Buck and Blue come across two hungry Apache children in the desert.
David Frost interviews the Opposition leader John Smith in his early morning programme. Guests joining him to review the Sunday papers include former heritage secretary David Mellor, actor Stephen Fry and Glenys Kinnock.
Including at 8.15am and 9.00am News and Weather
Tony Robinson delves into the library of books we call the Bible, and asks: What's in it for me?
The Bijelic family left their war-torn Bosnian homeland and escaped to Leeds. Linda Mary Evans hears more of their story as she joins them for a time of prayer and reflection.
Clive Mason continues his search for communities of deaf and hearing people where communication is easy because they share a common language - sign language. With signing and subtitles.
Maggie Philbin shows how children under 5 can learn to recognise print and appreciate its significance. Rpt
Anna Mazzotti travels to the Puglia region. REVISION LINE: 0[number removed](calls 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p other times)
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Getting jobs across the Channel. 2: Jobs in fashion, and training
Welfare rights magazine.
Rural issues with John Craven. Including at 12.55, weather for the week ahead.
Followed by One of Our Bombers Is
No Longer Missing
Film about the remarkable
1985 rescue of the last remaining wartime Wellington Bomber from the depths of Loch Ness. Rpt
Omnibus edition. Mandy turns nasty when Sam plans a weekend away without her.
Starring Peter Falk
Can America's leading war hero be guilty of cold-blooded murder? With Eddie Albert, Suzanne Pleshette, John Kerr, Kate Reid, Ron Castro.
Sue Lawley presents viewers' concerns and complaints about BBC programmes. This week: the controversial Bookmark on poet Radovan Karadzic, accused of war crimes in the Bosnian conflict.
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
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Can it really be coming around again? 70s style is back! Plus exotic swimwear on a tropical island, and Fashion Acts - the fashion industry's fundraiser for Aids. With Jeff Banks, Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
A Georgian desk rescued from a dustcart, rare paintings, a dancing soldier toy, and an original letter from Charles Darwin combine to make the experts' visit to Berwick-upon-Tweed a rich and varied one.
Introduced by Hugh Scully.
See Preview page
With Jennie Bond.
Weather Ian McCaskill
A celebration for the Epiphany season from Truro Cathedral in Cornwall. With Pam Rhodes.
Hymns: Hail to the Lord's Anointed (Cruger); Unto Us Is Born a Son (Piae Cantiones); Dear Lord and Father of Mankind (Repton): Shine Jesus Shine; Finale from Symphony No 1 (Vierne); As with Gladness Men of Old (Dix); O Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness (Was Lebet); Glory to God, All Heaven With Joy Is Ringing! (Highwood).
The old flames are back in the romantic comedy written by Bob Larbey and starring Judi Dench, Geoffrey Palmer.
Lionel's book is finished and his publisher wants Lionel's face on the cover.
A Theatre of Comedy/D.L. Taffner production for BBCtv
Return of the drama series about an itinerant East Anglian antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane.
Lovejoy loses everything after a dawn raid by the bailiffs and takes off on his own.
Episode written by Terry Hodgkinson
Is Lovejoy the genuine article? See Feature page 14
More ghostly goings-on in the comedy by Paul A. Mendelson, starring Miriam Karlin Tessa Peake-Jones, George Costigan.
Pete's new client is taking over the family. But isn't that what Yetta's there to do?
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
A three-part psychological thriller about obsessive love by Ruth Rendell, writing as Barbara Vine.
Joe's suicide attempt is prevented by the handsome and charming Sandor, who then insists that Joe's life now belongs to him.
Barbara Vine [Ruth
Returning for the 21st series, Magnus Magnusson puts more general knowledge questions to this year's first four contenders whose specialist subjects are: the life of Tiberius; the life of Admiral Lord Jellicoe; Clarice Cliff and English art deco ceramics, 1928-36; and Doctor Who.
The series that investigates a wide range of ethical and moral issues affecting governments, the churches and individual lives. Joan Bakewell steers a course through the complexities of problems for which there are no easy answers.
A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv
A series to help parents talk to their children about sex.
About Girls Growing Up Growing up isn't all about problems - girls can enjoy their developing sexuality, too. Director Kate Cheeseman
Producer Tony Matthews
Astronaut Helen Sharman brushes up on her Russian. Producer Robert Cooke
Patrick Moore surveys Orion the Hunter, and then Mars and Venus - two bright inner planets.
(In Urdu with English subtitles. Shown yesterday at 2.20pm on BBC2)