6.45 Biology Form and Function
7.10Maths: "Real" Exponential Functions 7.35 The English Landscape Garden 8.00
Engineering Mechanics 8.25 Physics: Which Way to Turn?
Fourth of a five-part series about discovering God.
In the Image of God?ls there any such thing as a wholly evil person - or is there something of God in each of us, no matter how bad we may have been?
Graham Young asks what can be learnt about God from other people, as he joins Rosemary Nicholls in Cambridge for a time of worship and reflection for Lent. • STEREO
The magazine for deaf people. With signing and subtitles.
A staggering 90 per cent of British managers believe computers are under used at work. In this special programme Peter Macann advises how to choose the right software for business. Plus an opportunity to win a powerful desktop computer or one of a selection of software packages. A Diverse production for BBCtv
DIY expert Doug Smillie turns a load of rubbish into something useful to help fill a garden with flowers and vegetables; Claire Rayner talks through the tricky subject of difficult neighbours; and a group of men in a Yorkshire village prepare a banquet for their wives under the watchful eye of their tutor Anne Stirk. Presented by Nerys Hughes.
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Today: optical illusions.
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John Craven looks at the latest countryside stories. At 12.55 the weather for the week ahead.
Followed by On the Record
Jonathan Dimbleby interviews the Environment Secretary the Rt Hon Michael Heseltine.
Omnibus edition. Phil's love life looks threatened by a new face on the Square. ● STEREO
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A thriller starring Charlton Heston
Heading across the Atlantic, a US nuclear submarine sinks after a collision, coming to rest on a crumbling ledge. With only 48 hours of oxygen left, the survivors have little hope of being rescued in time.
Director David Green
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The World Figure Skating
Championships from Oakland, California. Barry Davies introduces the free dance routines, including the final competitive performance of Olympic champions Marina Klimova and Sergei Ponomarenko. Only team-mates Maia Usova and Alexander Zhulin or the French pairing of Isabelle and Paul Duchesnay threaten to spoil their amateur farewell.
Commentary by Alan Weeks and Christopher Dean. Producer Alastair Scott
Executive producer Jim Reside
The Brides of the Year celebrate their weddings. Wearing a dress designed for her by Helen Storey , Gilly Reeves marries
Peter Hardcastle at Nottingham Register Office. In Cardiff,
Andrea Woodworth marries fellow doctor Debesh Mukherjee - twice. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Selina Scott.
Executive producer Roger Casstles ● STEREO
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bernard Davey
A Mothering Sunday edition from the Border country, visiting Kirk Yetholm, Town Yetholm, Linton, Hownam and Morebattle. With Pam Rhodes.
Director Bev Pope
Series producer Simon Hammond
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Many familiar faces appear in this extended episode, the last in the series.
Starring Ian McShane
Highland Fling. A romantic, gothic temple in Scotland brings Lovejoy and Lady Jane closer together. Eric falls in love, and Tinker is all at sea.
Episode written by Andrew Payne Producer Emma Hayter Director Francis Megahy ● STEREO
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Last in the comedy series written by Paul A Mendelson, starring Miriam Karlin, Tessa Peake-Jones, George Costigan.
If Yetta's long-lost daughter can be found, maybe everyone can rest in peace.
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
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A comedy series written by Carla Lane about one man's devastating effect upon three intelligent women.
Starring Gwen Taylor
Penelope Wilton , Jill Baker Rachael decides to fast until
Ralph returns. Beatrice reveals to Annie that she was not the only one to have an affair with Rachael's errant lover. But they have a shock when they spot Ralph backin town.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Bernard Davey
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Tonight's specialist subjects are the life and works of Dr Samuel Johnson ; the history of Leicester; the history of cycling; and surrealist art between the wars.
Magnus Magnusson puts the questions in the King's School, Worcester. Director Andrea Conway
Producer Penelope Cowell ● STEREO
What has the election to do with religion? Did Jesus have a political message? What would he say on the key issues?
Bruce Kent (a Labour Party supporter), Lord Beaumont (a Liberal Democrat) and the Bishop of Peterborough
(Conservative) visit a prison, a hostel for the homeless, and the RAF museum, where they explore and discuss the impact of faith on political action. With Joan Bakewell. Producer Mike Mitchell
Series producer Michael Waterhouse A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv
Second of three programmes on the art of political persuasion.
Each week 50 people are shown examples of campaign material and, using handsets, vote on whether they like or dislike, believe or disbelieve what they are seeing. Over the final weeks of the campaign, their votes provide a clear indication of changing public opinion. Three former party image-makers -
Michael Dobbs , Barry Delaney and Tom McNally - review last week's marketing campaign.
Presented by Olivia O'Leary , with reports from John Rentoul. Documentary producer Elaine Thomas Series editor Nick Robinson 0 FEATURE: page 27
Last in the series. Farmers from Portugal and Perthshire discover each other's different ways of life.
Producer Mary Sprent
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