Another double bill of fantastic tales, Moving Day and Without Diana.
David Frost's guests this week inctude author Gore Vidal. inciudingat 90.30 News; plus weather forecast.
Senes editor Barney Jones; Executive editor Tim Orchard Gore Vidal is profiled on Omnibus tomorrow at 10.40pm
Today, "Gladiator" and former Olympic heptathlete Judy Simpson, who is joined by TV presenter and ex-hurdler Kriss Akabusi, talks with Alison Hilliard about the spiritual turning point in her life.
A took at whether deaf people are getting fair access to justice following three recent court cases which have been affected by major interpreterdifficuities. With signing and subtitles.
RepeatedTuesday )2noononBBC2 Stereo.
Live coverage of this morning's round of the 36-hole final of the World Matchplay Championship from Wentworth.
Commentary by Peter Alliss, Alex Hay, Dave Marr and Mike Hughesdon. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25pm.
Following last week's Conservative Party Conference, Defence Secretary Michael Portillo is interviewed by John Humphrys.
Ted comes face to face with his past and Michelle has some news for Geoff.
A final wartime mission for the teenage adventurer, with Sean Patrick Flanery.
Istanbul, September 1918.
Indy's secret peace mission in Turkey is endangered by a traitor. The young agent's ties also complicate his love life - with tragic consequences.
The BBC's right-of-reply programme examining viewers' concerns and complaints, presented by Sue Lawley. Call the hotline with your comments on [number removed], or e-mail on: [e-mail address removed]
This week features the third and last semi-final, and it is judged by Chef of the Year Paul Heathcote, BBC's Live and Kicking host Emma Forbes and the presenter Loyd Grossman.
This week, a look at the work and expertise of the pattern cutter, a report from Milan on the spring/summer 96 collection, and the art of making fake fur in Germany. With Jeff Banks, Caryn Franklin, Brenda Emmanus and Ged Gray. Repeated tomorrow at 2.40pm
Th!s week, the contestants are in Northern Ireland where they buy, sell, date and value and are judged by Antiques Roadshow experts. Presented by Jilly Goolden.
With Moira Stuart. subhMeo
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Tonight's programme features hymns chosen by viewers. Sung !n Coventry
Cathedral by Warwickshire choirs, they include How Great TDou /trt, Lord of All Hoperu/ness and VDe Day TDou
Gavest. introduced by Pam Rhodes.
EdftorHe!en Alexander Rctdtomorrow8.25am.BBC2
Compo, Clegg and Foggy find themselves on a quest for scientific knowledge.
Kathy StaffIvy: Jane
in the last programme of the series, Anneka Rice rescues two African lions from Athens and has just 61 hours to create a new home for them in Kent.
With five weeks to go before Pudsey's big night, Terry Wogan and Sue Cook took at how some of the Â£16.2 million raised last year was spent, and money-raising schemes for this year.
Producer Tom Brisley Stereo Subtitled.. INFORMATION: fundraising packs available from [address removed] or by phoning [number removed]
Hyacinth is excited to learn that Emmet is rehearsing for an amateur musical. Written by Roy Clarke
Fourth in a six-part adaptation by Andrew Davies of Jane Austen's novel
Starring Colin Firth, Jennifer Ehle, Alison Steadman, Julia Sawalha
Darcy and Elizabeth are both in states of wild agitation after their last meeting.
See today's choices.
Rptd next Sat on BBC2 Stereo Subtitled
Susannah Harker's Kind of Day: p 146
Pride and Prejudice
9.00pm BBC1 After his fumbled proposal which ended the last episode, Darcy is gloomy while Lizzie is furious. But as hidden facts come to light, it seems that Lizzie's prejudice against Darcy may be a little misguided. For one thing, there's the embarrassing discovery that the handsome Wickham is a fraud and a schemer. And then Lizzie meets Darcy on his home territory in Derbyshire and finds him a very different person altogether.
Susannah Harker, who plays older sister Jane, talks about My Kind of Day on page 146.
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A six-part documentary series. presented by Angus Deayton, which each week explores a different aspect of happiness.
This first programme looks at ways to become a happier person.
See today's choices.
A bit of what you fancy: page 32
For centuries the Turin Shroud - the ultimate relic - was thought to be the image of the crucified Christ. In 1988, the shroud was scientifically proved to be a fake but this has merely fuelled a new controversy. While some search for evidence to authenticate the shroud, for others the burning questions are what is it, who made it and why? Producer Nikki Stockfey; Series editor
Richard Denton (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Suspense thriller starring Mary Steenburgen, Roddy McDowall
Aspiring actress Katie McGovern jumps at the chance of a part in a new movie. But it looks as if Katie has landed a lead role in her own murder.
See Films: pages 61-68 ***
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Fibres of Light. Dr Russell Cannon ta!ks with Patrick Moore about the Anglo-Australian Observatory telescope's new facility. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
Repeated Thurs 5.40pm, BBC2