Anne Kelleher discovers how different faiths in Britain exist side by side and learn to understand one another.
Today: can a Christian, in good conscience, get involved with other faiths? And if so, on who's terms?
Director Terry Bailey
Editor Helen Alexander
Tony Phelan talks to
Anne Murray about her involvement in establishing a cross-community school in the city of Londonderry, and Colm Cavanagh reflects on today's reading from Luke 17, w 5-10. Producer Maureen Gallagher Editor Helen Alexander
French for beginners.
12: Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to say what you've done. And they look at two of the oldest institutions in Pezenas - the rugby and brass band clubs. Producer David Wilson (R)
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Spanish for beginners.
12: Yolanda Vazquez shows how to book a hotel room and talks to people about where they live. She takes a look at a Moorish-style palace and communal life in a 'corral'.
Producer David Wilson (R)
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Twenty programmes to help you read, write and communicate more effectively. 2: Putting It Down on Paper Writing a note, a letter or a work memo is a bit like cooking - you usually get a better result if you take it step by step. Presented by Chris Serle.
Producers Elizabeth Cretch and John Brooke (R)
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6: Your Number's Up
Practical help with maths.
Carol Vorderman is joined by special guest Paul Daniels who explains how numbers got him off to a magical start. Producer Dave Thomas Editor George Auckland
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The Giving Business: Business of Charity. The first of two programmes, in which Martyn Lewis examines the emerging mood of professionalism in Britain's charities. Producer Hendrik Ball (R)
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The magazine programme for the deaf community. This week's programme comes from the West Highlands of Scotland, meeting the local community and following
7-year-old David to school.
Presented in sign language by Maureen Denmark and Clive
Mason. With John Lee and Brenda Mackay. Producer Bryn Brooks
John Craven with up-to-date coverage of rural issues.
Including at 12.55pm the weather for the week ahead with Bill Giles.
Editor Michael Fitzgerald
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by On the Record
Do the Liberal Democrats have a credible strategy for becoming once again a third force? Paddy Ashdown talks live to Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Sean O'Grady Editor Glenwyn Benson
Another chance to see last week's episodes.
Someone is watching Disa.
Stephen Boyd , James Mason In brutal 12th-century Asia, warrior Temujin fights to fulfil his destiny.
Director Henry Levin
9 FILMS: pages 21-25
Emperor of China:
Today: shoes and babywear, surplus army uniforms from East Germany and the secretarial look from May to December. There's the preliminary judging of the Clothes Show/Brother knitting competition, and meet the woman whose wardrobes are filled with designer clothes - bought only at sale time. Presented by Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Sheryl Simms.
Producer Colette Byrne
Executive producer Roger Casstles
In Merthyr Tydfil the experts find a most unusual teaset and an important painting by the Irish artist Jack Yeats.
Introduced by Hugh Scully. Producer Christopher Lewis
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The second of eight programmes on dealing with strong emotions.
As a battered wife Gill tried to hide her husband's violence from the children, the neighbours and herself. It wasn't until she realised that her own needs were important too, that she found the strength to stand up to him. Producer Dick Foster
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With Martyn Lewis. Weather
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From the Methodist Central
Martin Bashir joins 2,500 members and friends of the Boys'
Brigade, visiting companies in Ipswich, Tooting and Orpington and discovers bootless footballers in Hemel Hempstead.
Hymns: Love Divine, All Love's Excelling (Blaenwern); At the Name of Jesus (Camberwell);
Shine. Jesus, Shine; Thy Hand, 0 God, Has Guided; The Lord's
Prayer; I Am Not Ashamed; From Heaven You Came (The Servant King); Thine Be the Glory (Maccabaeus).
Editor Roger Hutchings
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A comedy by John Sullivan about wheeler-dealers in south London.
Starring David Jason Nicholas Lyndhurst
Opportunity knocks for Raquel at the local cabaret club.
Book: The Trotter Way to Millions, Â£8.99, from retailers.
Drama series about a shady antiques dealer. Starring Ian McShane
The Italian Venus. Lovejoy is introduced to a rich landowner who will not share his inherited wealth with his impoverished brother.
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The Scandal of Crookham Court
Why were boys asked to give evidence in open court, a few feet from the teachers who had abused them? Why were the jury prevented from hearing crucial evidence at the trial? How can child abusers take teaching posts in schools without being reported to the police? This programme analyses the background to last summer's trial of the teachers first exposed on That's 's Life! Presented by Esther Rantzen and reporter Gavin Campbell.
Director Ronald Smedley Producer Richard Woolfe
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Some of My Best Friends Are the British anti-semitic? Everyman investigates the nature and level of prejudice against Jews - looking beyond the headline incidents of graveyard desecration to the everyday experience of British Jews. Contributors include taxi drivers, a television presenter, a teacher, some teenagers, a rabbi, a football club, a peer and a knight of the realm. What emerges is a very
British form of prejudice - its very subtlety making it hard to prove and harder still to fight. Producer Beth Holgate
Serres editor Jane Drabble
A comedy-drama series from the USA. Starring Blair Brown Here's a Little Known Ingrid Bergman Incident. It's time for memories as Molly (Blair Brown ) attends the reading of her father's will.
(Postponed from 9 December 1990)
The education magazine.
John Buckley reports on how students finance themselves through college in America and looks at the present financial plight of students in Britain. Toyah Willcox relives her education and Jackie Spreckley gives a studio guide to the good playground.
A 91-part epic drama in Hindi with English subtitles.
33: The Panda vas stay in Ekchakra Nagri in the guise of Brahmins.