With Zoe Ball and Chris Jarvis. Stereo Animated adventures of the koala bear.
David Frost interviews the news makers.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
In the last of the series, Gillian Kingtalks to Dr David Cook about the decisions she and her adopted daughter took to find each Other. Stereo ........................
Tony Phelan and Kathy Galloway reach Carnac in Britanny, at the end of their Celtic journey. Stereo .......................
Today's programme visits Manchester Deaf Club, and Clive Mason hosts a discussion on the campaign for a deaf chief executive for the RNID and the British Deaf Association. With signing and subtitles. Rptd on Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo .
Language lessons. Today: language for shopping. Stereo .....................
Lesley Joseph looks at the significance
Of working capital. Stereo .....
The series that helps you acquire new skills. Today: learning to fly, and making cocktails. Producer Tina Fletcher ; Series editor Stephen Moss
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25. Stereo ...
John Humphrys and the team analyse the trends in British and European politics.
Editor Nelson Mews Subtitled ...................
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled ..
Double Shock. A devious duo exploits the dangers of electrical items in the bathroom, with murderous intent.
However the terrible twins' triumph will be short-circuited if Lt Columbo has his way. Starring Peter Falk
The BBC's right-of-reply programme presented by Sue Lawley . Call the hotline with your comments on 08 1 -74 3715.
The last semi-final, with guest judges Alastair Little and Janet Street-Porter.
Presented by Loyd Grossman.
See Children, page 60
A series for booklovers, presented by Griff Rhys Jones. Today, ex-champion jockey Peter Scudamore meets racing thriller writer Dick Francis , Victoria Wood reports from Norwich on why we need to safeguard Britain's libraries, and a biography of a killer virus comes under
Scrutiny. Stereo Subtitled ..............
This week's show includes a look at
Street Style - a major new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum , and at US designer Donna Karan 's new
London shop. With Jeff Banks , Brenda Emmanus and Caryn Franklin.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
RogerCasstles Stereo CLOTHES SHOW LIVE: will be taking place at the NEC Birmingham from 2 to 7 December. For information/ticket hotline ring 02 1-
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....
Pam Rhodes introduces West End
Praise from the Victoria Palace Theatre, London. Stars include Roanne Monte from Miss Saigon, Lon Satton from Starlight Express and Mike Doyle formerly of Buddy. Among the hymns are Come On and Celebrate and How Great Thou Art.
Producer John Forest ; Editor Helen Alexander
Emma Forbes visits the biggest fireworks display in the north east, where a collection is being made for
Children in Need. And Gavin Campbell reports from Nottingham on a new centre for blind children.
Producer Tom Brisley : Executive producer
John Getgood Stereo INFORMATION: fund-raising packs are available from [address removed]. Please enclose two first- class stamps. Details on Ceefax page 611.
The Last of the Uzkoks. Lord
Dunwich puts a valuable communion vessel into
Cavendish Auction Rooms, but his ownership is challenged by the Greek Orthodox Church.
See today's choices.
Written by Steve Coombes and Dave Robinson Producer Colin Shindler ; Director Ian McShane
* See This Week: page 7
A Bicycle Made for Three. Foggy, Clegg and Compo decide that one bicycle doesn really meet their combined transportation needs. With Bill Owen , Peter Sallis, Brian Wilde , John Comer , Jane Freeman , Joe Gladwin , Kathy Staff and Joe Melia. Written by Roy Clarke ; Producer Alan J W Bell
J W Bell
Out. When Chris gets leave from prison, it's a test for Tracey, a puzzle for Sharon and a shock for Dorien.
Written by Gary Lawson and John Phelps ; Director/ Producer Charlie Hanson
The epic love story innine parts.
5: Under the Counter. Bob is earning extra cash to keep Paula and Carol by runningfor a bookmaker in the factory. But their lives are turned upside down when Carol falls ill.
Written by Peter Ransley ; Producers Eileen Quinn and Alan J Wands ; Director Stuart Burge
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
Ruby finds that success has gone to
Joanna Lumley 's head when she hires her as co-host and discovers that she's dealingwithadiva. Meanwhile, star guest Jamie Lee Curtis is confined to the make-up room.
Director Ed Bye ; Series producer Clive Tulloh
Forgive Us Our Trespasses
Much of Britain's privately-owned countryside is being closed to the public in the name of conservation. Should the countryside become a precious museum-piece or do we all have the right to roam? With Joan Bakewell. Producer Liz Mclntyre ; Series producer
Michael Waterhouse ..........................
Comedy shown as part of the Movie Classics season starring Michael Caine
Alfie is happy-go-lucky, to the point of selfish amorality, as he moves from one easy conquest to the next.
Director Lewis Gilbert (1966)