With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
The story of Noah. Rpt
Today: the Playground Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews news makers.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8. 15 and 9.00 News and Weather
Gabby and Colin got married in July. She is Jewish, he Christian.
Noel Battye visits Bristol and the oldest Methodist chapel in the world.
Today, a a report on the Festival of Deaf Culture. With signing and subtitles.
For people who run their own businesses. What do cars and cockroaches have in common?
The series returns with advice for older people on finding work.
Stories about the history of measurement. Today: shoe sizes. A Windfall Films production for BBCtv
The do-it-yourself science programme.
With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55pm. Stereo
Analysis of the week's political events with John Humphrys.
Thriller set in 1939 Bavaria. A British nanny goes missing during a train journey back to
England. An American heiress she has befriended tries to solve the mystery.
Director Anthony Page (1979) Subtitled
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Gavin Campbell finds out how to deal with fractures. Last in the series.
A Diverse production for BBCtv Subtitled
Tony Robinson takes a look at violence in cartoons. subtitled
What can we do if our children turn into little monsters?
Nanny Smith is on hand to help. Series producer Pat Holland
Executive producer Nikki Cheetham
Britain's navy once depended on a cloth made from the cannabis plant, which was later declared illegal. Now it's poised to make a triumphant comeback as a natural fibre.
There's also a look at one of this autumn's fashion hits, the long cardigan. Presented by Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Executive producer Roger Casstles
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Pam Rhodes reveals the romantic story of St Margaret, Queen of Scotland, and joins the people of Dunfermline as they celebrate the 900th anniversary of the woman who transformed the religious and political life of her country.
Today's hymns include: King of Glory, Kingof Peace, Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent and Christ Is Made the Sure
Producer Stuart Miller ; Editor Helen Alexander
Thinking small doesn't come easy to Hyacinth - just as Richard feared.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Harold Snoad
When Charlotte's boyfriend arrives from New York and asks her to move to Paris,
Lovejoy has to prove to her that Suffolk has its own charms.
Episode written by Douglas Watkinson
Producer Jo Wright ; Director Nick Laughland
Dorien's husband Marcus - played by Nickolas Grace - makes a rare appearance in tonight's episode. But even when he disappears Sharon and Tracey aren't too worried - until Dorien starts digging up the garden.
Episode written by Tony Millan and Mike Walling Director Terry Kinane
Producer Charlie Hanson
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Inspired by the real-life case of four nurses in Austria who were tried for the murder of 42 patients in their care, this chilling drama stars comedian Dawn French in her first serious role, as an apparently irreproachable carer.
It is written by Lucy Gannon (Peak Practice and Soldier, Soldier), herself a former night nurse. "When we look for outward signs of evil or madness, we are playing the innocent fool. The worst murderer in the world can appear to be the most benevolent, mild, ordinary creature," says Gannon, whose additional drama credits include Testimony of a Child and Keeping Tom Nice.
A strong supporting cast includes Joan Sims, Rosemary Leach, Gemma Jones, and "Kilroy" as himself.
Night nurse Elaine Dobbs may be overworked and underpaid, but she has created a very special atmosphere in her ward and is extremely attentive to her patients. However, rather too many of them are dying.
Producer Louise Panton ; Director Dewi Humphreys
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Some clergymen believe it is wrong to give money to beggars, others that it is our duty. The Bible, of course, encourages generosity, but what of fraudulent beggars on the streets? Heart of the Matter talks to clergy with radically opposed opinions and Joan Bakewell spends a day on the streets with a beggar and meets the priest who occasionally buys a drink for down-and-outs. Producer Nick Stuart
Series producer Michael Waterhouse
A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv
Six plays being shown to mark the 75th anniversary of the first gaining of the parliamentary vote by women. First shown in 1974, each tells a story about women's fight for equality from 1886 to 1918. ThePankhursts
1898: Dr and Mrs Pankhurst and their four children live comfortably in Manchester.
However, in that year an event occurs which will radically change all their lives.
Written by Ken Taylor
Producer Verity Lambert
Director Waris Hussein Rpt