Today's programme comes from Cyprus where the Commonwealth heads of government meeting is taking Place. Among the guests are Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe. Producer Barney Jones
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; Plus weather forecasts
Nick Scott , Buddhist and ecologist, takes people on walks in remote parts of Northumberland and through meditation unites them with nature.
Londonderry's Two Cathedrals
Festival is a musical extravaganza both sacred and secular. Today, Judy Merry joins some of those involved and talks about the Festival's significance in uniting the community. Stereo
From tomorrow, BBC2's Breakfast News bulletin will be signed. Today's
Programme looks at the background to this new development for deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers. With signing and subtitles.
Live coverage from this morning's play in the 30th World Matchplay
Championship from Wentworth. Introduced by Steve Rider.
(Coverage continues at 2.30pm on BBC2)
A series on herbal medicine. Today: floral pharmacy. With David Bellamy.
An ArK production for BBCtv Rpt Subtitled
With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
Analysis of the week's political events with John Humphrys.
Pat and Frank have family trouble, and Sharon loses a link with her past.
Science-fiction adventure, starring Bruce Dem Cliff Potts
There's rebellion on a space station in the year 2001 when a team of botanists are told to return to a devastated earth.
Director Douglas Trumbull (1971)
The latest developments on four wheels with the Top Gear team at
Earls Court. Stereo
With five weeks to the Children in Need Appeal, Pauline Quirke and Linda Robson visit a project viewers helped to fund. PUDSEY INFORMATION LINE: 0[number removed] (calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p per minute at all othertimes - likely length two-and-a-half minutes)
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Naomi Campbell, Chris Eubank and Joely Richardson present the fashion industry's annual awards. Will Rifat Ozbek retain his crown as Designer of the Year? There are awards for the new generation of British designers, as well as categories for knitwear, accessories, glamour and design for the high street. With Jeff Banks, Caryn Franklin, Brenda Emmanus and Vanessa Scott.
Producer Colette Foster
Executive producer Roger Casstles
Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
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With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
From the Pare and Dare Hall in Treorchy. Alan Titchmarsh and Pam Rhodes visit the Rhondda Valley as a thousand Welsh voices gather to celebrate the male choir tradition. The link between these choirs and Paul Robeson , Richard Burton and a Hollywood musical is also explored. The music includes Gwahoddiad, 0 the Deep Deep Love of Jesus (Ebenezer), Steal Away, Llanfair and When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (MorteCriste).
Producer AlunGibbard; Editor Helen Alexander
Foggy devises an assault course to bring Compo up to the physical standard of Rudolph Valentino, but Clegg can't see why he should join in. Written by Roy Clarke
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When Charlotte asks Lovejoy to help her value the contents of a private nursing home it seems straightforward enough - until there is an attempt on Lovejoy's life.
Episode written by T.R. Bowen
Dorien's efforts at mind control cause mayhem.
Episode written by Richard Preddy and Gary Howe
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
David Jason brings a master's touch and Immaculate Scouse accent to this comic account of gold fever in wartime Liverpool by Jim Hitchmough , creator of the comedy series Watching.
In May 1940, just before
Dunkirk, the governors of the Bank of England decided that the nation's bullion would be safer in the vaults of Martin's
Bank in Liverpool. How easy It would have been for the gang of dockers who unloaded the cargo at Liverpool to "sample" the wares....
Jason (as dockers' leader
Billy Mac ) is joined by Gorden Kaye , veteran of 'Allo 'Allo!, and Tim Pigott-Smith (The Chief) as a dodgy dealer who tempts the bullion boys from the straight and narrow.
Producer/Director Christopher Morahan
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Minds and Hearts
This last programme of the series looks at whether people with a mental handicap should have unrestrained sexual freedom. With many more now living in the community, the opportunity for sexual relations is increased. But this can lead to problems with contraception and caring for children. Joan Bakewell asks whether society has the right to intervene in such relationships. Producer Mike Mitchell
Series producer Michael Waterhouse
A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv
Highlights of today's final from Brighton. Introduced by Barry Davies.
A TWI production for BBCtv
Highlights from today's final of the World Matchplay
Championship from Wentworth, Surrey. Introduced by Steve Rider.