With Toby Anstis.
A Kiwi flees from the Smoggies.
Today: the Dot Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Two days before the Government's Budget announcement, Shadow
Chancellor Gordon Brown is
David Frost 's guest.
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 reaches the site of St Patrick's first abbey at Saul in Ireland.
Magazine programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
Today: the plight of deaf people in prisons, and a chance to sample racket sports with the British Deaf Sports Council. Presented by Clive Mason. With signing and subtitles.
7: Eating, drinking, entertaining.
Drama-documentary series to help take the terror out of computing. With Helen Lederer and Carol Leader.
A Diverse production for BBCtv
2: At Work and Home. How to juggle work and home life, and make time work.
BBC BOOK: from bookshops. price£5.99
Examining the controversial sport of fox-hunting. Including the week's weather at 12.55.
Followed by On the Record
Analysis of the week's political events, with Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Sharon returns to Albert Square and walks straight into trouble.
Starring Peter Falk
The Most Crucial Game
Columbo discovers that sport can have fatal consequences.
With Dean Stockwell , Robert Culp and Valerie Harper.
One Foot in the Grave has attracted an audience of 17 million viewers, but why are some now switching off? Is the graveyard humour too bleak for laughs? Sue Lawley lets viewers air their views. 6560917 7
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Pop songstress Sonia represents the UK in this year's competition. Today she performs the first two of the eight shortlisted songs viewers can vote for on 9 April. Presented by Terry Wogan.
Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin report from Milan as Italian designers present their collections for Autumn/Winter 93.
A chalice from 1610 and a George II tankard retrieved from a rubbish dump feature in the silverware produced at
Pembroke in Wales. There's also the finest doll ever seen on the programme and Hugh Scully sets another Radio
Times/Antiques Roadshow competition question. Producer Christopher Lewis
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With Chris Lowe
Weather Ian McCaskill
Continuing her exploration of modern British village life, Pam Rhodes visits St Oswald's
Church, Grasmere, in the Lake District, where the poet Wordsworth is buried.
Hymns include: Be Still for the Presence of the Lord; Like a Mighty River Flowing; We Have a Gospel to Proclaim; Father Hear the Prayer We Offer. Producer Diane Reid
Series producer Simon Hammond
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde That's Not Captain Zero
When the human cannonball's van breaks down, Foggy offers his assistance.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
The misadventures of an artful antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane
Irish Stew. Lovejoy and Jane go to Ireland in search of a Yeats painting. But two stolen pages from a medieval manuscript prompt another investigation.
Episode written by T R Bowen
Producer Emma Hayter ; Director John Crome
Third in the 12-part dramatisation of Peter Mayle 's bestseller about his pursuit of the good life in Provence. Starring John Thaw Lindsay Duncan
Black Gold. A plea from a London friend for truffles seems a simple request. But truffles are hard to find and even mentioning the word in France is not the thing to do. Alfred Molina appears as an unexpected guest from England.
Screenplay by Michael Sadler Producer Ken Riddington Director David Tucker
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Peter Mayle reads A Year in Provence and Toujours Provence on audio cassettes, priced £7.49 each in book and record stores
Mayle on Provencalfood in the second of our eight-page specials
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Another chance to see this memorable episode from David Renwick's series starring Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie.
Timeless Time. Victor is finding it hard to get to sleep, and that means Margaret will suffer too.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
From the University of Strathclyde where tonight's subjects are: the Grand
National; Slavonic languages since 1700; Dante; and the City of Chester from Roman times.
With Magnus Magnusson. Director Stephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
A Fatal Dream. Two British women, Sally Croft and Susan Hagan , are facing extradition to America on murder conspiracy charges as the result of their devotion to the controversial guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. They were key figures in the Bhagwan's inner circle in when the cult set up a new religious retreat in Oregon, despite opposition from the local authorities. Guns were bought, local people poisoned and their leader escaped in a private plane. Everyman examines how they became involved in this conflict.
Producers David Darlow and John Smithson
Series editor John Blake
A Dartow/Smithson production for BBCtv
Winning with Quality -
Securing the Future?
David Hall shows a security company that quality guarantee systems do work for small businesses.
Producer Andrew Forrester
A Diverse production for BBCtv
The last in the series looks at the heyday of the Weston,
Clevedon and Portishead Light Railway with the help of an "0" gauge model.
Producer Bernard Goodsall