In the first of a series of four programmes, four young people are challenged to walk the Pennine Way.
Mike Wooldridge asks why some people are seemingly healed and others not.
Pip Wilson , general secretary of the YMCA, talks about his experiences and Christian faith.
The magazine programme for the deaf community. With signing and subtitles.
German for beginners.
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Today's quick-to-make dish from the last series of Bazaar is mixed nut savoury.
A series designed to encourage further education and training.
No More Nightingales
The last of five films about nursing in the 90s.
On the Side of the Patient
A look at patient advocacy - helping patients to make decisions about their lives.
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A six-part series about the social history of dress.
2: Down with Frou Frou
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John Craven introduces the final of the Radio Times\Country File Photo 91 competition.
From nearly 3,000 entries, the judges have chosen six finalists. Today, viewers will vote for the winner who will receive a prize of an exotic holiday and a Nikon camera from Nicholas Brett , editor of Radio Times. Plus at
12.55 weather for next week.
0 VOTING: all six photographs entered into the final are featured on page 48, along with telephone numbers to call to register your choiceforthe overall winner.
On the Record
Live political programme with Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Michelle and Clyde must leave the country.
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A swashbuckling adventure starrins
Rudolf Rassendyll comes to the aid of his double, the king of Ruritania whose life is in danger.
Adapted from Anthony Hope 's story Director Richard Thorpe ● FILMS: pages 55-62
Rudolf Rassendyll/King Rudolph V:
Rupert of Hentzu:
Julian Pettifer presents a new monthly "right to reply show that puts BBC programme-makers in the hot seat. This month Biteback is on the beat with the Specials.
Reporters Carole Stone and Richard Jobson.
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Jeff Banks travels to Thailand, where he visits the Sisters of the Good Shepherd who have gone into the rag trade and sees how Oxfam Trading is helping to preserve traditional crafts. Producer Clare Stride
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First of a six-part drama series.
1 he Cave. In a war-torn Britain, divided by civil strife, Merlin the Enchanter has, at last, brought the young Prince Arthur to his throne.
Written by Steve Bescoby
Producers Hilary Bevan Jones , Shaun Sutton Director Michael Darlow
A Noel Gay production for BBCtv ● STEREO
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Third of a six-part series on developing self-confidence. Can You Hand It Out?
Giving helpful criticism.
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Pam Rhodes joins medieval musicians to sing ancient hymns in the Tudor market and the 12th-century church in Hemel Hempstead.
Hymns: Pastime with Good
Company; Creator of the Earth and Skies (Agincourt); Lift High the Cross (Crucifer); Forth in Thy
Name, 0 Lord, I Go; From Virgin Pure; Glory to Thee, My God,
This Night; Christ is Made the Sure Foundation; Before the Ending of the Day.
Producer Simon Hammond
Editor Roger Hutchings
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Comedy series by Jimmy Perry and David Croft.
Current Affairs. Sir Ralph is convinced his wife is plotting to poison him.
Director Roy Gould
Producer David Croft
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Sir Ralph Shawcross:
Lady Agatha Shawcross:
Starring David McCallum Susannah York
The Rough with the Smooth In the penultimate episode, a Japanese millionaire shows interest in the Arkenfield yard. Episode written by Christopher Green Producer Gerard Glaister
Director Tristan de Vere Cole
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
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Somerset Maugham s classic First World War spy stories, inspired by his own experiences as a secret agent, are adapted for television for the first time in a four-part drama serial. Alexjennings, the RSC actor, takes the title role and is joined by Joss Ackland ,
Ian Bannen and Harriet Walter , star ofBBC2's recent drama
The Men's Room. The series is directed by Christopher Morahan , who made The Jewel in the Crownand Old Flames.
The Dark Woman
Successful West End playwright John Ashenden is determined to help the war effort and is recruited by "R", controller of the embryonic Secret Service. His first assignment involves him with Giulia Lazzari , a music-hall dancer with a dangerous lover, a terrorist working for the Germans. Ashenden's challenge is to persuade Giulia to lure her lover across the border from neutral Switzerland into France - and he soon discovers his own capacity for ruthlessness and deceit.
Screenplay David Pirie Producer Joe Knatchbull
A Kelso Films production for BBCtv ● STEREO
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Last programme of the series. One Man's Meat....Joan Bakewell asks if being vegetarian is morally superior. ProducerVivien Morgan
Series producer Olga Edridge
Last in the series. Here's 's a Leisurely Stroll in the Park
Light pollution in the sky. Producer Pieter Morpurgo