Shown yesterday at 10.10pm
David Frost interviews Prime Minister
John Major , asking him how he plans to reunite his party and reinvigorate his government. Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard .........................................
Comedian Nick Hancock , actress Stephanie Cole and managingdirector of Birmingham City FC, Karren Brady are today's guests. Music from Mike Peters of the Alarm, and Irish singer lain Archer.
American author Harlan Lane discusses deaf issues around the world. With
Clive Mason. With signingand subtitles.
Rptd on Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo ....
In the short series about how to improve your memory, presenter Greg Proops learns how to remember numbers.
Today's edition, from Wales and Northern Ireland, reveals how to discover more about being an opera diva or a flying ace.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25. Stereo ...
The Inside Story. The making of the hit musical, including revealing interview with Barry Manilow.
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled .
Newcastle Utd v Blackburn Rovers
Live coverage of the top match in this season's FA Cup third round from
St James 's Park. Plus the live draw forthe fourth round. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. See yesterday's choices.
Highlights of Sheffield Utd v Manchester Utd can be seen tomorrow at 10.45pm Stereo........
A six-part adaptation of the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
2: Cedricand his motherarrive in Dohncourt where they are forced to live apart.
Adapted by Julian Fellowes
In the majestic surroundings of Truro Cathedral, the findings in the first of the new series include an early abacus in its original box, a collection of valuable Worcester plaques and a snuffbox made of local Cornish silver. Introduced by Hugh Scully. See today's choices. Producer Christopher Lewis
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John Bly : see page 29
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
From Fort William. Pam Rhodesjoins local mountain rescue volunteers who often risk their lives to save others.
Hymns include I to the Hills, 0 Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness and Be Thou My Vision.
Producer Stuart Miller ; Editor Helen Alexander
Repeated on Wednesday at 2. 10pm on BBC2
The Glory Hole. Foggy commandeers a bit of wartime nostalgia in the shape of a hole in the road, which has been abandoned by the council. Despite
Compo and Clegg's lack of interest, he lays claim to an old siren which he then exchanges for a genuine cedarflagpole.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer
Alan JW Bell Stereo
Sarah Lancashire (Raquel in Coronation Street), Elaine Paige ,
Courtney Pine and Nigel Planer appear in a special programme featuring songs from West End and Broadway shows.
With the BBC Concert Orchestra under the direction of Michael Reed. Hosted byGaryWilmot.
Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
Another chance to see the first series of the comedy by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran priorto a second series starting next month.
Rites of Passage. An unhappily married television engineerwanders down an alley and into a time warp. At first he thinks he is in a 1940s theme pub - then he meets Phoebe, the landlord's beautiful daughter.
Director Robin Nash ; Producer John Bartlett
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
The Meldrews decide to step up security on their home. But when the new locks jam Victor is confronted with a problem: how to break out of the house in time for the European Cup game at Wembley. Meanwhile, red-headed Millicent Miles, widow from the local greengrocer's, arrives on the scene with designs on Victor that are more animal than vegetable. Featuring a guest appearance by Barbara Windsor.
A dark, romantic comedy in four parts, about three couples whose secure lives are turned upside down by their struggles to find, keep and live with their nannies. 1: Sarah and David are the last of the group to succumb to hiring a nanny but, when confidences are broken on both sides, romantic betrayal and revenge lead to all-out domestic warfare.
And trouble awaits them all when the nanny mafia moves into action.
See today's choices.
Written by Sandy Welch ; Executive producers Caroline Oulton and Michael Wearing Director Tristram Powell
* Polly Toynbee : see page 14
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For Weddings and a Funeral... ?
Twenty-two million people in this country call themselves C of E but only use the church for weddings and funerals. With a cash crisis and falling clergy numbers, the Bishop of Durham has invited "anyone with an interest in Anglican affairs" to write to him with advice on the future structure of the Church. Everyman presentsa selection of video responses to the Church of England's dilemma. See today's choices.
Producer Chris Salt ; Series editor
JohnDrury Subtitled ........................
Drama of innocents going to war, starring
May 1915: Australian athlete Archy Hamilton resolves to help the Anzac war effort in the Dardanelles. Together with fellow countryman Frank Dunne , he makes an all-out effort to join the Light Horse, but finds the shocking reality of war farfrom the glory and heroism he had imagined.
Director Peter Weir (1981)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 39-44
The Youthful Universe? New results from the Hubble Space Telescope reveal afascinatingand unexpected puzzle surroundingthe age of the universe. Patrick Moore and Dr Shaun Hughes of the Royal Greenwich Observatory discuss the implications. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
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