With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
Peter Lilley , Secretary of State for
Social Security, talks to David Frost. Series editor Barney Jones
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Sister Una Kroll , sculptor
Edward Robinson and Rabbi Lionel Blue talk about their personal spiritual journeys.
The journey ends on the island of Iona.
With Philippa Forrester and Ratz.
Drawing game with Bill Tidy.
The last of the children's videos: a look at unseen Brighton.
The language series visits Florence.
With Anna Mazzotti.
A look at the week's news in depth, presented by Jeff McWhinney. With signing and subtitles.
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
Analysis of the week's political events with John Humphrys.
Omnibus edition. Steve looks forward to Hattie's return.
- Audie Murphy
When his father and brother are murdered, Clay O'Mara demands a deputy's badge, unaware that the sheriff is the leader of the gang responsible. With Dan Duryea and Susan Cabot.
DirectorJesse Hibbs (1954)
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Viewers air their concerns about BBC programmes. With Sue Lawley. A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
A report from Barbados on the new looks for spring and summer. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin , Brenda Emmanus and Vanessa Scott.
The Roadshow travels to the Irish city of Cork, where unexpected treasures include a Belleek pottery basket bought for 91.00 in a shop in Limerick, a Regency sofa, a rare tapestry found in a junk shop, and some 19th-century clockwork clowns. With Hugh Scully. Producer Christopher Lewis
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather Michael Fish
In tonight's programme from Tenerife in the Canaries, Pam Rhodes discovers how both islanders and holidaymakers come closer to God. Among the favourite hymns being sung on the beach at Playa de las Americas are Dear Lord and Father of Mankind, To God Be the Glory and Rejoice Rejoice! Producer Simon Hammond Editor Helen Alexander
While Jean hunts for a manager to run the new agency, Lionel writes an outline for an American mini-series based on their own romance.
Written by Bob Larbey
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Executive producer Philip Jones
A Theatre of Comedy/D L Taffner UK Ltd production for BBCtv
The excitement surrounding the fashion house's venture into ready-to-wear clothing is shattered when Joseph makes a chance discovery.
Episode written by Ginnie Hole Producer Jeremy Gwilt Director June Howson
MUSIC: forthe soundtrack, available on cassette at £7.99 or CD atf 9.99 (plus L 1.50 postageand packing), phone 0[number removed].
The woman with designs on the Eliott girls
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Viewers who have been enjoying the Only Fools repeats on Friday evenings get a double helping of Trotter nostalgia this week.
Rodney Come Home, the Christmas special, is being shown as a quick update to Del and Rodney's exploits before the next series of repeats begins on Friday at 8.00pm.
While Del is feeling "dead cushty" with Raquel who has moved into Nelson Mandela
House, Rodney is less pleased with career-minded Cassandra, who is spending more time at the bank than at home. Big brother Del decides to help.
Written by John Sullivan
Director Tony Dow : Producer Gareth Gwenlan
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
Following on from The Family Show in January, Nick Ross now draws on his phone-in expertise, inviting viewers to share in a live debate on the changing nature of family life in Britain in this
International Year of the Family.
"We're experimenting with how a phone-in can work on TV," says Ross, who presents Call Nick Ross on Radio 4. "We're exploiting the available technology, using high-capacity telephone lines that can carry video images as well as sound."
Pre-selected callers will have tiny cameras installed in their homes; others will come straight through to the studio by conventional phone lines.
Men, whose role in the family has been transformed by the increasing numbers of women going outto work, are under the spotlight. What should be their role in the family? Isn't it time they became equal partners and parents at home? The phone lines will be open from 7.00pm, so make your contribution on 081-8118181. Producer Richard Woolfe DIRECTORY: for information on organisations helpingfamilies, send a standard envelope stamped with 38p to: Directory, PO Box 9494, London W 1 2 7ZZ.
Four-year-old Josie was one of 60 children sexually abused by nursery nurse Jason Dabbs. Should men now be banned from nursery care? Joan Bakewell talks to Josie's mother and the child-protection experts. Producer Alison Turner
Series producer Michael Waterhouse
A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv TRANSCRIPT: send cheque/PO for £2.00, payable to BSS, to [address removed]
Thriller starring Bryan Brown
A sardonic Australian private eye is hired to find a crooked businessman, a quest that takes him from Sydney's high life into a world of corruption and crime.
Director Chris Thomson (1985)
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