With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb , and Juliet Morris at the TUC conference.
Timetable on Monday
The Odessa File. JR is determined to prevent the sale of Ewing Oil.
Viewers have their say on the day's news stories. With Ed Doolan.
PHONE LINE: [number removed] (calls charged at local rate).
Regional News; Weather
The Roundabout Stop.
With performances from the Clash, Buzzcocks, Damned. Stranglers, and Joy Division. (Rpt) (Stereo)
Regional News; Weather
Today: an informal garden on the slopes of the Dublin mountains.
First shown on BBC N Ireland
Fordetails see 9.50am Stereo ..............
Including at 12.00 News Regional News; Weather
Topical news quiz with Tom O'Connor.
Adventure and romance, starring
Lee Horsley and Lynda Carter. ............
John McCarthy and Sandi Toksvig reach Padstow in Cornwall.
Shown yesterday at 7.00pm Stereo SubtUed
Challenge general knowledge quiz. With
The interactive game
Show. For details see Tuesday Stereo .
Kevin learns to stand up for himself, and Anna and her brother reach the end of the road. Anna
JENNY LONG , Gordon ANDREW HENRY , Wendy
Wright AMELDA BROWN, Poppy AYESHAANTOINE.
Sarah-Jane LAURA HAMMETT , Miss Carver SALLY GEOGHEGAN
, Kevin GEORGE STARK , Julie MARGO SELBY
. Mr Robson STUART ORGAN . Dill ROCHELLE GADD
This week's episodes written by Diane Whitley
In the studio today, Thunderbirds puppets make an appearance before goingtoauction. Stereo Subtitled.
Danni on the campaign trail has Cody on the warpath. How committed is Mark to the course he has chosen?
Malcolm resents Sam's relationship.
Serendipity -Ren Gottlieb:
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
See Monday for details .............................
Lionel's s father is about to marry the equally eccentric Madge when his best man breaks his tibia. Into the breach steps Lionel whose strengths do not include jokey speeches.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Producer Sydney Lotterby Executive producer Philip Jones
Michael Aspel springs more surprises and reunions on unsuspecting guests. Director Brian Klein ; Producer Malcolm Morris
The series which explains it all returns, with regular face Jenny Hull and new co-presenter Eamonn Holmes. This week, how they made the advertisement where the lottery card winner takes a tumble down a skyscraper staircase, and how
Riverdance, the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest interval entertainment, has been turned into a hit show.
Anne Robinson presents the series which allows viewers to heap praise or pour scorn on recent BBC television programmes.
Write to Points of View, BBCtv,
London W 12 7RJ. Ortelephone/fax on (0181) [number removed]. The e-mail address is: email@example.com Producer Bernard Newnham
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley ...................
Dinsdale Landen plays an unintelligible country squire as hejoins Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones for a sketch in their new comedy series. Also including Mel and Griff's homage to film director
Quentin Tarantino , the old Etonian drug addict in line to inherit the title of the 17th Duke of Basildon, the perplexed paramedic who attends to the "woman who swallowed a fly", and Mel's revelation that his nipples are pierced. Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer
JonMagnusson Stereo Subtitled ........
Age of Hope
The first programme in a major new 26-part series which chronicles the turbulent changes of the 20th century as seen from the point of view of the ordinary people who have lived through them.
This first episode goes back to the turn of the century, a time of great expectation and a belief that progress would undoubtedly change people's lives for the better.
See today's choices.
Producer Jonathan Lewis ; Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta
Repeated next Monday on BBC2
* A century of change: page 22
Comedy drama starring
When cantankerous Frank finally retires, he leaves Melbourne for north Australia's warmer climes. With him goes long-suffering Frances, a middle-aged divorcee. Torn between lover and family, heraffectionsare strained - but it's Frank's heart which suffers more.
DirectorCarl Schultz (1986)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 43-48