The daily magazine programme, including
Ross King 's Quizcall , medical news from
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First of a two-part mini-series, tracing the mixed fortunes of a family in South Australia during the Depression years, starring Kate Nelligan
As the Balfour family struggle to eke out an existence from the harsh land, Anne learns she is the recipient of a la rge inheritance. Life takes on a new complexion, and it's then that their troubles really begin.
AnneBalfour. KATE NELLIGAN
Walter Balfour. JOHN BACH
(Part 2 Thursday at 1.50pm)
Six-part series based on the books by Allan Ahlberg , dramatised by Vicky Ireland.
Mrs Lather 's Laundry (part 1) Mrs Lather faces a busy week in her laundry. With Annette Badiand , Ben Thomas , Richard Hope , Miltonjohns, Elizabeth Estensen and Martyn Ellis. (Part 2 on Thursday at 4.1 5pm)
Documentary series featuring real-life stories about children today, told by the children themselves. Two programmes from previous series have won the Royal
Television Society's award for best children's factual programme. Why Don't You Stick to Your
Own Kind? With a hard-hitting mixture of sketches, songs and poems, a group of Protestant and Catholic youngsters portray their experiences of growing up in Northern
Ireland. Stereo Subtitled
For the last show in the current series, Jill Dando reports from Cyprus, the home of Aphrodite and destination for more than half a million British tourists every year. Kathy Tayler tries a weekend break in Rome; Frank Barrett travels to
Argentina; and Gloria Hunniford visits Dublin for a pub crawl with a difference. Producer Simon Shaw
Series producer Jane Lush
BBC HOLIDAYS MAGAZINE: containing resort reports, news, advice and information, £ 1.40from newsagents.
Carla Lane 's newest family comedy series, starring Michael Angelis Sue Johnston
It's Hannah's wedding day and, like every other occasion in the Craven household, it is far from straightforward.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
Victor Craven, ,:
Nick Gillingham , Olympic bronze medallist in the 200m breaststroke at Barcelona, and Curtis Robb , who reached the final of last year's Olympic
800m at the age of 19, team up with Bill Beaumont.
David Batty , the Leeds United and England midfielder, joins Ian Botham together with Lucinda Green , former World and European three-day-event champion, who is making her 17th appearance on the show. Presented by David Coleman. Plus, the final round in the viewers' competition. Executive producer Mike Adley
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Regional News; Weather
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This powerful romantic thriller from the director of Picnic at
Hanging Rock received eight Oscar nominations. It is set against a background of clashing cultures and stars Harrison Ford
John Book , a hardened
Philadelphia cop, is assigned to protect Rachel Lapp , a member of the reclusive Amish community, when her son witnesses a savage murder on a rare trip to the big city. Forced to run for their lives, the three of them flee to the Lapps' home in Lancaster County,
Pennsylvania - a rural idyll unchanged by modern technology and governed by devout pacifist beliefs. But the violence of the outside world is never far behind.
Director Peter Weir
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Deputy Commissioner Schaeffer:
Recorded live in concert, the American soul singer performs a number of his chart-topping hits, including Time, Love and Tenderness, When a Man Loves a Woman and Love Is a Wonderful Thing. Formerly a session singer, Bolton has won several Grammy awards.
The third of seven short journeys for Holy Week.
Andrew Henderson , founder of the London Lighthouse Aids hospice, talks with John Humphrys about Jesus' night in the Garden of Gethsemane - a time of desolation before certain death - and the theme of isolated suffering.
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