UNCLE must find and destroy THRUSH'S giant computer before it controls the world.
David Frost interviews news makers.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard .........................................
Including at8. 15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
Rabbi Lionel Blue talks about his decision to announce that he was gay. With
Dr David Cook.
Tony Phelan 's Celtic journey takes him to South Wales
Today, white water rafting in Scotland, and a new Hearing Dogsforthe Deaf Centre in Yorkshire. With signing and subtitles.
Rptd on Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo .
Language lessons. Today: talking about professions. Stereo ......................
Lesley Joseph looks at the crucial role of cash flow in business. Stereo ......
The series that shows you how to do what you've always wanted. Today: a visit to the Welsh village of Rhayaderto see a project that has brought the community together; how difficult is it for ex-criminals to find work?; and Crissy Rock talks about herrise to stardom in the hit film Lady bird, Ladybird. Producer Tina Fletcher ; Series editor Stephen Moss
John Craven introduces the final of the Radio Times/Countryfile photographic competition. Register your vote by calling one of the special telephone numbers. Plus the week's weather at 12.25. Stereo. *Photographs and telephone numbers: see page 50
John Humphrys and the team analyse the trends in British and European politics.
Editor Nelson Mews Stereo
For the first time, Disney's Snow White has been released on video. In a Stay
Tooned! special, Tony Robinson looks at the history of this specially restored, classic animated film. Stereo
First semi-final. With judges, chef Shaun Hill and actress Kika Mirylees. With
Loyd Grossman. * See This Week: page 66
Last week, HM the Queen became the first reigning British monarch to set foot on Russian soil. Brian Hanrahan describes the state visit and the reaction of Russian people. Stereo ............
The BBC's Top Gearteam,
Jeremy Clarkson , Quentin Willson and Michele Newman , report from Birmingham's
National Exhibition Centre. Stereo.
Fashion for 1995 from the catwalk shows in Paris and Milan, and a tribute to Italian designer Frank Moschino who died last month. Plus a look at London Fashion Week. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
Roger Casstles Stereo ...................
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
On the day that the clocks go back, Pam Rhodes visits the London borough of Greenwich, home of the Royal Observatory and Greenwich Mean Time, and joins in celebrations of the Royal Naval College's 300th anniversary. Hymns include All People that on Earth Do Dwell and The Day Thou Gavest Lord Is Ended.
Producer Roy Francis; Editor Helen Alexander
Rev at 2.10pm on BBC2
As the countdown to this year's appeal continues, Jane Asher looks at the way the charity is organised, how it decides on uses for its money, and some of this year's fund-raising schemes.
Producer Tom Brisley ; Executive producer
John Getgood INFORMATION: fund-raising packs are available from [address removed]. Please enclose two first-class stamps. Details on Ceefax page 611.
Double Edged Sword . Tough businessman Frank Whymark hires
Lovejoy to recover a priceless Samurai sword stolen from his home. With a guest appearance by Julia Sawalha.
Written by Roger Marshall ; Producer Colin Shindler
Director Alex Kirby
Car and Garter. Foggy, Clegg and Compo try to boost Sid's image in the eyes of his domineering wife Ivy. With Bill Owen , Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde , John Comer , Jane Freeman , Kathy Staff , Gordon Wharmby.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan J W Bell
Alan J W
As Sharon and Tracey discover the disadvantages of changing places, Dorien's past threatens to catch up with her.
Continuingthe rags-to-riches nine-part tale about an ambitious Yorkshire lad.
Till Death. Bob disappears after pursuing a German officer who escaped from a PoW convoy. Three weeks later a body is found and Paula is told Bob is dead.
Written by Peter Ransley ; Producers Eileen Quinn and Alan J Wands ; Director Peter Smith
Captain Karl von Bemer:
Lt Tony Gray:
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill
Since the publication of her book Sex and her album Erotica, Madonna has suffered a critical backlash which she regards as punishment for being a successful and sexual single woman. This interview with chat host Ruby Wax gives her a chance to answer back.
See today's choices.
The Church of England continues to support the Bishop of Durham despite his conviction for gross indecency 26 years ago. Is it time for the Church to take a fresh approach to sexuality?
Producer Alison Turner
Series producer Michael Waterhouse
The final visit to the 1994 UK Dance
Championships, featuringthe professional latin championship. Director Ian Russell ; Television production
Peter Hylton Cleaver
First of a two-part drama based on the hunt for US serial killer Ted Bundy. Starring Mark Harmon
Frederick Forrest , M Emmet Walsh As police in Seattle try to find seven young women who have disappeared, charismatic law student Ted Bundy applies to study at the University of Utah. Then one intended victim describes a charming young man who called himself Ted, and the hunt is on. Part 2 and cast on Tuesday at 11.15pm.