Comedy spoof in which a secret agent must foil a plot to sabotage a new supersonic airliner. Hugh Drummond
RICHARD JOHNSON , Baroness
Helga Hagen DALIAH LAV I, Pandora BEBA LONCAR , Carl Petersen
JAMES VILLIERS , Miss Mary ROBERT MORLEY
. Mr Mortimer MAURICE DENHAM
Director Ralph Thomas (1969) * See Films: pages 71-76 **
Today Toyah Willcox explores the way women are defining their spiritual selves in preparation forthe 21 1 st century. Last in the series. Stereo ..........................
Guests include WBC heavyweight champion Frank Bruno. Including at
8.30 News; plus weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard ...........................................
Alison Hilliard visits St Patrick's College,
Maynooth in Ireland, and talks to Cardinal Cahal Daly.
Jack Ashley talks to comedian Eric Sykes , who has been deaf for over 30 years, and deaf headmistress Mabel Davis and Winifred Tumim , a hearing mother oftwo deaf daughters and ex-chairman of RNID. With signingand subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo...
A 20-part series of Spanish for beginners. 6: Adayinthe life of Madrid. Stereo.
Today, CD-Roms. DISK OFFER: a set of IBM compatible disks explaining multimedia is available by sending a cheque or PO for £10.99, made payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
Live magazine show with information on careers and hobbies. With Cheryl Baker , Howard Stableford and Toby Anstis.
Editor George Auckland PHONELINE: for information and advice ring
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Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week'sweatherat 12.25pm. stereo.
Political interview with John Humphrys.
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled .
The Case of the Posthumous Painter
Having pretended to be dead to lift the value of his work, an artist returns to claim his fortune and is murdered. With
Raymond Burr , and guest star David Soul.
Griff Rhys Jones is in Dublin, looking into the tragic life of Jonathan Swift. Plus, why Maeve Binchy is Ireland's most popular author, a visit to a writers' retreat and poetry from Paul Durcan.
This week, the Bride of the Year is chosen, Marie Helvin models the skeletons from her wardrobe, and a Glasgow shop that sells high heels for men. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Brenda Emmanus. Repeated tomorrow at 2.40pm
This week, the contestants are in the Cotswolds where they buy, sell, date and value, and arejudged by Antiques Roadshow experts. With Jilly Goolden. Director David dimming; Producer JannineWaddell
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton .......
Harry Secombe presents a special for Children in Need from Bendrigg Lodge near Kendal in Cumbria. Music comes from school assemblies around the country, and hymns include Sing
Hosanna and You Shall Go Out with Joy. Producer John Forrest ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 8.25am on BBC2
Boys Will Be Boys. William is dispatched to the bedside of an ailing aunt and finds himself embroiled in a spiral of mishaps.
See today's choices.
Dramatised from the Richmal Crompton books by Simon Booker : Producer Alan Wright
Director David Giles
♦Just Oliver: page 41
A series of shows featuring songs from musicals. Hosted by Gary Wilmot , with guests Robson and Jerome,
Bob Monkhouse , Paul Nicholas and Kim Wilde. With the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
Terry Wogan reports on the final preparations in Scotland, while Sue Cook and Gaby Roslin take a sneak preview of this Friday's extravaganza. Full details on page 118.
Producer Tom Brisley DONATIONS: you can make an early donation by phoning [number removed]
Comedy series about a woman vicar. Songs of Praise. The hymn singing programme is coming to Dibley but unfortunately there is no choir.
Geraldine Granger DAWN FRENCH, David Horton GARY WALDHORN , Hugo Horton JAMES FLEET,
Alice Tinker EMMA CHAMBERS, Letitia Cropley LIZ SMITH
, Frank Pickle JOHN BLUTHAL , Jim Trott
TREVOR PEACOCK , Owen Newitt ROGER LLOYD PACK
. Cecil SIMON MCBURNEY , Tristan Campbell
PETER CAPALDI , Ruth CONNIE HYDE , Bass GARETH VAUGHAN
, Doris Trott PATRICIA KANE
Written by Richard Curtis ; Director Dewi Humphreys Producer Jon Plowman
Third of a four-part drama, starring Ian Richardson
Urquhart's support is ebbing but then he has a flash of inspiration.
See today's choices.
Screenplay by Andrew Davies ; Producer Ken Riddington Director Mike Vardy
Geoffrey Booza Pitt:
Sir Bruce Bullerby:
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Pick a God, Any God. In the last ofthe series, Angus Deayton tests the theory that it's not "who you worship but how" In Britain, he meets a Marxist who performs a socialist magic act, and a woman who has made her house a home for sick hedgehogs. In Sri Lanka, he meets a gem dealer and a Buddhist monk who has the answerto happiness - don't look for it.
Director John-Paul Davidson ; Series producer
The Legacy of Nuremberg
On the 50th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials, Joan Bakewell chairs a debate from the original courtroom, examining the arguments for amnesty and retribution in dealing with war crimes. Joining herare Archbishop of Cape
Town Desmond Tutu, Bosnian foreign minister Mohamed Sacirbey , controversial French lawyer Jacques Verges , and British historian David Cesarani.
Series producer Anne Reevell ...............
Drama starring Meryl Streep, Charles Dance
Susan Traherne returns to Britain haunted by her experiences as a Resistance fighter in occupied France.
Susan Traherne: MERYL STREEP
Raymond Brock: CHARLES DANCE
Alice Park: TRACEY ULLMAN
Sir Leonard Darwin: JOHN GIELGUD
Sir Andrew Charieson: IAN MCKELLEN
Lazar: SAM NEILL
Mr Aung: BERT KWOUK
Villon: ANDRE MARANNE
Medlicott: IAN WALLACE
Randall: ANDY DE LA TOUR.
Michael: HUGH LAURIE
Director Fred Schepisi (1985)
See Films: pages 71-76
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