With Toby Anstis.
Fun and laughter.
Today: the Why Bird Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews the week's news makers.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and
Mike Wooldridge asks whether promises of recovery and cures create unrealistic expectations.
Goes Coast to Coast. Judy Merry continues her cross-country journey, breaking for prayer and worship at Marrick Priory.
This week is Adult Learners' Week, and Clive Mason asks what's in it for deaf people. Plus John Hay takes a Deaf Heritage Trail through Edinburgh. With signing and subtitles.
Aspects of modern Germany.
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Mind Your Own Business. A programme survey shows that family companies are a solid investment. What are the secrets of their success?
Mireille Johnston visits Brittany.
With John Craven , plus at 12.55 the week's weather.
Political analysis with Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Arthur gets tough with Aidan.
Comedy western starring Jane Fonda, Lee Marvin
Rancher's daughter Cat Ballou turns outlaw when a killer is hired to gun down her father.
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In the second of two programmes Gloria Hunniford previews entries from Sweden, Ireland,
Luxembourg, Slovenia, Finland, Bosnia, Netherlands, Croatia, Spain, Cyprus, Israel, Norway, and the UK entry Better the Devil You Know, sung by Sonia.
Michael Buerk appeals on behalf of the African Medical and Research Foundation whose flying doctor service provides health care in east Africa.
Plus the latest charity news.
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Three contestants from the north of England take part in tonight's heat to find the best amateur chef in Great Britain.
Loyd Grossman is accompanied by chef Rose Grey , and journalist and raconteur Alan Coren to judge the results. 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 part5, on sale 11 May.
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Thora Hird shares some of the happy times she has had in Blackpool and introduces favourite hymns chosen by viewers. She also travels to
Dun Laoghaire to meet the All-Priests Holy Roadshow. Hymns: To God Be the Glory;
0 Thou Who Camest; Shine, Jesus, Shine; Bethlehem Road; OJesus, I Have Promised; Oh We Praise God in Many Sounds of Music (Beside the Seaside)
Series producer Diane Reid
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde Cashflow Problems. Compo's financial future seems brighter when he remembers that Biff
Hemingway once borrowed a shilling from him at school.
With Thora Hird , Jane Freeman and Kathy Staff.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
J W Bell
Period detective drama featuring the upper-crust sleuth created by Ngaio Marsh, starring Patrick Malahide
An eminent barrister dies in a village pub, apparently from a poisoned dart. But how was the lethal dose prepared?
Adapted by Alfred Shaughnessy
Chief Inspector Alleyn:
Hon Violet Duffy:
The12-part dramatisation of Peter Mayle 's light-hearted bestseller starring John Thaw Lindsay Duncan
11:Old Boys. November: the village school is in danger of being closed down through lack of funds. Can a young priest and the magnificent seven help?
Screenplay by Michael Sadler Producer Ken Riddington Director David Tucker
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
The fourth of the semi-finals comes from Bath, where the specialist subjects are: the Beatles; C S Lewis; the solar system; and Frederick Delius. With Magnus Magnusson. DirectorStephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
Hopes and Fears. Since the tragic death in Liverpool of toddler Jamie Bulger , much has been said and written about the morality of the nation's youth. But one voice has remained unheard - that of the children themselves. Now Everyman talks to young people about their own values. Sharon wants to clear the drug addicts out of Liverpool and her ambition is to be a zoologist or a hairdresser. Nirena wants to improve school dinners and stop racism. Dave wants to avoid having his kneecaps broken by local drug dealers. Using a study of 15,000 teenagers, the programme reveals their hopes for the future and their fears of what may prevent them making the distinction between what is right and wrong. Producer David Willcock Series editor John Blake
Two documentaries, shown as part of Adult Learners' Week, about women in the workplace. What can women do to help their self-confidence and to improve their prospects of work?
Producer Suzanne Davies Editor Diane Dathan
(Part 2, about equal opportunities for women, tomorrow night)
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Five films chronicling a critical and eventful year in the life of Richard Seabrook - shepherd, freelance farm worker and a man of old-fashioned virtues.