With Philippa Forrester. stereo
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
An Orthodox Jewish woman talks about the significance of the Jewish Sabbath.
In the World of Politics. With MPs
Simon Hughes , and Jim Wallace , leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats.
This week, travelling in Rome. With signing and subtitles.
Last in the series for working women who want to get to the top. With
Carol Vorderman. FREE "BREAKING GLASS" BOOK: send large sae with two first class stamps to [address removed]
The last programme looks at what can go wrong and how to deal with it.
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Today: a look at the impact of black fashion, music and language. A Reel Life production for BBCtv
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25.
(Revrpt from last Wednesday)
Till Theft Do Us Part. George and Nancy prepare to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary.
Vanessa in the Garden
When a brilliant artist's wife dies, he conceives a plan to bring her back.
Western starring John Wayne
When Katie Elder's four sons return to Texas for their mother's funeral, they discover that their drunken father had gambled away the family ranch on the night he was killed. With Dean Martin, George Kennedy and Dennis Hopper. Director Henry Hathaway (1965)
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Is the German team still
I on course for another
The reigning title holders met
Belgium in the second round and if successful will now play
Mexico or Bulgaria, both surprise qualifiers from the groups, in this quarter final from the Giants Stadium, where Pele played for the New York Cosmos.
Including at half-time News and Weather
Ben Fullingim is 87 years old and lives alone on a mountain in the Sierra Nevada. This film looks at his pursuit of gold.
Novelist Susan Howatch talks to Alan Titchmarsh at her home in Westminster, where she chooses hymns that are significant for her: All People that on Earth do Dwell; Once in Royal David's City; Comfort
Ye; Through All the Changing Scenes; Jerusalem; Thine Be the Glory.
Producer Peter Armstrong
A Word-Pictures production for BBCtv
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Disney sci-fi adventure based on the Jules Verne novel, starring Kirk Douglas James Mason
1868: a terrifying monster is attacking ships in the Pacific and marine scientist Professor
Aronnax sets out to investigate.
Director Richard Fleischer (1954)
Mate on the Nautilus:
Feature-length episode of the comedy starring
Bill Owen , Peter Sallis Big Day at Dream Acres
The annual garden fete is of no interest to Compo and Clegg. Until they meet a tramp with a special interest in donkeys.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Classic remake, starring
Jessica Lange Jeff Bridges
On a remote island, geologists discover the "eighth wonder of the world" - a 50-foot ape. Back in America, King Kong is treated as a side-show attraction, with disastrous results.
Director John Guillermin (1976)
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- The Stanford Stadium
( in San Francisco, home
_ to the Stanford
University American football team, stages the last World Cup quarter-final tie. Emergingfrom the second round will be either
Romania or Argentina, who eventually finished only third in their group. They will now meet either Sweden or surprise side Saudi Arabia. Plus highlights of the other quarter final played earlier this evening.
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
When Ann West repeats the Lord's Prayer, she cannot bring herself to say: "Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those that trespass against us". Her 10-year-old daughter Lesley Ann Downey was one of the children who died at the hands of notorious moors murderers Myra Hindley and Ian Brady in the early 1960s.
Hindley will shortly be told whether she will have to spend the rest of her life behind bars for her part in the murder of five children. In Can We Forgive Myra Hindley? Joan Bakewell asks whether crimes such as Hindley's are so terrible that they can never be forgiven.
Among those Bakewell talks to are Hindley's priest, who believes she has repented and should now be released, and former Home Office minister
David Mellor, who explains that the public demand for retribution will be an important factor in the ultimate decision.
Producer Alison Turner
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I Drama based on a true story, starring
Jacqueline Bisset Berlin , 1939: when beautiful aristocrat Nina von Halder falls in love with a Jew, she must risk her life to keep him.
Director Anthony Page (1985)
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Highlights of tonight's quarter-finals played at Stanford Stadium in San
Francisco and the Giants
Stadium in New York.