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Today: the Patch Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Local churches get together for a time of shared worship and celebration at Chessington
World of Adventures in Surrey. David and Carrie Grant lead the singing. Bible reading: Mark 5, w 21-34. • STEREO
With sign language and subtitles. Bazaar
Doug Smillie builds a cheap and simple barbecue and on it
Lesley Waters cooks delicious food. Alison Mitchell reveals how you can get your name off a credit blacklist and Claire Rayner joins a group in north
London to discuss teenage sex.
Nicky Campbell and Carmen Pryce present a students' guide to courses, clearing, resitting, college life and making the most of A-level grades. Producer Mary Fourt • STEREO
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The story of a journey around Ireland by one of its foremost writers, James Plunkett. The quotations are read by T.P. McKenna, Richard Pasco and Sir John Betjeman.
Rural issues with John Craven. Including at 12.55 the weather for the week ahead.
Followed by The High Chaparral American western series.
Spokes. Buck escapes from the rigors of ranch life.
Omnibus edition. lan's new image doesn't get the reaction he expects. And Rachel learns that there's money in junk.
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Marcus and Pilar are set for a confrontation, but it's Fizz who gets a dramatic shock.
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I Comedy western,
I starring Kenneth More Reading of gunfights in The Times, timid gunsmith
Jonathan Tibbs takes his wares to the wild west town of Fractured Jaw. Hoodwinked into becoming Sheriff, gun shy Tibbs suddenly finds himself the keeper of law and order in the toughest town in the west. and the voice of Connie Francis.
Director Raoul Walsh
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Sitter Lance and Dennis are two young tearaways who manage to cause havoc when left home alone with any babysitter, until the mysterious Jennifer arrives. With Seth Green , Mabel King ,
Wendy Phillips and Joshua Rudoy. 0 STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
A new series in which Tom Vernon
goes in search of European style.
Objects of Desire. How is our taste in furniture and interiors formed? Tom Vernon 's examination of the influence of Europe's interior designers ranges from Barcelona nightclubs to Danish lights to Milan furniture stores. He looks at the coffee percolator as an example of the Italian flair for applying style to everyday things. "Italy is the design capital of Europe," says Tom. "Trying to buy a coffee pot in Milan is like trying to choose a single tulip in Holland." In the programme he meets Danish designer Ame Jacobsen and Italy's Ettore Sottsass. Director Martin Clarke
Producer Jane Chapman
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Alan Titchmarsh appeals on behalf of Telephones for the Blind, a charity which helps blind people who live alone and can't meet the cost on their telephone.
Plus Cliff Michelmore and Joanna Kaye with the latest charity news.
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
The setting this week is the famous Giant's Causeway off the coast of County Antrim, a dramatic geological formation often described as "the eighth wonder of the world".
Martin Bashir takes to various forms of transport to meet some of the people who live and work along this Atlantic coastline.
Hymns: 0 Worship the King, Dear Lord and Father of Mankind; Angel Voices, Ever Singing, The
Caribbean Lord's Prayer and The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is Ended. Producer Maurice Maguire Editor Roger Hutchings
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More classic jokes, sketches and music from
Tonight's sketches include / Married a Poltergeist.
With Helen Fraser , Priscilla Morgan , Candy Davis , and special guest Elaine Paige.
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First showing on network television for this comic human drama, starring Lauren Bacall Marsha Mason
There is more than social standing at stake when, with only a week's notice, a Park
Avenue hostess must organise a swish dinner party. The guest list includes a former TV star on the skids, a tart-tongued authoress and a boorish Texan businessman with his floozie wife.
Beneath the veneer of sophistication and money lurk tales of laughter and tears in this remake of George Cukor 's 1933 film. Charles Durning also features in Mass Appeal tonight at 10.40pm.
Director Ron Lagomarsino
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With Martyn Lewis.
Weather John Kettley
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Explorations of the I faith and beliefs of people in ordinary and extraordinary circumstances Livingforjason. Wendy
Hayhoe is convinced of the purpose of her son Jason's life, although, at 41/2 years old, he is dying. A perfectly normal, healthy baby until he was 8 months, Jason then began to suffer a series of fits. He was eventually diagnosed as having Alpers disease, a degenerative condition affecting the brain. Supported by the staff at a children's hospice in Cambridge, Wendy and her husband Martin are preparing to face the inevitable.
But this is not a film about dying. It is about the extraordinary strength, courage and unconditional love two parents give as they come to terms with their son's impending death.
Producer Tamasin Day-Lewis Series editor John Blake
A Day Lewis production for BBCtv
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I Light-hearted drama starring
Fr Tim Farley , tactful and witty, is a much-loved parish priest. But his cosy world is shattered by the arrival of a fiery young theology student, who not only offends the complacent congregation but also the powerful monsignor.
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