The chef is missing one vital ingredient when the cameras roll to film his cookery class.
The Roundabout Stop.
Morris is feeling melancholy, while Milly haschickenpox.
Puppet comedy drama. Mr Leggit is planningto sell Mortimer.
This week, Justin Webb 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 .........................................
Caron Keating explores the Isle of Wight before the series ends in Yarmouth with a celebration of gospel music led by soul singers Ruby Turner and David Grant.
Jan Rydicher 's personal view of the Navajo, a native American tribe, forms the final programme from Danish TV for deaf people. With signing and subtitles.
RepeatedTuesday9.55amonBBC2 Stereo .
The Main Attraction
Narcissistic teenage athlete Brad Bender has convinced himself he will be named this year's school Prom King. But his comeuppance aVrives in freakish fashion.
Live coverage from Trent Bridge of the fourth day's play in the Fifth Test between England and the West Indies. Introduced, by Tony Lewis. Stereo.....................
The latest rural, environmental and agricultural concerns, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.26pm.
The twisting track of the Hungaroring in Budapest is the setting for live coverage of the Hungarian Grand Prix, introduced by Steve Rider. Few opportunities to overtake will present themselves in the tenth round of the world championship, currently commandingly led by Michael Schumacher. Highlights can be seen at 8.50pm on BBC2.
Omnibus edition. Mark's gambling habit reaches dangerous levels.
The fifth championships draw to a close with further live coverage from
Gothenburg. The British men will be hopingto successfully defend the 4 x metres relay title they won four years ago when Roger Black led his team-mates home to push the formidable Americans out ofthe gold medal position. The US challenge, though, led by the redoubtable Michael Johnson and Butch Reynolds , will likely line up as prohibitive favourites in the Ullevi Stadium. Timings: 4.55
Women's 4 x 400 metres relay; 5.30
Men's 4 x 400 metres relay. stereo .
With Huw Edwards. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
6.20 Regional News .................
The world's top golfers gathered at St Andrews last month for the British
Open. Pam Rhodesasked some of them, including Bernhard Langerand Corey Pavin , how Christian beliefs influence theirapproach to the sport. This evening's hymns, a selection of which are sungfrom the stand overlooking the famous 17th hole, include: Lord Who in Thy Perfect Wisdom;
Forth in Thy Name; Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven; and Praise the Lord! Producer Andrew Barr ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated on Wednesday at 1.15pm on BBC2
Alex tells Jill that Sarah knows of their affair; Stephen reacts badly to Anita's revelations; and Sarah comes up with an unusual proposal to prevent the collapse of the plans forthe adoption.
For cast see Monday Stereo
Is the funny bone on your arm, up your nose or somewhere else entirely?
Three contestants try to second-guess children's unpredictable responses to such questions. With Ronnie Corbett. Director Rick Gardner ; Producer Danny Greenstone
An Inspector Stays. The police want to use Tracey and Sharon's home as the base fora surveillance operation.
Episode written by Laurence Marks , Maurice Gran Director Terry Kinane ; Producer Charlie Hanson
Fifth of a six-part comedy-drama series focusing on the lives of volunteer soldiers in the Territorial Army.
Diesel's Out of Body Experience. An alleged glimpse of the hereafter leads to a religious crusade in Roker Bridge for Diesel. It takes Lloydy to put the mystical affair in its proper perspective.
Written by Tim Firth ; Producer Chris Griffin ; Director Betsan Morris Evans Stereo Subtitled. * Competitions and Offers: page
Mrs Heron Man:
Grass Seed Man:
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ..............
Thetimeless appeal of the comedy double-act is remembered in this compilation of vintage sketches.
Highlights include a reinterpretation of The Legend of Dick Turpin , a running battle with Robin Day, superstar Elton John as a humble rehearsal pianist, and newsreader Angela Rippon revealing a hitherto unseen talent. Morecambe and Wise Show producer
Blackburn Rovers v Everton
Highlights of today's FA Charity Shield from Wembley.
In the curtain-raiser to the new soccer season, Premiership champions Blackburn take on FA Cup winners Everton. Commentary Barry Davies, Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Tony Gubba. See today's choices. Producer John Shrewsbury; Editor Brian Barwick
BBC VIDEO: Match of the Day - a Celebration of 25 Years of Goal of the Season, 7.48. available from retailers from 4 September.
The Andrew Duncan interview with Alex Ferguson : page 14
See Alan Hansen : page 26
Richie Benaud introduces fourth day highlights from Trent Bridge of England the West Indies. Stereo ..........
Comedy drama directed by and starring Alan Aida with Ann-Margret Steve and Jackie Giardino are single again. Fortoo long, sour Steve has been more concerned with his work than his wife, so now they are both thrust into new lives neither is prepared for. While Steve dyes his hair, smartens up his act and hits the singles scene with menopausal vigour, Jackie yearns for something more fulfilling.
(1988) Subtitled ............................. * FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
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