Dilly sets up a shop in his bedroom. Repeat ......
A special Sunday edition of the pre-school comedy. Stereo. * See John Peel: page 9
Cunning cartoon cat capers. Repeat
David Frost interviews the week's newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Plus at 8.30 News; Weather. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Continuing the series about life at
Norwich Cathedral. Stereo .........
Steve Chalke meets multi-millionaire businessman SirTom Farmer, and Toyah Willcox explains why she identifies with thefeminine sid eof God. Stereo ..
Another chance to see a Romanian wedding. With signing and subtitles.
Rptd Tue 9.30am. SBC2 Repeat Stereo ..
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A Sea of Troubles. A strange virus makes the horses ill. Stereo
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. Stereo.
David Aaronovitch presents an incisive analysis of an important issue faced by the Government. Subtitled ..........
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Sea Otters: the Clam Busters. A look at the sea otter's huge appetite for shellfish. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ....
Comedy western, based on the Lernerand Loewe musical, starring
Lee Marvin , Clint Eastwood
On the rugged trail west in the days of the Gold Rush, hard-fighting, hard-drinking, happy-go-lucky Ben Rumson meets and join forces with the quiet living Pardner. However, theirfriendship is tested when Pardnerfalls in love with Ben's wife. nirector Joshua Logan (1969, PG)
* See Rims: pages 48-53
Rotten Luck Willie:
Mad Jack Duncan:
Style and fashion tips galore as the programme returns for a 13th series.
Actor Pierce Brosnan reveals the secrets of dressing to kill on the setofthe new
James Bond blockbuster. There's also a makeover for four librarians, the latest trends in menswear and the low-down on trainers. With Tim Vincent and Caryn Franklin.
Johnny Logan, Ireland's Eurovision Song Contest star, sets off on a three-part musical and spiritual journey along the beautiful west coast of Ireland.
He begins with a pilgrimage on the island of St Patrick's Purgatory. Music comes from country music star Daniel O'Donnell, traditional band Altan and Dominic Kirwan, while Johnny Logan sings Be Thou My Vision and Amazing Grace.
Action Stations. The staff at
Hatley are tipped off that a very important visitor is expected.
Written by John Chapman ; Director
Roy Gould ; Producers David Croft and Charles Garland
Continuingthe series in which the Antiques Roadshow experts uncover hidden treasures in the homes of Great Britain.
This programme visits Bury St
Edmunds in Suffolk where the "Cooking Canon", broadcaster John Eley , acts as a local guide to experts Paul Atterbury ,
Hilary Kay , Clive Stewart-Lockhart and TimWonnacott. Introduced by Carol Vorderman.
Director Thea Cole ; Series producer
Actor and writer
Michael Palin continues his new epic journey, travelling for 50,000 miles through 18 countries and making a complete anti-clockwise circuit of the Pacific Rim over a year.
Japan and Korea. Michael Palin arrives in Japan and learns how to tie a kimono, sleep on a futon, enjoy raw squid or a fish which is drowned in sake and swallowed whole. Then it's an overnightjourneyto South
Korea, where the students of Seoul are polishing up their street-demo skills and business flourishes in the wedding halls. See today's choices.
ProducerClemVallance; Executive producers Anne James. Edward Mirzoeff Repeated tomorrow at 10.40pm
BBC BOOK: Full Circle, price £19.99, available now from bookshops
* Sake, sushi and supertoos: p26; Competitions and giveaways: pl28
With Nicholas Witchell. Weather
Concludinga two-part psychological thriller. Schoolgirl
Ann Devenish is terrified by her memory blackouts on the night of the most recent murder in Ashminster. Inspector Gates is determined to find out if she is implicated - and just what is the nature of her friendship with her Svengali-like teacher David Miles. See today's choices. For cast see page 62
An episode of Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders 's comedy show where they pay homage to Italian film director Federico Fellini and Irish rock band the Cranberries.
With special guests Kate Moss , Sue Barker and Felicity Kendal. Director John Birkin ; Producer Jon Plowman Repeat Stereo
The second of two Everyman programmes markingthe 1,400th anniversary ofthe founding of Canterbury Cathedral. Cathedral Tales. Having arrived in Canterbury Nigel Hawthorne explores the cathedral's history and examines how it functions today as a multi-million pound business, a tourist site and a place of worship. The clash between commerce and Christianity is most heightened in HolyWeekand, as the cathedral prepares for Easter and its 1,400th birthday, all is farfrom calm in the cloisters.
Director Michael Roberts ; Senes editor
♦ Andrew Duncan interviews
Nigel Hawthorne : page 14
Drama, based on W Somerset Maugham's novel, starring Bill Murray
Afterwitnessingthe horrors of the First World War, Larry Darrell is obsessed with finding some meaning in his life and embarks on ajoumey of self-discovery that takes him to Tibet and Paris.
Director John Byrum (1984.15)
* See Films: pages 48-53 **