Steam on the Isle of Man.
Mike Wooldridge meets Sister Anne Alcock , who talks about her seminars in reflexology.
Norma Cradock talks to Jean Woodhouse , whose life was changed when she discovered how to pray.
The magazine programme for the deaf community. With signing and subtitles.
Third part of a 20-part series for beginners in German. 0 BBC SUPPORT MATERIAL: book £ 7.99 tutor's notes f 95, three audio cassettes L5.99 each. workbook £ 4.99 available from booksellers and retailers.
A look at quick-to-make dishes from the last series of Bazaar.
Today, salmon quiche.
A series designed to encourage further education and training.
No More Nightingales Third of five films about nursing in the 90s.
Community Matters. The work of the community nurse today. ● INFORMATION for details of videos and tutor's notes ring [number removed].
News and advice on jobs and training. With Paul Heiney and Juliet Alexander.
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Fifth of six films about the influence of colour in our lives.
Colouring the Landscape. Has a lack of awareness have brought colour pollution to Britain? 0 BBC BOOK: £ 12.95 from booksellers.
John Craven introduces a report on Dioxin, a chemical reputed to be 10,000 times more toxic than cyanide, traces of which have now been found in cows' milk.
Plus at 12.55 the weatherfor the week ahead.
Unemployment is still on the rise. The government says that it is training the workers without jobs for the jobs without workers. Employment Secretary
Michael Howard goes on the record. Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby , with John Cole. Producer James Stephenson
Executive producer Nick Robinson
Omnibus edition. Clyde tries to leave with his son.
(Teletext subtitles: page 888)
Live from the Docklands Arena are New Kids on the Block,
Cathy Dennis , Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, Colour Me Badd, Dannii Minogue ,
Extreme and others. With
Phillip Schofield. Director Terry Jervis Producer Sharon Ali
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Starring Peter Falk
A museum exhibits a financial problem to which there seems only one solution - murder.
Director Robert Douglas
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Jason Donovan get a new denim look, Man Act shows Japanese fashion in an original way, and the search begins for the Clothes Show Bride of the Year.
Plus a report from Paris on the best of the French collections including Vivienne Westwood's first show there.
Producer Clare Stride
Executive producer Roger Casstles ● STEREO
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John Stapleton appeals on behalf of Thames Reach which provides advice and assistance with securing accommodation for homeless people sleeping out in central London. With Cliff Michelmore
and Joanna Kaye. 0 DONATIONS TO: John Stapleton ,
Thames Reach. [address removed]. Telephone [number removed].
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Michael Fish
From Penzance. Thirty years ago Songs ofPraisevisiled Chapel Street Methodist
Church for its third programme. Pam Rhodes returns to meet a top-selling author, and other members of the community. Hymns: Alleluia! Sing tojesus
(Hyfrydol); To God Be the Glory; God Be in My Head; Father God, I Wonder; Guide Me, 0 Thou Great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda); Come,
Holy Ghost (Richmond); We Have a Gospel to Proclaim (Fulda); For I'm Building a People of Power. Editor Roger Hutchings '
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Comedy by Roy Clarke starring Patricia Routledge
Hyacinth can't wait for the neighbours to see her new suite.
Director/Producer Harold Snoad ● STEREO
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A 13-part drama series about an ambitious horse trainer.
9: Business or Pleasure. When
James Brant suddenly starts being friendly Mike knows he must be up to something.
Episode written by Colin Blumenau Producer Gerard Glaister
Director Frank Smith e STEREO
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Comedy series by Carla Lane. Adrian has made a decision,
Aveline has problems, and Joey comes to the end of his tether.
Directed and produced by John B Hobbs and Robin Nash ● STEREO
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
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Three-part mystery thriller starring actor and mimic John Sessions as a hapless, bungling Scottish private eye. David Kane , remembered for his acclaimed
Screen Two films Dream Baby and Shadow on the Earth, has written a taut conspiracy adventure in the John Buchan tradition.
In part 1, high-flying economist Duncan Kerr returns to his home town of Dundee from a career in the city which has landed him in jail. He's back to act as best man at his brother's wedding, but soon finds himself in a world more frightening than the prison he has left behind. A strong cast includes Romania's leading actor (and former vice-president) Ion Caramitru. The music is by Eurythmics star Dave Stewart.
Producer John Chapman Director Stuart Orme e STEREO
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You 've Got the Power. Joan Bakewell goes to Canada to report on a controversial plan to flood a huge part of Quebec.
The reason is hydro-electricity, a cheap and relatively clean source of energy. But the rivers and land to be flooded are the home of the Cree native people. Producer Emma Willis
Series producer Olga Edridge
Here's Something to Do with Your Extra Liver. Molly is about to start a new job.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Shown yesterday at 2.45pmon BBC2)