David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers with his guests.
Series editor Barney Jones
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Mike Wooldridge asks what impact the Parliament of the World's Religions Conference might have on resolving world conflict. Last in the series.
Graham Young travels to Liverpool to meet local poet Stewart Henderson.
With guests deaf percussionist Evelyn Glennie and Maggie Wooley , director of the disability arts organisation Shape. With signing and subtitles.
The series for people who run their own businesses. Today: building a network. A Diverse/Lauderdale production for BBCtv
Documentary series. A carefully preserved lock of Napoleon Bonaparte s hair was found to contain arsenic .Had there really been a murder?
David Bellamy explores some exotic herbal traditions. Last in the series.
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.
Omnibus edition. Frank causes chaos in the Butcher household.
Disaster movie starring CharltonHeston Karen Black
A stewardess has to fly a crippled
Boeing 747 after the crew are either injured or killed in a mid-air collision. With George Kennedy , Gloria Swanson ,
Helen Reddy , Dana Andrews , Myrna Loy and EfremZimbalistJr.
Director Jack Smight (1974)
Viewers' voice their criticisms and concerns about BBCtv programmes. With Sue Lawley.
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
With three weeks to Children in Need, Noel Edmonds shows how some of the money raised last year is helping deaf and hearing children to overcome communication difficulties - and explains how to enjoy parts of this year's appeal in 3-D.
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Is there style after 50? Senior citizens of Frinton take to the catwalk to show that older people need not be old fashioned. Withjeff Banks, Caryn Franklin ,
Brenda Emmanus and Vanessa Scott.
Producer Colette Foster
Executive producer Roger CasstJes
With Jennie Bond.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Tonight, AlanTitchmarsh discovers the Christian heart of the Cotswolds. Dear Lord and Father of Mankind and The Day Thou Cavest Lord are among traditional hymns sung by Bob Arnold , who plays Tom Forrest of The Archers, with generations of villagers in 12th-century Burford parish church. Producer Simon Hammond Editor Helen Alexander
Too much home brew after Ernie Mordue's funeral leaves Compo and Foggy with a bad hangover and Clegg with a good woman.
Written by Roy Clarke
Romance is in the air between
Lovejoy and Charlotte.
Episode written by Jeremy Paul
Producer Jo Wright ; Director Gordon Flemyng
A mystery payment leads
Tracey, Sharon and Dorien on a voyage of discovery.
Episode written by Peter Tilbury
Director/Producer Charlie Hanson An Alomo production for BBCtv
With John Humphrys.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
In the second of the three episodes bringing Stendhal's vast chronicle of life in 19th-century France to the screen, young Julien Sorel has opted for the "black", the church, as a more suitable road to power than the "scarlet" of the army.
He Is now at the seminary at
Besancon, initially believing that he has been abandoned by his lover Madame de Renal, but In fact her letters have been intercepted. After a last night with her he makes his way to Paris, thanks to the efforts of the Abb6 Pirard , who has secured him a job as secretary to a Marquis. As Pirard observes: "There is little hope of advancement for men like us without the patronage of the great nobles."
Producer Rosalind Wolfes ; Director Ben Bolt
Madame de Renal:
AbbÃ© de Frilair:
Marquis de la Mole:
Marquise de la Mole:
Bishop of Agde:
Disputes between neighbours are on the increase. They often end in violence.... and in a court of law. Tonight's programme looks at an organisation called Bristol
Mediation, a voluntary group which aims to resolve disputes without resort to conflict or the law. Inspired by Quakerism, mediators hope to bring the parties together to talk. But can they succeed where emotions are running high? Producer Krishna Govender Series editor John Blake
Six plays being shown again to mark the 7 5th anniversary of women's fight for equality from 1886 to 1918.
Outrage. The campaign grows: suffragettes destroy property and Emily Wilding Davison becomes a martyr to the cause.
Written by Hugh Whitemore Producer Verity Lambert
Director Moira Armstrong Rpt