Dilly ends up in the swamp. Repeat
Aspecial Sunday edition of the preschool comedy. Stereo.
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
A series about life at Norwich Cathedral.
Postponed from 7 September Stereo ...
Opera Brava perform open-air arias, Steve Chalke attempts to improve his singing, and newscaster Martyn Lewis looks for the good news about God.
Postponedfrom 7 September Stereo ....
Atribute to Diana, Princess of Wales who was patron of the British Deaf
Association. With signing and subtitles.
RptdTuesdayatl2noon.BBC2 Stereo .
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A Sea of Troubles. A strange virus makes the horses ill in Patterson's Ridge. Postponed from 7 September
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. Stereo.
In the last of the series, David Aaronovitch examines the fundamental questions facing Wales as it decides on its future this Thursday. Subtitled ...............
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
The Bye Bye Sky-High IQ Murder Case
The cigar-smoking detective investigates an accountant with a high IQ who begins a little embezzling which results in murder. Repeat Subtitled ............................
Romantic adventure based on the book by BarbaraCartland, starring
' Alison Doody , Michael York
Achance meeting with the dashing Lord Brecon leaves beautiful heiress Lady
Caroline Faye entranced. Has she found true love at last?
Director John Hough (1990) Subtitled ... ♦ See Films: pages 46-54
Lady Caroline Faye:
Lord Vane Brecon:
Trevor Eve appeals on behalf of Anti-slavery International.
Repeated on Wednesday at 5.50pm on BBC2
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Including new look for a rugby union club and Jayne Middlemiss offers hints on second-hand clothing. With Caryn Franklin and Tim Vincent.
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.
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.
Producer Simon Hammond : Editor
Helen Alexander Postponed from 7
September Stereo Subtitled .
A Bowl in the Hand. The annual
Bowls Club outing seems to provide an ideal opportunityfor Cecil to be alone with May.
Written by John Stevenson : Director Roy Gould ; Producers David Croft and Charles Garland Postponed from 31
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 Tim Wonnacott. Introduced by Carol Vorderman.
Director Thea Cole ; Series producer Stephen Potter Postponed from 7
September Stereo Subtitled..
Actor and writer
Michael Palin continues his new epic journey, travelling for 50,000 miles through 18countries 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 polishinguptheir street-demo skills and business flourishes in the wedding halls. See today's choices.
Producer Clem Vallance : Executive producers Anne James. Edward Mirzoeff Postponed from 7 September
Repeated tomorrow at 10.40pm
BBC BOOK: Full Circle, price £19.99, available from bookshops
With Michael Buerk. Weather
The first of a four-part rites-ot-passage drama written by the creator of Cracker Jimmy Mcuovern.
Starring John Simm
The experiences of Danny Kavanagh , a 21-year-old gambler and womaniser, who leaves home and enters the dark soul and sexual quicksand of a small Lake District community. See today's choices.
Producer Charles Pattinson ; Director
BBC BOOK: The Lakes, price £5.99, available from bookshops
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Brit Art at the Royal Academy A new series opens with a programme following the Royal Academy's preparations for Sensation, a controversial exhibition celebrating the notorious "Brit Pack" artists of the Saatchi collection. With exclusive access behind the scenes, the programme looks at how honouring such artists is a revolutionary move forthe highly respectable Royal Academy.
Producer Bernadette O'Brien ; Series editor Gillian Greenwood
' Political drama starring
Alan Aida , Barbara Harris Meryl Streep
Liberal Senator Joe Tynan is being courted for his support in backing a Supreme Court nomination. When Tynan learns that the nominee is a racist, he is encouraged to voice his disapproval by a delegation from Louisiana, which includes the beautiful Karen Traynor.
Director Jerry Schatzberg (1979, 15)
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