With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Playground Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews the week's news makers.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and 9.00am News and Weather
In the final programme of the series, Mike Wooldridge asks whether there is a scientific explanation for healing.
Live from Tyneside,
Linda Mary Evans reports on how the local community is facing up to the closure threat facing the Swan Hunter shipyard. She joins employees in prayer and reflection as they consider a Christian response to an uncertain future.
Magazine programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
Presenter Clive Mason crosses the Channel to meet a deaf family in France, and on the way back checks out the new customs regulations .With signing and subtitles.
8: Anna Mazzotti visits the Puglia region.
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A young hedgehog's night-time tour of a suburban garden.
England v Australia
Live coverage of the fourth day's play in the second Test from Lord's.
(Continued in Sunday Grandstand, BBC2)
A report on the controversial practice of "drift-netting" salmon in the North Sea which is angering Scottish anglers. With John Craven. Plus at
12.55 the weather for the week ahead.
Analysis of the week's political events, with Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Gidea comes to a decision, Nigel makes a wish and Steve has some unexpected news for Hattie.
Starring Peter Falk
Short Fuse. The cigar-puffing detective is on the trail of the killer of a business executive, who dies when his car blows up.
Viewers get the chance to voice their criticisms and concerns about BBCtv programmes. With Sue Lawley.
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
A look behind the scenes at the colour and spectacle of the designer gardens and floral exhibits on display at
Gardeners' World Live, held during the past week at the National Exhibition Centre,
Birmingham. With Tim Grundy and Michele Newman. Plus,
David Stevens looks at garden design in the Midlands.
The second of three semi-finals, in which Loyd Grossman is assisted by cookery writer of the year Josceline Dimbleby and writer, columnist and actor Stephen Fry, who admits to once confusing pickled onions with pickling onions when preparing a recipe. The contestants are Tony Davis, a computer sales training consultant from Harrow in Middlesex; hairdresser Helen Weller from Andover in Hampshire and London waiter Ross Burden.
Magazine: tonight's recipes will be in part 1 of the Masterchef Menu Collection.
11.75, published on 21 June.
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
Alan Titchmarsh finds MP and trained classical musician Emma Nicholson at her home in Devon as she chooses six hymns that have inspired her throughout her life.
Specially-shot three-minute videos capture the mood and spirit of her selection.
Wake, O Wake!; Jesu, Gentlest Saviour; Holy, Holy, Holy!; Of the Glorious Body Telling; The Day Thou Gavest, the Lord, is Ended; Glory to Thee My God, This Night.
A Word Pictures production for BBC tv
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 and enjoy a luxury holiday. For the losers it's the first plane back to Britain. This week.the destination is Hong Kong where the challenges include landing a 747 on the world's most difficult runway (in the latest professional 747 simulator), making shirts for the world's fastest tailor and providing the sound effects for a kung fu film. Director David Cumming
Series producer Mark Rowland
A Mentom Films production for BBCtv
A new murder investigation, starring Raymond Burr
Bereaved, David Benson seeks vengeance, but finds himself framed and accused of murder.
It is up to 13-year-old Melanie to prove her father's innocence.
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Ken Russell 's four-part adaptation of D H Lawrence 's classic story that scandalised a generation and gave rise to the most celebrated obscenity trial of the century.
Starring Joely Richardson Sean Bean
3: Connie finds herself increasingly alienated from her old life with Sir Clifford. With her marriage under mounting pressure, she accepts an invitation to escape to
Mandalay, her father's seaside retreat. But before she leaves she promises to spend one more night with Mellors.
Screenplay by Michael Haggiagand Ken Russell
A London Films/Global Arts production for BBCtv
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The programme about current moral dilemmas investigates another issue affecting the private and public life of Britain. Roaming Free?
Nomads have lived in Britain for centuries - gypsies, tinkers and other travelling people. In the last decade, their numbers have been swelled by a generation of so-called New Age Travellers. Now, government proposals threaten to eliminate this way of life. Joan Bakewell talks to landowners and residents who welcome this move, and to those who believe we should tolerate and even support their itinerant lifestyle.
ProducerMike Mitchell Series producer Michael Waterhouse
Series that aims to show people how to use their time efficiently. At WorkandHome. For many women who go back to work after having a family, it can seem that there are two full-time jobs to cope with. Time management expert
Geraldine Bown explains some of the tricks of juggling work and home life, and how you can make time work for you. Producer Hendrik Ball
In the final programme of the series, freelance shepherd and farm worker Richard Seabrook reflects on his year's work. Producer Don Haworth
England v Australia
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the fourth day's play from Lord's.