With Toby Anstis.
Fun and laughter.
Today: the Playground Stop. A Feigate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the Sunday papers with his guests.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8. 15am and
Mike Wooldridge asks whether healing is something we have to earn. Rpt
Goes Coast to Coast. Judy
Merry continues her journey, breaking for prayer and worship at a small-holding in Farndale on the North York
Magazine programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people, presented by Clive Mason. Today: an HGV driver talks about his struggle to get a licence. Plus a report on the making of a new video about council services. With signing and subtitles.
( Repeated Tuesday at 2.30pm on BBC2)
Series looking at aspects of contemporary Germany.
4: Commuting by train in Italy.
SUPPORT MATERIAL: BBC course book Â£9.99; audio cassettes Â£24.99 per pack of four, or Â£7.99 each: CD pack (4) Â£49.99
A series to improve speaking and writing skills.
4: How to look after customers and keep them happy.
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The Dream in Jeans.
David Lomax talks to the head of Levi Strauss about the firm's history, business ethics, and how it tries to combat forgery in the Far East. Rpt
Today cookery writer Mireille Johnston visits Burgundy.
With John Craven , plus at 12.55 the week's weather.
Political analysis, with Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Pete and Rose are back together but how will they deal with her husband's violent family?
Caper movie starring
- Frank Sinatra
Sammy Davis Jr Danny Ocean has a master plan: to rob five Las Vegas gambling casinos simultaneously on New Year's Eve. To do the job he assembles a hand-picked team, "Ocean's eleven".
With Red Skelton and George Raft as themselves.
Director Lewis Milestone
(Frank Sinatra is in Assault on a Queen on Thursday at 1. 50pm)
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Veteran reporter and newspaper editor Max Hastings and doyenne of the cookery world Prue Leith join Loyd Grossman to judge tonight's heat in which three contestants from the south east of England take part.
Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
MAGAZINE: tonight's recipes are in part 6 of the Masterchef Menu Collection, Â£1.75 from newsagents on 18 May.
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Ian McCaskill
From RAF Scampton.
Fifty years ago tonight, the Dambusters took off from this
Lincolnshire airfield. In one of the Lancaster hangars, guests, veterans, present-day aircrew and local people join in an act of remembrance. Adding their own salute are the Red Arrows, the RAF acrobatic team based at Scampton. Music is from the Central Band of the RAF.
Introduced by Sally Magnusson. Producer Christopher Mann
Executive producer Roger Hutchings
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde Passing the Earring. Howard finds a piece of jewellery on him and unwisely asks Clegg for help. Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Last episode of the period detective drama featuring the upper-crust sleuth created by Ngaio Marsh , starring Patrick Malahide
Death in a White Tie. A blackmailer is at large on the London debutante scene and Alleyn plants a friend among them. But a murderer gets there first. Chief Inspector Alleyn....PATRICK MALAHIDE
Screenplay by Ken Jones Producer George Gallaccio Director John Woods
CORRECTION: the screenplay for The
Nursing Home Murder mystery shown on 25 April was wrongly credited in Radio Times; it was by Kevin Laffan.
Sir Dan id Davidson:
Lord Robert Bunchy Gospell:
Captain Maurice Withers:
Lady Evelyn Carrados:
Lucy, Dowager Marchioness of Lorrimer:
Sir Herbert Carrados:
Final part of this dramatisation of Peter Mayle 's bestseller starring John Thaw Lindsay Duncan
"Les Anglais" have battled against the gales, the French workmen and the critics and reached the end of their first year of life Provencal-style.
In this last episode, A Year in Provence, Father Christmas has died. Politics reign supreme and a successor cannot be agreed upon, until finally the Christmas spirit prevails. Screenplay by Michael Sadler Producer Ken Riddington Director David Tucker
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
The four finalists are:
Gavin Fuller - specialist subject, theCrusades(1095-1154); David Tombs - the modern
Glenys Davies - the life and reign of Napoleon III ;
Barrie Douce - the French
Indo-China War (1945-54). Magnus Magnusson puts the questions in the Commonwealth Institute in Kensington, London. DirectorStephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
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Whose Land Is It Anyway ?The civil war in Yugoslavia has horrified the outside world, yet the causes of such hatred seem unfathomable. As the war threatens to spill over more Balkan borders, Everyman travels to one of the next potential flashpoints, Kosovo in the Serbian heartland, and meets two families - one
Orthodox Serb, one
Albanian Muslim. On opposite sides, the families have never met. but they are locked in conflict, sharing claims to the land on which they live.
Producer Catharine Seddon
Editor John Blake
The first in a four-part series on women growing older, which looks at sex, health and relationships.
Time for Sex? If it's experience that counts then women in their
40s and 50s should be having the time of their lives in bed.
But is this really the case? When the menopause occurs is it the end of sex or the start of something new? Women facing up to the change of life share their experiences and, in a spirit of adventure, pay a visit to a female-only sex shop.
Series producer Fiona Pitcher
HELPLINE: 0[number removed](free) open until
1.00am and tomorrow 2.00-7.00pm
BBC BOOK: to accompany the series, with positive, practical advice on the menopause, 17.99 from booksellers. Subtitled
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Spring is a busy time for
Richard Seabrook , shepherd and freelance farm worker, first with lambing, then with a travelling gang of sheep shearers. Producer Don Haworth