With Chris Jarvis.
Stories from the Old Testament, told by Tony Robinson.
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers. Series editor Barney Jones: Executive editor
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Gaye Ortiz travels to Lough Derg, County
The World, the Flesh and the Devil.
Second of three programmes on the three great temptations.
The controversy surroundingthe D-Day celebrations. With signing and subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 5.00pm on BBC2 Stereo ..79182
/ Narrated by Peter Ustinov.
This faithful screen adaptation of Henry Williamson 's popular novel follows the adventures of a mischievous otterfrom birth to fatherhood amid the waterways of Devon. Director David Cobham (1978) # FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
As part of the French Challenge season the programme looks at rural affairs in France. With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25.
Repeated on Wednesday at 1.35pm on BBC2
Selling Out. George and Brett fall prey to a businessman. Stereo
While fighting at the Alamo, Jobe is suddenly whisked into the 20th century. With Kelly Reno, William Boyett, Richard Young.
Omnibus. Stereo Subtitled .............6660655
Wartime adventure starring
Jack Hawkins. Michael Denison
Summer, 1940: a squadron of Hurricanes sets offfor a confrontation with German aircraft. With Dulcie Gray. Director George More O'Ferrall (1952)
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Three youngcooks from London compete. With Loyd Grossman.
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Two pairs of contestants reveal their abilities to spot a real antique. With
As Britain prepares for the new school term, television's best-dressed programme returns fora new season. The pupils of Linlithgow Academy, Lothian, are faced with a black and white decision over a new school uniform, and there's a French
Challenge for a prize trip to Jean Paul Gaultier's show in Paris next month.
Leading fashion editors reveal their predictions for the autumn and a new range of clothing could spell the beginning of the end for the iron and ironing board.
Presenters Jeff Banks, Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus are joined by Tony Hawks who, with the help of fellow comedians Alexei Sayle, Jack Dee, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, investigates how their dress sense matches their sense of humour.
With Huw Edwards. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
The last in this series is a celebration of music and faith from the Edinburgh
Festival, where Jumoke Fashola and David Matthew capture the mood and introduce music against the spectacular backdrop of the city's floodlit castle. Hymns include Amazing Grace, The Lord's My Shepherd, Thine Be the Glory and All Over the World. Producer Stuart Miller ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 12.45pmon BBC2
Comedy showcasing the talents of John Candy thestarofP/anes, Trains and Automobiles, Uncle Buck and Cool
Runnings who died earlierthis year.
A quiet family holiday turns into a nightmare for Chet Ripley when his brother-in-law turns up.
Director Howard Deutch (1988)
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The final episode of the comedy drama starring Gregor Fisher Rikki Fulton
Treasure Trove. It takes all of Para
Handy's cunning - plus the help of a large beached whale - to keep him and his crew in steady employment.
Written by Bob Black ; Director Jim Shields ; Producer Colin Gilbert
Weather Michael Fish ...............
A bitter comedy from
Charles Wood , writer of the controversial Tumbledown.
1971: fresh-faced, eagerfor heroics, the young officers arrive in Belfast. Pelted with rocks by kids, sniped at by the IRA, they take refuge in sex, black humourand the weird rituals of the officers' mess.
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Producer Andree Molyneux ; Director
Lt Charles Thoroughgood:
Lt Collan Gowrie:
Maj Edward Lumley:
Maj Anthony Hamilton-Smith:
Capt Colin Reach:
Capt Nigel Beale:
Capt Henry Sandy:
L/Cpl Van Horne:
Lt in the Wessex Scouts:
A/C Smith 250:
Lt Phillip Lamb:
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The End of the Line
Each yearthe Samaritans deal with two-and-a-half million calls from people feeling desperate or suicidal. This fly-on-the-wall documentary follows one night in a busy Birmingham office where Samaritans deal with matters of life and death.
Producers David Darlow , John Smithson ; Editor
Acclaimed three-part film drama starring Nicole Kidman Denholm Elliot
1: The daughter of a wealthy Australian family travels to London to search for her errant father. There she meets a personable American who leads her into a world of drug trafficking. Part 2 is shown tomorrow evening.