Shown yesterday at 10.45pm See also today's live match at 4pm Stereo
Today, communicating well,
Prime Minister John Major is David Frost 's guest today. Including at 8.30 News; plus the weather.
Series editor Barney Jones: Executive editor
This week Tony Robinson looks at the book Of Psalms.
Rock pianist Rick Wakeman talks to Brian Sibley about his family, music and his
A look at the work ofthe See Hear production team. With signing and subtitles. Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2 Stereo......
Drama introducing German. With English subtitles on p888. Stereo Subtitled . Complementary radio series at 8pm on Radio 4 LW
This week, the solicitorwho traded in his briefcase for bells and a Cardiff kitemaker reveals tricks of the sport. With
Cheryl Baker , Gordon Kennedy and Toby An stis. Producer Malcolm Smith ; Editor Fiona Thompson
GUIDELINE: ring [number removed]. Lines open 11am to2pm
Rural issues. Including a look at the year ahead, and a review of the major stories of 1996. Plus the week's weather at 12.25pm.
It's 's Atlanta! Another chance to see the behind-the-scenes documentary about the preparations for last year's centennial Olympic Games. Afollow-upfilm on backstage events duringthe games is on Wednesday at 10.25pm. Repeat ...
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled ...
Caryn Franklin, Tim Vincent and Brenda Emmanus visit Iceland to see why the country is attracting the attention of the fashion world. Stereo Subtitled ........
First shown in an evening of programmes to mark his 50th birthday last year, footballing legend George Besttalks with Michael Parkinson. Repeat
Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Live coverage from Old Trafford of this
FACup third-round tie (kickoff 4.10pm). United have reached the final forthe last three years and won the cup for a record ninth time last season. That put them one ahead of Spurs who last won in 1991. Live coverage of the fourth-round draw follows. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. ♦ See Alan Hansen : page 41
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Bill Giles Subtitled.....
Henry Sandon takes a trip to Sutherland in the Highlands to celebrate Epiphany. Hymns sung in Britain's northernmost cathedral at Dornoch include As with Gladness Men of Old; God of Pity, God of Grace; All for Jesus and Brightest and Best of the Sons of the Morning.
Producer James Hunter ; Editor Helen Alexander
From Christ's Hospital school,
Horsham, West Sussex, where exhibits include a book of watercolours, a picture made of stone, an Irish cabinet thoughtto be a gun cupboard, letters written by King George I of Greece and a valuable bracelet. With Hugh Scully. Producer Michele Burgess : Executive producer
Christopher Lewis * See Antiques: page 39
The return of the drama series set in County Wicklow.
Starring Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan
Sparks fly when Father Peter casts Assumpta as the heroine in the village play. She objects to playing the love scenes but then a tall dark stranger arrives in town to play the romantic lead. See today's choices.
+ Behind the ballyhoo: page 18
Father Peter Clifford:
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Michael J Fox , Gabrielle Anwar
Doug Ireland sits at the reception desk of a swanky New York hotel by day and at night goes home to his tiny flat to dream -of a hotel of his own. He has an option on a prime site, but time is running out and Doug needs a large sum of money to put down as a deposit.
Director Barry Sonnenfeld (1993, PG)
* See Films: pages 50-55 **
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bill Giles
The 26-part history of the 20th century returns with the final eight programmes.
1954: Living Longer. In the second half of the century better public health and new medicines overcame the epidemic killerdiseases that had been man'soldest enemies. But as the world's population rose, unforeseen health problems and new diseases emerged, challengingthe scientists once more. See today's choices. Producer Peter Ceresole ; Executive producer
Peter Pagnamenta Repeated tomorrow 7pm BBC2
A six-part series that looks over the scientific horizon to confront the moral questions of the 21st century.
In this first programme presenter Michael Buerk discusses with a panel what it would be like if people could buy and sell their memories or even forget what it is like to forget. The panel includes John Browning of Wired magazine, neuroscientist Professor Susan Greenfield, writer Rosalind Miles, Peter Stanford, a Catholic commentator on moral issues, and Professor Sheila McLean, a pioneer in medical ethics.
Also featuring science-fiction writer Michael Marshall-Smith's hypothetical visions of the future.
War drama, based on a true story, starring
Edward Woodward, Jack Thompson
At the height of the Boer War three members of the "Bushveldt Carbineers" are court-martialled on charges of murder. The action - designed to make an "example" of the men - is politically motivated and there seems little hope of an acquittal.
Director Bruce Beresford (1979, PG)
* See Films: pages 50-55 ****
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