6.45 Education: Time to Learn
7.10 Heat through the Lithosphere
7.35 History: The Photographer as Witness
8.00 Deep Secrets
8.25 Maths: Differential Equations
The Playbus stops today at the Dot Stop, where Dot (Liz Kitchen) plays the drums. She plays other instruments, too, and so does Domino the musical monkey.
Today's story, The Tummy, the Hands and the Feet, is told by Mark Sendell. (R)
... of It All. In the final programme of this series, Donald Reeves talks about the one certain fact of life - the inevitability of death, which the Old Testament prophets claimed was also true of societies. Such sayings are never easy, but he believes that they point to a new way of living and being which is waiting to be born: 'When all is gathered into God, then we shall know something of that peace, beauty, harmony and union for which we strive and for which religion exists.'
Director Richard AJwyn
Producer Helen Alexander (R)
A Redeemed People. Linda Mary
Evans joins Liz Westcott at home in Brixham in Devon for a simple service of readings, prayer and reflections. The Rev Dave Pole explores what it means to be 'redeemed' today.
Reading: Isaiah 43, vv1-7. Director Stephen Lynas Editor Helen Alexander
FILM Starring the Sesame Street gang with John Candy, Chevy Chase
When Big Bird is taken from Sesame Street to stay with a family of his own kind - the Dodos - he runs away. But Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of his old Sesame
Street friends soon set off to find him and begin a series of exciting adventures.
With the voices of Caroll Spinney (Big Bird/Oscar), Jim Henson (Kermit the Frog/Ernie) and Frank Oz (Cookie Monster/Bert/Grover). Director Ken Kwapis
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Cartoon in which Popeye's pa poses problems.
Brian Kay and Sara Edwards introduce the highlights from this year's Llangollen International
Musical Eisteddfod, the world's leading festival of choral music, folk song and dance, featuring thousands of competitors from every part of the globe. Producer Dafydd M Roberts
Executive producer Huw Brian Williams
Another chance to see a 40 Minutes programme, this time with subtitles and sign language. A Safe Sex for a Safe Seat. In Buxton, Jill and Mary have a goal. They are looking for a candidate for High Peak parliamentary constituency. For the first time, cameras are allowed behind the doors of a selection committee. Will a woman get through the first round? If so, how will she answer the question: 'Is there anything in your past which could damage or embarrass the Conservative Party?'
With sign language interpretation by John Lee.
Producer Ruth Jackson Editor Caroline Pick
John Craven presents this week's programme from the Royal Show ground at Stoneleigh in Warwickshire. Once the Royal was just a perfect event for farmers to meet up with friends. Today it is visited by thousands who know little or nothing about farming. But deep down the show is still very much about what is happening in the countryside as reporters Chris Baines and Michael Collie discover.
Plus the weather for the countryside at 12.55pm with Ian McCaskill.
Producer Alan Miller
Editor Michael Fitzgerald
With Philip Hayton. Followed by On the Record
Up-to-the-minute analysis of the latest events in British politics.
Today's programme asks: is there now a chance of 'peace in our time' in Northern Ireland? This week the Government is expected to announce the next stage in the delicate process of bringing the warring parties to negotiation.
Frank Millar reports on whether these talks, the first for ten years, will succeed where all others have failed. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole , the BBC's political editor. Producer Sam Collyns Editor Glenwyn Benson
Another chance to see last week's episodes.
Sharon meets her real mother at last - and is shocked by her situation. A new family arrives in the Square and Cindy discovers that her secret is out.
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Bill Oddie immerses himself in the life of Clydebank near Glasgow - a town destroyed in the wartime blitz almost 50 years ago. Since then the community has bounced back from a variety of disasters, and among those paying tribute to the town's resilience are local pop stars Wet Wet Wet. Producer Stuart Miller
Series editor Roger Hutchings
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Jimmy Savile fixes it for those of you who wrote to him asking to see again their favourite 'Fix-Its' from the past 15 years. They include a viewer who wanted to be Spiderman and another who wanted to challenge Frank Bruno to a boxing match at the Royal Albert Hall. Producer Roger Ordish
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The classic comedy starring Michael Crawford
More adventures with the ever-clumsy Frank Spencer.
Written by Raymond Allen Producer Michael Mills (R)
The Jolly Boys' Outing. Del, Rodney and Uncle Albert go on a coach trip to Margate for the day, but things inevitably don't go as planned.
Written by John Sullivan Director Tony Dow
Producer Gareth Gwenlan (R)
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With Philip Hayton.
Weather Ian McCaskill
World Cup Final live from the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Who will be the winners of the 14th World Cup final? Only six teams have ever won football's ultimate prize: 1990 hosts Italy, winning it on three occasions in 1934, 1938 and 1982; Brazil, also three times in 1958, 1962 and 1970; West Germany, Uruguay and Argentina, two times a piece and, of course, England back in 1966. Will a seventh country make its mark on the roll of honour? BBCtv provides uninterrupted coverage of the whole occasion and a review of the epic moments of the 1990 World Cup matches. introduced by Desmond Lynam. 0 FEATURE: page 12
The Jersey detective series starring John Nettles
Treasure Hunt. Murder and a series of apparently unrelated robberies bring Jim Bergerac face to face with his old adversary Philippa Vale, with unforeseen consequences for them both.
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Martyn Lewis presents the news of the day's major world events. Weather Ian McCaskill
An Eye for an Eye. In May 1988 Palestinian terrorists murdered British relief workers and their children in a bomb attack in the Sudan. The relatives of the British families must now decide the fate of the terrorists. Under Islamic law they have to choose between three courses of action: the death penalty, blood money or pardon.
Imprisonment has not been offered as an option.
Joan Bakewell talks to one family about the dilemma they face and the decision they finally make. Director Candida Pryce-Jones Series producer Olga Edridge
The climax of the greatest tennis championships in the world: the crowning of the men's singles champion.
Harry Carpenter introduces highlights of this afternoon's final and with guests recalls the best moments from the fortnight.
This 91-part epic Indian drama is a tale about love, war and good triumphing over evil.
13: King Kans learns that Devaki's baby son - who's destined to kill him - is alive and living in Gokul. He sends Poona disguised as a nurse to kill all the newborn children, but when she tries to kill Krishna she herself dies. Kans, however, thinks his evil plan has worked.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Shown yesterday at 2.45pm on BBC2)