Dennis Cornish visits people who grow fuchsias as professionals, as prize-winning amateurs - and someone who sells them to raise money for handicapped children. Producer David Spires (R)
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Fr Bill Hewett travels to the Basque country to introduce more spiritual exercises of St Ignatius. The workshop looks at ways of coping with anger.
Director Ann Richardson Producer Chris Loughlin
Paul Boateng , MP, is the speaker in this morning's time of prayer and reflection, when Noel Battye joins
Mary Lewis in her home in north-west London. Reading: Hosea 6, vv 1-6. Director Valetta Stallabrass Producer Chris Loughlin
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French for beginners.
6: Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones explain times, time-tables and tickets. Producer David Wilson (R)
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Spanish for beginners.
6: Yolanda Vazquez travels to Madrid. Producer David Wilson (R)
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How the new European Single Market might affect you in 1992. You and Your Health. With
Alan Watson and Dick Taverne. Series editor Christopher Capron
A Capron production for BBCtv (R)
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The first of two special reports' on eastern Europe.
Counter Revolutions. Western retailers are marching in to the new eastern Europe. But as food subsidies are removed, consumers face inflation and unemployment. So is there real spending power in these fledgling market economies? John Humphrys meets western retailers who believe there is. Producer David Dawson (R)
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In the third of eight programmes,
Maggie Philbin shows how children under 5 can learn to recognise print in their everyday lives. (R)
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The magazine programme which reflects the concerns and interests of the deaf community. Presented in sign language by Maureen Denmark and Clive Mason. Sign language interpreters: John Lee and Brenda Mackay. Series producer Ian Woolf
The legacy of Britain's industrial heritage in the north west of England is some of the worst dereliction in Europe - land scarred and polluted by every kind of spoil and debris. But as John Craven and Rupert Segar report, these wastelands could offer hope in the battle to preserve flora and fauna. Including at 12.55pm the weather for the week ahead with Bernard Davey. Producer Alan Miller
Editor Michael Fitzgerald
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by On the Record
On the eve of the World Climate
Conference which will decide what the world's governments must do to avert ecological disaster, environmentalist Jonathon Porritt debates live in the studio with the Rt Hon Chris Patten , MP, Secretary of State for the Environment, on whether Britain is doing enough. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole. Producer lain Picton
Editor Glenwyn Benson
Another chance to see last week's episodes.
All John and Jules can think of is poker. Arthur desperately tries to protect Mark from the police.
Henry Fonda , Richard Widmark The citizens of the small town of Warlock hire a professional gunfighter to be their marshal in this tense psychological western.
Screenplay by Robert Alan Aurthur Director Edward Dmytryk
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Capers with the cartoon sailor. (R)
Swimming hats you can wear on dry land, sculptured leather jackets, the latest ski wear, young designers in Coventry and news of The
Clothes Show/Brother Knitting Competition. With Selina Scott , Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Sheryl Simms.
Producer Clare Stride
Executive producer Roger Casstles
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Devised and presented by Esther Rantzen with Michael Groth.
Today's guests are athlete Fatima Whitbread and author Jilly Cooper. Director Phil Chilvers
Series producer Jane Elsdon-Dew
In York, Rowntree's factory shift leader, Pat Reed , explains how maths helped her with her orange creams. With Carol Vorderman.
Narrated by Peter Jones. Producer Jonathan Drori
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bernard Davey
Alan Titchmarsh travels to the Suffolk coast to join the congregation of the church of St Edmund King and Martyr at Southwold.
Hymns: Praise to the Holiest in the Height (Gerontius); Angel Voices
Ever Singing (Angel Voices); Lord for Tomorrow and Its Needs
(Providence); Come On and Celebrate; Amazing Grace; The Servant King; Great Is Thy
Faithfulness; The Day Thou Gavest Lord Is Ended (St Clement). Producer David Kremer Editor Roger Hutchings
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Last in the comedy series written by Roy Clarke. Starring Bill Owen Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde
A Landlady for Smiler. Compo can see a benefit for Smiler.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
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10: Tony's secret stuns Jack.
Episode written by Mervyn Haisman Producer Tony Rowe Director Robert Reed
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The last in the series by Carla Lane. Adrian is struggling with love again.
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
2: The ghost of Dr Underhill makes Maurice an intriguing promise.
Producer David Snodin
Director Elijah Moshinsky
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Bernard Davey
The Frozen Few. Thomas Donaldson is fighting for his right to die, that he may live forever. He is part of the Cryonics Movement in America, whose members wish to be frozen after death. Since a tumour is destroying his brain he wants to be frozen while he is still alive, in the hope that medical science in the future will be able to restore him to life, and treat the now lethal tumour. Joan Bakewell examines people's fears of death and the motivation which drives the frozen few.
Director Claire Hobday
Series producer Olga Edridge
A comedy-drama series from America starring Blair Brown
Here Comes that Cold Wind off the River. Sometimes your family just amaze you with their behaviour.
The education magazine.
Jackie Spreckley explores the controversy over the introduction of specialised 'magnet' schools in the London Borough of Wandsworth, and John Buckley reports from New York on these schools designed to 'magnetically' attract bright and motivated pupils. In Platform,
Professor Stephen Hawking , author of the book A Brief History of Time, makes a plea through his computer for better facilities for the disabled.
A 91-part epic drama in Hindi with English subtitles.