With Chris Jarvis.
Stories from the Old Testament.
David Frost interviews chancellor
Kenneth Clarke and reviews the papers. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard .....................................725583
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
The Rev John Johansen-Berg, minister of the United Reformed Church in Rubery, near Birmingham, looks at how the traditional festival of harvest can express the Christian hope that life comes out of death. (Stereo)
The Rev John
A look at the function of the United
Nations in world politics. With signingand Subtitles. Stereo ..................................78485
Narrated by Peter Ustinov
This adaptation of Henry
Williamson's novel follows the adventures ofTarka from his birth to fatherhood amid the waterways of Devon. Director David Cobham (1978)
Postponed from 4 September * FILM REVIEWS pages 61-66
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week'sweatherat 12.25.
Vo Ritchie. Lorraine's nephew from New York takes liberties with the Hendersons' generosity. Stereo subtitled ...............10019
The Remote Control Man
A bullied husband and father enjoys some fantastic adventures when he buys a television set from an unearthly discount centre. Rpt Stereo Subtitled ........68600545
The Case of the Murdered Madam
Starring Raymond Burr
A husband is accused of murdering his wife after her shady past has been revealed. Rpt Subtitled ...............51205106
Three young cooks from the home counties compete. This week'sjudges are: swimmer Duncan Goodhew and Ainsley Harriett , head chefofthe Long
Room at Lord's Cricket Ground. With Loyd Grossman. Stereo Subtitled ......................................8670570
This week the two pairs of contestants are in Brighton, where they shop for a bargain at a car boot sale, search for a good Art Deco figure and become tour guides in Brighton Pavilion. With Jilly Goolden.
Tonight's programme features a report on a new fibre which feels like natural material, yet has all the properties required of a modern synthetic.
Shrewsbury'stown crier asks the inmates of the town'sjail to make a new outfit for him. Twenty years ago, hairdresser Trevor Sorbie pioneered the "Wedge" cut. Today he's back with the "Pudding Bowl". Plus three new designers shine in the gloom of the menswear market which is struggling to recoverfrom the recession.
With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and BrendaEmmanus.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
RogerCasstles Stereo Subtitled ........670125
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ................821980
The vineyards of the Dordogne Valley are the settingforthis week's Songs of Praise as part of the BBC's French
Challenge. Pam Rhodes meets some of the people who have made this region of France their home. She visits small farms and huge vineyards, and explores markets and gardens to discover how the land has been used.
British and French neighbours gather in the tiny village church of LimeuilHaut to celebrate their harvest and sing favourite hymns including Great is Thy Faithfulness; Come Ye Thankful
People, Come; Un Grand Champ a Moissoner; We Plough the Fields and Scatter; Alleluia Fontium.
Producer Diane Reid ; 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. Producer Danny Greenstone ; Executive producer
Continuing the new comedy series.
Mrs Robinson. Traceyfindsithardto cope when Garth says he's in love with Mrs Robinson , an olderwoman. But when his mum and Mrs Robinson discover how much they have in common, it turns out to be Garth who has the real problem.
Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran Director/Producer Charlie Hanson
The second of two programmes in which
Paul Merton goes behind the scenes of the London Palladium to tell the story of the world's most famous variety theatre with celebrity interviews and archive footage. See today's choices
Director Paul Kirrage ; Producer John Fisher
With Nicholas Witchell.
Weather Michael Fish
On his release from a young offender's institution, Charlie Dyce 's single-mindedness makes him both friends and enemies when he eventually finds work in a seedy
London cafe. There he meets and falls fora teenage prostitute, Myra, whose love transforms his life and gives him back a sense of identity. But when she becomes pregnant with Charlie's baby, herjealous pimp Frank exacts his revenge, pushing Charlie's powers of endurance to the limit.
Written by Daniel Boyle ; Producer Martin Pope ;
Director John Madden
Charlie Dyce (aged 10):
Secrets of the Sea
Since 1947, when theywere first found, the Dead Sea Scrolls have been shrouded in mystery and intrigue.
Recently, the scrolls went on public display but gave few clues to their true content and meaning. So how is it that the writings of a strange and ancient desert community can still outwit the 20th-century mind?
Producer Michael Waterhouse; Series editor
JohnDrury Subtitled .........................213309
The first offourvisits to the 1994 UK
Dance Championships in Bournemouth. Tonight featuring the Amateur Latin Championship, hosted by ten times world champion Donnie Burns. Director Ian Russell ; Television production
Peter Hylton Cleaver
Drama based on a true event in Australia. Starring
Terry Gill , Gerald Kennedy
In orderto solve a murder, the Australian police have to work with the Mafia to grow and distribute marijuana. With Frankie J Holden ,
Luciano Catenacci and Roderick Williams.
Director Ken Cameron (1990) Stereo .... + FILM REVIEWS pages 61-66