With Toby Anstis
Today: the Patch Stop. Rpt
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
First of five programmes about how different people have coped with life's challenges and crises. Viscount Tonypandy , the Rt Hon George Thomas , talks about his battle against throat cancer and a malignant growth in his stomach. Rpt
Judy Merry learns how the arts are helping young Christians in Northern Ireland in their faith.
First of a series of programmes from the Silent Network, America's deaf channel.
Sign of Our Times. A programme from 1980, mixing comedy, music and drama Hollywood-style. With signing and subtitles. stereo
Last in the series looking at contemporary France as depicted on French TV.
10: Top fashion designers discuss their work. Rpt
How Britain's Colleges of Further Education are catering for people who left school years ago with few qualifications. Rpt
Eamonn Holmes goes motoring in the Black Forest. Rpt
With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.35.
With Moira Stuart.
From Magny Cours. Live coverage of the whole race - the eighth round of the Formula 1 World Championship. With commentary by Murray Walker. (Highlights tonight at 8.00pm on BBC2)
Omnibus edition. Hattie comes down to earth with a bump.
Cartoon about a stone-age family. Rpt
In this week's dog-handling contest, the North East takes on the South East. With
Peter Purves , Cheryl Baker and Superdogs vet Bradley Viner.
Pam Rhodes appeals on behalf of the Anchor Housing Trust.
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The final of this year's competition - and for the first time three men have battled through the tough qualifying rounds to compete for the coveted title and Â£3,000 prize. Three-starred Michelin chef Michel Roux and business troubleshooter Sir John Harvey-Jones join Loyd Grossman to pass the final judgment. The contestants are Ross Burden, from Fulham in London; Brian Tompkins, from Great Brington in Northamptonshire; and Derek Johns, from Devizes in Wiltshire.
Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
MAGAZINE: tonight's recipes will be in part 13 of the Masterchef Menu Collection, Â£1.75, published on 7 July.
Three men and their menus
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With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
The first of a four-part series in which Thora Hird explores the respective paths to heaven and hell as depicted in a turn-of-the-century religious poster. A Great Gulf Fixt. The poster comes to life and she becomes a guide along its routes to a group of young choristers, the Angel Voices. Also featuring organist Carlo Curley, Angela Richards, the Morriston Orpheus Choir and Rt Rev Roy Williamson.
A Bryan Izzard production for BBCtv
Thora Hird Organist: Carlo
The Morriston Orpheus
More travel and challenges presented by Anneka Rice.
This week's contestants fly to France where they compete in the Le Mans "24-minute" race; try to outdo an award-winning chef in his own kitchen; and attempt a daredevil French horseback sport.
Directors David Cumming and Tom Gutteridge
Series producer Mark Rowland
A Mentorn Films production for BBCtv
The drama series set in early-50s rural Scotland and filmed on location in Perthshire, starring Ian Carmichael
Unexpected changes are planned at both Strathblair
House and Camban. Andrew returns home and Sir James gives him some startling news. Umberto, whose schemes cause a stir among the girls in the village, has a surprise for Pheemie Robertson.
Written by David Ashton Producer Leonard White
Director Ken Hannam
Sir James Menzies:
Macrae of Balbuie:
A rerun of Bob Larbey's romantic comedy starring Judi Dench, Geoffrey Palmer
Judith tries to bring Jean and Lionel closer together but her efforts make Jean feel decidedly uneasy.
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
A Theatre of Comedy/DL Taffner/UK Ltd production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
The championships reach their climax with the crowning of the men's singles champion. Harry Carpenter and Sue Barker introduce highlights of today's final and recall the best moments from the fortnight. Producer Sharon Lence Editor Dave Gordon
London's Hyde Park and at the Three Tenors concert, superstar tenor
Luciano Pavarotti once more takes to the stage with a concert recorded live in front of an audience of thousands in New
York's Central Park last week.
With orchestral backing from the New York Philharmonic and interludes from the Boys' Choir of Harlem, the programme includes music by Verdi,
Donizetti, Bizet and of course Puccini, whose Nessun Dorma from Turandot is scheduled to close the performance. Director William Cosel
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Last programme in the series about current moral dilemmas.
A Devil of a Kid?
An investigation into what causes children and young people to commit serious, often violent, crime. Is "evil" a useful description of the perpetrators or their actions? Or should unemployment, bad housing and family breakdown continue to take the blame? And how does the violence done to children affect their later behaviour?
Series producer Michael Waterhouse A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv