With Paul Burden and Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday
Presented by Juliet Morris. Whatever
Happened to the Family? continues its investigation into family life with a look at the dilemma faced by the Church over the increasing breakdown of marriage.
Fordetails see Monday Subtitled .............
All the World Loves an Ice Cream
Delia Smith tackles a popular dish with recipes for a nougatine variety served with summer fruits, coconut with time syrup, and cooling ice cream sodas. Plus, there's advice on choosing an ice cream maker.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled..... BBC BOOK AND VIDEO: Delia Smith 's Summer Collection is available as a book and video from retailers.
Gastronomes Paul and Jeanne Rankin meetchefAidanMcGrathatAdare Manor in County Limerick and sample his classic braised ox cheek dish with parsley mash. The Rankins then prepare some of their own favourite traditional recipes.
A look at the extraordinary range of birdtables that can be found in Britain, from the backgarden of Buckingham Palace to the top of a North Sea oil rig. Naturalist and photographer
Chris Packham awards stars forthe best menu, best design and best service.
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Live coverage from Headingley of the first morning's play as England take on Pakistan in the second of three Cornhill Insurance Test matches. Introduced by Tony Lewis , with commentary from
Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David GowerandAsiflqbal. TV presentation Alan Griffiths
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
A comedy game show in which five celebrity guests assist two contestants as they compete in a range of word games. Hosted by Andrew O'Connor.
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Further live coverage from Headingley of the first day's play in the Second Test between England and Pakistan. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Brett sees Judy in a different light, while another Rebecchi comes back to town.
Shown at 12.35pm For cast see Wednesday
With Michael Buerk and Huw Edwards.
Weather Bill Giles.
Fordetails see Monday ....
More summertime leisure ideas.
Tonight, Kirsty Young and Ben Hall visit Strathclyde Country Park near Glasgow, host to the World Rowing Championships. Eamonn Holmes explores London's waterways; Chris Choi learns to be a cowboyon a ranch in Ireland;
Lata Sharma goes mountain biking in Wales; and there's a day trip to Boulogne. Producer Andrew Fettis ; Executive producer
Jane Lush Stereo
Carol and Alan are mystified by Sonia's behaviour, while David tries to convince Lorraine that Joe is his priority now.
This week's episodes written by Gerry Huxham and Christopher Reason
Producer Alison Davis ; Director Rob Evans
Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo Subtitled.
A five-part series following the work of the RSPCA WiIdlife Hospital in West Hatch, Somerset, which treats injured animals and returns them to their natural habitat.
Tonight, presenter Patrick Robinson meets new vet Peter Budd on his first day at West Hatch. It's early spring, and the first wild orphans are beginning to arrive - including Poppy, a badger cub.
(See today's choices)
(Casualties of the wild: page 6)
Featuring some bizarre interviews, including one with Paul Gascoigne ; the hazards of being a BBC camera operator; and more of the top 40 "Own Goals of All Time". Special guests are three-day eventer Ginny Elliot and comedian Eddie Large. With Terry Wogan. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Tom Webber
WithPeterSissons. Regional News
Weather Bill Giles.
Football comedy starring Gordon Kennedy When Jack is dropped from the cup team, he's spared the dirty tricks of the legendary striker Mambo.
Written by Ian Pattison ; Director/Producer
Colin Gilbert Stereo Subtitled ....
First of five programmes that delve into the top-secret world of the Ministry of Defence.
Top Brass. A look at the people in power and the decisions they make, including Defence Secretary Michael Portillo. See today's choices.
Director/Series producer Richard Bradley
Dudley Moore , Daryl Hannah
When an advertising executive starts writing ads that tell the truth, he is packed off to a sanitarium by his partner. The honest adverts are printed by mistake, proving hugely successful.
Director Tony Bill (1990, IS)
# See Films: pages 40-46 * *
Charles F Drucker:
Science-fiction comedy, concluding the short
Alien Invasion season.
Driving along a country road at night, a newlywed couple accidentally run over an alien and unleash a reign of terror. Director Edward L Cahn (1957)
Black and white ....
* See Films: pages 40-46 *