With Paul Burden.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday
With Sophie Raworth.
Fern Britton presents the cookery show where top chefs create new recipes from an odd assortment of ingredients.
When Terry was two he threw his sister out of the window, at eight he nearly electrocuted himself and his sister. Now
14, he and his parents join
Esther Rantzen to discuss why children seem to be getting more violent.
Carol Vorderman conducts more scientific experiments with the help of a studio audience. ........................
Live coverage of the first morning's play in the sixth and final Cornhill Insurance Test between England and Australia from the Oval. The battle for the Ashes moves to the ground which has seen historic series deciders in the past. Four years ago. Michael Atherton 's second Test as captain, saw England achieve their only win here of the summer, but in recent years Australia have been on top and Mark Taylor 's men will be keen to end their touron a winning note.
Introduced by Tony Lewis , with commentary by Richie Benaud. Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower and Ian Chappell. Scorer Malcolm Ashton.
Producers Paul Davies and Alan Griffiths
Editor Philip Bernie Stereo ♦ See Jonathan Agnew : page 39
Including at 12.00 News Regional News and Weather
Mal bids a sad farewell to Ramsay Street as romance finally blossoms for Billy and Anne. Is Darren running into trouble?
Repeated 5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ..
Weather Subtitled ..........................
Further live coverage of this afternoon's play from the Oval.
Cartoon fun with the spinach-chomping sailor. ..........
Animated adventures with the young dinosaurs.
Repeat Subtitled ...........................
In this week's cartoon and wildlife show, Fleurgets ajob writing rhymes forgreetings cards. Dogsbody looks at the nutty world of the squirrel and meets the singing stars of the wild. Plus cartoon fun with Tom and Jerry. Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am on BBC2
Continuing a rerun of the eighth series. Ed gets the Come
Dancing treatment, the ostracised Brigid finds an ally, and Frew takes the stage.
For cast see Tuesday Repeat Subtitled.
Shownatl2.35pm Stereo Subtitled ..
With Anna Ford and Jill Dando.
Weather Michael Fish
The series helpingconsumers make the best choices. Tonight Vanessa Feltz looks at fashionable maternity clothing for pregnant women, andhowto create a distinctive Victorian feel in your bathroom by usingjunk. Series producer Owen Gay; Editor
The Mitchells and their guests celebrate Grant and Tiffany's marriage blessing in church, but Tiffany discovers that Phil and Kathy are coming with them to
Paris. Bianca finds out a secret.
For cast see Tuesday Omnibus edition on Sunday Stereo Subtitled ............
A compilation of highlights culled from the documentary series shown lastyearfollowing the work of Manchester's vehicle-crime police. The elite on-the-road task force known as the Tactical Vehicle Crime Unit are behind the wheel of high-powered, unmarked cars, trying to catch perpetrators of some of the city's 95,000 annual carcrimes. Theirduty is to crack down on offences such as cartheft, drink-driving, ram-raiding, speeding and joy-riding. Producers James Hayes and Steve Warr
Continuingthe new comedy series set in a transport cafe starri ng Gary Olsen , Gwen Taylor TellingTales. When Tilly sends some of Bob's old school essays to a friend who works in publishing, Bob has to perform an unexpected task.
Written by Bernard McKenna
Producer Mark Chapman ; Director
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
More extraordinary stories of heroism and bravery from around the world. With Michael Buerk
and Juliet Morris.
This week's programme recounts the story of a diver sucked into a sinking ship, and shows how a group of travel agents travelling by aeroplane in New Zealand managed to land against the odds. Plus video footage of a man brought back to life ten minutes after sinking beneath the ice of a frozen lake, and a flyingdoctor still working in Kenya at the age of nearly 80. Series producer Dick Colthurst ; Editor
AndreaWills Stereo Subtitled .
Last year Making
Babies followed the progress of several couples trying to have a child through IVFtreatment. The first of three programmes updating the story of one of those couples, Tania and Ray, recaptures the emotional struggle of copingwith the treatment and the strains it put on their relationship. See today's choices.
Series producer Jo Clinton Davis
Executive producer Olivia Lichtenstein
Revised repeat Stereo Subtitled. BOOKLET: available by sending a cheque/PO for £2.95 made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
+ Making a family: page 6
In the third of four Proms recorded for BBC television.
James Naughtie introduces two popular pieces of musical storytelling, Tchaikovsky's
Overture: Romeo and Juliet and Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade, recorded at London's Royal Albert Hall on 14 August. Valery Gergiev conducts the Kirov Orchestra which is making its first appearance at the Proms. See today's choices.
Executive producer David Willcock; Director Simon Broughton (Stereo)
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10.55pm BBC1 Passion Russian-style is the order of the day as the Kirov Orchestra plays two of the most popular and romantic narrative pieces in the repertory. Rimsky-Korsakov's symphonic suite Scheherazade has a delicate solo violin theme representing Scheherazade, which is matched by the booming stentorian motif of her husband the Sultan. It is a perfect primer for Tchaikovsky's Overture: Romeo and Juliet. The piece is based on the play without actually following the plot scene by scene. Instead, three recognisable themes can be distinguished, including the famous sweeping love theme of the finale.
Prokofiev's version of Romeo and Juliet, which he wrote as a ballet, can be seen next Saturday on BBC2.
' Comedy western starring Glenn Ford
During the American Civil War a company of useless misfits is sent out of harm's way, onlytoend u p i n a hotbed of enemy activity.
Director George Marshall (1964)
Black and white
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