With Toby Anstis.
The Playground Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
Radio 4's James Naughtie stands in for David Frost to interview the week's news makers.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and
Programmes about how different people have coped with life's challenges.
After successfully overcoming her addiction to alcohol and tranquillisers, Eve Thompson learned her son was suffering from schizophrenia.
Graham Young visits the National Museum of Photography, Cinema and Television in Bradford to meet film buff
Father Michael Williams for prayer and reflection.
Continuing the series of programmes made in America. Today's edition is particularly for deaf children. Kim Powers is both blind and deaf but this doesn't stop her enjoying life to the full. With signing and subtitles.
How the future of the Finnish swan was secured.
England v Australia
Live coverage of the fourth day's play in the fourth Test match from Headingley. TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie (Continued in Sunday Grandstand on BBC2) Stereo
With John Craven , plus weather for the week ahead at 12.55pm.
Followed by Harry and the Hendersons
The Ransom ofBigfoot. The Henderson's return home to find the house ransacked and Harry missing.
Continued coverage from
BBC2 of the Formula 1 world championship race from Hockenheim.
(Highlights tonight at 9.45pm)
Omnibus edition. The Kapoors receive an unwelcome visit.
Tricky Dicky continues to pursue Cindy and Gita warns her off.
More detective drama featuring the shabby sleuth, starring Peter Falk
Double Exposure. Fearful of being unmasked, a blackmailer kills his victim and then frames the dead man's wife. But
Columbo is not convinced.
Dr Bart Kepple:
Highlights of this two-day air spectacular, from RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire. It's the biggest military air display in the world this year, featuring
450 aircraft from 30 countries, including 16 national display teams. The event concludes with a special pageant and flypast, a tribute to the RAF which is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
Presented by Julian Tutt and Raymond Baxter.
TV presentation Peter Hylton Cleaver
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Public Pleasures. On the last part of her journey with the Angel Voices choir, Thora Hird explores what old-time religion considered dangerous and sinful - the theatre, drink,
Sunday trains and overdressing. She meets Carlo Curley , the Mellstock Band and Christminster Singers, the Rt Rev Roy Williamson and the Morriston Orpheus Choir. A Bryan Izzard production for BBCtv
Comedy series by Roy Clarke. The Empire That Foggy Nearly Built. When Foggy decides to go big in the car-parking business, all he needs are some spaces and a couple of helpers.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Rerun of Bob Larbey 's romantic comedy.
When a chance meeting results in an invitation to stay with her sister-in-law, Jean convinces Lionel that he ought to accompany her.
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby Executive producer Philip Jones A Theatre ofComedy/D L Taffner production for BBCtv
Jenny's parents visit Corriebeg for the first time and Alec gets on better terms with his father-in-law.
Episode written by Catherine Czerkawska Producer Leonard White
Director David Andrews
Macrae of Balbuie:
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Concluding the new two-part crime story, adapted by John Harvey from his own novel and starring Tom Wilkinson
Resnick continues his hunt for the two unorthodox burglars, Grice and Grabianski. Grice's interest in getting rid of the cocaine stolen from TV director
Harold Roy is matched only by Grabianski's interest in retaining the affections of Roy's wife.
Producer Colin Rogers Director Peter Smith
A Deco production for BBCtv
(The first Resnick story, Lonely Hearts, is repeated in two parts from next Sunday)
DI Charlie Resnick:
DS Graham Millington:
DC Mark Divine:
DC Kevin Nicholls:
DC Lynn Kellogg:
DC Dipak Patel:
Supt Jack Skelton:
Dl Jeff Harrison:
DI Norman Mann:
Since her draughty caravan trailer was blown away in a gale, Irene Gibson has had to move from under the shadow of Ireland's holy mountain, Croagh Patrick. Irene is a hermit. Now she lives in a cottage, but plans tobuildaseriesofcellsfor fellow hermits. It is an extraordinary plan for the late 20th century, a life of frugality, solitude and prayer, of sharing "the loneliness of Christ" in a remote corner of County Mayo. Six years ago, as Sister Irene , she left the Benedictine monastery where she was a nun. She says, "You can't survive in solitude if you're running away from people, because solitude is communion.... people are with you in prayer and in your heart." Producer Tamasin Day-Lewis Editor John Blake
A Day-Lewis production for BBCtv
The series on Britain's last steam railways revisits the holiday line from Waterloo to Exmouth, once travelled by the "Ace", the Atlantic Coast Express. Producer Brian Hawkins
England v Australia
Highlights of the fourth day's play from Headingley.
Dr Chris Kitchin joins Patrick Moore to explain what the so-called planetary nebulae are. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
Pathways to Care: "Taking
Risks: It's My Choice"