Shown yesterday at 10.45pm Stereo ....
14: Costa Rica as seen through the eyes
Of biologist Cabeto Lopez. Stereo. Suertos - World Spanish is at 8.00pm on Radio 4 LW
David Frost interviews Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Forsyth. Includingat
8.30 News; plus the weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard ....
Television writer and author Lynda La Plante talks to Mark Lawson.
Liberal Democrat MP David Alton talks to
Debbie Thrower about his Christian faith, and historian Tom Wright takes a fresh look at the Sermon on the Mount.
Today's items include a short drama starring a deaf child actor; a feature on two units attached to schools that have different approaches to communication; a look at the history of the disability act; and a day in the life of an adviserfor Hearing Concern. With signingand subtitles.
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3: The series that talks to French speakers around the world discusses money.
Postponed from Sunday 21 January Stereo Francophonie is at 8.45pm on Radio 4 LW
TRANSCRIPTS: fora booklet of transcripts, send a cheque or PO for £3.00, payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed].
Live magazine show with tips and information on careers and hobbies.
With Cheryl Baker and Toby Anstis.
Series editor Tina Fletcher PHONELINE: for information and advice ring free on [number removed]. Lines open from 1 1.00am to 3.00pm.
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus, the week'sweatherat 12.25pm. stereo..
John Humphrys puts senior politicians on the spot.
Including at 12.30 News
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled .
Highlights from Melbourne of the men's final in the Australian Open Championships. Open highlights, tomorrow 2. 10pm BBC2 ....
Sheffield United v Aston Villa
Coverage of this FA Cupfourth round tie from Bramall Lane.
Villa have been transformed from a side which narrowly missed relegation a year ago to one challengingfor honours at the top of the Premiership, while United have also undergone something of a transformation since Howard Kendall took over last month.
Plus, the draw for the fifth round of the FA Cup will be made aftertoday's tie. Commentary by Clive Tyldesley with Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. Series producer John Shrewsbury See also Match of the Day: the Road to Wembley tomorrow at 10.1 Opm
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Harry Secombe joins the congregation at the newly-built St Michael's Kirk in Dumfries, and finds out about the poet Robert Burns 's faith. He also discovers how Christians in Dumfries are forging a lifeline forthe children of Chernobyl.
Hymns include Praise to the Lord, Lobe den Herren, The Spirit Lives to Set Us Free, Amazing Grace, and Make Me a Channel of Your Peace.
Producer Andrew Barr ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 8.30am on BBC2
Discoveries in Stirling include a first edition of Beatrix Potter 's Peter Rabbit , a collection of Lalique glass, a pair of jade earrings, and a painting by a Scottish colourist. With Hugh Scully. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer
Christopher Lewis ♦ See Antiques: page 34
Fifth in a six-part series.
This Other Eden. When a spate of garden thefts hits Middleton, Fisher forces Crabbe to team up with the National Horticultural Division. See today's choices.
Written by Matthew Leys and Jim Doyle ; Producer Chrissy Skinns ; Director David Innes Edwards
♦ The Andrew Duncan Interview with Richard Griffiths : page 14
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
A four-part series set in a fishing village on the west coast of Scotland.
When McCaffrey arrives to sort out the local fish farm, no one knows whether he will be the plant's saviour or its assassin. See today's choices.
Written by Donna Franceschild
Producer Catherine Wearing; Director David Blair
* See This Week: page 8
Off Licence proprietor:
Imelda Marcos. In the first of a series of interviews, Ruby
Wax heads to Manila to track down the former dictator's wife
Imelda Marcos. See today's choices. Director Don Boyd ; Producer CliveTulloh
* See This Week: page 7
The Miracle Channel
An examination of the controversial
Christian Channel Europe (CCE), which has since October 1995 been broadcasting Christianity to Europe via satellite. Its founders, a born-again couple from South Africa, believe that God has personally called them to the task. But critics fear that the CCE may do more harm than good.
Producer Chris Mann ; Series editor Richard Denton
Political drama starring
Nick Nolte , Gene Hackman
War correspondents who covered the revolution in Chad find themselves reunited in Nicaragua in the late
1970s. One of them, an experienced photojournalist, becomes personally drawn into the conflict.
Director Roger Spottiswoode (1983) ♦ See Films: pages 43-46