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It's the Junior Semi-Final of the 2019 Songs Of Praise Young Choir Of The Year competition from Victoria Hall in Bolton. Five fabulous choirs made up of singers aged twelve and under sing for a place in the Grand Final in a fortnight's time. They're hoping to impress the expert panel of judges, Russell Watson, Carrie Grant and JB Gill.
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This month marks 200 years since Queen Victoria's birth, so Countryfile is exploring the Victorian's fascination with nature and the great outdoors. Matt Baker is visiting Queen Victoria's beloved country retreat, Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, where preparations for the celebrations are well underway. Ellie Harrison is finding out about the rebellious Victorian women's cycling clubs. John Craven is delving into Darwin's theory of sexual selection and his issues with the flamboyant peacock. Margherita Taylor's taking a microscopic view of the Victorian's obsession with science and ordering nature. And Adam Henson is meeting the dairy farmer who overcame adversity to realise his dream. And Tom's looking at the impact of bringing Britain's biggest bird of prey back to our skies.
Wrest Park in Bedfordshire is the setting for today's Roadshow where treasures include a piece of Murano glass inspired by Picasso and a collection of 1950's advertising posters for Vauxhall cars. As usual, the day produces and eclectic mix of objects. Expert, Ronnie Archer-Morgan challenges the audience to guess the origins of three pieces of ornate tribal jewellery, while the vicar turns up with a handsome silver flagon presented to the local church in 1684. And militaria specialist, Mark Smith can't believe his eyes when one visitor brings along a set of original blueprints for the Bouncing Bomb as depicted in the movie, The Dam Busters.
Halifax, 1832. Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) returns from Hastings to Shibden Hall, having discovered that her would-be companion and lover, the aristocratic Vere Hobart (Jodhi May), has accepted a marriage proposal from a man. Despite her affection for her elderly aunt (Gemma Jones), Anne is frustrated by the shabbiness of her ancestral home and finds her father (Timothy West) and long-suffering sister (Gemma Whelan) difficult to live with. A visit from her ex-lover Mariana Lawton (Lydia Leonard) compounds Anne's fear that she is destined to be alone. However, when Anne discovers that her land is rich in coal, her plans to transform the estate soon provide a welcome distraction from her broken heart. On the neighbouring estate, Crow Nest, shy heiress Ann Walker (Sophie Rundle) is quietly delighted to hear that charismatic Anne Lister is back. Meanwhile, Anne's servants and tenants have problems of their own. A hit-and-run accident on Shibden land puts a child's life at risk, and Anne's French maid Eugénie finds herself in trouble.
Adem Qasim, un terroriste, s'enfuit lors d'un transfert, échappant à la vigilance des services secrets. Il n'en faut pas plus pour que Harry Pearce, à la tête de l'unité antiterroriste, soit accusé de l'événement. Tandis que les suspicions grandissent, Pearce demande son aide à Holloway, un ancien agent...