With Chris Jarvis.
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard ....
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Dr David Cook talks to Allan Bland and Dr Jim Howe , whose decision ended the life of Hillsborough disaster victim Tony Bland.
Tony Phelan sets out on a journey through the countries of the Celtic fringe.
Today: Scotland. Stereo ....
The 14th year of the series begins with a new look and a chance to find out how viewers voted on subtitles.
With signing and subtitles. Stereo ..
A chance to learn French. Stereo .
Lesley Joseph explains how to manage yourmoney. Stereo ......................
The series that shows you how to do what you have always wanted. With Cheryl Baker and Gordon Kennedy. producer Tina Fletcher ; Series editor Stephen Moss
Rural affairs in France. Plus the week's weather at 12.25.
John Humphrys and the team analyse the latest trends in British politics.
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus. Stereo Subtitled ....
A Deadly State of Mind. A psychiatrist kills his lover's husband. Rpt Subtitled...
Elton John and Tim Rice discuss writing the songs forthe new Disney movie, The Lion King which receives its European premiere in London on Thursday.
With judges, chef Antony Worrall
Thompson and West Ham striker Lee Chapman , and Loyd Grossman.
This week, contestants from Bath sniff out antique bargains. With Jilly Goolden.
Tonight, there's a preview of next week's British Fashion Awards and a profile of the current Welsh Designer of the Year, Toby Clark. And as the new academic term begins, students at Liverpool's John Moores University offertips on style. Plus a report on the Godfather look and on a group of viewers as they take up the challenge of Gladrags 94. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
RogerCassties Stereo Subtitled .......
With Moira Stuart. Subtnied
Weather Ian McCaskill .............
Steve Chalke explores the beauty of Portaferry in Northern Ireland.
Hymns include All Creatures of Our God and King, How Great Thou Art, For the Beauty of the Earth and Hail Redeemer.
Producer Maurice Maguire ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated on Friday at 5.25pm on BBC2
The return of the comedy drama about a maverick antiques dealer. Starring
Fair Exchange. Things are not going well for Lovejoy. A dud cheque lands him in trouble, then Charlotte is attacked and robbed of a newly-acquired 18th-century portrait which police later recover at Lovejoy
Antiques. Egged on by her new man, she has the luckless Lovejoy charged with aggravated burglary. See today's choices
Written by Eric Deacon ; Producer Colin Shindler
Director Richard Laxton
* Lovejoy - that's your lot! Page 23
First Time Caller. With Sharon busy at the cafe and Dorien learning first-aid, Tracey feels useless. Then she becomes a local radio celebrity and life forall three is turned upside-down.
Written by Tony Millan and Mike Walling Director/Producer Charlie Hanson
Terry Wogan hosts the first of three occasional programmes celebrating the funniest moments, from 1968 to 1993, in the career of one of Britain's best-loved comedians.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill. ....
A psychological drama starring Charlotte Rampling
A therapist ensnares a cynical police inspector during routine enquiries into a patient's death. Sexual power games fuel this tale which draws a fine line between murder and suicide.
See today's choices.
Written by Jenny Diski
Producer Lynn Horsford ; Director Robert Bierman
* The Andrew Duncan Interview with Charlotte Rampling is on page 18
The Road to Hare Krishna
In 1973 former Beatie George Harrison donated a manor house in leafy
Letchmore Heath , Hertfordshire to the Hindu Hare Krishna movement. But this act of generosity has tested the tolerance of villagers, who have had to face a regular influx of worshippers which reachesa peak of 35,000 during Krishna's two-day birthday celebrations.
To appease residents and provide access to this important temple, devotees have applied for planning permission to build an approach road bypassing the village.
Everyman reports on an issue that for worshippers has become "an emblem of injustice", for villagers a case of "not in my back yard and for religious tolerance a row of national proportions. Producer Charles Bruce ; Editor John Drury
Tonight'svisittothe 1994 UK Dance Championshipsfeatures the amateur modern championship.
Director Ian Russell ; Television production
Peter Hylton Cleaver
Highlights of the International Open
Bowls Championship final.