At the test site of a revolutionary new weapon, a gun is fired at Napoleon.
David Frost interviews Michael Heseltine , the trade and industry secretary, on the eve of the Conservative Party Conference. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
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Includingat 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
When Victoria Scott decided to tell reporters that her politician father, Sir Nicholas Scott had behaved dishonourably, she did not anticipate the scale of the reaction. She talks to
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Tony Phelan 's Celtic journey reaches Grey Abbey in Northern Ireland. Stereo......88460
Today's programme features an animation workshop in Wolverhampton, a world-famous golf hotel in Scotland and a report on coming to terms with deafness. With signingand subtitles.
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Language lessons. Today, how to talk about yourfamily. stereo ..............5314354
Lesley Joseph unravels the mysteries of balance sheets.
The series that shows you how to do what you have always wanted. With Cheryl Bakerand Gordon Kennedy.
Producer Jeremy Orlebar ; Series editor Stephen Moss
With John Craven. Plus the week's weatherat 12.25. Stereo .................49083
John Humphrys and the team analyse the latest trends in British politics.
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus. Stereo Subtitled .............2017199
The BBC's right-of-reply programme examining viewers' concerns and complaints, presented by Sue Lawley . Call the hotline with your comments on [number removed]. Stereo
This week's judges are chef Darina Allen and television star Danny Baker. Presented by Loyd Grossman.
In the last of the series, enthusiastic amateurs go on the hunt in Glasgow. With JillyGOOlden. Stereo Subtitled .......7813996
Paul Daniels appeals on behalf of Chiltern Open Air Museum. Plus Cliff Michelmore and Joanna Kaye with the latest charity news. Send donations to: [address removed] Rptd Wednesday 3. 15pm Stereo Subtitled ...
The British Fashion Awards
Joan Collins is amongthe celebrities presenting the prizes at this tenth anniversary edition of the fashion "Oscars". There are awardsfor knitwear, accessories, glamour, design forthe high street and designer of the year. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
RogerCasstles Stereo ....................3445731 Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
A crowd of 40,000 assemble in Manchester United's football ground at Old Trafford, for a special edition with Pam Rhodes, Don McLean and guests. Hymns include Cup final favourite Abide With Me, Amazing Grace and O Happy Day. See today's choices.
Repeated on Monday at 2.10pm on BBC2
See This Week: page 10
With seven weeks to go before Pudsey's big night, Terry Wogan, Sue Cook and Andi Peters reveal the final total for the 1993 appeal and look at some of this year's money-raising schemes.
See This Week: page 9
Day of Reckoning. Charlotte is invited to a wealthy client's house for lunch, but she finds herself at the mercy of a killer. Meanwhile, Lovejoy is sent on a wild treasure hunt through East Anglia.
Written by John Goldsmith ; Producer Colin Shindler Director Paul Harrison Stereo Subtitled ..632422
When Dorien starts bulk-buying in chain stores, Sharon and Tracey feel that drastic measures are called for.
An epic love story in nine parts, following the progress of handsome rogue Bob Longman , an ambitious working-class Yorkshire lad. The series begins with a feature-length episode by award-winning writer Peter Ransley. A Modest Hero. December 1943, Seaforth, Yorkshire: Bob, a young criminal on the run, rescues Paula while posing as an air-raid warden. From this moment on they develop a passionate obsession for each other.
See today's choices.
Producers Eileen Quinn , Alan J Wands ; Director
Peter Smith Stereo Subtitled ........92220422
* Behind the scenes at the making of an epic. See feature, page 28
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With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
The controversial issue of surrogacy is featured tonight as Joan Bakewell returns with a new series of documentaries taking a balanced look at ethical issues.
The question posed in the programme is " Do we have a right to have children?" Although commercial surrogacy is against the law, there is nothingto stop a couple making a private arrangement with a woman to bear a child forthem.
Not everyone believes that surrogacy is acceptable. Medical ethicist Dr David Cook is uneasy at the notion that the womb is an incubatorto be loaned out. Others believe that the industry should be regulated to prevent things from going wrong.
Producer Alison Turner ; Series producer
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Tonight'svisittothe 1994 UK Dance Championships features the professional modern championship. Director Ian Russell ; Television production
Peter Hylton Cleaver Stereo ................381809
First of a two-part film drama about three women who share a secret of love, betrayal and revenge. Starring Caroline Goodall
Catherine Oxenberg , Linda Croper
Ambitious executive Helen Simmons 's life is turned upside-down when one day she catches a glimpse of a man she believed was dead and who led her and two friends into a living hell. Part 2 and cast on Tuesday at 11. 1 Opm.