Presented by Andrew Harvey and Sally Magnusson.
With Zoe Ball.
Playground Stop. Rpt
Including 10.40 Problem-solving with Will Hanrahan 10.45 Needlecraft 11.00 News Subtitled; Regional News; Weather 11.10 Star Guest of the Day 11.20 Touch of Love
11.30 Patric Walker 's Video Horoscope
11.40 Obsessions 11.50 Phone-In 12.00 News Subtitled; Regional News; Weather
Veteran broadcaster Charlie Chester is Judi Spiers 's guest today.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
European quiz, with Henry Kelly.
Old Fashioned Murder. A woman plans murder when her brother threatens to close down the family-owned museum. With Peter Falk and Joyce Van Patten.
With Toby Anstis.
Live action cartoon starring Kate Copstick.
Written by Roy Apps
A 12-part sci-fi comedy thriller.
7: Sean is concerned with a life-and-death matter, while Watt finds out about money.
Written by Pip and Jane Baker
Children's documentary series. The Exchange. The children of Rotherham in South Yorkshire and Gorlovka in the Ukraine are bound by a common industrial culture - coal-mining. This intimate "fly-on-the-wall" film follows the British teenagers as they embark on an exchange visit to their twin town in the former Soviet Union - a trip that's full of surprises.
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Gaby is alarmed by Wayne's aggressive behaviour.
With Moira Stuart and Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
Comedy series starring Chris Barrie
An Inspector Calls. The leisure centre is due a visit from a council inspector, but a loose pigeon has everyone in a flap.
Written by Richard Feegen and Andrew Norriss Director/Producer Mike Stephens
Michelle and Sharon try to pick up the pieces after their encounter with Dougie.
Written by Susan Boyd
(For cast see Thursday)
It seems that the public really wanted to know How Do They Do That?
Not only has the programme been watched by between 10 and 11 million people each week but thousands of viewers wrote in with suggestions for future items. Producer John Longley
says: "We have received enough ideas from the public to make several series - although we've also got a few ideasofourown."
Desmond Lynam and Jenny Hull reveal the tricks of the trade for the last time in this series. However, there are plans - as well as enough ideas - for a new series to be broadcast next year. ProducerGill Stribling-Wright Executive producer Alan Boyd
A RegGrundy/Telepictures production for
Anne Robinson presents viewers' opinions on BBC programmes. This week the people of Jersey air their views. Producer Bernard Newnham
WRITE TO: Points of View, BBCtv Centre, London W 12 7RJ: or phone or fax on: [number removed].
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Penny Tranter
More classic comedy from the first series starring
Hyacinth is looking forward to soaking up a little culture at her favourite stately home, but not all goes to plan.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Harold Snoad
Debbie Horsfield 's six-part comedy of class conflict featuring the Belcher and Tundish families.
2: Pet and Alister finally prepare to leave for Italy, while Joanna is not the only one to fall pregnant at Tundish Hall.
Producer Liz Trubridge Director Rick Stroud
Sir John Betjeman
In the week that a collection of Sir John Betjeman's letters is published, this documentary reflects on one of our most popular and engaging poets.
Betjeman's poetry was accessible: it told of suburban correctness and indiscretions, urban loneliness and sadness and he made many films for the BBC which he felt were poems in their way, too.
This portrait includes extracts from his much-loved Metro/and, comments from some of his admirers such as Professor Malcolm Bradbury and Barry Humphries , as well as a sprinkling of classic Betjeman quotes ("I've always admired people who were taller than myself. I like freckles, turned-up noses, wide-apart grey-blue eyes and locks thrown loosely back, and sulky lips and a hint of latent power.").
There are some rare insights, too, from Lady (Mary) Wilson and Betjeman's daughter, Candida Lycett-Green , who puts the record straight on some of the myths that have built up around him. This programme launches a brief Betjeman season, starting on Saturday afternoon with the seven-part series Time with Betjeman. Director Rick Stroud
Series editor Nigel Williams
Drama starring Peter Finch
A dramatic re-creation of the two trials which saw Wilde jailed for his homosexuality.
Director Ken Hughes (1960)
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Sir Edward Carson:
Sir Edward Clarke:
Lord Alfred Douglas:
Marquis of Queensberry:
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