chat show, with Stinky and Jake..
The Playbus stops at the Roundabout Stop. Rpt Stereo .....
18: In Uruguay, a look at a co-operative that is a commercial success. Stereo .
David Frost interviews news makers, and reviews the papers with guests. Including at 8.30 News; plus the weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
The first of six programmes examiningthe rituals of Lent travels to Leicesterto explore the significance of ashing. With
Rachel Hawthorn , stereo .............
Deaf youngsters offer views on video games. Plus, in Tinnitus Awareness Week, news of a round-the-clock helpline set up with Radio 3. With signing and subtitles.
Rptd Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo... TINNITUS HELPLINE: for details see Music Matters on Saturday at 5.45pm on Radio 3.
7: Talking about home and parents.
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Last in the current series of the magazine show giving information on careers and hobbies. Presented by Cheryl Baker , Howard Stableford and Toby Anstis.
SerieseditorTinaFletcher PHONELINE: for information and advice ringfree 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 asks shadow Foreign
Secretary Robin Cook about his policy on Europe. Includingat 12.30 News
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Disney version of the children's story, starring Hayley Mills
An orphan arrives in a small American town in 1912 to live with her aunt. Her cheerful outlook soon begins to lift the community out of the doldrums.
(1960, U) ****
See Films: pages 44-47
Aunt Polly Harrington:
Dr Edmond Chilton:
Rev Paul Ford:
Gavin Campbell appeals on behalf of World Vision, which is helpingthe people of Mozambique rebuild their lives after 17 years of civil war and hardship. Repeated tomorrow at 1 1.50am
DONATIONS: World Vision, [address removed]Orringfree on [number removed].
In Northern Ireland, jewellery designer Mary Dorran starts intertwining white and yellow gold for the Bride ofthe Year's wedding rings. Plus, there's information on two looks forthe spring, influenced by the French Riviera ofthe 1930s and by African game reserves.
With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin , Brenda Emmanus and Ged Gray.
Producer Karen Hughes ; Executive producer
RogerCasstles Stereo Subtitled .....
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather David Lee ...................
On the first Sunday in Lent, Pam Rhodes visits Cirencester in Gloucestershire to find out what the run up to Easter means to Christians. Hymns include Guide Me 0 Thou Great Redeemer, And Can It Be, 0 Praise Ye the Lord, My Song Is Love Unknown, I Cannot Tell and 0 Thou Who Camest from Above.
Producer Diane Reid ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 8.30am on BBC2
There's excitement in Weymouth, Dorset, when two paintings with a family connection turn up. One is by the English artist SirJohn Everett Millais and the other by his brother William Henry Millais. The other exhibits include a diningtable from the Arts and Crafts Movement and a clock which gives times of tides. With Hugh Scully. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer
Christopher Lewis ♦ See Antiques: page 33
Third of a six-part drama.
Father Clifford tries to encourage a reluctant groom to marry his bride. See today's choices.
Father Peter Clifford:
Timmy Joe Galvin:
Lionel and Jean visit the country for the weekend, and find that they have become local heroes. Last in series.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather David Lee ...................
Second of the four-part psychological thriller starring
Pauline Quirke. Part 1 was shown yesterday, part 3 can be seen next Saturday. See today's choices.
Goldie Hawn. Ruby goes to meet the actress in London's
Dorchester Hotel, and bumps into Charlton Heston on the way.
See today's choices.
Director Don Boyd ; Series producer Clive Tulloh
The Legacy of the Lost Peoples
This new series starts with a special edition focusing on the status of refugees. Over 50 million people have now lost their homes. At the headquarters of the United Nations High Commissionerfor Refugees in Geneva, Joan Bakewell discusses this situation with an international panel, which includes Minister of State at the Home Office Ann Widdecombe.
Producer Anna Laura Malago ; Series producer
As a reward fordiscoveringa fraud, Larry and Richard are invited to their boss Bernie Lomax 's beach house - only to find their host murdered. Larry Wilson ANDREW MCCARTHY, Richard Parker JONATHAN SILVERMAN , GwenSaunders CATHERINE
MARY STEWART , Bemie Lomax TERRY KISER, Paulle, the "Iceman" DON CALFA , Tina CATHERINE PARKS Director Ted Kotcheff (1989, 15) Stereo . ♦ See Rims: pages 44-47