With Toby Anstis. Stereo
The forest engulfs Suntotown.
Today: the Patch Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
Chancellor Norman Lamont discusses his Budget speech proposals with David Frost.
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 finds new hope in Scotland from the support offered by a community to the families of victims of the Lockerbie disaster.
Members of the Cardiff Deaf
Club discuss the current state of interpreter services.
Presented by Clive Mason. With signing and subtitles.
8: How the Japanese spend their leisure time. Rpt
5: Helen Lederer tries computer dating, while Carol Leader invests in technology. A Diverse production for BBCtv
Working for Yourself. The final programme of the series.
BBC BOOK: £5.99. from bookshops.
With John Craven , 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. Family tensions flare up and Michelle gets an unexpected visitor.
Classic romantic comedy starring
Doris Day, Rock Hudson
Interior decorator Jan Morrow despises the man she shares a phone line with. Little does she know he's the same man she's attracted to in a nightclub.
Jill Dando appeals on behalf of Earthwatch Europe, plus the latest charity news from Cliff Michelmore and Sally Faber.
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Jill Dando. Earthwatch
Sonia performs two more of the eight songs shortlisted as the UK's entry in this year's contest. Presented by Terry Wogan.
A report on the fashion invasion of Paris and how to pick the best hypermarket fashion bargains. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
The 150th edition, and the last in the current series, comes from the grand setting of Arundel Castle in West Sussex, where among other items the experts on hand are shown a pocket watch used by a prince for timing his race horses, a valuable painting cleared out of an attic, and a perfect piece of miniature furniture. Also, Hugh Scully sets the last question in the Radio Times/Antiques Roadshnwcompetition. Producer Chnstopher Lewis
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
Pam Rhodes continues her exploration of modern British village life.
This week, the villagers of Morar and Arisaig in the West Highlands join with the congregations from nearby
Mallaig in St Columba's church to sing their favourite hymns. Hymns include: Praise to the Lord the Almighty; For the Beauty of the Earth; We Have Heard a Joyful Sound; Jesus Put This Song into Our Hearts; Come. Let Us to the Lord Our God; To God Be the Glory.
Producer Moira Kean
Series producer Simon Hammond
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde Das (Welly) Boot
From the muddy depths of a Yorkshire canal, Compo finds a new way to get himself into Nora's affections.
Director/Producer Alan J w Bell
Fourth in t he 12-part dramatisation of Peter Mayle 's light-hearted bestseller about his pursuit of the good life in Provence. Starring John Thaw
The Tony Awards. There's chaos when the Mayles get a visit from a friend of a friend.
Screenplay by Michael Sadler Producer Ken Rlddington Director David Tucker
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Peter Mayle reads A Year in Provence and Toujours Provence on audio cassettes, pnced
£7,49 each. from hook and record stores.
Follow the Mayle trail in the third of our Provence specials
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The best performances and productions of 1992 in cinema and television are honoured by the British Academy for Film and Television Arts, live from London.
In the film categories British anticipation is running high with Howards End and The
CryingGaine each being nominated for six awards. The
Player and Clint Eastwood 's Unforgiven (both from the USA) and Australia's Strictly Ballroom all have four nominations.
For the television awards,
BBCtv's Absolutely Fabulous gets three nominations, while ITV's Inspector Morse and Jeeves and Wooster both figure twice. Among the artists in contention are Helen Mirren ,
Maggie Smith. Juliet Stevenson and Zoe Wanamaker for best actress. Alan Bates , Brian Cox , Ian Richardson and John Thaw for best actor, and Joanna Lumley , Patricia Routledge ,
Jennifer Saunders and Richard Wilson for best light-entertainment performance.
Presented by Griff Rhys Jones , with Mel Smith in Los Angeles. Producer Peter Hylton Cleaver
Where do Britain's Bafta hopes lie? Read Barry Norman
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As the British Academy Awards are transmitted live, subsequent programmes may run late.
With Martyn Lewis , Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Moments of Love. This moving film shows how
Phoebe Caldwell has pioneered new ways of getting close to people with profound learning disabilities. It also raises key questions about the value we put on personal growth and freedom for those whose abilities are so limited.
Producer Angela Tilby
Series editor John Blake
Winning with Europe-
Casting Off the Past. How careful financial management transformed a near-bankrupt giftware company.
Producers Brian Edwards and Andrew Forrester
A Diverse production for BBCtv