6.45 Earth's Physical
7.35 Food Production:
The Grain Story
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The Patch Stop
Storyteller: Brian Cant (R)
Creeds in Community Dr Mary Hall talks with Raviatu Ammah and Sarah Montagu. Director STEVE BENSON
Producer DAVID CRAIG (R)
My Yoke Is Easy
Graham Young joins Valerie Blizzard at her Jiome near Stroud. Valerie's husband
Richard shows how a yoke was made and what it signifies. Reading:
Matthew 11, w 25-30. Director STEPHEN LYNAS Editor HELEN ALEXANDER BBC Bristol
With Janice Long.
Director DAVID WHEELER
16: Rivediamo un po'...
Film editor RODERICK LONGHURST
Producer MADDALENA FAGANDINI (R)
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Series producer FIONA PITCHER
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Presented by Clive Mason and Maureen Denmark.
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Every week 15,000 animals from British farms are sent abroad for slaughter. It's a trade which welfare organisations deplore but which the Government insists must go on to satisfy the Treaty of Rome and European taste for freshly-killed meat. Should meat go overseas on the hoof or on the hook?
Plus the weather for the countryside at 12.55pm with John Kettley. Producer IAN BREACH
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill
With Chris Lowe followed by On the Record
Peter Brooke 's arrival at
Stormont created few expectations but his political initiatives have already confounded critics of his appointment. Mary Holland reports from the extremes of Unionist Ulster and Nationalist West Belfast as they assess their response. In his first major television interview the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland explains what he has done and what he can do to encourage peaceful progress. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
Producer PETER LOVERING Editor DAVID AARONOVITCH
By Tony Jordan and Rob Gittins.
Family and friends react to the news that Michelle is leaving Albert Square. EastEnders special: pages 4-12
Live coverage of one of the FA Cup Fifth Round's outstanding ties: Newcastle
United v Manchester United.
Brief action from the day's other ties plus the FA Cup Sixth Round draw. Producer VIVIEN KENT
Series producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor BRIAN BARWICK
Selina Scott and couturier
Victor Edelstein ; Jeff Banks and last year's models' debut in high street shops; Caryn Franklin and a beady-eyed report from Paris; and Raj Dhanda at the V and A. Producer CLARE STRIDE
Executive producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
French 18th-century snuff boxes, a Colt revolver and a pair of Chippendale library armchairs. From Royal Tunbridge Wells.
Introduced by Hugh Scully. Director DIANE REID
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Songs of Praise visits the Georgian streets of Edinburgh's New Town and the church of St Andrew and St George to find the Christian face of the city. Pam Rhodes meets a clergyman with a special ministry, and two women who show care for drug addicts and those who are HIV positive.
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Unknown (Love Unknown); Out of the Depths I Cry to Thee (St Martin); A Touching Place (Dream Angus): Behold! The Mountain of the Lord (Glasgow).
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Written by George Layton. Starring Tony Britton and Nigel Havers.
1: With the birth of their first child only three months away, Tom and Madelaine are looking for a suitable small house. Suddenly a lot of other well-meaning people become involved!
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When a fugitive from South Africa appeals to
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From the University of St Andrews with Magnus Magnusson.
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The life and career of Lyndon Baines Johnson ; John Mottram
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(public relations officer) The life and writings of Karen Blixen ; Fergus Tickell
The life and works of Brian O'Nolan.
Director ANDREA CONWAY Producer PETER MASSEY BBC Elstree
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Real life humour, mishaps, special investigations and consumer stories.
With Esther Rantzen , Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader , Simon Fanshawe and Doc Cox. Editor SHAUN WOODWARD
Deputy editor BRYHER SCUDAMORE
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Nothing Will Stop Us!
On 2 September 1989, 150lbs of dynamite exploded at the headquarters of El Espectador, one of the largest national daily newspapers in Colombia. The next day the paper was published as normal - with the defiant headline: 'Nothing Will Stop Us!' The bomb was the most recent act of terrorism against El Espectador. The newspaper's crime? It dared to speak out against Colombia's drug barons. Everyman spent two weeks following El Espectador 's journalists.
Producer PATRICIA CASTANO
Editor JANE DRABBLE
Starring Judd Hirsch. Hello/Goodbye
A man arrives on John's doorstep claiming to be the by-product of a weekend John spent in a ski lodge 25 years ago.
Based on the BBC series by JOHN SULLIVAN
With Jackie Spreckley and Jill Cochrane.
Window on the Universe
The NTT, or New Technology Telescope, at La Silla in the Atacama Desert of Chile has now come into full operation. It is the most accurate, most modern telescope in the world, as Patrick Moore finds when he visits La Silla. Producer PIETER MORPURGO