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: Dilly the Dinosaur

Repeat .....

: Teletubbies

A special Sunday edition of the pre school comedy. (Stereo)

: The Pink Panther Show

Repeat

: Breakfast with Frost

Prime Minister John Majortalks about the new Conservative Party Manifesto and the General Election. At 8.30 News; weather. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Andrew Thompson .....

Contributors

Unknown: John Majortalks
Editor: Barney Jones
Editor: Andrew Thompson

: Discovering Eve

Toyah Willcoxgoes in search of the more spiritual aspects of women's lives.
Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Toyah Willcoxgoes

: First Light

Steve Chalke talks to Maureen and Alan Newcombe , who have managed to find love a second time around.

Contributors

Talks: Steve Chalke
Unknown: Alan Newcombe

: See Hear

Monthly edition going behind the news headlines. With signing and subtitles.
Rptd Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2 Internet address: http://www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear

: Banacek

Now You See Me, Now You Don't. A bankerwho is also an amateur magician disappears with two million dollars.
First shown on ITV .....

: Countryfile

An election special presented by John Craven. Will the rural vote at the general election really make a difference? Plus weatheratl2.25pm. Stereo ..........

Contributors

Presented By: John Craven.

: On the Record

Secretary of State for
Wales William Hague , shadow Secretary of State for Scotland George Robertson, Liberal-Democrat Constitution Spokesman
Robert Maclennan and Dafydd Wigley ,
Leader of Plaid Cymru, debate the future of the UK's constitution. At 12.30 News
Editor David Jordan

Contributors

Unknown: Wales William Hague
Unknown: Robert MacLennan
Leader: Dafydd Wigley
Editor: David Jordan

: EastEnders

Shown last Monday Stereo Subtitled .

: Columbo: Last Salute to the Commodore

The boss of a yacht-building empire is found dead. Then Lt Columbo's prime suspect is also murdered.
(Repeat)

: A Perfect State

Comedy series set in the fictional coastal town of Flatby.
Starring Gwen Taylor
Malcolm struggles with his conscience when he is made the new Chief of Police.
Final part next Sunday

Contributors

Writer: Michael Aitkens
Laura: Gwen Taylor
Bert: Trevor Cooper
Barry: Adam Ackland
Alan: Richard Claxton
Johnny: Danny Webb
Deidre: Emma Amos
Julie: Jacqueline Defferary
Malcolm: Matthew Cottle
Winston: Rudolph Walker

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition
(Shown last Tuesday and Thursday)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

: True Tilda

Fourth in a six-part children's drama.
At Sir Elphinstone's fete, Tilda and Arthur overhear an intriguing conversation.
Adapted by Richard Carpenter

Contributors

Adapted By: Richard Carpenter
Tilda: Morgan Bell
Arthur: Eric Graves
Reverend Glasson: John Shrapnel
Mr Mortimer: Desmond Barrit
Mrs Mortimer: Isla Blair
Sam Bossom: Joe Duttine
Mrs Lobb: Juliet Wallace
Jessop: Martin McDougall
Sir Elphinstone Breward: Robin Lermitte
Sally Breward: Amanda Elwes
Mr Holly: George Rossi
Mary: Cassandra Holuday
Librarian: Neville Phillips
Walter Plinge: David Killick

: News

With Moira Stuart.
Weather Peter Cockroft

Contributors

Newsreader: Moira Stuart.
Weather presenter: Peter Cockroft

: Regional News

: Songs of Praise

From an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Ribble Valley in Lancashire. Diane-Louise Jordan meets some of the original cast members of the film Whistle Down the Wind, which was made in the Ribble Valley in 1961. Actor Russell Boulter, DS Boulton in ITV's The Bill, retraces the steps of George Fox, founder of the Quaker movement, by climbing to the top of Pendle Hill. Hymns include Thine Be the Glory, Jesus Put This Song into Our Hearts and All My Hope on God Is Founded.

