Philip Hawthorn tells the story of The Hard Hearted Governor.
David Frost interviews Labour leader Tony Blair and Conservative Party chairman Jeremy Hanley. Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts.
A series about mystical experiences. Today, is childhood a more spiritually enlightened time?
The series celebratingthe spiritual elements of life examines the legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer , executed for plotting to kill Adolf Hitler.
Last of a two-part documentary, in which
Lord Ashley of Stoke, the world's first deaf MP, talks to deaf Canadian MP
Gary Malkowski. With signingand subtitles.
Rptd on Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2
The lifestyles and interests of the retired. With Marti Caine , Valerie Singleton and John Noakes . Rpt Stereo ..............
Short stories from France based on a single word.
A series in which Tom Vernon cycles through France. Today, he is in Alsace.
Today, making a point effectively. Hosted by Danny Baker.
Rural issues, with John Craven.
Plus the week's weather at 12.25.
John Humphrys and the team analyse political trends at home and abroad.
Presenter (On the Record):
Editor (On the Record):
Western adventure, starring
Lee Van Cleef , Stefanie Powers
Chris is on the right side of the law and he wants to stay that way. But when his wife is kidnapped it looks as though history is going to repeat itself. With William Lucking , James B Sikking.
Director George McCowan 1972) Subtitled ... ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 59-64
Three more contestants compete in the series for aspiring amateur cooks. Hosted by Loyd Grossman , with chef Brian Turner and former eventing champion
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* See Brian Turner : page 34
Bobby Charlton appeals on behalf of the British Disabled Water Ski Association.
Rptd Friday at 3.30pm
Donations: The British Disabled Water Ski Association, [address removed] Tel: ([number removed])
From Wymondham in Norfolk, where the exhibits include a Georgian dining table, local Lowestoft porcelain, a baffling stone garden-statue, and a landscape painting purportingto be the genuine work of John Constable. - Presented by Hugh Scully. Producer Christopher Lewis
* See Antiques: page 39
With Moira Stuart. (Subtitled)
Weather Rob McElwee
Fiona Wight , BBC Radio 2 Choir Girl of the Year, joins the villagers of Goudhurst in Kent in their ancient parish church to sing hymns including All Creatures of Our God and King, For the Beauty of the Earth and Beauty for Brokenness. With Henry Sandon.
Producer Simon Hammond ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated on Thursday at 2. 1 Opm on BBC2
Jean intervenes when she senses problems in Judith's new romance, but her well-intentioned actions lead only to further complications for her daughter.
Last in the comedy series from 1985.
Rodney's bid for rock stardom is encouraged, promoted and then destroyed by Del. With David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Buster Merryfield, Daniel Peacock, David Thewlis and Mike Read.
Last in the present series, starring Robert Carlyle
Hamish learns that true love is close at hand when he risks his life to rescue a group of climbers endangered by their expedition leader.
See today's choices.
Written by Julian Spilsbury
Mike Beard sail:
Major Roddy Maclean:
With Michael Buerk. (Subtitled)
Weather Rob McElwee
The fate of the German Fuhrer in the final days of the Second World War has been shrouded in mystery. But with the uncovering of previously secret Soviet files detailing "Operation Myth", the truth is revealed.
See today's choices.
Unearthing the Truth: page 30
Tonight's subjects at Salisbury
Cathedral areformerwortd heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis , Lord
Chancellors from 1885-1940, British wildlife, and rocket pioneer
Robert Goddard. Magnus Magnusson asks the questions.
Director David Mitchell ; Producer Penny Cowell Doe
Welcome to Happy Valley
Prozac is the most prescribed anti-depressant in America and psychologist Jim Goodwin wants people to know all about the "wonder" drug he is on a mission to promote as a panacea for depression. The human-interest series travels to
Wenatchee, Washington - known as Happy Valley because of the large numbers takingthe drug nicknamed
"liquid sunshine" - to meet him and his opponents, who denounce him as peddlinga dangerous substance. Director Paul Sapin ; Series editor John Drury
Prozac Diary istomorrowat 11.20pm on BBC2.
Romantic comedy starring Amy Irving, Peter Riegert
Isabelle Grossman is an attractive, 33-year-old Jewish woman. She's not looking for a husband - and even if she was, he wouldn't be running a a pickle business. (1988)
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Dr Chris Kitchin joins Patrick Moore to discuss the birth of stars.