The Point of No Return. What begins as a routine clinic run to Mondobella homestead turns into a series of disasters.
Telling people what you think of them.
David Frost interviews news makers and reviews the Sunday papers. Including at
8.30 News; plus the weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
in the first of four services for Advent, Jeff . Cuttelljoins a congregation at Wymondham Abbey, Norfolk. Music comes from Norwich Cathedral Girls' Choirand includes Hark!
A Herald Voice Is Calling and Long Ago,
Today's edition is the monthly programme which takes a close look behind the news headlines. Hosted by Carolyn Nabarroand Clark Denmark. With signing and subtitles. Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2 Stereo ......
Drama introducing German. With English subtitles on page 888. Complementary radio series at 8pm on Radio 4 LW
This week, fashion for larger ladies, spectacular spectacles and wonderful ways with wine. With Cheryl Baker , Gordon Kennedy and Toby Anstis.
Producer Carmel Perry ; Editor Fiona Thompson
GUIDELINE: ring [number removed]. Lines open 11am to 2pm
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25pm. stereo.
John Humphrys interviews another senior politician. Including at 12.30 News
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. (Stereo)
Live coverage of this year's Smash Hits pop awards ceremony, attended by a host of stars including Prince (aka the Artist), Spice Girls, Boyzone, Manic Street
Preachers, Suede, Robbie Williams , the Backstreet Boys, Peter Andre , Louise,
Eternal, Gina G, Dodgy, 3T, Livin' Joy, Mark Morrison plus Oasis and actors Will Smith (of Fresh Prince of Bel Air) and Paul Nicholls (Joe in EastEnders). Introduced from
London's Dockland Arena by Ant and Dec. Director/Producer Julia Knowles
Subsequent programmes may change
It's this year's British Hairdressing awards and the finalists for Hairdresser of the Year reveal the look they have submitted forthe title. Plus outdoor clothing is put to the test and all you need to know about the latest dance craze ofsoca and its dress code. With
Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin , Brenda Emmanus andTimVincent. Stereo
* See Competitions and Giveaways: p
Fourth of a six-part drama, adapted from Mark Twain 's novel. Edward'sjourneyto Kent is more dangerous than expected while, back in court, Tom learns the King's uncles are no friends to him.
Adapted and produced by Julian Fellowes ; Director
Duke of Somerset:
Duke of Norfolk:
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Peter Cockroft Summed.
To celebrate the first Sunday of Advent, Pam Rhodes visits Sherborne in Dorset with actor Jeremy Irons and the Radio 2 Choirgirl of the Year. Hymns include: 0 Come, 0 Come Emmanuel, Come Thou Long Expected Jesus and Lo, He Comes with Clouds Descending.
Producer Jeremy Kime ; Editor Helen Alexander
The Black Widow. A funeral leaves
Compo and Foggy with a bad hangover and Clegg with a good woman.
Compo BILL OWEN, Clegg PETER SALLIS , Foggy BRIAN WILDE, Ivy JANE FREEMAN. Nora KATHYSTAFF , Edie THORA HIRD , Auntie WainwrightJEAN ALEXANDER
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell Repeat Subtitled ...............................
Hugh Scully presents unseen sequences from the series and invites three experts to choose theirfavourite items at London's
Grosvenor House Art and Antiques Fair. Producer Stephen Potter ; Executive producer
Christopher Lewis ♦ See Antiques: page 51
Joe Pesci , Marisa Tomei
Young New Yorkers Bill Gambini and Stan Rothensteinfind themselves imprisoned in a sleepy
Alabama town, charged with murder.
Gambini's one phone call summons his cousin Vinny, a lawyerwho is looking fowardto his first court case.
Director Jonathan Lynn (1992,15)
* See Rims: pages 69-76 ****
Mona Lisa Vito:
Judge Chamberlain Haller:
Jim Trotter 111:
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Peter Cockroft subtitled.
Hugh Laurie joins
Clive Anderson to talk about his role in 101 Dalmatians.
Producer Anne Marie Thorogood : Series producer
Dan Patterson Repeated on Thursday at 11.55pm
A series of four programmes in which Mark Tully sets out on ajourney to reassess the life of Jesusforthe next millennium.
Jesus the God. The story starts in India, where there are manygods in many forms. See today's choices.
Producer Christopher Salt; Series producer
AngelaTilby Stereo See also Seeds of Faith at 11.45pm on Radio 4 and The Jesus Diary tomorrow at 9.20pm on Radio 3 ♦ In search of Jesus: page 35
Joan Bakewell hosts the first of four debates on ethical and moral issues.
This week, is it right for women to be inseminated with the sperm of their dead husbands? Diane Blood is fighting for the right to have the baby she and her late husband planned. On the other hand, Steven Davies believes his girlfriend's dignity and identity were forgotten when she was kept artificially alive, against his wishes, for the sake of their unborn baby. Professor Robert Snowden, a founder member of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, argues that human beings should not be treated as commodities and life should be God-given rather than man-made.
Anotherdrama set in a magistrates' court. Mike. Why should a successful businessman be accused of stealing a few pounds worth of goods from a store? Antony Mackie ADAM BAREHAM. Harold Jameson
FRED PEARSON. Dan Chapman GEOFFREY HUTCHINGS,
Paul Harper LLOYD JOHNSTON. Derek Gravett DAVYD
HARRIES, Dee Yearwood MARLENE SIDAWAY,
Gerry Harrison DAVIDTELFER , Jack Vincent , NICHOLAS
BAILEY, Michael Cairns ROB EDWARDS.
Emma Cairns ALISON ROSE, PC Lomax MARK CAREY
Written by Carolyn Sally Jones ; Producer Diana Kyle
DirectorGwennanSage Stereo Subtitled .
Drama, based on a true story by Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesenthal.
Starring Treat Williams, Alice Krige, Martin Landau
Poland 1939: Max and his fiancee Helen are separated and sent to a Nazi labour camp. After 20 years they are reunited but a secret threatens to destroy their love.
(1990, 15) (Stereo)
See Films: pages 69-76 ***
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