6.45 Religion: Sikhs in Britain
7.10 In the Topper Mould 7.35 New Hips for Old 8.00 Animal Physiology: Walking and Running 8.25 Maths Methods: Applying Matrices
The Playbus stops at the Dot Stop. Today's story is Papa Pasta by Robin Haldane. With
Rebecca Higgins and Will Brenton. A Felgate production for BBCtv * PAYDAYS MAGAZINE: 45p. on sale Wednesday.
Equal Rights. Michael sharpens up his image to visit a Sikh temple, but was it necessary?
As the Methodist
Conference meets in Bolton, Tony Phelan is at the home of the chairman of the local district. He also talks to the Rev Ron Hoar , the new president, about his year of office.
John Craven opens the weekly file on the latest countryside stories, with up-to-date coverage of rural, environmental and agricultural issues.
Plus at 10.25 the week's weather for farmers.
This week a programme from the Nature series, looking at the problems of supplying water to meet the rapidly increasing demand. With Sign language interpretation by John Lee.
England v West Indies Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the fourth day's play in the Second Cornhill Insurance Test from Lord's. Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister. Summaries by Ray Illingworth and Geoff Boycott.
Followed by On the Record
With recession and rapidly rising unemployment, has the Chancellor enough time to put the economy right before the next election? The Rt Hon Norman Lamont , MP talks to
Jonathan Dimbleby. With John Cole.
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The Odessa File. Private detectives have traced
Sheila Foley to a private institution in Odessa.
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LeeAnn De La Vega:
Richard Howland faces both emotional and physical threats to his Hawaiian dynasty.
Director Guy Green
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Dr Dean Kahana:
Stanley and the Dinosaurs Prehistoric music, comedy and song.
In the first of the semi-finals to find the best amateur chef in Britain three contestants bid for success. Testing and tasting the dishes with Loyd Grossman are actor
Derek Nimmo and Sally Clarke , chef/proprietor of Clarke's restaurant in London.
Director/Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
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Paul Heiney appeals on behalf of Counsel and Care for the Elderly which offers help to older people and their carers. Cliff Michelmore and Lynette Lithgow report on the latest charity news.
Producer Jill Dawson
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
Thora Hird shares your choices and recollections with her screen nephew from ITV's In Loving Memory, Billy, alias Christopher Beeny.
Hymns: Glory to God (Highwood); One More Step; Dear Lord and Father (Repton); All Things Bright and Beautiful; Surrexit
Christus Alleluia; Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven; Love Divine, All Loves Excelling (Blaenwern); The Lord's My Shepherd (Crimond), Bind Us Together.
Series producer Maureen Gallagher
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Classic comedy written by Carla Lane , starring Wendy Craig
Ria gives away too much when she confides in a schoolfriend.
Director John B Hobbs
Producer Sydney Lotterby
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First showing on network television for the second part of this special version of Richard
Attenborough's powerful drama. Starring Kevin Kline Denzel Washington
With Biko dead Woods's life become even more difficult.
He is banned by the government and decides he can no longer live in South
Africa. So begins a dangerous escape plan.
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Acting High Commissioner:
Captain de Wet:
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather John Kettley
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Esther Rantzen and her team of Gavin Campbell , Howard
Leader and Kevin Devine with more special investigations, consumer probes and real-life humour. They are joined by Scott Sherrin and Doc Cox with some more misprints and oddities.
Senior producer Richard Woolfe Editor John Getgood
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Baby Love. Joan Bakewell looks into the story of Clare and James Jones , who face opposition from their local authority in their bid to adopt a baby from Romania. The council has a policy of not helping inter-country adoptions, which it believes do nothing for the children involved or for the 'donor country'. But while long-term solutions are sought, in the short term we continue to see pictures of children living in desperately deprived conditions. Heart of the Matter asks what should be done about these children.
Producer Krishna Govender
Senes producer Olga Edridge
American comedy series starring Blair Brown
Here's a Cute Way to Wrap up the Holiday Season.
As millions do on New Year's
Eve, Molly takes stock of her life, but an unexpected midnight visitor gives her an indication of what really lies ahead in the coming year.
A series in which six artists talk about drawing.
A good drawing consists of the right mark in the right place according to Maggi Hambling , who compares her regular life-drawing sessions to a musician practising scales. She sees the validity of art as dependent on the ability of the artist to be moved by a subject and to respond to it as directly as possible. 'Drawing from life', she says, 'is the most direct thing an artist does'. Producer Dick Foster
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A 93-part epic drama in Hindi with English subtitles.