Napoleon and Illya fall prey to a madman who is plotting to destroy all the vineyards in France.
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers with the help of his guests.
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
The third of four programmes for Advent comes from a community church in Bromley-by-Bow, London. Presented by Rosemary Hartill.
This week, a group of young deaf and hearing film-makers and a woman who learned to fly a glider after she became deaf. With signing and subtitles.
Rptd on Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2
Language lessons. Today, talking about where you live.
Another chance to see the short series about how to improve your memory, presented by Greg Proops.
Greg has problems remembering a name.
(Rpt) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Today: what the Prince's Youth Business Trust can do for you, how to be a private investigator and Ruth Rendell on writing a mystery thriller.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25.
John Humphrys and the team analyse the trends in British and European politics.
London 1916. Indy falls in love with an English rose who presents him with a thorny problem.
The penultimate episode of the six-part adaptation of Dickens's novel.
Shown last Monday. Final part on Monday at 9.30pm on BBC2
Former detective John Stalker investigates Ruth Rendell's most enduring character, Inspector Wexford. Also, a beginner's guide to second-hand book collecting. Presented by Griff Rhys Jones.
* See This Week: page 5
Jane Asher appeals on behalf of the National Autistic Society. Plus Cliff Michelmore and Joanna Kaye with the latest charity news. Repeated on Wednesday at 3.25pm
A look back at last week's Clothes Show Live, the winners of the Glad Rags 94 competition, the creative team who have been instrumental in designing the BBC2 look for Christmas, plus festive presents and accessories.
Six-part schoolboy drama series based on Richmal Crompton's stories.
Robert's invitation to the cricket week at Marleigh Manor presents a golden opportunity for William to advance his brother's fortunes.
Based on the stories by:
Sir Gerald Markham:
With Jennie Bond.
Weather John Kettley
From Northern Ireland. Pam Rhodes joins an ecumenical gathering in Clonard Monastery Church, just off the Falls Road in Belfast where hopes for lasting peace throughout Northern Ireland are currently high. Music includes Hark, What a Sound; Love Came Down at Christmas; and Whence is that Goodly Fragrance.
Rev[ised] rpt on Wednesday at 2.10pm on BBC2
The annual celebration of sporting achievement, this year celebrating its 40th anniversary, reaches its climax with the announcement of the 1994 BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
Chris Chataway won the first award, in 1954, and Linford Christie sprinted away with the trophy last year. The team of the year and overseas personality awards will also be presented. Introduced from the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London by Desmond Lynam, Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
See today's choices.
This sporting year: see page 32
As coverage is live, the subsequent schedule may change
With Peter Sissons.
Weather John Kettley
First episode of a two-part black comedy written by Nigel Williams.
Starring Robert Lindsay
Henry Farr, a Wimbledon solicitor, is desperate to rid himself of his wife. He settles on murder as his solution but, when the neighbours begin to drop dead at an alarming rate, Henry realises that killing people is not quite as straightforward as he first thought. Concluding episode next Sunday. See today's choices.
Andrew Duncan interview with Robert Lindsay: see page 16
Det Insp Russell Rush:
Dr Donald Templeton:
Andy de la
Since the Salman Rushdie affair, the religious Fatwa has been regarded by the non-Muslim world as an oppressive tool designed to silence dissent with the threat of death. But to Muslims it is central to Islamic life, guiding them through everyday existence.
Psychological thriller starring Stephanie Rascoe, John Davies
Julie Kenner is a housewife who avenges a traumatic experience under cover of a new identity.
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Patrick Moore is joined by Professor Alec Boksenberg to review a successful year for the Hubble Space Telescope.