With Philippa Forrester.
Old Testament stories with a difference.
David Frost interviews the week's news makers.
Series editor Barney Jones
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
A service for Pentecost, from St
Michael's Church, Aberystwyth, as Christians all over the world celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit.
Producer Steve Benson
The magazine for deaf or hard of hearing people visits sheltered housing in Glasgow. With signing and subtitles. fRptd7uesdayat2.15pm.BBC2)
Concluding the series on job opportunities for disabled people: advice on job-hunting. With Ian Dury.
The first of seven programmes taking the terror out of technology introduces people who have learned not to fear their word-processors. With Fiona Adam.
A Diverse production for BBCtv
This week, maps marking routes, from treasure hunts to fell walks.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25.
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Three-episode omnibus edition.
Western starring Burt Lancaster
In the lawless west of the 1870s, US Marshal Wyatt Earp tries to keep the peace. With Doc Holliday , he tracks the infamous Clanton gang from Dodge
City to Tombstone, where they take on the outlaws in a legendary gunfight.
Director John Sturges (1957)
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John H Doc Holliday:
Viewers air their concerns about BBC programmes. With Sue Lawley. A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
TELEPHONE: 081-741 37 15 with your comments.
This week's guest judges are Anne Willan of La Varenne cookery school, and journalist Alan Coren. With Loyd Grossman. Producer Richard Bryan : Executive producers B'-diey Adams and Richard Kalms avion Pictures production for BBCtv
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
From Birmingham, a celebration for Pentecost in the nationwide fortnight of "On Fire" events to mark the birthday of the Church. At an open-air party in Victoria Square, it's carnival time for hundreds of local churches. With special guests presenter Don Maclean and acapella group Black Voices. Introduced by Pam Rhodes. Hymns include: Amazing Grace, Come On and Celebrate!, On Fire and Hosanna.
Producer Diane Reid ; Editor Helen Alexander (Repeated tomorrow at 3.00 pm on BBC2)
A vintage episode of the comedy series, from 1976. Starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis. Brian Wilde
The Great Boarding-House Bathroom Caper. Foggy is getting excited about the idea of a weekend by the sea.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director Ray Butt : Producer Sydney Lotterby
Comedy romance from the director of Pretty Woman, starring Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell
Joanna Stayton is a rich bitch whose conceit and arrogance land down-to-earth carpenter Dean Proffitt in deep water.
So when she accidentally falls from her yacht and loses her memory, Dean claims she is his wife to teach her a lesson.
(Goldie Hawn stars in the film Private Benjamin next Sunday)
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Grant Stayton III:
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Roddy Doyle 's dissection of Dublin family life continues
Trom tne viewpoint of daughter, Nicola. At 16, Nicola has left school and is workingin a sewing factory. Her relationship with her boyfriend, Tony, means that she's spending more and more time away from home. But will her jealous father Chario let her go that easily?
The relationship between father and daughter has never been easy, and ever since she entered adolescence Nicola has been aware of an unwelcome sexual tension in Charlo's presence. And it's worse when he's been drinking....
Producer Andrew Eaton
Director Michael Winterbottom
John Paul Spencer:
England v Norway
Highlights of this evening's friendly international, as Terry Venables 's new-look side tries to avenge the defeat in Oslo last summer that helped to put England out of the World Cup. Commentary by Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Bob Wilson with Jimmy Hill. Match presentation John Shrewsbury
"I wasn't the person thought I was," said Jon Bradley when,aged 28,he finally found his birth parents. Jon had been adopted by a Jewish couple and brought up in the Jewish faith, although his birth mother was an unmarried English Catholic and his father was a Kuwaiti Muslim.
Now working with an organisation that attempts to break down the barriers between Jews and Arabs, Jon has come to identify strongly with the current situation in Israel and the occupied territories. In the wake of the Hebron massacre, he travels to
Israel to meet both Israelis and Palestinians who are fascinated by his story.
Jon 's Journey retraces each step of his discovery and explores the revelations which continue to affect his sense of identity and belonging.
Director Liz Gray ; Producer Frances J Berngan A Cicada production for BBCtv
Suspense drama starring Ed Harris
Harry Nash is the best defence lawyer in the business, but for too long he's been setting free guilty killers. When a young woman begins an affair with him, he is unprepared for her request to defend her estranged husband accused of a brutal murder.
Director Roger Spottiswoode (1987)
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