With Chris Jarvis. Stereo
Dilly the Dinosaur
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David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
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Includingat 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
This was the last message sent out by 2 Para from the "bridge too far" at Arnhem 50 years ago. This morning veterans from the battle join HM Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and HRH the Prince of Wales for a memorial service from the war cemetery at Oosterbeek in Holland. Commentary by Eric Robson.
Highlights tonight at 10.30pm on BBC2.
A visit to the estate of Kingston Lacey in Dorset.
A look at the controversy surrounding the D-Day commemorations. With signing and subtitles.
Postponed from 1 September.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25*.
Repeated on Wednesday at 1.35pm on BBC2
Nancy is the cause of family friction.
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A book called The Greibble comes to life and wreaks havoc. With Hayley Mills, Justin Mooney and Don McLeod.
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Drama starring Robert Mitchum
Rancher Jack Palmer attempts to heal a family rift but faces two generations of hostility and unhappiness. With Claire Bloom, Christopher Mitchum. Director Noel Black (1985) * FILM REVIEWS pages 59-62
Three young cooks from the east of England compete. With Loyd Grossman.
A special edition from the Newark
International Antique and Collectors' Fair. WithJillyGoolden.
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Gavin Campbell appeals on behalf of Action on Disability and Development which supports and works with disabled people. Plus Cliff Michelmore and Joanna Kaye with the latest charity news. Send donations to: [address removed].
Repeated on Wednesday at3.35pm
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PVC moves on from the clubs to the high street and becomes mainstream fashion this autumn. The mini-kilt is also big news but how will it go down with the Scots? Plus a look at the business of cosmetic surgery. Presented by Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
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Weather Suzanne Charlton
A celebration of Christian music featuring singer Des'ree, the choir of Liverpool's Metropolitan Cathedral and 1500 singers. Pam Rhodes discovers how hymns such as 0 Praise Ye the Lord, Guide Me 0 Thou Great
Redeemer and Amazing Grace have changed lives and surveys the contemporary scene with Christian rock band Manna. Plus a musical
Merseyside mystery tourwith the Love and Joy Gospel Choir.
Producer Medwyn Hughes ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 2. 1 Opm on BBC2
A show which combines the observations of children with the fun of a panel game. With Ronnie Corbett.
Chigwell's finest return for a 13-part comedy series.
Someone guarded by heavies with children called Harry and Wills is moving in next door. Sharon, Tracey and Dorien draw the obvious conclusions.
See today's choices.
Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran
See This Week: page 7
The first of two programmes in which Paul Merton goes behind the scenes ofthe London
Palladium to tell the story of the world's most famous variety theatre. See today's choices.
Director Paul Kirrage ; Producer John Fisher
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Linda Leveller, a naive anti-pornography campaigner, undergoes a transformation when she teams up with two sex film actresses to make an erotic movie for women in this comedy adventure. It stars Kim Cattrall (Wild Palms), Claire Skinner (Life Is Sweet and Chef) and features Leslie Phillips.
It is an unusual and controversial topic to tackle. Writer Maureen Chadwick hopes that it will make viewers reconsider their views on censorship and reveals that "My
character Linda Leveller's ideological journey reflects my own shift of viewpoint as a result of researching the subject."
Producer Margaret Matheson; Director Anya Camilleri
* See This Week: page 10
Rumours about the failing health of Pope John Paul have prompted speculation about who might succeed him.
Whether from Africa, the Americas, Europe or Asia, the next Pontiff will represent 900 million Roman Catholics, 2,000 years of history and an increasingly uncertain future. In what direction will the next Pope take the Church?
Producer Leanne Pooley ; Series producer Angela Tilby
Starring Jack Nicholson
The story of a social misfit, the drifting son of a middle-class family who treats life and his waitress girlfriend with an equal measure of contempt.
Director Bob Rafelson (1970)
* Barry Norman : page 54
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What to look for in the autumn evening sky. With Patrick Moore.