With Toby Anstis.
Nature series. Rpt Stereo
Today: the Tent Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
Animation. Spider Junior High
Today Mike Wooldridge seeks to establish what healing and health means.
Goes Coast to Coast. Judy
Merry travels from St Bees Head across to Robin Hood 's
Bay, and breaks her journey for prayer and worship. Today: Kirkby Stephen.
A panel of guests and a studio audience discuss bilingualism as a tool for educating deaf children. Signing and subtitles.
Aspects of contemporary Germany.
2: The city of Mainz.
2: Teaching the language and looking at the Italian way of life. SUPPORT MATERIAL: BBC course book:
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2: How do you tick your staff off for being late? Rpt BBC BOOK: Better Communication Skills for Work, by Melanie Kelcher , price£4.99 (telephone: [number removed]for an order form)
Learning from Experience. Dr Peter Honey has spent a lifetime studying the way we learn at work and helping design courses on managing change. Business Matters follows the progress of three middle managers on one of these courses.
Today Mireille Johnston visits Limousin and Auvergne.
With John Craven, plus at 12.55 the week's weather.
Analysis of the week's political events, with Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole.
Espionage thriller starring
Gregory Peck , Sophia Loren A professor of ancient languages at Oxford finds his life changes dramatically when he is asked to decipher a coded message.
Director Stanley Donen
SEE FILMS pages 43-51
In the first of two programmes Gloria Hunniford previews entries from Italy, Turkey, Germany, Belgium,
Switzerland, Denmark, Greece, Malta, Iceland,
Austria, Portugal and France.
Three contestants from the east of England take part in tonight's heat to find the best amateur chef in Great Britain. Loyd Grossman 's guests are chef Antony Worrall Thompson and actress Hannah Gordon. Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
MAGAZINE: all the recipes from the series are in the 15-part Masterchef Menu Collection, £1.75 from newsagents.
Today's will be in part 5, published 1 1 May.
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Thora Hird introduces a selection of requested hymns. She also meets health and fitness expert Rosemary Conley , who talks about her Christian faith, and landscape artist Ron Mann who tells her about a wartime escape.
Hymns: The Lord Is My Shepherd; Love Divine; Thine Be the Glory; The Road Is Long; The Servant King; The Day Thou Gavest; Be Still for the Presence of the Lord.
Series producer Diane Reid Editor Helen Alexander.
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde
Was That Nora Batty Singing? Nora is acting strangely and Compo is worried.
With Thora Hird , Jane Freeman and Kathy Staff.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Period detective dramas featuring the aristocratic sleuth created by Ngaio Marsh , adapted by Hugh Leonard , and starring Patrick Malahide Final Curtain. Having accepted a commission to paint a birthday portrait, Agatha Troy has to report to Alleyn that her subject has been murdered.
Producer George Gallaccio Director Martyn Friend
Chief Inspector Alleyn:
Sir Henry Ancred:
The 12-part dramatisation of Peter Mayle's light-hearted bestseller starring John Thaw, Lindsay Duncan
It's October. Madame Hermonville has some Parisian visitors; the Mayles are faced with a dilemma - where does their allegiance lie? With the holiday home owners or the farmers?
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Peter Mayle reads A Year in Provence and Toujours Provence on audio cassettes, priced Â£7.49 each in book and record stores
Based on the book by:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
The third of the semi-finals comes from Bath, where the specialist subjects are: German armoured fighting vehicles,
1939-45; Californian gold rush; Brunei; and model railways in Great Britain, 1920-90.
With Magnus Magnusson. DirectorStephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
Mr Sean. The pre-meditated murder of a young British Unicef worker in Somalia earlier this year shocked the world. Four months on, the precise motives for
Sean Devereux 's death still remain unclear. But what is certain is that children all over Africa have lost a remarkable and dedicated friend. Everyman celebrates the commitment shown by "Mr Sean " during his brief life, from his time as a 24-year-old mission teacher in Liberia until he became an assassin's target in Somalia four years later. Producer Richard Alwyn Series editor John Blake
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Twelfth Night. Soviet animation narrated by Rosemary Leach. Director/Series producer Dave Edwards
Last in the series looks at the effects and problems of breeding.
Town Astronomy. Patrick Moore explains that there is much for the amateur astronomer to see.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo