6.45 Religion: The Passover among Yemeni Jews 7.10 Opening Doors - Some
Personal Views 7.35 Ceramics under Stress 8.00 Physiology: Swimming in Fish 8.25 Maths: Partial Differentiation
The Playbus is at the Playground Stop.
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Michael has ambitious plans and Robert runs into problems with a multi-faith festival.
Phyllis Thompson joins the Solomon family on holiday on the Grand
Union Canal for a time of prayer and worship.
In 1862, widowed
Englishwoman Anna Owens , arrives in Bangkok to take up the position of governess to the wives and children of King Mongkut of Siam.
Director John Cromwell
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The Boy Who Draws
Buildings. QED updates its report on Stephen Wiltshire , an autistic teenager with a talent for drawing buildings. Sign language interpretation by John Lee. Presented by Clive Mason.
John Craven opens the weekly file on the latest countryside stories, with up-to-date coverage of rural, environmental and agricultural issues. Plus at
12.55 the week's weather for farmers.
Followed by Speaking Volumes
Return of the series about books. Crime writer
P D James and guests discuss the pick of this week's paperbacks.
Jilly Cooper discusses her work.
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S is for Seduction
Bobby discovers more incriminating facts about the mysterious Sheila Foley. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Caryn Franklin reports on a fashion week in Trinidad and Tobago. (Revised rpt)
The Living Isles
Second in a ten-part series exploring the natural history of Britain and Ireland.
Streams of Life. Each spring, salmon return to the rivers of their birth, battling against the current to spawn in the headwaters. Today the rivers of Britain are home to a variety of creatures. With Julian Pettifer.
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Noel Edmonds presents live coverage from RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire of the biggest airshow to be held in Europe this year.
Representatives from 18 countries are taking part. Rob Curling finds out how John Hutchinson runs an airshow of his own;
Sybil Ruscoe celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Tiger
Squadrons Association; and the Hawker Hunter is 40 this year. There is also a celebration of aerobatics including the Red Arrows, La Patrouille de France and II
Frecce Tricolori from Italy.
Televison production Peter Hylton Cleaver
Actor Michael Elphick appeals on behalf of the Crypt
Foundation which provides small group homes in the community for young disabled people who wish to study and improve their skills in the creative arts. Money is urgently needed to set up a new home and to buy special equipment to help these young students develop their artistic careers. With the latest charity news from Cliff Michelmore and Lynette Lithgow.
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
The third of six programmes in which Alan Titchmarsh follows in pilgrims' footsteps around Britain and Ireland.
Beads and Beds - a Stony Path. It is estimated that a quarter of Ireland's population goes on pilgrimage each year. Some visit the Marian Shrine at Knock, others climb the holy mountain of Croagh Patrick and hardy souls spend three days barefoot on Station Island in Lough Derg. When Alan Titchmarsh joins the Irish pilgrim trail, he finds that it is not for the faint-hearted.
Producer Maureen Gallagher
Series producer Simon Hammond
Classic comedy, written by Carla Lane , starring Wendy Craig
Ben and Ria return from an idyllic weekend in Paris to find a surprisingly tidy house.
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Second of seven programmes following Michael Palin 's globe-trotting adventures.
Arabian Frights. Fate lies in wait for him at the port of Suez on the Red Sea. With
Passepartout, his faithful film crew, he has left behind the timetabled certainties of Europe and progress now depends on the will of Allah. Producer Clem Vallance
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Three-part drama based on Martin Gray
's true story of survival in Nazi Germany starring Michael York
Wealthy businessman Martin Gray returns to the south of France looking forward to a summer with his young family. But tragedy awaits, a tragedy that brings back agonising memories of his life in the Warsaw ghetto, and the unbearable pain of Treblinka extermination camp.
Director Robert Enrico
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Martin Gray (age 40)/Martin 's father:
Martin Gray (age 20):
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Ian McCaskill
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Red Light, Green Light. Joan Bakewell asks whether the world's oldest profession should be treated as a business like any other. Lindi St Clair believes it should and has started a political party aimed at achieving it. But for many others prostitution is immoral. They argue that the law has a duty to protect people from themselves and society from prostitution. Heart of the Matter examines both sides of this age-old dispute. Producer Krishna Govender Series producer Olga Edridge
American comedy series.
Here's a Little Night Music Molly plays host to some uninvited guests and gets the chance to experience the magic of New York.
A five-part drama documentary series about modern Germany which gives an introduction to the German language. Hamburg
British photographer Jeff Cook (Peter Leeper ) and German journalist Erika Neukirchen (Sylvia Rotter ) explore the city and meet leading figures in the worlds of art, television and publishing. Producer Helen Eisler
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A 93-part epic drama.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Shown