With Toby Anstis.
Emma's youth potion causes disastrous side effects.
Today: the Playground Stop. A Feigate production for BBCtv
In the last show in the series, there's a look inside Mr B's head.
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the Sunday papers with his guests. Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and 9.00am News and Weather
A journey for Lent through Wales, Ireland and Scotland. Today, Linda Mary Evans pauses at Carfin, one of Scotland's most holy places, and Bishop Richard Holloway reflects on Luke's account of Christ's journey to the cross.
Magazine programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
Today: a progress report on the campaign for a civil rights bill for disabled people, and schoolchildren start work on a wildlife garden in Wales.
Presented by Clive Mason. With signing and subtitles.
6: Examining travel in Japan.
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A drama-documentary series to help take the terror out of computing. Helen (Helen
Lederer) finds life very taxing, while Sally (Carol Leader) worries about her elbows.
A Diverse production for BBCtv
A three-part series to I help you set realistic goals, manage your diary better, delegate more effectively, and cope with interruptions.
1: In the Office. What can you do when work is piling up? Are you making the best use of time?
Withjohn Craven , includingthe week's weather at 12.55.
Followed by On the Record
Political programme, presented by Jonathan Dimbleby.
Omnibus edition. Arthur has some explaining to do. And the pressure mounts on Clyde.
Manchester City v
Live coverage of this FA Cup
Sixth Round game, followed by the draw for the FA Cup semi-finals. Commentary by Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking , reports by Ray Stubbs. Introduced by Desmond Lynam and Alan Hansen.
(Highlights of Derby County v Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow at 10. 55pm)
Today, London's leading fashion designers unveil their offerings for autumn/winter in London Fashion Week. Also, with the capital's fashion industry under pressure, a new name is emerging on the designer map of Europe:
Birmingham. With Jeff Banks ,
Caryn Franklin , Brenda Emmanus.
A library table shaped like a kettle drum, a valuable seal made for the Rothschilds, and a rare 17th-century candle holder are unearthed this week in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Hugh Scully sets another Radio
Times/Antiques Roadshow competition question. Producer Christopher Lewis
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Peter Cockroft
In the week of St David's Day, Pam Rhodes joins the people of Llanberis in North Wales as congregations join to sing hymns in honour of their national saint.
Hymns include: All Hail the Power of Jesu's Name; Gwahoddiad; Jesu, Lover of My Soul; Atodiad; God That Madest Earth and Heaven; Tydi a Roddeist.
Producer Christopher Mann
Series producer Simon Hammond
Comedy series by Roy Clarke. Walking Stiff Can Make You Famous. An encounter with a horse points Foggy towards making his first million.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Starring Ian McShane They Call Me Midas.
Jim Leonard , Lovejoy's mentor, sets up a country house weekend for an elaborate con.
Lovejoy involves Eric, Tinker and Jane, but finds out too late that he is also a victim.
Episode written by Roger Marshall
Producer Emma Hayter ; Director John Crome
Second in the 12-part dramatisation of Peter Mayle 's colourful bestseller detailing how he and his wife escaped from London's rat race to live in idyllic Provence. Starring
John Thaw , Lindsay Duncan Learning the Language. The Mayles have to contend with their first group of French workmen and receive a very frightening and bewildering gift from a neighbour.
Screenplay by Michael Sadler Producer Ken Riddington Director David Tucker
On the Mayle trail. The first of our eight-page specials
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Last in the comedy series about a curmudgeonly codger, written by David Renwick.
A meeting of Victor's conjuring group ends in chaos when one of the tricks goes horribly wrong.
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Peter Cockroft
From Rugby School. Tonight's subjects are: fantasy and science fiction, 1960-90; railways in Yorkshire; the life and works of AJ Munnings ; the life and career of Stanley Baldwin. Director Stephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
How to Get to Heaven in Montana
A look at the crisis facing the Hutterites in America, a Christian sect which has maintained its traditions, dress and German language for over 400 years but has now been rocked by a wave of desertions to bom-again Christianity. Producer Jane Treays
Series editor John Blake
Winning with the Market: All Gummed Up? After 12 years of growth, Anglia Labels was hit hard by the recession. David Hall shows how winning companies go about finding markets. Producer Andrew Forrester
A Diverse production for BBCtv
Prunella Scales speaks French, taught to her by her mother. Producer Robert Cooke
Second of three programmes retracing the line from
Evercreech Junction over the Somerset Levels.
Producer Andrew Johnston Rpt
Patrick Moore discusses the latest findings on how the universe began.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo