With Chris Jarvis.
Dilly the Dinosaur
Stories from the
David Frost interviews news makers.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Maureen Plantagenet sets out to follow the sun from Stonehenge to Glastonbury Tor. Last in the series.
The World, the Flesh and the Devil. Last of three programmes on the three great temptations.
JeffMcWhinney looks at the controversy surrounding the D-Day commemorations. With signing and subtitles. stereo....40817
Conflict ensues when two very different men from across the Atlantic arrive in Glen Eachon to claim what is theirs.
Director Herbert Wilcox 1954) * FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56
As part of the French Challenge season the programme looks at rural issues in France. With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25
Repeated Wednesday 1,35pm BBC2 Stereo .28546
The Girl who Cried Bigfoot. Disaster strikes when Darcy discovers Harry's existence. Stereo
Gather Ye Acorns
Jonathan Quick takes an ancient tree troll's advice to follow his heart. With Mark Hamill and David Rappaport.
Omnibus. Stereo Subtitled .............6406459
A celebration of the screen goddess Greta Garbo , using rare footage and film clips.
Hosted by Glenn Close
Viewers airtheirconcerns about BBC programmes. With Sue Lawley. Send your comments to Biteback, PO Box 2855,
London W6 OZH, or phone [number removed]. Stereo Subtitled ................................[number removed]
Three young cooks from the north east of England compete. With Loyd Grossman.
Stereo Subtitled ................................9529661
Highlights of the final day of the airshow, with Julian Tutt , Nici Marx and Rob Curling. TV production Peter Hylton Cleaver Stereo .9498256
Wildlife expert Chris Packham meets the goats responsible for one of the majorfashionsthisautumn. Fifties rock ' n' roll star Marty Wilde looks at the teddy boys and girls of the 90s, and taxi drivers celebrating the 300th anniversary of the London taxi get a new look. Plus the launch of Gladrags 94, a Clothes Show campaign to brighten up Britain for Christmas. Presented by Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
RogerCasstles Stereo Subtitled ........787607
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Richard Edgar .............438362
March for Jesus
A chronicle of the first Global March for
Jesus. On 25 June, 171 countries and an estimated ten million people took part in one of the largest religious events of all time. BBC correspondents and cameras around the world recorded the music and spectacle of this extraordinary day. In Seoul, the South Korean capital, the crowds were so vast they threatened to choke the city. In South Africa, white Christians went into the townships, and in St
Petersburg, communists blocked the way. Introduced by the BBC religious affairs correspondent Mike Wooldridge. Producer Chris Mann ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 2.00pm on BBC2
A show which combines the observations of children with the fun of a panel game. With Ronnie Corbett.
A family comedy starring the late John Candy
Jack Chester and his family set off to
Florida for a few weeks of sun, rest and relaxation, blissfully unaware of the catalogue of disasters that awaits.
Director Carl Reiner (1985)
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56
A live TV reunion is the starting point for Victoria
Wood's bittersweet tale oftwo sisters whose lives have taken very different courses.
See today's choices.
Producer Ruth Caleb ; Director Gavin Millar
# The Andrew Duncan Interview with Victoria Wood is on page 16
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Helen Young ...............454701
The Year that Died
This is the International Year of the Family and yet the media is full of stories about family breakdown and the social problems it causes. In this documentary, the Chief Rabbi
Dr Jonathan Sacks examines whetherthe shift away from a traditional family unit is a threat to society. If the family is broken, he asks, can we mend it?
Amongthose he talks to are a single parent, who believes herchildren cannot miss the fathers they have never known, and a young offender who says he would not wish his fatherless background on any child. He also talks to the experts, who agree there is a problem but have different solutions - some are sympathetic, others take a tough line.
Producer Paul Usiskin ; Series editor John Drury
Paying more than passing homage to Humphrey Bogart , Woody Allen plays an insecure film critic who constantly calls on the shadow of Bogart for advice on how to treat women.
Director Herbert Ross (1972)
# FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56
Revenge thriller starring
When drifter Billy Turner returns to his home town in Florida after a five-yearabsence, he discovers his father has been murdered. Billy sets out to unmask the killer and clean up the town. But there are powerful forces at work who want to see him stopped.
Director Michelle Manning (1986)
Stereo Subtitled ............................1594102
* FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56