With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Justin Webb at the Labour Party
Conference and Sara Coburn in the studio. Timetable on Monday
Conundrum (part 2). In the last in the series JR sees what life would be like had he never been born. Rpt Subtitled .
Kew. Rula Lenska looks at some of the attractions at the internationally famous gardens at Kew. Rpt ....................
Nick Ross presents live coverage from the Labour Party Conference in Brighton. With Anne Perkins and Jon Sopel. Coverage continues on BBC2 at 2. 10pm. Including at 11.00 and 12.00 News
Western adventure series.
The Seige. The French are closing in on the English at Fort Bennington.
Hawkeye LEE HORSLEY. Elizabeth LYNDA CARTER.
Chingachgook RODNEY GRANT. TaylorGARWIN
John McCarthy and Sandi Toksvig sail from Barra to Orkney.
Challenging general knowledge quiz. With Philip Hayton.
Otis the Aardvark introduces three cartoons for younger viewers.
Paul and Barry decide to invent alternative methods of generating power. Rpt stereo .....
Game show where adults are made to suffer. Today, children's presenter Chris Jarvis gets the gunge treatment. With Dave Benson Philips. Stereo Subtitled
Return of the six-part comedy drama about a pirate family. Gran wants to gather her old cronies together, but Roger is determined not to let Grog Blossom Kate aboard his ship.
Written by Rebecca Stevens and PeterTabem
♦ See Children: page 68
Grog Blossom Kate:
Environmental Health Officer:
Man in the sack:
Diane-Louise Jordan and Tim Vincent present a special report from the Summer expedition to South Africa.
A mystery intruder is on the prowl in Ramsay Street. Lou's "Fight the Freeway" rally is a huge success - much to Cheryl's chagrin.
Shown at 1.30pm Stereo
Serendipity Ren- Gottlieb:
Big Kev Rebecchi:
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ....................
Michael Aspel springs more surprises and reunions on unsuspecting guests. Director Brian Klein ; Producer Malcolm Morris
Continuingthe chance to see the third series of this gentle comedy.
Jean is concerned when Lionel seems to be short of work, but he hasn't been keeping her fully in the picture.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Producer Sydney Lotterby Executive producer Phillip Jones
Anne Robinson presents the series which allows viewers to heap praise or pourscom 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: firstname.lastname@example.org Producer Bernard Newnham
The series which explains it all, with Eamonn Holmes and Jenny Hull.
How do they get a troupe of 47 penguins to singand dance with comedian Jack Dee in that TV commercial? Plus, how monster maker Bob Keen makes ghastly ghouls for horror movies, how Greenpeace activists manage to grab headlines on every campaign they mount, and how young classical violinist Vanessa Mae was transformed into a chart-topping pop star.
Producers Gill Stribling-Wright and Martin Lucas Executive producer Alan Boyd
With Peter Sissons. subtitled Regional News
Weather Michael Fish ..................
More fast-moving comedy and sharp-edged sketches from Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones.
In a programme originally scheduled for 13 September, Dinsdale Landen plays an unintelligible country squire when he joins Mel and Griff. The duo discuss the joys of body piercing and present sketches including a comic look at the law of probability. Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer
JonMagnusson Stereo Subtitled ........
The turbulent changes of the 20th century from the point of view of ordinary people.
Tonight, a look at growingtensions in the years between the two World Wars. See today's choices.
Producer Daniel Bhttain-Catlin ; Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta ; Repeated next Monday on BBC2 Stereo
♦ Lost Peace: see page 43
Oscar-winningfamily drama, starring Donald Sutherland
Mary Tyler Moore
The Jarrett family is affluent and seemingly in control, except, that is, for Conrad. The death of his brother in a boating accident has left scars on the family that no amount of money or love can remove. For all ofthem, the future is farfrom ordinary.
Director Robert Redford (1980)
♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 75-80
Adventure drama starring
Mike Christie is a gambler in trouble. Takingthe biggest risk of his life, he plans to hold his boss to ransom fora a million dollars.
Director Barry Pollack (1973) ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 75-80