With Philippa Forrester.
Nature series. Rpt Stereo
Today: The Patch Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the Sunday papers with his guests.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8. 15am and
A series looking at how people of different religions respond to each other.
Story of a Community. Sikh and Christian, Muslim and Hindu come together for an inter-faith celebration in Manchester.
A look at the influence of saints and scholars. Today: the writings of a 14th-century hermit.
The second of three chat shows from the Silent Network in Texas. With signing and subtitles.
Sir Paul Deverill meets his match when he meets a passionate gypsy.
Director Joseph Losey (1958)
SEE FILMS pages 43-48
John Hammond reports on a party of exiles who recently returned to Latvia for the first time in nearly 50 years.
With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55pm.
The Hendersons become the target of harassment.
One for the Books
An elderly college janitor amazes himself, his wife and the scientific community.
Omnibus edition. Can Arthur save his marriage?
Swashbuckling adventure starring Stewart Granger, shown as a tribute to the actor who died last month.
French nobleman Andre Moreau is determined to avenge his friend's death at the hand of master duellist - the Marquis de Maynes.
(See Films pages 43-48)
Aline de Gavrillac:
Noel, Marquis de Maynes:
Gavin Campbell finds out how to deal with a child who may have taken poison. With paramedic Muriel Abbott. A Diverse production for BBCtv
FREE: a poster and booklet is available to accompany the series. Write to BBC
Education, PO Box 7, London W 12 7TS.
Viewers voice their concerns about BBCtv programmes. With Sue Lawley.
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Jealousy. Meet Nanny Smith, a 71-year-old professional nanny with answers to today's parental problems. With over 50 years of experience in the nursery, she visits families across Britain to help them deal with everything from teething to temper tantrums. This week she tackles jealousy between brothers and sisters.
Four-year-old Hal [text removed] is biting his new "rival", baby brother Charlie. Can
Series producer Pat Holland
Executive producer Nikki Cheetham
BBC BOOK: Nanny Knows Best, L 12.99, from booksellers.
Expert advice on the art of childcare
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With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Thank You for the Music. Two thousand singers, the choirs of 150 churches and the New English Orchestra welcome the return of Songs of Praise with a musical feast. Shoppers and shop-workers join the congregation in the Meadowhall Oasis in Sheffield to raise the roof in joyful celebration. Pam Rhodes and Alan Titchmarsh look at the magic and majesty that music brings to worship, with the help of the Sheffield Celebration Choir, the Duke Street and Shi Loh Gospel Choirs and the award-winning Bolstertone Male Voice Choir.
Plans to buy a small weekend retreat in the country take an unexpected turn.
Written by Roy Clarke
Producer/Director Harold Snoad
Who Is the Fairest? Is it time for Lovejoy to make an honest woman of Jane, or has someone got there before him? Eric blames the evil-eye mirror for the major emotional upheaval that enters all their lives.
Episode written by Jeremy Paul
Producer Jo Wright ; Director Baz Taylor
Lady Jane Felsham:
Lord Alexander Felsham:
Mrs De Vere Hunt:
It's an explosive time in Chigwell, with upheavals for Sharon, Tracey and Dorien.
Episode written by Gary Lawson and John Phelps
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Starring Alec Guinness, Lauren Bacall, Leo McKern, Jeanne Moreau
This nostalgic comedy was written especially for Guinness by Roy Clarke, better known for successful series like Last of theSummer Wine and Keeping Up Appearances. Cyril takes Amos to France to visit the grave of their wartime buddy Briggsy. While in Normandy they encounter Waldo, an American D-day veteran. Cyril and Waldo are determined to find their old girlfriend from 50 years before. Also in their party is the mysterious Lisa, whose secret is revealed only at the end of their journey.
Andrew Duncan meets two movie greats SEE FEATURE page 24
The haunting music of Evensong has the power to move believers and non-believers alike. Dame
Betty Ridley is 84, and she has been going to Evensong since she was a child. This elegiac film weaves Stanford's
Magnificat and Howells's Nunc Dimittis with reminiscences and reflections on her faith.
Producer David Willcock
Series editor John Blake
- Drama starring
Shortly after two undercover police officers spot a getaway car shots ring out and a man is dead. A bitter courtroom battle ensues when a Boston attorney fights to clear the name of the police's innocent victim.
Director Michael Miller (1986)
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Lawrence O'Donnell Sr: