This week, Anna Ford interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers with her guests. Includingat 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Caron Keating looks at the role Christian faith has played in the development of the historic town of Ironbridge in Shropshire. Music from lain Archer, Dave Clifton and Andy Piercy.
In the fifth in a series for deaf people from Danish Television, Eva Abildgaard presents her view of a famous city in Ireland. With signing and subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo..
Comedy about the misadventures and rivalries of two couples taking part in the London-to-Brighton car rally.
Music written and played by Larry Adler. Alan McKim JOHN GREGSON. Wendy McKim DINAH
SHERIDAN, Ambrose Claverhouse KENNETH MORE. Rosalind Peters
KAY KENDALL , Traffic policemen GEOFFREY KEEN. HAROLD SIDDONS , J C CallahanREGINALD BECKWITH , Hotel proprietress
JOYCE GRENFELL. Elderly gentleman ARTHUR WONTNER
Director Henry Cornelius (1953) ................ # FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50
Rural concerns, with John Craven. Plus the week'sweatherat 12.26pm.
Noah's Ark. An animated retelling, with music, of the classic tale
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
' Comedy starring Burt Reynolds
"Bandit" is a maverick driver who never refuses a challenge - especially if his reputation is at stake - and no cop, or "smokey", is going to stop him. But
Sheriff Buford T Justice has other ideas.
Bandit BURT REYNOLDS. Came SALLY FIELD, Sheriff
Buford T Justice JACKIE GLEASON. Cledus Snow
JERRY REED. Junior Justice MIKE HENRY. Little Enos Burdette
PAUL WILLIAMS , Big Enos Burdette PAT MCCORMICK
Director Hal Needham (1977) Subtitled ... * FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50
Caught on camera this week: a wild wasp nest; sea-faring cormorants rearingtheiryoungin the heart of England; and otters on the Isle of Harris. See today's s choices.
* See This Week: page 7
Today, three young cooks from Wales are judged by host Loyd Grossman and his guests, chef Christopher Chown and best-selling writer Frances Edmonds.
Live coverage from Gothenburg of British team captain Linford Christie 's attempt to successfully defend the world 100 metres title he won two years ago in Stuttgart. He is likely to face swift opposition from Americans
Mike Marsh and Dennis Mitchell. In the 400 metres, Roger Black and his fellow Britons will be aimingto make progress as the one-lap race reaches the second round. Tonight's key events include at 5.25 the men's 400 metres second round; 5.55 the men's
1 00-metres final; and at 6. 1 the women's 400-metres semi-final.
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ....
Sarah comesface to face with her husband's mistress; Linda and Philip's displeasure with Paul shows no sign of subsiding; and Adam offers Tony some more business advice.
Forcastsee Monday Stereo Subtitled .....
Three contestants try to second-guess children's unpredictable responses to questions. Presented by Ronnie Corbett. Director Rick Gardner ; Producer Danny Greenstone
Another chance to see this 1993 series.
Tracey, Sharon and Dorien embark on a voyage of discovery.
Episode written by Peter Tilbury
(Rpt) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Fourth of a six-part comedy-drama.
Poison's Lilo. Eric comes to the rescue when an intoxicated and emotionally unbalanced Poison contemplates jumping off a cliff after his beautiful wife leaves him while he is away on a gruelling training course.
Written by Tim Firth
Producer Chris Griffin ; Director Betsan Morris Evans
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish ....
This year's competition climaxes in Edinburgh at the General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland, where the specialised subjects are: Abraham Lincoln; Ancient Egypt: the New Kingdom; Winter Olympic Games since 1924; and the Zulu War. With Magnus Magnusson. See today's choices.
Archive footage and first-hand accounts recall the horrors of Hiroshima and the suspected hidden American agenda behind the world's first nuclear attack.
See today's choices.
Producer Jeremy Bennett * See This Week: page 6
A special edition hosted by Joan Bakewell. An international panel of experts - including
Bruce Kent , Vice-President of CND, and Lord Terence Lewin , former Chief of Defence Staff- debate the ethics, the effectiveness, and the future of nuclear weapons. See today's choices.
Series producer Anne Reevell ; Editor John Drury
The next programme in The Bomb season, In Time's Shadow, is on Tuesday at 11.15pm on BBC2.
Police thriller starring
Following a prostitute's savage murder, Lieutenant Virgil Tibbs receives an anonymous phone call implicating the Reverend
Logan Sharpe -a local ministerand Virgil's friend. Tibbs istorn between personal loyalties and professional duty.
Director Gordon Douglas (1970) Subtitled . * FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50
Reverend Logan Sharpe: