Shown yesterday at 10.45pm Stereo ......
David Frost interviews the week's news makers, and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard. ...............................................
The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu delivers the sermon on The Parable of the Good Samaritan to a cosmopolitan congregation of archbishops at a lenten service live from St Martin-in-the-Fields,
London. With Jeremy Vine.
This week's programme looks at the case of a 3 yearold with a cochlear implant. With signingand subtitles.
Rptd on Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2
Immigrants describe life in their adopted French homeland. Last in the series.
Comedian Jenny Eclairtries to master a new language. Last in the series.
In the second of four programmes on legal services, barrister John Taylor and a jury of 12 viewers examine mediation as a method of resolving marital disputes.
This week, Elaine C Smith looks at how the environment can dramatically diminish or increase life expectancy.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week'sweatherat 12.25. Stereo ...
Weekly political analysis. John Humphrys interviews Welsh Secretary John Redwood.
Editor Nelson Mews Subtitled ...................
Live from Goodison Park, the FA Cup sixth-round clash between Everton and Newcastle
United. Plus highlights from Old
Trafford where defending champions
Manchester United face QPR. Followed by the semi-final draw, live from Lancaster Gate. Commentary by Barry Davies with Trevor Brooking. Hosted by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill.
See today's choices.
Jeff Banks travels to the Falklands to lend his expertise to the islanders' efforts to produce a new woollen garment. They are hoping that the islands will join the cluster of names immortalised by knitwear, such as Shetland and Aran, and that the economy will be given a boost. It's a race against the clock to finish in time for the fashion finale at Stanley Town Hall.
From Basingstoke, the exhibits include a collection of Sir Walter Scott 's letters, a Japanese banana modelled in ivory, a 19th-century marble table rescued in a house clearance and two Victorian dog paintings. Plus the final competition question. With Hugh Scully. Producer Christopher Lewis
# Win a weekend in Dublin: see page 28 and Frances Lynas : page 29
With Moira Stuart ,
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Internationally renowned American evangelist Billy Graham launches his ambitious Global Mission by talking frankly with Steve Chalk about his lifetime's work and how, afflicted with Parkinson's Disease, he isfacing up to the prospect of death. Also featuring Cliff Richard , whose first public declaration of his faith was made at a Billy Graham crusade. Music from the parish church of Jesmond, Newcastle, includes To God Be the Glory, All Hail the Power of Jesus's Name, Who Can Cheer the Heart, How Great Thou Art, The Lord's My Shepherd and May God's Blessings Surround You.
Producer Roy Francis ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated on Wednesday at 2. 1 0pm on BBC2
Romantic comedy series starring Judi Dench , Geoffrey Palmer American producers ask Lionel to spice up his mini-series scripts.
Written by Bob Larbey ; DirectorSydney Lotterby Executive producer Philip Jones
The Mystery of Pikey. Local notables pressgangCrabbe into bringing to book the "yob" they believe to be responsible for a spate of burglaries. But there's more than one sort af yob.
Written by John Milne ; Producers Chrissy Skinns and David Wimbury ; Director Danny Hiller
* Richard Griffiths 's Kind of Day: page
PC Dave Storer:
Classic comedy from 1983.
An old and not-so-dear schoolmate returns to Peckham intent on catching up with Del and his cronies.
With David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Lennard Pearce.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Romantic comedy starring Billy Crystal, Meg Ryan
"Men and women can't be friends. The sex part always gets in the way." This is Harry's philosophy on life. Sally doesn't agree with him about this or anything else. But as the mismatched couple repeatedly encounter each other over the next few years, each has occasion to change their views. Could this possibly be the start of a beautiful friendship?
Film Reviews pages 42-46
The Price of Peace
Newly democratised South Africa is heading for another dilemma with potentially explosive consequences.
Members of the police "death squads" and black activists alike are all waiting to hear whether they will be pardoned for violent acts committed under the apartheid regime. Should their victims' expectation that justice be done get swept aside in order to unite black and white? Hosted by Joan Bakewell. Producer Nick Stuart ; Series producer Michael Waterhouse ....
Zero Mostel, Gene Wilder
An accountant suggests to his
Broadway-producer client that one way of makingsome quick cash is by putting on a likely stage flop and claimingthe insurance money.
However, the theatre-goers prove to be a rather unpredictable lot.
Director Mel Brooks (1968) Subtitled ..... * FILM REVIEWS pages 42-46
Hold me, touch me old lady:
Roger De Bris:
Lorenzo St Du Bois: