Another chance to watch last night's televised action. Stereo
Today, David Frost interviews Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd. Series editor Barney Jones
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8. 1 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
How Vancouver coped with the arrival of 3,000 disabled conference delegates. A Pnmedia production for BBCtv
An interview with a group of deaf men who played an important role in the war. With signing and subtitles.
Her Majesty the Queen and other members of the Royal
Family lead the tributes to the country's war dead in the annual service of remembrance from the Cenotaph in London.
Eric Robson describes the scene as men and women from all walks of life gather in Whitehall. A short act of worship is followed by the two-minute silence and march past by ex-servicemen and women. TV presentation Peter Hylton-Cleaver Producer Ian Smith
Poems for Remembrance Sunday.
More at 12.15am. Stereo
Rerun of the six-part series first shown in 1991. Today, David Bellamy looks at the importance of carbon.
John Craven introduces the final of the Radio Times/CountryFile Photo 93 Competition. Viewers can phone in with their vote and the result will be announced by Radio Times editor Nicholas Brett. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
How to cast your vote in the Radio
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Analysis of the week's political events with John Humphrys.
Omnibus edition. Kathy wants to know who Phil's mystery woman is.
Comedy western starring Burt Reynolds
Sam Whiskey is offered$20,000 to retrieve stolen gold bars lying at the bottom of a deep river.
Director Arnold Laven (1969) Subtitled
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-51
The work of Bugs Bunny creator
Chuck Jones. Subtitled
Simon Mayo shows how young gamblers have been helped by last year's fundraising.
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Featuring today a video diary on New York fashion week; six brides-to-be who present their own "video dowries"; and why Asian girls haven't made an impact on the catwalk. Producer Colette Foster
Executive producer Roger Casstles
The first series of adaptations from Mary Norton 's classic children's stories swept the board at the Bafta (best children's series, best photography)and Royal Television Society (best children's drama) awards this year. The new six-part series is adapted by Richard Carpenter from two of Norton's sequels, The Borrowers A float and The
The Clock family - Pod, Homily and Arrietty - make a new home for themselves with their relatives Uncle Hendreary, Aunt Lupy and Eggletina.
Producer Grainne Marmion
Director John Henderson
A Working Title production for BBCtv
It's a small world - behind the scenes with the Borrowers
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
For Remembrance Sunday.
Tonight, Alan Titchmarsh goes to Warrington and meets people who believe that at the heart of their community is a desire to build bridges of reconciliation. Hymns include 0 God Our Help in Ages Past, Abide with Me and Make Me a Channel of Your Peace. Producer Maurice Maguire Editor Helen Alexander
Clegg is given the task of buying a present for Howard's lady friend. With Bill Owen , Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde , Jane Freeman , Kathy Staff , Thora Hird ,
Jean Alexander and Jean Fergusson. Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
When the fair comes to town it seems a perfect time for
Lovejoy to invite Charlotte out for a romantic evening. Jimmy Jewel appears as Boswell the fairground owner.
Episode written by Gawn Grainger
Producer Jo Wright ; Director Ken Horn
Det Sgt Pulver:
The police want to use Tracey and Sharon's home for a surveillance operation. With Pauline Quirke , Linda Robson ,
Lesley Joseph , Matthew Savage , Alun Lewis and Peter Polycarpou. Episode written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran
DirectorTerry Kinane ; Producer Charlie Hanson An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
The final part of Stendhal's classic novel.
Starring Ewan McGregor To conquer the heart of a woman a military campaign is needed. Julien goes into battle determined to win at all costs.
Dramatised by Stephen Lowe
Producer Rosalind Wolfes ; Director Ben Bolt
Marquis de la Mole:
Comte de Croisenois:
Marquise de la Mole:
Madame de Fervaques:
Comte de Beauvoisis:
AbbÃ© de Frilair:
Madame de Renal:
Good Enough to Eat?
Why do young women, and sometimes men, become obsessed by the fear of putting on weight? With past and present patients, a specialist in eating disorders explores the painful struggle of those for whom fat is the ultimate enemy. Producer Angela Tilby
Series editor John Blake
The last of six plays being shown again to mark the 75th anniversary of women's enfranchisement.
Sylvia Pankhurst. 1914: war begins, and women still do not have the vote. With Angela Down , Georgia Brown and Sian Phillips.
Written by Ken Taylor ; Producer Verity Lambert Director Waris Hussein Rpt
Actress Geraldine James leads a meditation for Remembrance
Sunday through the writings of First World War poets. Producer John Kirby
Patrick Moore looks at Taunton
School's radio telescope. Producer Pieter Morpurgo