The bus halts at the Tent Stop. Rpt Stereo ..................
6:Two businessmen from the southern region of Puglia tell Anna Mazzotti about their passion forfootball. Rpt ......
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.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor Tim Orchard. ...........................................
Maureen Plantagenet follows the sun from Stonehenge to Glastonbury Tor. Last intheseries. Rpt Stereo ...............
Bishop Patrick Kalilombe was exiled from Malawi in the 1970s and now runs a Birmingham-based organisation confronting racial conflict. He talks to
Brian Sibley about his work. Stereo.
Includingtoday, a police firearms officer who won compensation for losing his hearing at work and why an advertising agency used sign language in a campaign. With signing and subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2
This week, the wonders of e-mail and buying on the Internet.
Adam Hart-Davisfinds stories of pioneers of science and invention in the Midlands.
Today, pruning and how to increase stocks of plants forfree. With Helen Yemm.
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
Live coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix. The tight and twisty street circuit stages the sixth round of this year's Formula 1 World Championship, a year dominated by the Williams cars of Damon Hill and Jacques Villeneuve.
Highlights at 8.20pm on BBC2.
As coverage of the Grand Prix is live, subsequent programmes may be disrupted.
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled .
This week the Midlands heat, hosted by Loyd Grossman with guests, chef David Adlard and wine writerand broadcaster
JanciS Robinson. COMPETITION: ring [number removed]. Premium rate call charges apply. Maximum call duration 90 seconds. Lines open until 12 midnight on Wednesday. * See David Adlard : page 34
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
Pam Rhodes visits Avoca, County Wicklow, the settingforthe BBC 1 drama Ballykissangel. Including songs from Ireland's Daniel O'Donnell , music from Christian band lona, and hymns Christ Be Beside Me, The Lord's My Shepherd and How Great Thou Art.
Producer Maurice Maguire ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at8.30am on BBC2
Second offour programmes from the archives. Hugh Scully introduces an edition recorded in Salisbury in 1990, where the finds included a rare set of very valuable Paul Storr salt cellars. Producer Christopher Lewis
♦ See Antiques: page 39
Third in a ten-part family saga, starring Stephanie Beacham, Alison Steadman
October 1939: forfeiting Clifford's bail money puts the Slaters in serious debt to the Hamiltons. Tom Slater, however, adds blackmail to his burgeoning black-marketeering skills, threatening Dorothea with evidence of her husband's fascist tendencies.
See today's choices.
Are bitches back? page 20
Sir Cecil Mortimer:
Last in a selection of Barker and Corbett sketches, shown to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Two Ronnies.
Sharon and Tracey trade places, while Dorien's past threatens to catch up with her.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
The last of a four-part drama serial written by Dennis Potter.
Starring Albert Finney
Friday. Daniel now knows that his time is very short so he is urgently putting his complicated mission into place. Repeated tomorrow at 10pm on Channel 4. See today's choices.
Producers Kenith Trodd and Rosemarie Whitman
Director Renny Rye Stereo Subtitled . The four-part sequel, Cold Lazarus, begins on C4 next Sunday, with BBC 1 repeating it on Mondays.
Lady Ruth Balmer:
Arthur Pig Mallion:
Traditionally the sky has been the abode of the gods and the settingfor heaven. Modern day science has stripped away much of ourmythology, but there's evidence that many people - and some scientists - still have a need to believe in something above the clouds. From theology to ufology and cosmology to astrology, Everyman explores belief in the heavens above. Director Mark Jones ; Series editor Richard Denton
Young drifter Billy Turner returns to his home town in South Florida after a five year absence to discover his fatherhasbeen murdered. Billy sets out to unmask the killer.
Billy Turner JUDD NELSON. Annie Rayford ALLY SHEEDY, Joey Rayford DAVID CARUSO, Luther
Reynolds PAUL WINFIELD, Perry Kerch SCOTT WILSON
Director Michelle Manning (1986, 18)
♦See Films: pages 49-56 **