Communication 7.35 The
Selling of the New Deal 8.00 Physical Chemistry: Ammonia Synthesis 8.25 Maths Methods: Catenary Approximation
The Playbus stops at the Why Bird Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv 0 PLAYDAYS MAGAZINE: 45p, on sale Wednesday.
Family Business. Michael (Kieran Cunningham ) lands the biggest catering job of the year and Sam (Sayan Akaddas) asks a favour for her Hindu cousins.
Phyllis Thompson meets Mark Snell and friends in Rickmansworth, caring for mentally handicapped people starting life back in the community.
John Craven with coverage of rural issues. Included this week is the launch of the annual
Country File/Radio Times photographic competition. Plus at 10.25 the week's weather for farmers.
A Romanian Love Story
In the first documentary presented by a deaf person, Jeni Major returns to Romania for her brother's wedding and in the process reports on the country after the revolution which deposed Ceausescu. With subtitles.
England v West Indies The fourth day of the first Cornhill Insurance Test at Headingley. Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the morning's play. Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister. Summaries by Raymond Illingworth and Geoffrey Boycott.
(Further coverage in 'Sunday Grandstand', 1.25pm BBC2)
Followed by On the Record
John Nicolson reports on what the relationship between a future Labour government and the trade unions might be.
Introduced by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
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Heart and Soul. JR blackmails Rose into assisting him in his private war with McKay. Cliff picks a very public fight with Johnny Danzig at the Oil Barons' Ball.
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On a small US Navy supply ship in the war-torn Pacific, cargo officer Lt Roberts wants to see military action,
Ensign Pulver dreams of romance and the entire crew want their despotic captain out of action.
Lt Douglas Roberts. ..HENRY FONDA
Directors John Ford and Mervyn Le Roy
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Ensign Frank Pulver:
Farmyard cartoon capers with Foghorn Leghorn in Feather Bluster and Fox Terror.
In the series seeking the best amateur chef in Britain, Loyd Grossman is this week joined by Glenys Kinnock and Rick Stein , chef and owner of the Seafood Restaurant in Padstow. They judge the dishes of three contestants from the south west of England as they cross spoons for a place in the semi-finals. Director/Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
Thora Hird returns for a new series introducing your favourite hymns from Songs of Praise.
Today she shares your letters about friends and neighbours and has an unexpected visit 'through the keyhole'. See panel below.
Hymns: Thine be the Glory (Maccabeus); Abide with Me (Eventide); Telephone to Glory; Be Not Afraid; How Great Thou Art; When I Survey (Rockingham); On a Hill Far Away; (Rugged Cross) Praise to the Lord (Lobe den herren).
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Classic comedy written by Carla Lane , starring Wendy Craig
Everyone in Ria's family is in trouble - including Ria.
Director John B Hobbs
Producer Sydney Lotterby
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Based on James Herriot 's books. Starring Christopher Timothy Robert Hardy , Peter Davison In this extended episode,
Tristan battles for the chance to ring the Christmas peal.
Episode written by Christopher Penfold Producer Bill Sellars
Director Michael Brayshaw
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With Martyn Lewis. Weather Bill Giles
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Esther Rantzen ,
Gavin Campbell , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine are joined by Scott Sherrin and Doc Cox for more investigations.
Senior producer Richard Woolfe Editor John Getgood
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Visa 494. At the Sudanese embassy they hand out raffle tickets to aid workers applying for visas. Some of the numbers come good, others never do.
Riding on ticket number 494 is the fate of Milk-Aid - a campaign organised by British farmers to bring help to tens of thousands of Sudanese men, women and children. From a farmyard in Dorset to the desert towns of northern
Sudan, Everyman follows the fortunes of Milk-Aid, as good intentions come face to face with the politics of famine. Producer Beth Holgate
Series producer David Willcock
American comedy series starring Blair Brown
Here's Talking to Yourself
With her entire life crumbling about her ears, what else can a single woman do but go to
Vermont and confront things that go bump in the night?
A ten-part series on how to be a more successful manager. Confidence a la carte
When Barnados decides that unemployed young people need job training, it does it for real - they open a Caribbean restaurant. Presented by Charles Handy.
Producer Ishbel Maclean
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A 93-part epic drama in Hindi with English subtitles.