With Toby Anstis.
Fun and laughter.
Today: the Dot Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews the Employment Secretary Gillian Shephard.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and
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Mike Wooldridge discovers how the ancient Chinese technique of reflexology, along with traditional practices of hospital medicine and psychotherapy, can embrace physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Goes Coast to Coast. Judy
Merry concludes her journey from St Bees Head to Robin
Hood's Bay, breaking for prayer and worship. Today, she stops at Whitby.
Magazine programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people, presented by Clive Mason. Today: A group of deaf youngsters take a trip back in time to Sherwood Forest, and a report from Jack Ashley on measures to improve access for deaf customers at their local
Citizens' Advice Bureau. With signing and subtitles.
David Jessel samples a winter holiday to Marrakesh.
England v Australia
Live coverage of the third and final one-day international for the Texaco Trophy, from Lord's. Commentary is by Richie Benaud ,
Ray Illingworth , Geoffrey Boycott and Jack Bannister.
Introduced by Tony Lewis. TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
(Continued in Sunday Grandstand on BBC2)
John Craven and Dave Lee
Travis announce the winners of the BBC's environmental awards scheme, the "Big Green One". Plus at 12.55 the week's weather.
Omnibus edition. Mandy and Aidan have a heart-to-heart but look like ending up further apart than ever.
Live coverage from Monte Carlo of the sixth round of the Formula 1 championship.
Ayrton Senna is the master of Monaco with five victories in the last six years, the most memorable being last year's defeat of Nigel Mansell. Today he will be trying to close the gap on championship leader Alain Prost. Commentary by Murray Walker, James Hunt and Jonathan Palmer.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
(Highlights at 9.10pm on BBC2)
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Viewers voice their criticisms and concerns about BBCtv programmes. With Sue Lawley. A Barraciough Carey production for BBCtv
The competition reaches the halfway point with tonight's three Scottish contestants. Loyd Grossman is joined by writer and columnist
Leslie Forbes and news presenter Martyn Lewis.
Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
MAGAZINE: tonight's recipes are in part 7 of the MasterchefMenu Collection ,£ 1 .75.
Weather John Kettley
In the last of the current series, Thora Hird takes a trip down memory lane to the Worth Valley Steam Railway at
Haworth in Yorkshire, the setting for many films including The Railway Children and Yanks. She also visits the beautiful garden of Suffolk woman Peggy Cole , which each year attracts tens of thousands of visitors.
Hymns: I Think, When I Read That Sweet Story of Old; Lord, for
Tomorrow and Its Needs; All Things Bright and Beautiful; The Old
Rugged Cross; Tell Out, My Soul; Sweet Is the Work; 0 Happy Day! Series producer Diane Reid
I Comedy from the writers of Private
Diane Keaton , Sam Shepard J C Wiatt lives the yuppie ideal. She has a successful career in advertising, a live-in lover married to his bank, and the smartest apartment complete with his and hers answering machines. En route to the business meeting of her life, J C discovers she has inherited a 13-month-old baby that's never heard of pasta, power breakfasts or mineral water.
Director Charles Shyer
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Dr Jeff Cooper:
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
This powerful mystery drama, based on the novel by Frances Fyfield , has been adapted by Ted Whitehead (responsible, among other major television dramas, for The Life and Loves of a Ske-Devil, and The Cloning of Joanna May).
Starring Cherie Lunghi Derrick O'Connor
The brutal murder of a woman appears to be an open and shut case. But while Crown
Prosecutor Helen West and Supt Geoffrey Bailey have a suspect and a signed confession, the lack of a credible motive still nags. Their investigations lead them through a labyrinth of jealousies and emotions before they both realise that there is far more to this murder than meets the eye.
Producer Chris Burt Director Stuart Orme
An Elmgate/Thames production for BBCtv
Cherie Lunghi lays down the law in a new crime drama
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Breach of Faith. Father Samuel Penney sexually abused children in parishes within the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham for 25 years. He was arrested in July 1992 and convicted this March after three families gave evidence in his prosecution. Penney pleaded guilty to ten charges of indecent assault against boys and girls aged between 8 and 14. Everyman investigates why it took the Church so long to recognise Penney was a paedophile. In this film, the families speak out for the first time about the abuse they suffered. They say several officials within the Archdiocese of Birmingham knew of Penney's activities years before his prosecution. One parent says: "You never want to hear the word 'yes' when you ask your child about abuse." Last in the series.
Producer Deborah Parkin Editor John Blake
A Boxclever production for BBCtv
The second of four programmes about health and well-being for women over 40. Tonight, the physical effects of the menopause - what to expect, how to deal with it and the pros and cons of hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
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Highlights of the third and final one-day international between England and Australia.
Introduced by Tony Lewis.