7.45 Animation. Repeat...
8.10 Playdays The Playbus stops at the Roundabout Stop. Repeat Stereo...
David Frost talks with Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown on the eve of his party's conference. Including at 8.30 News; plus the weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones: Executive editor
Tim Orchard Stereo......................................
Noah Huntley visits the Christian Fellowship Church in Belfast where hejoins 200 young people for a" prayer bash",
Continuing his pursuit of heaven,
Brian Sibley talks to astronomer David Wilkinson about what is above the clouds.
Ruth Craig and Sarah Livermore , who are both deaf, report on their Atlantic crossing in the Tall Ships race. Signing and subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2
A visit to the Supreme Cat Show, the Crufts Ofthecatworld. Repeat
Documentary revealing why the shifting sands of the bleak Ythan estuary in north east Scotland is home to hordes of wildlife.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus, the week'sweatheratl2.25pm. Stereo.
As the last round of party conferences before the next general election begins, John Humphrys interviews the politicians who count. Including at 12.30 News.
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled ..
The celebrations marking the tenth anniversary ofChildline continue today with a pop feast featuring East 17, Louise, Outhere Brothers, 3T, Michelle Gayle , Ant andDec.andBoyzone. Introduced by Peter Andre and Gina G who also perform.
This week, the south east of England heat. With Loyd Grossman and guestjudges chef Nigel Haworth and actress and singer ToyahWillcOX. Stereo
The series chronicling the turbulent changes this century.
1948-Boomtime. Thestoryofthe postwar recovery. See today's choices.
Repeated tomorrow at8.05pm BBC2
4 Freedom and the car: page 15
Wendy Richard appeals on behalf of Dogs forthe Disabled. Plus, Gavin Campbell presents this month's charity news. Repeated on Tuesday at 5.50pm on BBC2
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With Chris Lowe.
Weather David Lee
6.15 Regional News
A harvestfestival edition from Bunbury, Cheshire. Hymns include Come, Ye
Thankful People Come, All Things Bright and Beautiful and We Plough the Fields and Scatter. Presented byPam Rhodes. Producer Michael Wakelin ; Editor Helen Alexander
This week's teams are in Amsterdam where they search for pieces of delftware, identify mystery maritime objects and select and value original Rembrandt etchings. Presented by Jilly Goolden. Director Paul O'Dell ; Series producer Pat Holland
Series about a chef who is a reluctant detective. Starring Richard Griffiths
Devils on Horseback. In the conclusion of atwo-part story, Crabbe finds himself with a second murder to worry about.
Written by Richard Maher ; Producer Chrissy Skinns
Director Malcolm Mowbray
A seven-part follow-up to the seventies comedy The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin. Reggie's friends and relations gatherfor a reading of his will. See today's choices.
Written by David Nobbs ; Producer/Director
* Reggie's risen: page 36
Second in an eight-part drama charting the life of the British adventurer and empire-builder.
Starring Martin Shaw
All the World's Gold. Rhodes invites a young clerk to oversee his business interests while he takes his seat in the Cape parliament. See today's choices.
Written by Antony Thomas ; Producers Scott Meek and Charles Salmon; Director David Drury Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
♦ Rhodes wasn't built in a day: page 24
John X Merriman:
Sir Hercules Robinson:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Richard Edgar Subtitled .
Comedy chat show starring Caroline Aherne as Mrs Merton , with guests sports presenter Jimmy Hill ,journalist Andrew Neil and magician Paul Daniels. Director Pati Marr ; Producer Peter Kessler
Last of three Everyman documentaries looking into the ongoing struggle between religion and science.
Italy is gripped by miracle fever with statues weeping, the dying being cured and sceptical scientists keen to investigate. The Vatican is questioning its own historical commitmentto the miraculous power of the saints with theologians and scientists meeting to see if they can sign a peace treaty.
Producer Paul Sapin ; Series editor Richard Denton
AlistairMacLean's adventure story, starring Anthony Hopkins
Robert Morley , Jack Hawkins
A naval secret agent and his aide are sent to investigate the piracy of gold bullion ships in the Irish Sea. Philip Calvert ANTHONY HOPKINS, Sir Arthur
Arnold-Jones ROBERT MORLEY , Sir Anthony Skouras JACK HAWKINS , Charlotte Skouras NATHALIE
DELON, Hunslett CORIN REDGRAVE
DirectorEtiennePerier(1971,15) .............. ♦ See Films: pages 66-73
Western starring Dick Powell, Jane Greer
Haven, an undercover investigator, is hired to trace the killers of two soldiers at a Western outpost.
Haven DICK POWELL , Charlie JANE GREER , Mrs
Caslon AGNES MOOREHEAD , Hotel clerk BURL IVES ,
Captain lies TOM POWERS, Prince GORDON OLIVER
Director Sidney Lanfield (1948)
Black and white.......................................
* See Films: pages 66-73 ***