Prime Minister John Major is David Frost 's guest as the morning series launches into its second year.
Series editor Barney Jones
Executiveeditor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
A series of programmes looking at mystical experiences.
A six-part journey through the Highlands towards one of Scotland's most holy places.
This week, an invited audience discusses the future of the deaf community. With signing and subtitles.
First of three programmes about working in Europe. Today, teaching
A gastronomic journey through Spain. Today: the Basque country.
A series on family life. Presented by Gloria Hunniford and Caron Keating.
The environmental problems posed by UK airport expansion. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
Analysis of the week's political events with John Humphrys.
Omnibus edition. Will Arthur finally win back Pauline? Stereo
Sheffield United v Manchester United
Live coverage of this year's
FA Cup begins with this third-round tie. Sheffield United beat Manchester United 2-1 in the fifth round last year, but were convincingly beaten 3-0 when the sides met at Bramall Lane last month in the Premiership. With Jimmy Hill and Alan Hansen.
(More cup action in Match of the Day tomorrowat
Second of a six-part drama set in 1907. Chrissie gets a job with the eccentric film maker Frank Sheringham.
Based on a novel by Elsie McCutcheon
A Red Rooster production for BBCtv
Today's edition visits
Barrow-in-Furness where the experts see a magnetic globe, rare Buddhist bronzes from the Himalayas and a serving table which might have been made by Thomas Chippendale.
Presented by Hugh Scully. Producer Christopher Lewis
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With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
From Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland. Pam Rhodes looks at the town's history, joins a medieval banquet for schoolchildren and discovers how Christian faith is enabling modem-day Carrickfergus to adapt and renew itself in a world of change. Hymns include: At the Name of Jesus,
Will Your Anchor Hold, BeNot Afraidand Brightest and Best. Producer Maurice Maguire Editor Helen Alexander
After two series of "will-they-won't-they"
_ suspense, Jean Pargetter and Lionel Hardcastle are finally committed to a relationship that blossomed after a 38-year separation.
"I hope it gives people hope without being unrealistic," says Geoffrey Palmer , who plays old colonial Lionel. "Let's face it, any fellow of my age who's on his own might look at Judi Dench and fancy getting together with her. I think we' ve avoided the pitfalls of romantic fantasy; the characters are very defensive, they can be cantankerous and intolerant, just as I really am."
Written by Bob Larbey ; Producer Sydney Lotterby Executive producer Philip Jones
A Theatre of Comedy/D L Taffner UK Ltd productionforBBCtv Stereo
Period fashion-house drama starring Stella Gonet Louise Lombard
Evie is astonished when her sister proposes tojoinforces with another designer.
Episode written by Deborah Cook Producer Jeremy Gwilt Director Graeme Harper
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Comedy series about the Rokeby family and their genial Jewish ghost Yetta. Starring Miriam Karlin
Tessa Peake-Jones George Costigan
The Rokeby's have their new lives all planned out - but the best laid plans....
Written by Paul A Mendelson Director Sylvie Boden
Producer Sharon Bloom
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
FILM Romantic comedy I starring
Billy Crystal , Meg Ryan "Men and women can't be friends. The sex part always gets in the way." This is
Harry's philosophy on life.
Sally doesn't agree with him about this or anything else. But as the mis-matched couple repeatedly encounter each other over the next few years, each has occasion to change their views. Could this be the start of a beautiful friendship?
Director Rob Reiner (1989)
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An award-winning documentary in which eight
Oxfam volunteers go on a tour of north-west India to discover how the money they raise in the UK is spent. Shocked and humbled by what they see, it leads them to question the western view of charity.
Producers Peter Armstrong , Anuradha Vittachi Series editor John Blake
A Word Pictures production for BBCtv
I The first of three films on the disability charity industry.
Tonight's programme looks at advertising - the impact it has and the perceptions it creates about disabled people.
Producers David Hevey and Sian Vasey Editor Martin Hale
A Criptic production for BBCtv
Auriga is one of the most prominent of all the constellations of the northern sky. Patrick Moore explains what can be seen there.