With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers. Series editor Barney Jones
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Today's service for Lent comes from St Mary's Church, Beverley.
The series for people who are deaf or hard of hearing looks at jury service. With signing and subtitles.
The language series visits Portovenere. With Anna Mazzotti.
A secretary's role in today's workplace.
How to cope if your child has an accident. Rpt
A series on family life. With Gloria Hunniford and Caron Keating.
Countryside stories, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
The first of the comedy film series starring Peter Sellers
Inspector Clouseau , the over-zealous and utterly incompetent gendarme, tries to unmask a master crook. With David Niven , Robert Wagner , Capucine, Claudia Cardinale and John Le Mesurier.
Director Blake Edwards (1964)
Featuring sunglasses from the 50s and hats for the 90s. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
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Terry Wogan introduces another two songs from the shortlist.
(Another two songs can be heard on Friday at 8. 50pm)
As part of an exhibition on the theme of homes and antiques, the Roadshow visits Olympia, where the discoveries include a pistol from the reign of James II, a rare 17th-century powder flask, a gold snuff box, and a Rex Whistler etching. With
Hugh Scully , who sets the last question in the tea competition. Producer Christopher Lewis
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Tonight's programme comes from the parish church in Headington Quarry, Oxford, where writer C S Lewis worshipped. The congregation is joined by Richard Atten borough, director of the new film Shadowlands, about the love affair between Lewis and his wife Joy, and Alan Titchmarsh talks to the film's stars, Anthony Hopkins and Debra Winger. The music includes: Holy, Holy, Holy; Through All the Changing Scenes of Life-, 0 Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go; and Be Thou My Vision.
Producer John Forrest ; Editor Helen Alexander
In the last of the current series, Lionel's father Rocky and his new wife Madge end their honeymoon in hospital.
Written by Bob Larbey ;Producer Sydney Lotterby Executive producer Philip Jones
A Theatre of Comedy/D L Taffner UK Ltd production for BBCtv
The last bead has been stitched into place; the hems have all been taken up; and the models are waiting backstage. Bea and Evie are presenting their last ever collection tonight. Despite viewing figures of 9% million for each episode, there are no plans to make another series - nor even a Christmas special - of The House of Eliott.
Louise Lombard has gone to
America to launch her movie career; and Stella Gonet , happily growing her hair out of its 1920s-style bob, has started rehearsals with the Royal Shakespeare
Company In Stratford.
In this final episode the day of Jack's by-election arrives, and a proposal from Miles's wealthy father threatens to split the House of Eliott apart.
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Director Jeremy Silberston
Lady Maude Westlake:
Blockbuster comedy, starring
Arnold Schwarzenegger Danny DeVito
Separated at birth after a genetic experiment, gentle giant Julius Benedict seeks his twin, only to find the devious Vincent in a whole lot of trouble. The mismatched siblings set out on a cross-country quest to unravel their parentage, only to get tangled up in further misadventures. Look out for David Caruso from police drama NYPD Blue. Julius Benedict. ... ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER
Director Ivan Reitman (1988)
With John Humphrys.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Clive James comments on world news, this week with the help of comedian Paul Merton. He is also joined by another funny man, Billy Connolly. Executive producer Richard Drewett Series producer Beatrice Ballard
The European Commission may shortly deliver a ruling which could force the British
Government to reconsider its law on blasphemy. In the last programme in the current series, Joan Bakewell asks if the law should be extended to protect the feelings of members of faiths other than
Christianity, or whether religious beliefs should be treated exactly like political convictions and stripped of legal protection altogether. ProducerMike Mitchell
Series producer Michael Waterhouse A Roger Botton production for BBCtv
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The series about job-hunting in Europe visits Marseilles and Provence for a look at holiday work, teaching English, and jobs in hotel and catering.
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Return to the Moon. Patrick
Moore and Drjohn Mason report on the American lunar probe Clementine.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo