With signing and subtitles
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1.
Parliamentary update. Stereo ......
Concluding part of the documentary on the long defunct railway runningfrom Barnstapleto Lynton in North Devon.
Last in the series in which shepherd and farm worker Richard Seabrook reflects on the year and his life. Rpt ....
' Comedy starring Simone Simon
James Ellison , Robert Mitchum
Needing a place to stay in Washington,
Kathie Aumont is given tne Keys to a friend's apartment - only to discoverthat almost all of the owner's male friends have also been given a set.
Director Joe May (1944) a/W ♦ See Films: pages 47-52 ***
Detour on a Road Going Nowhere. Kimble flees again when his employers decide to fingerprint the workforce.
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Business news. Stereo ....................
Documentary about child stars and their attempts to come to terms with early fame.
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Racing From Ascot. Featuring races at
2.35,3.05 and 3.35pm. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
Skiing From Kitzbuhel in Austria. Action from the men's downhill. With David Vine. Producer Paul Davies ; Editor Carl Hicks Stereo.
Including at 2.50 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz. Stereo ..........................
Today's subject: mummy's boys. Why do some sons stay tied to their mother's apron strings?
Continuing the real-life soap set in a Hampshire village. Geoff and Christina are anxious about the future of their organic farm shop
Christopher Lee returns to the Italian Embassy in London where his cousin, the Ambassador, first suggested he take Up acting.
Herman decides to become a private detective.
Hostage. When Purdey is taken prisoner, pressure is put on Steed to steal some secret plans or she will die. John Steed PATRICK MACNEE, Mike Gambit GARETH HUNT
Purdey. JOANNA LUMLEY. McKay WILLIAM
FRANKLYN. Spelman SIMON OATES
Wrttten by Brian Clemens ; Director Sydney Hayers
The latest news, reviews and gossip from the world of entertainment, plus a roundup of computer games. Presented by Live and Kicking's
Emma Forbes , with Adem Ay.
Producer Chris Bellinger
' An eight-part series of rock, rap, reggae, synth, soul and metal, from the BBC archives.
The New Romantics brought the fop back into pop and opened the doorto pirates, highwaymen, redskins and highlanders. See today's choices. Producer Jeannie Clark ; Executive producer
This week, coverage of indoor motor racingfrom the Autosport International at Birmingham; celebrations of years of Skoda at the Bohemia Rally near Prague; and the first of two reports on the Turbo Cup Championship.
Series producer Ken Pollock ; Executive producer
The second in a six-part gardening series for beginners. Tonight, rescuing a tatty lawn and how to get the best out of climbing plants. With Helen Yemm. See today's choices.
Producer Gay Search Stereo ♦ See This Week: page 8
The second in a six-part comedy series starring Gregor Fisher.
Rab and Mary head for the Lake District, where they hope to recharge the connubial batteries. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Rab C Nesbitt:
Another screeningforthe quick-fire comedy series starring
Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson. Directors Arch Dyson and John Birkin
Producers Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson
The second in a new six-part series of the comedy sketch show. Regulars Leo Chester , Felix Dexter , Robbie Gee,
KulvinderGhir, Llewella Gideon , Judith Jacob , Eddie Nestor and Meera Syal are joined by actor Saeed Jaffrey.
Producer Paulette Randall ; Executive producer
BillWilson Stereo Subtitled ...............
With Jeremy Paxman.
Frank Skinner and David Baddiel , plus number-crunchingflatmate Statto, present another edition of the soccer show. This week's guest managers are Arsenal fanatics Melvyn Bragg and comedian Alan Davies.
Director Peter Orton ; Producer Andy Jacobs
A Portrait of Phil Lynott
When Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott died on 4 January 1986, he was 36 years old. His early death from a drug-related illness placed him in the same rock 'n' roll league as his idols Elvis and Jimi Hendrix. This documentary looks behind the image to reveal the strains of life in the fast lane. It also focuses on Lynott as family man, writer and black Irishman with a Brazilian father. Including contributions from Bono, Van Morrison ,
Mark Knopfler , Scott Gorham and Lynott's wife Caroline Crowther , who speaks publiclyforthe first time.
DirectorShayHealy Stereo ................
Drama starring r Kevin Smith , TertiusMeintjies r Born deaf and dumb to a rural black preacher, Jobman is fiercely independent, but he fails to find work in the city. He returns to his wife and baby in the country, only to be forced on the run when he sets off a chain of violence.
Jobman KEVIN SMITH. Karel TERTIUS MEINTJIES.
Anna LYNN GAINES , Sergeant MARCEL VAN HEERDEN. Pyp GOLIATH DAVIDS. Petra JOSEPHINE LlEDEMAN Director Darrell Roodt (1989) ..... ♦ See Films: pages 47-52