Dilly wants to have a picnic but his parents are too busy so he has an indoor picnic.
A special Sunday editionof the pre-school comedy. Stereo .
Cartoon cat capers. Repeat
David Blunkett , Secretary of State for Education and Employment, is
David Frost 's guest today. Plus a review of the Sunday papers. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tony Robinson continues his travels through Israel, and through the Bible, where he encounters the first murderer, a 969-year-old man and a DIYfanaticwho built a boat in the middle of the desert.
Steve Chalke talks about life and faith with ex-jockey and racehorse trainer Mikie Heaton-Ellis . There's music from soul brothers the Wades, poetrytipsfrom Stewart Henderson , and veteran
Tomorrow's World presenter Raymond Baxtergives his views on God.
A selection of popular programmes recently shown in the series.
The first of a three-part edition that went to Nicaragua to witness the birth of a new sign language and to find out how it came into existence. With signing and subtitles. Repeated Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2
Repeat WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
Live coverage of the fourth morning's play between England and Australia from Old Trafford. Commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Ian Chappell. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Coverage continues on BBC2.
Followed by Weather for the Week Ahead
Omnibus edition. Ted's problems continue. After his court appearance he finds he has other debts to be honoured and turns to Kathyfor help. Recent events force Dotto make an important decision.
Men's Singles Final
Live coverage from Centre Court at the All England Club of the climax of the tennis championships, the men's singles final, which starts at 2pm.
Pete Sampras is favourite to secure a fourth title and take away record prize money of £415,000. But who else will be challenging forthe top honour? In one of the most open men's competitions for sometime, past champions
Boris Becker , Michael Stich and current holder Richard Krajicek cannot be ignored. There is, however, a very real possibility that this yearthere will be a new name engraved on the trophy.
Commentary by John Barrett and Bill Threlfall. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Wimbledon coverage continues in Sunday Grandstand on BBC2 with the ladies'doubles final.
TV presentation Johnnie Watherston ; Executive producer Martin Hopkins
Harry Secombe presents the first of three programmes featuring highlights from the series. His guests are Thora Hird, Kathy Staff, Bill Owen and Daniel O'Donnell and venues revisited are York Minster, Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall and St David's. Hymns include To God Be the Glory, All Creatures of Our God and King and The 23rd Psalm.
Producer R Medwyn Hughes : Editor Helen Alexander
Father's Day. Cecil and Jack are at each other's throats again.
Written by Davfd Croft and Richard Spend !ove Director Roy Gouid : Producers David Croft and Char)es Garland
◆ The experts' view: page
in a show from Bournemouth in 1989, expert George Archdaie found a set of surgica! knives.
Tonight, he takes Hugh Scuiiyto the oldest surviving operating theatre in the countryto explain the drama of surgery before anaesthetics. Last in the series.
Producer Peter Smith Stereo...........
Drama series featuring the gastronomic detective.
Ugly Customers. Crabbe is asked to guard a squabbling jury ho!ed up in the hotel-from-hell. See today's choices.
PC Jane Morton:
PC Ed Guthrie:
W!th Peter Sissons.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
The first of three double-length episodes of Andrew Davies's acclaimed adaptation of Jane Austen's novel, which was first shown in six parts in 1995. Starring Colin Firth, Jennifer Ehle, Alison Steadman, Julia Sawalha.
There is great excitement in the neighbourhood of Longbourn when it is learned that
Netherfield Hall has been rented by "a young, single man of large fortune" called Bingley. See today's choices.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled......
The wait is over...: p.20; plus Competitions and Giveaways: p136
[Photo caption] Back by popular demand... Susannah Harker, Jennifer Ehle and Julia Sawalha in Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife." With this famous quotation, the scene is set for Austen-mania to sweep the nation once more as the Bennet sisters do their best to please Mama and marry well.
Colin Firth, with locks dyed a smouldering black, is the perfect television Darcy, while Jennifer Ehle is the fiercely proud Elizabeth, equally as alluring in her empire-line dresses.
In the first episode Darcy puts Elizabeth's nose out of joint when he snubs her at the assembly dance, while the charming - and seriously rich - Mr Bingley (Crispin Bonham-Carter) sets all hearts, including the ambitious Mrs Bennet's (Alison Steadman), aflutter.
Find out more about the phenomenon of Pride and Prejudice on page 20.
Mrs Louisa Hurst:
Sir William Lucas:
Through fi!m and debate, Joan Bakewei ! exp)oresthe human stories and the arguments behind a topicatmoraHssue. Series editor Anne Reeveii : Executive producerJohnDrury Stereo .....
Highlights of today's piay. With
Richie Benaud. Stereo.....
Drama starring Michael Caine, Jane Fonda
Pad McDowell returns from the Second World War to find his Georgia farm is threatened with takeover by a property developer. With his black neighbours also facing pressure to move out, the two families join forces to fight for their land.
Julie Ann Warren: