Featuring FA Cup second round ties.
Shown yesterday at 10.45pm Stereo ......
Today, a look at the digital darkroom. With Vanessa Collingridge. DISK OFFER: a set of IBM compatible disks explaining multimedia is available by sending a cheque or POfor £10.99. made payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
With guests MPs David Mellor ,
John Hume and David Trimble. Including at
8.30 News; plus the weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard ....
The first of a series of Advent services comes from King's College Chapel, London, and is led by the Rev
Tim Ditchfield , with a sermon from the Dean of King's, the Rev Richard Burridge.
Presented by Fiona Castle .
Today, a look at the work of a hearing concern adviser, how deaf charities are affected by the National Lottery, and behind-the-scenes of a See Hear programme. With signing and subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2
A 20-part series of Spanish for beginners. 8: Healthcare for poor people in a barrio of Guadalajara, Mexico.
The live magazine show with tips on careers and hobbies. With Cheryl Baker , Howard Stableford and Toby Anstis.
EditorGeorge Auckland PHONE LINE: for information and advice ring free on [number removed]. Lines open from 1 lam to 3pm.
Rural issues with John Craven. Pius the week's weather at 12.25pm. Stereo.....
John Humphrys questions another senior politician. Including at 12.30 News.
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled..
Coverage of this year's Smash Hits pop awards ceremony, attended by a host of stars including Take That, Mariah Carey , Robson and Jerome, Seal, Pulp, East 17, Boyzone, Shaggy, PJ and Duncan, and Radiohead.
Presented by Andi Peters.
Director/Producer: Julia Knowles
Griff Rhys Jones visits Cardiff in search of Roald Dahl 's Welsh childhood. Plus, a day in the life of a hospital library trolley, a look at the success of Dr DG Hessayon who sells a Garden Expert book every minute, and poetry from RS Thomas.
Reports from Clothes Show Live, the world's biggest public fashion show. With Jeff Banks, Caryn Franklin, Brenda Emmanus, Ged Gray and Ann-Marie Gwatkin.
Repeated tomorrow at 2.40pm
CLOTHES SHOW LIVE EVENT: at the NEC in Birmingham from 1-6 December. For tickets ring [number removed] See This Week: page 13
This week, the contestants are in Cardiff where they examine some Welsh porcelain, choose antique luggage for a trip back in time, and explore the contents of some terrace cottages. Experts from the Antiques Roadshow act as the judges.
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
On the first Sunday in Advent,
Pam Rhodes visits Londonderry to see how people are preparingfor Christmas. Miriam Stockley sings Son of Maria, and Frances Tomelty delivers the readings from St Eugene's Cathedral. Hymns include Of the Father's Heart Begotten, 0 Uttte Town of Bethlehem and Hills of the North, Rejoice!
Producer Maurice Maguire ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 8.25am on BBC2
Fourth of six newepisodes
William and the Old Man in the Fog
Afortune teller predicts that William's brother Robert is going to receive a sizeable legacy from an old man he once helped in the fog. William soon spreads the news, and the Browns suddenly become very popular.
Mrs Bott even encourages her niece Peggy to secure Robert's attentions.
Dramatised from the Richmal Crompton books by Simon Booker : Producer Alan Wnght
Director David Giles
Last in the series of shows featuring favourite songs from stage and screen musicals. Hosted by Gary Wilmot , with tonight's special guests Cliff Richard , Cy Coleman , Eternal and Bonnie Langford. With musicfromthe BBC Concert Orchestra.
Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
Comedy series about a woman vicar. The Window and the Weather. The village of Dibley is hit by a storm and Geraldine is horrified to discover that a tree has crashed through the main stained glass window of St Barnabus's.
Written by Richard Curtis
Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Jon Plowman
Weather Peter Cockroft .............
A drama, set in the Second World War, which tells the story of a passionate love affair between a young, married Englishwoman and a black GI. See today's choices.
Written by Pablo Fenjves and Bryan Goluboff
Producers David M Thompson and John Smithson
Director Paul Seed
See This Week: page 9
Has feminism created a dangerous moral imbalance?
Joan Bakewell hears the views of a growing number of men who think it's time to fight back, including a founder member of the UK Men's Movement. See today's choices.
See Polly Toynbee : page 14
Mystery, showing as tribute to Robert Stephens who died last month.
As a newly discovered memoir of Dr
Watson reveals, there was a time when Sherlock Holmes 's erratic nature proved even more annoying than usual. Then the celebrated sleuth takes on an investigation that leads to a mystery that lurks in Loch Ness.
Director Billy Wilder 1970) * See Films: pages 73-80 *****
Dr John H Watson: