With Nicholas Witchell and Sally Magnusson.
(See Monday for details;
After 342 years of minority white rule, the final and most symbolic act of the first multi-racial elections in South Africa takes place in Pretoria this morning. This live coverage of the swearing in of Nelson Mandela as President of his country is presented by David Dimbleby from the Union Buildings in the country's capital - until now, the very symbol of white power.
An interview with Lucy M Boston, author of a series of children's books, which are set in a house called
Green Knowe. With Frank Delaney.
Further live coverage of today's Cup matches. Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jack Bannister. Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
With Toby Anstis.
Live action cartoon with Kate Copstick andjo Kendall.
Written by Roy Apps
A 12-part sci-fi comedy thriller.
11: The Ruddock's peace is threatened. Wntten by Pip and Jane Baker
(Final part and cast on Thursday at 4.20pm)
Last in the children's documentary series. Sam. A poignant profile of 10-year-old Sameer [text removed] , a bright, intelligent boy with cerebral palsy, unable to talk and confined to a wheelchair, who is now able to speak, thanks to a new machine.
Julie unearths a shocking secret from the past.
With Martyn Lewis and Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
Starring Chris Barrie
Mums and Dads. To attract new clientele to the Centre, Brittas organises a concert recital by a famous pianist.
Written by Richard Feegen and Andrew Nomss Director/Producer Mike Stephens
Sanjay feels the pressure when Meena returns to the Square. (For cast see Thursday)
One day 38-year-old Dave [text removed] picked up his two young sons, Ashley and Adam, from school and said: "Do you remember me saying that if mummy's cancer came back it would be bad news?"
In Loving Memory, the second in this series of real-life dramas faced by six families, reveals how the [text removed]s prepared for Pauline's death and how they have coped without her.
Pauline didn't want her family's memories of her all to be illness-related, so during her last year of life they all went on holiday to Florida: "We wanted to make the last holiday the best, " says Ashley who was then only 11 years old, "to make something nice we could remember her with." Four years on Dave, Ashley and Adam are still rebuilding their lives without Pauline.
"Hopefully she will be proud of us for that, "says Dave.
Producer Christine Hall
Series producer Anne Webber
BOOKLET: fora booklet on the issues raised in the series, send a cheque for £2.50, made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
HELPLINE: advice and information are available free on a confidential telephone service open from 8.30to 10.30pm tonight, and from 11.00am to 2.00pm tomorrow. Phone [number removed].
New comedy series about a big-hearted optimist and half-hearted socialist, starring Bernard Hill
The Time Sean Got into the Final. When Sean's under-12 team is drawn against super-flash side Mobberley Heath in the Bridgford Cup, armchair footballer Len has no choice but to take over as trainer.
Written by Tim Firth : Director John Clive A Philip Partridge production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Rob McElwee
Starring Patricia Routledge Hyacinth's social standing at a church function is jeopardised when Daisy tries to encourage Onslow to become more confident.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Harold Snoad
Debbie Horsfield 's six-part comedy of class conflict featuring the Belcher and Tundish families.
4: To pay off their debts,
Maggie and Carmen embark on a night of crime. Rejected by Esme, Boyd half-heartedly sets out to play host to some aliens.
Producer Liz Trubridge ; Director Richard Laxton
In the concluding part of this documentary, Ellington is making his best music. New band members include Billy Strayhorn, whose first contribution is the legendary Take the "A" Train. Ellington is a star. But fame is fickle. The critics hate his new work, he refuses to change and, by the mid-50s, he seems to be finished.
Undaunted, Ellington takes the Newport Jazz Festival by storm with C-Jam Blues. But the deaths of Strayhorn in and of his personal physician and friend six years later mark the end for him.
Twenty years after his death, Ellington's charm, wit and unpredictability are recalled by relatives and friends in unique archive interviews and performances by the great jazzman himself.
Series editor Nigel Williams
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