UNCLE's top agent in London is leaving to get married.
David Frost interviews the formerforeign secretary and ex-chancellor Lord Howe who talks candidly about his turbulent relationship with MrsThatcherand assesses the government's current economic performance.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Including at 8. 15 5 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Victoria Gillick became the focus of public condemnation when she decided to make a stand on the issue of contraceptive advice for under 16-year-olds. She talks to Dr David Cook about her motivations.
Tony Phelan 's Celtic journey takes him to the ancient monastic site of Glendalough in County Wicklow. Stereo..................38968
In today's programme: who is responsible if you go deaf at work? Plus a preview of the first UK Deaf Film Festival, a rare clip of Helen Keller , behind the scenes with Breakfast News and ballooning with a Business Woman of the Year. With signingand subtitles.
Rptd on Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo ..11852
Live coverage of this morning's play in the 36-hole final World Matchplay ChampionshipfromWentworth.
Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Today's edition of the countryside series features a glimpse of the six category winners in the Countryfile/Radio Times Photo 94 Competition. All six photographs will be published in next week's Radio Times, on sale 18 October, and you can vote for the overall winner on one of the telephone numbers we will be publishing. The result will be announced on next week's show.
Plus the week's weather at 12.25.
John Humphrys and the team analyse the latest trends in British politics.
Editor David Jordan
Live coverage of the entire
Grand Prix of Europe, as the World
Championship starts to spark into action in Spain with the competition between Michael Schumacher and Damon Hill hotting up. Commentary by Tony Jardine , Jonathan Palmer and Murray Walker. See today's choices. Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer
Jim Reside ........................................85680790 Highlights can be seen this evening at 9.30 on BBC2.
See Sport: page 61
Omnibus edition. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
This week: identical twins go shopping, PVC hits the high street, a history of the Crombie and hairstyles by Vidal Sassoon. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
RogerCasstles Stereo Subtitled.........477535
With Chris Lowe ,
Weather Bill Giles ......................891332
Pam Rhodes tours Britain to discover the work of the Mothers' Union. Hymns from Coventry Cathedral include Praise My Soul and Jesus Christ Is Waiting.
Producer Allan Lee ; Editor Helen Alexander
Rep at 2.10pm on BBC2
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Emma Forbes visits organisations that benefited from last year's appeal, including Whizz Kids which provides motorised wheelchairs and trikes for children. Plus advice on organising a fundraising event.
Producer Tom Brisley ; Executive producer
JohnGetgood Stereo ........................643177 INFORMATION: fundraising packs are available from [address removed]- please enclose two first-class stamps. Details on Ceefax page 611.
Somewhere over the Rainbow. Tinker is in a very strange mood: he abandons Beth at a bus stop, ruins a deal for
Lovejoy and leaves a pint of beer half drunk. Then he disappears without trace.
Written by Jeremy Paul ; Producer Colin Shindler
Director Ian White
Sir Ronald Edgehill:
In the Service of Humanity. Clegg and Compo are dismayed to discover that a lifesaving attempt has inspired Foggy to devote his life - and theirs - to first aid.
With Bill Owen, Peter Sallis, Brian Wilde, John Comer, Jane Freeman, Joe Gladwin , Kathy Staff, Gil Morris.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan J W Bell
Dorien thinks she is the goddess of love in this episode written by Alun Lewis (Darryl).
Continuingthe epic love story in nine parts, following the tale of an ambitious working-class Yorkshire lad. 2:This Evil World. Paula, now heavily pregnant by her new husband Richard, longs to see Bob again. After her mother discovers Bob's letters she is thrown out, only to be taken in by Bob's family where she gives birth to a daughter.
Written by Peter Ransley ; Producers Eileen Quinn and Alan J Wands ; Director Peter Smith
Captain Karl von Berner:
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Alan Plater 's drama about an ageing American jazz musician.
Starring Elliott Gould, Geraldine James
A once renowned jazz pianist who is now an alcoholic, a gambler and a womaniser comes to England to play a a series of gigs. There, he meets his match in the woman appointed as his minder for the week.
See today's choices.
Producer Otto Plaschkes; Director Desmond Davis
Elliott Gould on sex and Streisand. See feature, page 22
Joan Bakewell investigates another topical moral dilemma.
Series producer Michael Waterhouse
Lenses in the Universe. Professor
Richard Ellis of Cambridge University joins Patrick Moore in a programme focusingon gravitational lenses.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo Stereo.........8506765
Romantic drama. An idealistic young Frenchman and a middle-class Australian woman meet again, 18 years after their passionate romance ended.
With Anne Grigg, Francois Dunoyer. (1987)
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