With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Tent Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews the week's news makers.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
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Today, Mike Wooldridge asks whether the sick can make themselves better.
As competitors take part in the annual Isle of Man motorcycle TT races, biker Brian Gardiner stops for prayer and reflection with Graham Young.
Including interviews with current and past competitors in the Deaf World Games. With signing and subtitles.
6: The musicians of Bari.
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Bryan McNerney visits Grimes Graves , the Neolithic flint mines in Norfolk.
A Ragged Royalist production for BBCtv
England v Australia
Live coverage of the fourth day's play in the first Cornhill Insurance Test from Old Trafford. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Ray IUingworth , Geoff Boycott and Jack Bannister. (Continued on Sunday Grandstand, BBC2)
John Craven opens the weekly file on the latest countryside stories. Plus at 12.55 the week'sweather.
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Analysis of the events in the headlines. Jonathan Dimbleby interviews leading politicians; John Cole adds his assessment of the week in politics.
Omnibus edition. Pauline comes to a decision about
Danny, while Arthur has his own problems with Christine.
Treasure seekers, 30 dangerous convicts and a beautiful widow in search of her long-lost son are among those aboard the SS Batavia Queen - bound for Krakatoa, a volcanic island near Java. As tension mounts, the ship sails into the biggest natural disaster ever recorded - the eruption of Krakatoa, in which 40,000 people lost their lives.
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Animated fun with the stone-age family.
Robert Powell appeals on behalf of Marie Curie Cancer
Care, and Cliff Michelmore and Joanna Kaye report on the latest charity news.
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The last in the regional heats features three contestants from the Home Counties. Loyd Grossman is joined by judges Jenni Murray of Woman's
Hour, and Gary Rhodes , chef at London's Greenhouse.
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A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
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With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
First of four programmes in which celebrities talk to Alan Titchmarsh about the hymns which have inspired them. The music is given a visual interpretation through 'hymn videos'.The first guest is gardener Geoffrey Smith.
Hymns: Morning Has Broken; The Lord Is My Shepherd; How Great Thou Art; Be Thou My Vision; Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah; Great Is Thy Faithfulness. Producer Peter Armstrong
A Word Pictures production for BBCtv
(Repeated tomorrow 3.00pm on BBC2)
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Anneka Rice presents the ultimate travel challenge. Two couples fly to a mystery foreign location and compete in a series of tough physical and mental tasks. For the winners, the prize is to stay on for a well-earned luxury holiday. For the losers, it's the first plane back to Britain. This week, the destination is Egypt and the tasks featured include racing balloons across the desert and climbing the pyramids. Director David Cumming
Series producer Mark Rowland
A Mentorn Films production for BBCtv
A new murder investigation, starring Raymond Burr A group of authors is under suspicion when an arrogant crime writer suddenly dies. But Mason thinks the police have overlooked the real killer.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
When D.H. Lawrence's "Lady Chatterley's Lover" was finally published in the UK in 1960, over 30 years after completion, it sparked off the century's most celebrated obscenity trial. A further 30 years later, film-maker Ken Russell has adapted Lawrence's three versions of the story into a four-part screenplay. Russell, whose previous work includes adaptations of Lawrence's "Women in Love" and "The Rainbow", says: "We have changed certain nuances, but generally the film remains very faithful to his intentions."
Starring Joely Richardson, Sean Bean.
Stifled by a sexless marriage and exhausted by caring for her husband, paralysed from the waist down, Lady Chatterley takes to walking in the extensive grounds of the family estate. There she meets Mellors, the handsome gamekeeper, and is shaken by the force of her desire.
Screenplay by Michael Haggiag and Ken Russell
A London Films/Global Arts production for BBCtv
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Earlier this year American
"pro-lifers" came to Britain to add their voice to the campaign against abortion in this country. Could Britain's clinics face the kind of violent protests seen in the USA? What are the limits on protest in a democratic society? ProducerMikeMitchell
Series producer Michael Waterhouse
Last in a series about health and well-being for women over 40. Tips for looking and feeling good, including breast self-examination.
Series producer Fiona Pitcher
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For freelance farm worker
Richard Seabrook the sheep-shearing season is the busiest and most rewarding of the year.
Producer Don Haworth