Highlights from two of yesterday's fifth-round FA Cup matches.
Shown yesterday at 10.35pm Live coverage of Leicester vChelseaat4pm Stereo Subtitled ..........
Puppet animal chat show. Repeat Subtitled ..
Today, managing projects. Stereo .
David Frost interviews the week's newsmakers and reviews the papers.
Including at 8.30 News; plus the weather. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Andrew Thompson ......................................
The first of a six-part series which, in the context of a service from Trinity and All Saints College in Leeds, hears how contemporary experiences can shed new light on the Lord's Prayer. With Gaye Ortiz.
A look at the making of last month's two-part report on the birth of a new sign language in Nicaragua. With signing and subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 12 noon BBC2 Stereo.
Drama introducingGerman. With English subtitles on page 888.
This week, making sausages, the ancient Chinese art of fengshui and jazz from the Holly Slater Quartet. With Cheryl Baker , Gordon Kennedy and Toby Anstis.
Producer Carmel Perry ; Series editor Fiona Thompson
Stereo..... GUIDELINE: ring [number removed]. Lines open 11am to 2pm
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25pm. stereo .
Environment Secretary John Gummertalks to John Humphrys. Including at 12.30 News Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled ...
This week a fashion buyer for a high street chain talks about herjob. Plus essential accessories and makeup tips for spring.
Highlights of this week's awards ceremony celebrating the best performers from the world of film, theatre, television and radio. Hosted by Anthea Turner.
Leicester City v Chelsea
Live coverage of this FA Cup fifth-round tie from Filbert Street, kickoff 4. 10pm.
Commentary by Barry Davies with Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. Followed by the quarter-final draw. Stereo . # See Alan Hansen : page 39
With Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
This week Delia Smith demonstrates how to make a three cheese omelette souffle, with helpfrom Gary Olsen. Repeated on Tuesday at 7.25pm on BBC2
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BBC CASSETTE AND VIDEO: double audio cassette, What a Relief, L7.99; video. The Pick of the Nose!, £10.99, from retailers.
* See Delia Smith: page 30
On the first Sunday in Lent, Diane-
Louise Jordan sets out to discover what
Lent means to people today. Music, reflecting the theme of spiritual searching and performed inthe Friars, a Carmelite priory near Maidstone, Kent, includes Forty Days and Forty Nights, Be Thou My Vision and Just as I Am.
Producer Simon Hammond ; Editor Helen Alexander
From Aberystwyth, Dyfed, where the exhibits include an early 18th-century Welsh dresser which has never left the house before, a collection of early
Valentine cards, an English marquetry clock and a set of 16th-century watercolours depicting the Turkish court. Presented by Hugh Scully.
ProducerMichele Burgess: Executive producer
Christopher Lewis ♦ See Antiques: page 37
The villagers rally round to help Kathleen after a fire destroys her house. See today's choices.
Father Peter Clifford:
In the last in the series of classic clips from Eric and Ernie's comedy shows, the duo are joined by Cilia Black. Producer John Ammonds
Revisedrepeat Subtitled ....
Last part of the adventure based on Walter Scott's novel.
Starring Steven Waddington, Ciaran Hinds, Susan Lynch
Ivanhoe learns Rebecca is alive but will burn at the stake unless she finds a champion to conquer Bois-Guilbert. To Rowena's dismay, Ivanhoe prepares for combat.
See today's choices.
Written by Deborah Cook ; Producer Jeremy Gwilt
Director Stuart Orme
BBC CASSETTE AND VIDEO: audio cassette, Â£7.99, and video, on sale from April. Â£19.99, from retailers.
See This Week: page 8
With Peter Sissons.
Weather John Kettley
1989: People Power. Injustafew extraordinary weeks, the communist regimes of eastern Europe were brought down. From the fall of the Berlin Wall to the toppling of Romania's President
Ceausescu, ordinary people finallyfelt brave enough to take a stand. East
Europeans and Soviets tell their story. Producer Angus Macqueen ; Executive producer
PeterPagnamenta Repeatedtomorrow6.45pm BBC2
Part one of a two-part special television presentation of the biographical drama starring Kevin Kline, Denzel Washington
South Africa, 1975: newspaper editor Donald Woods engages in his own, rather civilised struggle against the evil of apartheid. Then, accepting a challenge, he agrees to meet a remarkable man - Steve Biko.
Suddenly, the privileged Woods is given a flavour of the oppression and violence faced by the majority of his black countrymen, and a dangerous friendship is forged. For cast and conclusion see tomorrow at 11.50pm.
Director Richard Attenborough (1987, PG)
* See Films: pages 54-57 **** What do you mean, you've never seen....: page 49