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7.15 The hosts meet a beaver and a spider.
The bus halts at the Why Bird Stop. Rpt Stereo ...........
David Frost interviews the week's news makers, and reviews the Sunday papers with his guests, including at 8.30 News; plus the weather forecast.............
Live coverage of the 16th London
Marathon, the 26.2-miie race that starts at Greenwich Park in the south east of the city and finishes in the Mail by Buckingham Paiace. The elite women's race starts at
9.00am, the men's whee!chairmarathon at 9.25, the women's wheetchair marathon at 9.26, and the elite men's and mass race at 9.30. With commentary by David Coieman , Brendan Foster , Pau! Dickenson and Chris Haiiam.
Producers Martin Hopkins and Martin Webster
Ed!torDave Gordon Stereo..................
At St Stephen's in Twickenham, London, presenter Tina Heath joins the church congregation for a lively mix of music, praise and prayer. (Stereo)
The men's, women's and wheeichair races have now been won, but thousands ofc!uband fun runners are stii) heading towards the finishing hne. A one-mhe race is atso being run in aid of the British Heart Foundation by cetebrities, including rugby piayerWiii Carting, TV presenter
Diane-Louise Jordan , and actors Dervia Kirwan and Stephen Tompkinson. With
Sue Barker, Hazei irvine and Tim Vincent.
Hightights can be seen at 6.50pm on BBC2
Followed by Weather for the Week Ahead
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Jarvis Goodland, a collector of expensive rare plants, convinces his nephew Tony to fake his own kidnapping, thus allowing him to gain access to Tony's trust fund. When Tony turns up dead, Columbo investigates.
Cartoon mischief. Rpt...................
On the day that the Queen celebrates her 70th birthday, this fi)m uses home movie footage and rare archive fi!m to look back at her youth. Narrated by Ludovic Kennedy , with contributionsfrom roya! biographers
Sarah Bradford , Etizabeth Longford and Ben Pim !ott, and former !ady-in-wa!ting Pameta Hicks. See today's choices. Producer CatnneC!ay: Executive producer
Edward Mirzoeff B/WandCotouf Sut)MMed♦ Marriage, motherhood and monarchy: part two of our ser!a)!sat!on is on page 19; See a!so pages 125and
Ateacher. a watercress farmer and an enthusiastic painter are the contestants in the Wales and South West heat.
Presented by Loyd Grossman, with guests chef Sean Davies, art dea!er and former Masterchef winner
Derek Johns and actress Imogen Stubbs. Producer Richard Bryan; Executive producers Bradley Adams and Richard Kalms
COMPETITION: ring [number removed]. Premium rate call charges app)y. Maximum cat! duration 90 seconds. For rules send stamped addressed envelope to: BBC Audiocall. [address removed] See Sean Davies: page 36
With Moira Stuart. suMmed
Weather !an McCaskii! .............
From St Nicholas's Church in B!akeney on the north Norfolk coast. Pam Rhodes celebrates 900 years of the Norfolk diocese and exp)ores the history of Christianity in the area with former
Radio 4 presenter John Timpson. She atso looks forward to St George's Day on Tuesday. Hymns inctude Ye Ho<y ingots BrtgDt, God Moves /n a Mysterfbus Way, < Heard the Votce of Jesus Say and Tot; Out My Sou<. Producer Jem K!me; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at 8.30am on BBC2
A special edition from Aps!ey House, the London home of the Duke of Wellington. Hugh Scuiiy looks at the treasures the house holds and introduces some previously unshown highlights from the series, including a Dutchpaintingfoundontheftoorofa junk shop in the Hague and a toy steam engine that has setthe owner's kitchen ftooron fire more than once.
ProducerM!che!e Burgess: Executive producer
ChnstopnerLewis Stereo SuMWed .....3J♦ See Antiques: page 39
Fifth of a six-part series, starring Robert Carlyle
Grief and personal crisis take Hamish to a remote island. There, he meets an elderly woman who is trapped with an unexploded landmine under her foot. See today's choices.
Written by Daniel Boyle: Producer Deirdre Keir
Director Nicholas Renton
Welcome to tartanland: page 29
Deirdre Keir Director: Nicholas
Tracey finds it hard to cope when her son Garth admits he is dating Mrs Robinson, an older woman.
Sharon PAULINE QUIRKE,
Tracey LINDA ROBSON.
Dorien LESLEY JOSEPH.
Darryl ALUN LEW!S.
Chris PETER POLYCARPOU.
Garth MATTHEW SAVAGE.
Mrs Robinson SUSIE ANNE WATKINS
Written by Geoff Rowley;
Director/Producer Charlie Hanson
Rpt Stereo Subtitled.984995
Wtth Michael Buerk. suMiMeef
Weather ian McCaski!! .............
Crazed comedy, starring Leslie Nielsen
A consortium of energy producers p!ans to nobb!e an influential green spokesman, whose assistant happens to be Jane Spencer , the woman who previously broke Lt Drebin's heart.
Director David Zuckef (1991. 15)
See Films: pages 51-56 ****
Lt Frank Drebin:
Dr Meinheimer/Earl Hacker:
The first of a new five-part series of Everyman documentaries.
In January 1989, one of Tibet's most holy men, the Panchen Lama, died. It is the responsibility of the Dalai Lama to name the child who will be the reincarnation of the Panchen, but since the Chinese invasion of Tibet 40 years ago he has lived in exile and the Chinese government has sought to repress traditional Tibetan Buddhism.
The Dalai Lama did chose a boy to be the Panchen Lama but the child has disappeared. The Chinese have now enthroned their own choice, an act that could put the spiritual and political future of Tibet at stake.
Romantic drama starring Rebecca Jenkins, Luke Reilly
When her husband is captured by the Japanese at Singapore, Daisy Cooper's idyllic life in India is brought to a sudden end, so she returns to Canada.
Daisy Cooper REBECCA JENKINS. Max Gramley LUKE REALLY. Teddy Cooper MICHAEL ONTKEAN , SMm Godfrey STUART MARGOLIN. Pete WAYNE ROBSON. Frances Cooper ROBYN STEVAN
Director Anne Whee!er (1989. PG)
â™¦ See Films: pages 51â€•56 ***