The Long Drag. A steam train tackles the Settle-Carlisle line.
Narrated by Anthony Smith.
Mike Wooldridge tries to establish what 'healing' and 'health' really mean.
Sheila Lewis talks about life
25 years after losing her daughter in the Aberfan school disaster.
A report from India on the pioneering work of Ian Stillman , founder of the Nambikkai training centre for young deaf adults. With signing and subtitles.
First of a 20-part series for beginners in German.
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A look at quick-to-make dishes from the last series of Bazaar. Today mexican beef taco shells.
A series designed to encourage further education and training opportunities.
No More Nightingales
First of five films about nursing in the 90s.
The Quiet Revolution. Today's nurses want to make their own decisions.
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Second of six films about the influence of colour in our lives.
Colour in Fashion. With
John Craven asks a group of sixth-formers in the Cotswolds for their predictions of country life. Plus at 12.55 the weather for the week ahead.
Followed by On the Record
Can the Tories convince the voters they've transformed the British economy?
Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
Clyde is forced to make a decision.
(Stereo) (Teletext subtitles: page 888)
A special feature-length final episode of the most successful soap-opera of all time.
Conundrum. What would life have been like if JR had never been born? Special guests include Linda Gray ,
Ted Shackleford , Cathy Podewell , Steve Kanaly and Joel Grey. • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 • DRAMA: page 8
David Attenborough relates the story of giant octopuses. 0TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Yabba Dabba Hanna Barbera
Tony Robinson presents a special tribute to the cartoon team who created the Flintstones, now celebrating their 30th birthday. • CHILDREN: page 10
Caryn Franklin investigates who influences the way people look. With ITV's Boon, Michael Elphick , and Jeff Banks. Producer Colette Byme
Executive producer Roger Casstles * STEREO
TV presenter Jill Dando appeals on behalf of Community Service Volunteers. Money is urgently needed to enable over 2,500 volunteers to help disabled and disadvantaged people in 700 locations around the country. With
Cliff Michelmore and Joanna Kaye.
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bernard Davey
For its 30th birthday celebrations the programme that usually visits churches across the country is at home in St Paul's, Hammersmith, BBC Television's own local church. This is not just a parochial party. Congregations from other parts of Britain - from Glasgow, the Corrymeela Community in Northern
Irleand and the Ararat Baptist Chapel in Cardiff - are linked to St Paul 's by the miracle of modern technology and will be seen and heard on screen, singing in harmonious unison. For information about taking part in this live event ring the birthday hotline: [number removed]. Producer Christopher Mann Editor Roger Hutchings
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Comedy written by Roy Clarke about an irrepressible snob, starring Patricia Routledge Onslow celebrates his birthday.
Director/Producer Harold Snoad • STEREO
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A 13-part drama series about an ambitious horse trainer.
Starring David McCallum Susannah York
6: Fight Night. In the local stable lads' boxing contest
Arkenfield's Danny Foster is the favourite, but David Ware has a surprise in store.
Episode written by Brian Finch Producer Gerard Glaister Director Jeremy Summers * STEREO
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Written by Carla Lane. While Nellie Boswell is recovering in hospital she is visited by the family and two other surprising people. Her news shocks everyone.
Director/Producer John B Hobbs 0 STEREO
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Bernard Davey
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A new BBC film and first screenplay - with a strong autobiographical slant - by Julie Burchill , Mail on Sunday columnist and bestselling author of Ambition.
In the confined space of a working-class terrace a grand passion erupts. A passion so great that years later the daughter of the house returns to a cemetery in an attempt to understand. 'When I was young,' remembers the adult Claudie, standing at a graveside, 'every household had a head. You just didn't question that.' She looks at the tombstone. On it is a large colour photograph of a huge leering alsatian dog, its tongue hanging out. 'The head of our household was Prince.'
Teletext subtitles: page 888
Feature: page 35
Forty Million Hostages
For the people of Burma
(recently renamed Myanmar), the last few years have been gruelling. Everyman documents the abuses they suffered, through the graphic testimony of refugees. Producer Catharine Seddon Editor Jane Drabble
Fourth in a ten-part series.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Shown yesterday at 2.45pm on BBC2)