7.30Moomin Animation. Repeat....
The Playbus stops at the Patch Stop.
Tips on improving people skills at work. Today, making the most of yourself.
Presented by Hugh Dennis
On the eve of the Labour Party conference, David Frost 'sguests are Gordon Brown , shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Baroness Castle. Writer and former MP
Alan Clarke reviews the papers. Including at 8.30 News; plus the weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
A service of praise and thanksgivingfrom St Patrick 's Church of Ireland, Coleraine,
County Londonderry. Hymns include Come, Ye Thankful People, Come and Father,
Blessing Every Seed-time. Stereo .....
The new series begins with a chat show special, in which host John Hay talks to deaf yachtsman Paul Hebblethwaite. With signing and subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2 Stereo .....
A 20-part drama serial introducing German. With English subtitles. INFORMATION: course book. audio cassettes or CDs. activity book, and tutor's guide, available from bookshops. Acomplementary radio series Deutsch Plus begins next Sunday at 8pm on Radio 4 LW
The return of the series that encourages people to take up new pursuits and make the most of their leisure time.
Producer Malcolm Smith ; Series editor
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus, the week'sweatheratl2.25pm. Stereo.
John Humphrys interviews John Prescott. deputy leader of the Labour Party. Including at 12.30 News
EditorDavidJordan Subtitled ......................
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled ..
Disney science-fiction drama abouttwo orphans, with confused memories and strange abilities, who go on the run after coming to the attention of a scheming millionaire. Tia Malone KIM RICHARDS , Tony Malone
IKE EISENMANN Aristotle Bolt, RAY MILLAND , Jason O'Day EDDIE ALBERT. Lucas Deranian DONALD PLEASENCE
Director John Hough (1975. U) Subtitled .. * See Films: pages 58-64 ****
The north east of England heat. with Loyd Grossman and guests chef Sally James and journalist Alan Coren.
1947 Freedom Now. The story of how
Europe's colonial empires fell as millions in Africa and India took control of their lives.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.05pm BBC2
♦Empire breaking: page 17
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
The series celebrates its 35th birthday in Birmingham's Symphony Hall. Ruth Madoc, Diane-Louise Jordan, Henry Sandon, Steve Chalke and Robert Duncan join soprano Lesley Garrett, the Kingdom Choir, Black Dyke Mills Band and New English Orchestra. Music includes Knowing You, Jesus; I'II Go in the Strength of the Lord; O for 1,000 Tongues to Sing; Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart; As the Deer Pants for the Water; Father God, I Wonder; Sing of the Lord's Goodness. With Pam Rhodes.
This week's teams are in Yorkshire, where they identify medicinal objects, decide whether paintings orframes are more valuable, and select objects that might have been collected on a grand tour. Presented byJillyGoolden.
Director Paul O'Dell : Series producer Pat Holland
Drama series starring Richard Griffiths Chinese Whispers. Crabbe is worried when his local Chinese takeaway seems to be the subject of racist attacks.
Written by Andrew Payne ; ProducerChrissy Skinns
Director Bill Pryde # Spotlight on Samantha Janus : page 9
Inspector Dave Smith:
Dennis the chef:
CJ didn't get where he is today by being absurd. Nor, it seems, did anybody else. Butthen a plan is born.
Written by David Nobbs ; Producer/Director
Third in an eight-part drama starring Martin Shaw
The Place of the Killing. Rhodes outwits his greatest rival,
Barney Barnato , with a brilliant scheme. See today's choices.
Written by Antony Thomas ; Producers Scott Meek and Charles Salmon; Director David Drury Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
♦Reader Offer and a chance to win an African holiday: pages 128 and
Sir Hercules Robinson:
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Bill Giles
Comedy chat show starring Caroline Aherne as Mrs Merton , with guests, nightclub owner Peter Stringfellow , sports presenter Desmond Lynam and entertainer Rolf Harris.
Director Pati Marr ; Producer Peter Kessler
The rapid expansion of scientific knowledge has, for many, challenged the very foundations of religious belief. The centuries-old debate on the tension between science and religion is the focus of this special edition coming from Brno in the Czech Republic. A film by atheist and scientist Richard Dawkins, in which he challenges the traditional role of religion, is followed by a discussion, hosted by Joan Bakewell. Taking part are Richard Dawkins, Catholic priest and scientist Michael Heller, philosopher Baroness Warnock, theologian Wentzel van Huyssteen and historian David Starkey.
Black comedy starring
Harold Benson is on a winning streak most professional gamblers only dream about. With a strange jinx on blackjack dealer Willie Brodax , he and girlfriend Bonita Friml just can't lose. It's time for Willie to strike back and that's when thoughts turn to murder. Bonita Friml BETTE MIDLER. Willie Brodax KEN
WAHL, Harold Benson RIP TORN. Milt Hawkins VAL
AVERY, Otto JACK ELAM , Mr Wing BENSON FONG
Director Don Siegel (1982. 15) # See Rims: pages 58-64 *