Mexican bandit El Lobo breaks jail and plots to plunder the Cannon ranch.
David Frost interviews one of the week's key newsmakers. Guests joining him to review the Sunday papers include Julian Critchley , MP, and journalist Jane Thynne.
Editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and
Tony Robinson finds out how
The Gospels came to be written.
Phyllis Thompson meets students at the Royal National
College for the Blind in Hereford.
A report on the RNID's
"Louder than Words" charter - a ten-point pledge to improve access for all deaf people.
Presented by Clive Mason. With signing and subtitles.
A ten-part series about Japanese language and culture.
Meet the Japanese and find out how to talk to them in their language.
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Is single-sex training the best way to equip women for a fuller role in management?
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John Craven opens the weekly file on the latest countryside stories, including the week's weather at 12.55.
Political programme, presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Nigel stands by Dot in the aftermath of Nick's trial, and Arthur's new lodger has problems settling in.
Starring Peter Falk
Identity Crisis. A dead spy on the beach, mysterious double identities, microfilm and a strange but lethal businessman provide another baffling murder for Lt Columbo to solve.
This episode was directed by and stars Patrick McGoohan.
With Leslie Nielsen , Otis Young , Bruce Kirby and Vito Sotti.
Jeff Banks travels to Peru to buy a poncho, see how a bowler hat is made and visit the male knitters of Lake Titicaca. He also discovers how the cultivation of eco-friendly cotton, as well as other natural resources such as alpaca and cochineal, might help Peru recover from years of turmoil caused by drug-related terrorism, political corruption, poverty and disease.
Rabbits, ducks and dogs are all represented in painting, ceramics and metalwork when the experts visit Spalding in Lincolnshire. There's also a medieval sword dredged up in the Wash and the rare appearance of a "quint" - a cycle made for five. And Hugh Scully sets another question in the Radio Times/Antiques Roadshow competition. Producer Christopher Lewis
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Lord Soper - preacher, politician and peace campaigner - celebrates his 90th birthday today. With the congregation of the West London Mission, which he has served for 56 years, he joins in a programme of his favourite hymns.
Hymns: Good Christians All,
Rejoice and Sing; When I Survey the Wondrous Cross; I Think When I Read that Sweet Story of Old;
How Shall I Sing that Majesty; The Lord WiU Come and Not Be Slow;
Behold the Mountain of the Lord; 0 Thou Who Camest from Above;
Love Divine, All Loves Excelling. Editor Roger Hutchings
Romantic comedy written by Bob Larbey and starring Judi Dench, Geoffrey Palmer
With Moira Brooker, Philip Bretherton, Jenny Funnell.
Lionel has a nagging doubt regarding Alistair's concern for his book to be a success.
A Theatre of Comedy/DL Taffner production for BBCtv
Drama series about a roguish antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane
The Colour of Mary. A disgraced snooker ace wants Lovejoy to find him the billiard table belonging to Mary Queen of Scots. And Charlie Gimbert makes an unwelcome return from Europe. Directed by Ian McShane , this episode features snooker star Dennis Taylor.
Episode written by Steve Coombes and Dave Robinson ; Producer Emma Hayter
Comedy by Paul A. Mendelson, starring Miriam Karlin, Tessa Peake-Jones,
When Pete lets his home be used for a commercial he hasn't reckoned on "Yetta Garbo".
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
Suburbia's most cantankerous inhabitant and his long-suffering wife are back in David Renwick's multi award-winning comedy series. Starring Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie.
The hole being dug at the bottom of Victor's back garden becomes a tunnel to hell.
Victor Meldrew on the things that drive him batty: See Feature page 16
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Magnus Magnusson returns to the University of Strathclyde to quiz four more contenders, Director Stephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
Have 60 years of openness to refugees, and asylum-seekers now assuaged Germany's guilt for the Nazi horror? Neo-Nazi organisations have been outlawed, but the country's immigration laws are now being altered. Joan Bakewell asks whether Germany still has a special duty to be free of racism.
A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv
The things children really want to know about relationships. Director Kate Cheeseman Producer Tony Matthews
Kate Adie talks about Swedish, which she studied at university.
American comedy series. Dances with Wanda. Will
Wanda's grief destroy her college ambitions?
Patrick Moore visits radio observatories and talks to the astronomers who make the radio pictures.
(Repeated next Saturday on BBC2)
(In Urdu with English subtitles. Shown yesterday at 1.45pmon BBC2)