Dennis Cornish travels to Guernsey to visit Harold Dally , the managing director of one of the island's largest horticultural companies. To relax, Dally turns to his garden, and his passion for lilies. Producer David Spires (R)
Fr Bill Hewett travels to the Basque country in this series about the spiritual exercises of St Ignatius. Director Ann Richardson Producer Chris Loughlin
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Tony Phelan visits St Christopher's School in Bumham-on-Sea to join the headmaster Christopher Woolley for prayer, reading and reflection. The speaker is Gill Dallow.
Reading: Romans 7, vv 14-25. Director Rosalind Nevin Editor Helen Alexander
French for beginners.
5: Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones review the French covered so far and look at what the French expect in their ideal partner. Producer David Wilson (R)
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Spanish for begininners.
5: Yolanda Vazquez shows how to say what languages you speak and travels north to see the rowing races and mountain hiking. Producer David Wiison (R)
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How the new European Single
Market might affect you in 1992. You and Your Food and Drink.
Presented by Alan Watson and Dick Taverne.
Series editor Christopher Capron
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The last of three dramatised programmes about successful managing through meetings.
Building the Team. Presented and written by Jack Gratus. Producer Tony Roberts (R)
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In the second of eight programmes, Maggie Philbin looks at talking and reading with the under 5s. (R)
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A Deaf Awareness Week edition, with reports from the Disability
Rallies. Presented in sign language by Maureen Denmark and Clive Mason. Interpreters: John Lee and Brenda Mackay.
Series producer Ian Woolf
(This week, Monday to Friday, the 8.00am News on BBC2 will carry sign language.)
The fox hunting season starts again this Thursday, and so will all the old arguments. Are fox hunters 'the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable', as Oscar Wilde put it, or are they sportsmen and women controlling a vicious killer? New scientific evidence may help settle the arguments. Including at
12.55pm weather for the week ahead with Michael Fish. Producer Dick Colthurst Editor Michael Fitzgerald
The Conservatives want to be the party of the family. Home Office Minister Angela Rumbold , MP, talks to Jonathan Dimbleby. Reports from Niall Dickson. Editor Glenwyn Benson
Another chance to see last week's episodes. Mark gets himself into big trouble with the law.
Richard Burton , Elizabeth Taylor Unconventional artist
Laura Reynolds meets strait-laced
Dr Edward Hewitt , whose initial antagonism to her lifestyle turns to fierce attraction.
Director Vincente Minnelli
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Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin in Paris preview clothes for spring/summer 91 from the world's top designers, and examine the city's second-hand couture and dress hire.
Producer Colette Byrne
Executive producer Roger Casstles
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Devised and presented by Esther Rantzen with Michael Groth.
Starring unsung heroes and heroines, with special guests
Floella Benjamin , Joe Brown and Dr Alan Maryon Davis. Director Phil Chilvers
Series producer Jane Etsdon-Dew
Dr Alan Maryon
Actor Anthony Andrews appeals on behalf of the Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy, which provides residential courses for handicapped and disturbed young people. Cliff Michelmore and Lynette Lithgow report on charity news. Producer Jill Dawson
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
Young people from around the world come to Taize in Burgundy to seek God in a community of monks founded 50 years ago by Brother Roger , who still leads them. Presented by Pam Rhodes. Producer David Kremer Editor Roger Hutchings
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Roll On. Foggy refuses to accept that they are too old for barrel rolling. Written by Roy Clarke.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
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9: Kate is questioned by the police.Frere poses a problem for Lynne.
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Mrs Boswell is concerned about
Grandad, and Aveline is desperate for work. Written by Carla Lane.
Director/Producer John B Hobbs
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A ghost story in three episodes written by Malcolm Bradbury from the novel by Kingsley Amis . Starring Albert Finney Michael Hordern
1: Maurice Allington has two addictions - women and alcohol - and he's in the ideal business to indulge them both. He runs a successful country restaurant called the Green Man. It is supposed to be haunted, although no one's seen a ghost for years, but now Maurice starts to see them.
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Germany is reunited. Now begins the process of reconciliation. How difficult will this be, not only between East and West Germans but among East Germans themselves, who are having to come to terms with the death of a country, a system, a set of values - a way of life? Tonight Joan Bakewell highlights their fears and anxieties and explores the psychological effects and the social implications of reunification and reconciliation.
A comedy-drama series from America starring Blair Brown Here Are a Few Variations on a Sexual Theme. Sometimes you can have just too many lovers knocking on your door. Molly (Blair Brown ) begins to feel spoilt for choice - but is there a happy ending in any of her encounters?
The education magazine returns with Mike Baker , the BBC's education correspondent, reporting on the great reading debate; the Rt Hon John MacGregor , MP,
Secretary of State for Education, is questioned on current public concern about schools and teachers; and Joseph Fernandez ,
Chancellor of Schools in New York, discusses his problems. With Jackie Spreckley.
A 91-part epic drama in Hindi with English subtitles.