Contributors

Presenter: Diane-Louise Jordan
Guest: Russell Boulter
Producer: Norman Ivison
Editor: Helen Alexander

: Last of the Summer Wine: There Are Gypsies at the Bottom of the Garden

Foggy attempts to exploit the wonders of nature.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

Contributors

Writer: Roy Clarke
Director/Producer: Alan JW Bell
Compo: Bill Owen
Clegg: Peter Sallis
Foggy: Brian Wilde
Ivy: Jane Freeman
Nora: Kathy Staff
Edie: Thora Hird
Auntie Wainwright: Jean Alexander

: Antiques Roadshow

From Moreton-in-Marsh in Gloucestershire. Featuring a veritable Cotswolds menagerie, including a brightly painted plate with a fish design, two oil paintings of some prize cows, a rare clockwork tinplate toy depicting cartoon characters Mickey and Minnie Mouse riding a motorcycle and an early 19th-century marble sculpture of a spaniel recliningon a cushion. With Hugh Scully. ProducerMichele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
+ Andrew Duncan interviews
Henry Sandon : page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Minnie Mouse
Unknown: Hugh Scully.
Producer: Christopher Lewis
Unknown: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Henry Sandon

: Hamish Macbeth: The Good Thief

Continuing the drama series about a laid-back Highland village policeman.

Esme has discovered unexpected musical talent in young Frankie Bryce.
See today's choices.

Contributors

Written By: Daniel Boyle
Producer: Charles Salmon
Director: Jonas Grimas
Hamish Macbeth: Robert Carlyle
Tusker Gray: James Young
Frankie: Stephen Henderson
Harry Balfour: Campbell Morrison
Black Bob: Tam Dean Burn
Lachie Jr: Stuart Davids
Alfie Balfour: Ruaridh Hepburn
Esme: Anne Lacey
TV John: Ralph Riach
Jean: Sandy McDade
Lachlan: Billy Riddoch
Barney: Stuart McGugan
Rory: Brian Pettifer
Agnes: Barbara Rafferty
Doc Brown: Duncan Duff
McClintock: Bill Murdoch

: The Ice House

Concluding the two-part mystery drama.
As the police investigation gets more intense, one of the women at the Grange is subjected to a brutal attack.

See today's choices.
Adapted by Lizzie Mickery from the novel by Minette Walters

Contributors

Author: Minette Walters
Adapted by: Lizzie Mickery
Producer: Suzan Harrison
Director: Tim Fywell
WPC Susan Brownlow: Krysla Pepper
Paddy Clarke: Jack Galloway
Eileen Clarke: Belinda Sinclair
Peter Barnes: Anthony May
Eddie Staines: Liam McKenna
Tracy Fowlds: Sara Stephens
Kelly McLoughlin: Laura Girling
Jonathan Maybury: James D'Arcy
Jane Maybury: Alexandra Milman
Mrs Thompson: Lynn Farleigh
Bill Stanley: Ian Price
Ward sister: Jan Shand
Wally Ferris: Willy Ross

: News

With Peter Sissons.
Weather Helen Young

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.

: Everyman: The Gigante Brothers: a Tale from Little Italy

The first of eight documentaries looks at Father Louis Gigante, a Roman Catholic priest in New York, and his brother Vincent Gigante, who is accused of being the head of the Genovese organised crime family. Father Louis has not lived his life in his brother's shadow. As priest, politician and property developer, his work on behalf of the poor has transformed the South Bronx, but his controversial methods have led some to accuse him of using his family connections with organised crime to further his cause. Certainly he has not turned his back upon his roots. Father Louis will be there to offer comfort to his family as the FBI finally take his brother to court to face trial on charges of extortion and murder.

Contributors

Subject: Father Louis Gigante
Subject: Vincent Gigante
Director: Greg Lanning
Series Editor: Richard Denton

: The Cassandra Crossing

Disaster thriller starring Richard Harris, Sophia Loren, Burt Lancaster, Ava Gardner

Hidden on board the Geneva to Stockholm express train is a wounded terrorist infected with a fatal plague. As the passengers begin to fall ill, the authorities are faced with an horrific choice.
(1976, PG)
See Films: pages 48-57 *

Contributors

Director: George Pan Cosmatos
Dr Jonathan Chamberlain: Richard Harris
Jennifer Rispoli Chamberlain: Sophia Loren
Col. Stephen Mackenzie: Burt Lancaster
Nicole Dressier: Ava Gardner
Robby Navarro: Martin Sheen
Dr. Elena Stradner: Ingrid Thulin
Herman Kaplan: Lee Strasberg
Major Stack: John Phillip Law
Susan: Ann Turkel
Father Haley: OJ Simpson

: Weather









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