With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
The story of Zacchaeus, the tax collector.
David Frost intei views the week's news makers and reviews the papers with the help of his guests. Senes editor Barney Jones
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Stories of Art. Harry Dunlop , curator of St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow, describes his response to some of the exhibits.
Graham Young continues his travels in a narrowboat on the Midlands canal network. Today he prays with two people studying at Covenant College in Ansty whose teenage years were marked by drugs, gang warfare and alcohol. PRAYERLINE:[number removed].
Magazine programme for deaf or hard of hearing people. This week, three guests who have promoted deaf awareness: interpreter John Lee , writer Michael Jack and actor David Bower from the film Four Weddings and a Funeral. With signing and subtitles.
The fourth of seven programmes looks at communications.
A Diverse production for BBCtv
England v New Zealand: live coverage from Lord's of the fourth day's play.
Then Weather for the Week Ahead
Three-episode omnibus edition.
Feature-length mystery, starring Raymond Burr
Artist Truman York stages a fake death in order to increase the value of his paintings. But when he returns unexpectedly to claim his fortune, he is murdered. Perry Mason follows a trail of fakery and fraud to unmask the killer. With David Soul.
Viewers air their concerns about BBC programmes. With Sue Lawley. A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
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More transformations, courtesy of Jimmy Savile.
The guest judges for the second semi-final are Robert
Carrier and Sue Lawley.
Producer Richard Bryan ; Executive producers Bradley Adams and Richard Kalms
A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
With Chris Lowe. Weather Suzanne Charlton
At his Suffolk cottage, Terry Waite tells Alan Titchmarsh about his boyhood, the years of captivity in Beirut and his bittersweet return; choosing hymns that are important to him: Who Would True Valour
See; Lead Kindly Light; Ride On, Ride On; Forty Days and Forty Nights; The Day Thou Gavest , Lord; Eternal Father. Producer Peter Armstrong
A Word-Pictures production for BBCtv
A chance to see a vintage episode of the comedy series,
Ferret Come Home, from 1977. Starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde
Written by Roy Clarke ; Producer Sydney Lotterby
After 21 years of entertainment combined with campaigning consumer journalism, That's Life! comes to an end with this, its 418th edition.
Esther Rantzen is joined for this nostalgic celebration by all the presenters featured over the years, along with Wet Wet Wet, whose 1988 version of With a Little Help from My Friends raised more than ÃÂ£100,000 for Childline, and Victoria Wood , who reflects on her regular appearances back in 1976. Remember Prince, the dog who loved "sausages"? Or the time Esther was arrested handing out bat stew on a London street? And That's Life's Jobsworth award (to petty-minded officialdom) has ensured the word an established place in the English language. Some of the campaigns have led to changes in the law and there are many stories of courage and hope - including the organ-transplant fund that started with 2-year-old Ben Hardwick in 1984. Ten years on his mother Debbie is in the studio to talk about Ben's life.
Esther Rantzen looks back
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Arcady Hall and its unconventional inhabitants continue to work their magic on prim and proper civil servant Jasper Pye in the second episode of John Hadfield's comic masterpiece. But it is the amorous advances of "wicked" Belinda, inexperienced Matilda and already married Chloe that seem certain to make Pye forget his conventional behaviour, his staid morality and even the reason for his visit.
Director Martyn Friend draws parallels between Love on a Branch Line and the fantasy elements of Alice in Wonderland: "Just as in Lewis Carroll, things are never quite what is expected," he says.
A Theatre of Comedy/D L Taffner/New Penny production for BBC TV.
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
From the Dome Theatre in Brighton. Specialist subjects are: British and American pop music 1955-85, the life and works of Kurt Vonnegut , British tunnels and bridges, and spiders. Director David Mitchell
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
Hate Crime. As Parliament considers whether to punish racially-motivated crime more severely, US police in Boston are already enforcing such a law. Joan Bakewell asks whether this is the way forward or an impractical solution that inflames racial tensions.
Producer Nick Stuart
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England v New Zealand: highlights of the fourth day's play.
Cameroon v Sweden
Live coverage of the opening match in group B from the Rose Bowl in Los Angeles. Plus highlights of today's other games.