.
Forcastsee Monday Stereo Subtitled .....
BBC One London


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BBC One London


Sarah is aghast when Jane provides herwith evidence of Alex's affair.
Written by Peter Whalley
Producer David Hanson ; Director Jeremy Silberston Omnibus on Wed at 2.15pm Stereo Subtitled .
BBC One London


Paul's plan to see Helen without her parents' consent has consequences for Philip and Linda.
ForcastseeMonday Stereo Subtitled ....

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