With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Tent Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
This morning David Frost talks to Lord Tebbit and David
Mellor, MP. Reviewing
Sunday's papers will be the Daily Mirror's political editor Alastair Campbell and the editor of Cosmopolitan Marcelle d'Argy Smith.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and 9.00am News and Weather
Last of the series.
Tony Robinson finds ways for people to learn for themselves what the Bible has to say.
Marion Ray has chosen to live in inner-city Birmingham.
Graham Young joins her, at the Aston Cottage Community, for a time of prayer and worship.
Today: a look at the new Council Tax, and six deaf children spend a day at Old
Trafford football ground. With signing and subtitles.
4: The language of shopping.
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A seven-part drama-documentary series to help take the terror out of computing.
Sally (Carol Leader) meets people who have tamed their computers, and tries to introduce Helen (
Helen Lederer ) to word-processing. A Diverse production for BBCtv
5: Problems with German law.
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With John Craven , including the week's weather at 12.55.
Political programme, presented by Jonathan Dimbleby.
Omnibus edition. Bistro opening night is not what Kathy expects.
A bittersweet comedy starring Ryan O'Neal
A couple fall for the trappings of Hollywood, but face a daughter who wants to divorce them!
Director Charles Shyer
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Lucy Van Patten Brodsky:
Anita Dobson appeals for the Rainbow Trust Children's Charity.
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Today, the programme passes judgement on designer garb for the legal profession. A look at broderie anglais, a Swiss export which translates as English lace. And two entrepreneurs have an uplifting idea for the designer end of the British clothing industry.
A bronze vase exchanged for a suit, a silver bowl with illegal hallmarks and a fine diamond necklace provide a varied mix from Macclesfield. Hugh Scully sets another question in the Radio Times/Antiques Roadshow competition, and the experts find the prettiest painting they've seen this year, rescued from the owner's attic.
Producer Christopher Lewis
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
On Unemployment Sunday Sally Magnusson visits
Wakefield, where some people are responding positively to unemployment.
Hymns include: Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven; He Who Would Valiant Be; Thine Be the Glory; Do Not Be Afraid; The Servant King;
Crown Him with Many Crowns; For All the Saints; Guide Me, 0 Thou Great Redeemer.
Producer Jonathan Fulford
Editor Roger Hutchings
The last in the series of Bob Larbey's romantic comedy.
It's the day of Lionel's book launch and Alistair has a new publicity stunt ready in case sales start flagging.
A Theatre of Comedy/DLTaffner production for BBCtv
The misadventures of an artful antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane
The Galloping Major. When looking in Frankie's scrapyard for a replacement back indicator lamp for his pickup truck, Lovejoy is persuaded to buy a rusty old cannon, too.
Major Eddie Turpin:
Another chance to see
Roy Clarke 's gentle comedy series. Come In Sunray Major. Foggy goes high-tech to establish good communications with Compo and Clegg.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Comedy series written by David Renwick.
The Meldrews return home from a horror-filled holiday in the sun, only to face a series of disasters which almost sends Margaret over the edge. Deciding she can take no more, she embarks on a reckless adventure.
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
From Arundel Castle in West
Sussex. Magnus Magnusson questions four more contenders with specialist subjects: the Austro-Hungarian dual monarchy, 1867-1918; Lord Macaulay; Dervla Murphy ; railway signalling in Britain, 1830-1947. Director Stephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
See No Evil the Sabra and Shatila Massacre. On 16
September 1982 a force of Christian Lebanese militiamen entered the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in Beirut and killed as many as 2,000 Palestinians while their allies, the Israelis, surrounded the camps. Everyman explores the legacy of the massacre. Producer Stephen Walker Series editor John Blake
Series on small business success.
Winning with the Customer-the Short-Sighted Optician? David Hall examines how improved customer services at a small but long-standing opticians might save it from the threat of new larger companies. Producers Brian Edwards. Andrew Forrester A Diverse production for BBCtv
Keith Vaz , MP, shows how he uses British sign language. Producer Robert Cooke
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A film about the annual celebrations at Thailand's
Producer Skip Blumberg