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 .........................................
A series in which Dr David Cook talks to people who have made life-changing or heart-breaking decisions. This week Allan Bland and Dr Jim Howe talk about their decision to end the life of 22-year-old Tony Bland four years after the Hillsborough disaster. Rpt Stereo.
On National Music Day, Linda Mitchell meets Radio 2's Don Maclean to discover what makes religious music popular. Also, choirboy Anthony Way sings The Lord's Prayer. (Stereo)
Magazine for people with hearing difficulties. Today, a discussion programme from Swansea on whether there should be so many deaf organisations. With signingand subtitles. Rptd on Tuesday 11. 15am on BBC2 Stereo ...
Lifestyle and interests of the retired.
Live coverage from Lord's of the fourth day's play between England and the West Indies. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Coverage continues on BBC2 in Sunday
Grandstand. Stereo ...................
Shadow education secretary, David Blunkett , talks to John Humphrys about Labour's plans for schools.
Editor Nelson Mews
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Live coverage of the climax of the European Cup final in Lille, France. Including
3.05 Women's 200 metres
3.15 Men's 200 metres
3.25 Women's 10,000 metres
4.10 Men's 5,000 metres
4.30 Women's 4 x 400 metres
4.40 Men's 4x400 metres
Commentary by David Coleman , Brendan Foster , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Producer Martin Webster
Today's programme looks at graduate fashion week as Britain's young fashion . designers show their graduating collections. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus.
Today, it's the second semi-final.
Presented by Loyd Grossman, with guests chef Stewart Cameron and broadcaster
See Stewart Cameron: page 47
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Don Maclean presents a live programme from Pebble Mill, Birmingham, to celebrate National Music Day. Including a variety of psalm-based songs including 0 Praise Ye the Lord and Praise Him on the Trumpet. Plus the winning entry from the Write a Psalm for Today competition.
Producer John Forrest ; Editor Helen Alexander
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.10am on BBC2
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 2
Three contestants try to second-guess children's often unpredictable responses to questions. With Ronnie Corbett.
Director Rick Gardner ; Producer Danny Greenstone
Written by John Cleese and Connie Booth
Basil has to deal with the world's worst hotel guest.
See today's choices.
Sixth of a seven-part drama series. Starring Suzanne Burden Richard Hawley
Ten Green Bottles. A mysterious death at the kennels leads to a terrifying discovery and a full-scale emergency.
Written by Tony Etchells ; Producer Tony Virgo
Director Charles Beeson
. Danny English:
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
Third of a five-part comedy-thriller written by Alan Plater and starring Alan Bates , Sinead Cusack
Why Did We Eat the Frogs? Oliver and Diane go through a mock wedding ceremony. Meanwhile Baxter is still on theirtrail.
Producer David Cunliffe ; Director GilesFoster
* Clement Freud entertains
Alan Bates : page 32
Tonight, from a Victorian banking hall in the City of London, where the specialist subjects are John Lennon , King
George V, Shakespeare's plays and Magna Graecia (the Greeks in southern Italy). With Magnus Magnusson. Director David Mitchell ; Producer
Penelope Cowell Doe
Life in the Freezer
Jennifer [text removed] has made history by being born nearly five years after she was conceived. She is one of thousands of babies frozen as embryos before being defrosted and born normally. Next year, doctors may be forced to dispose of frozen human embryos because the law allows them to be kept for only five years. Joan Bakewell asks what should happen to these embryos. Series producer Anne Reevell ; Editor
John Drury. ........................................ ♦See This Week: page 11
Live coverage as the US space shuttle Atlantis attempts to dock with the Russian space station Mir. With Howard Stableford and Shahnaz Pakravan , and experts, cosmonaut Helen Sharman , British born astronaut Michael Foale and Patrick Moore. See today's choices. Producer Philip Dolling ; Editor Edward Briffa
Youcanuseyourphone.faxorcomputertoput questions to the experts. Furtherinformation on Ceefax page 623. Stereo ...................
Highlights of today's play. Stereo.
Patrick Moore takes part in a flight aboard the KuiperAirbome Observatory. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
Science fiction comedy.
Driving along a quiet country roadatnight, newlyweds Johnny and Joan accidentally run over an alien monster and unleash a reign of revenge and terror which threatens the very existence of the earth.
Johnny STEVE TERRELL , Joan GLORIA CASTILLO ,
Joe FRANK GORSHIN , Larkin RAYMOND HATTON ,
Art LYN OSBORN. Doctor RUSS BENDER
Director Edward lCahn (1957) B/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 63-68