With Chris Jarvis.
Peter Snow interviews the week's news makers, and paper reviews by Germaine Greer.
Senes editor Barney Jones: Executive editor Tim Orchard
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Kriss Akabusi introduces a celebration of faith live from Cyprus. Last in the series.
Introduced by Steve Rider. From
Victoria in Canada, where action on the second day focuses on swimming and diving. England's Karen Pickering - world 200 metres freestyle short course champion - attempts to add a Commonwealth title to her list of honours. Commentary by Lindsey Fraser. Plus boxing and gymnastics. ProducerSharonLence: Editor Dave Gordon
Live coverage of play between England and South Africa from the Oval.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
The Green-Eyed Bigfoot. Jealousy rules when both Harry and George pay too much attention to others.
Starring Errol Flynn
Robin Hood and his band of outlaws use all their cunning to outwit the evil Prince John. With Basil Rathbone , Olivia de Havilland , Claude Rains, Alan Hale , Eugene Pallette , Una O'Connor.
Directors Michael Curtiz and William Keighley
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The search for the best young cook continues with three contestants from Scotland. With Loyd Grossman , Craig Charles and Lady Claire Macdonald. A Union production forBBCtv
Sir Harry Secombe appeals on behalf of the British Diabetic Association's
Tadpole Club for children with diabetes.
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The series in which two pairs of contestants are given tasks that will reveal both their ability to spot a real antique and test their eye for quality items. This week they travel to
Gloucestershire, where they have to stack shelves in the Packaging Museum, catalogue furniture in Stanway House, and shop for antiques in Gloucester's largest antiques centre. Antiques Roadshow experts set the tasks and judge the results. Presented by Jilly Goolden.
Director David Cumming Producer Jannine Waddeli
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
A celebration of music and faith as David Matthew andjumoke Fashola go to Brighton to meet members of Britain's largest Black Pentecostal Church at their annual convention, and join in an evening of gospel singing at Brighton's famous Dome. Hymns include: All
Hail the Power of Jesus 'Name; To God be the Glory and How Great Thou Art, plus gospel favourites Leaningon the Everlasting Arms; My Jesus I
Love You and Ancient of Days. Producer Roy Francis ; Editor Helen Alexander
A show which combines the observations of nine children with all the fun of a panel game. Hosted by Ronnie Corbett. Producer Danny Greenstone Executive producer Alan Boyd
A RegGrundy production for BBCtv
Comedy series about family life.
Bill's business faces closure, and Ben tackles a long running feud. With Belinda Lang, Gary Olsen, Julia Hills, Clare Buckfield, John Pickard, Kim Benson, Annette Badland, Roger Lloyd Pack.
New comedy drama starring
Gregor Fisher , Rikki Fulton A Night Alarm. A spot of engine trouble sees the luckless crew marooned in a small island village, where Para Handy tangles with the drunken town bully and gets caught up in a bit of matchmaking.
Unfortunately, his romantic meddling backfires even more drastically than his ill starred ship's engines!
Written by Michael Russell
DirectorJim Shields ; Producer Colin Gilbert
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
Last part of the thriller by Ruth Rendell writing as Barbara Vine. The police investigation closes in on Adam and Rufus. and the appalling truth behind the murders begins to unfold.
Screenplay by Sandy Welch
Producer Phlllippa Giles ; Director Tim Fywell
The 22nd Mastermind final comes from Coventry Cathedral, where civil servant John Wilson, George Davidson, a senior lecturer in chemistry, librarian Graham Roe, and English tutor Stephen Wood do battle for the 1994 title - and the coveted Caithness Glass trophy, to be presented by Bamber Gascoigne.
Their specialist subjects are: beers and breweries in Britain; the life and works of John Dalton; American classical music 1910-70, and the Irish rebellion.
Former winners have ranged from a retired ambassador to a train driver, and, most famously, the taxi drivers' champion Fred Housego.
"It attracts a really wide range of interests and professions, says producer Penelope Cowell Doe, who has worked on the series for five years. "Don't think having a formal education is at all important. Often those with the widest general knowledge are self-taught."
Director David Mitchell
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The Ostrich Position
Thirty years ago, when there was no access to the Family
Planning Association without a wedding ring, Lady Brook founded the Brook Advisory Centre to give contraceptive advice to unmarried women.
How has the moral climate in Britain changed? The Ostrich Position reveals that when it comes to sex, we still prefer to keep our heads in the sand.
ProducerChnstopherSatt; Series editor John Drury
Highlights of the fourth day's play in the final Test.
Further coverage from
Victoria, Canada, of the third day. England's badminton players are aiming for their fourth consecutive gold in tonight's finals. Synchronised swimming continues, plus a roundup of other action.