Dilly is nervous about the prospect oftaking lessons in swampwallowing. Repeat
A special Sunday edition of the pre-school comedy. Stereo. ♦ The new fab four: page 20; see RT's
Parents' Guide: pages 24-27; and win a year's subscription to Teletubbies magazine on page
This week's programme comes from Brighton, where the Labour Party
Conference begins tomorrow. Among
David Frost 's guests are Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown and former
Labour leader Michael Foot. Including at
8.30 News; plus weather.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Andrew Thompson Coverage of the Labour Party conference begins tomorrow at 11.05am on BBC1
A service of thanksgiving for the harvest of the sea, from Arbroath, Tayside. Introduced by TV chef Nick Nairn. Stereo.......
Aguide to choosing and obtaining a hearing aid. With signing and subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
The Grand Wedding. An emergency threatens to keep Matt from his wedding. Postponed from 21 September
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. Stereo.
On the eve ofthe Labour Party conference, John Humph rys interviews the Foreign Secretary Robin Cook. Including at 12.00 News
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Short Fuse. Columbo investigates the death of a man killed by an exploding cigar box. With guest star Roddy McDowall.
Adventure based on the classic
Elizabeth Curtis is searching for her husband Harry, who disappeared in Africa while seeking King Solomon's diamond mines. She enlists the help of a famous guide who reluctantly agrees to take her on the perilousjourney.
Directors Compton Bennett and Andrew Marton (1950) * See Films: pages 50-60 ***
Tim Vincent and Caryn Franklin report from London as the first designer collections for next spring and summer are unveiled, and Daily Telegraph fashion editor Hilary Alexander travels to a housing estate in Derbyto show the latest looks to the locals. Stereo
Singer Johnny Logan completes a three-part musical and spiritual journey along the west coast of Ireland, with visits to
Cork and Kerry. With music from chart-topping monks, harpist Anne Marie O'Farrell , Luka
Bloom and Irish choir Anuna.
Johnny Logan sings Lifted and his own composition Reach Out. Producer Simon Hammond ; Editor
Ton Up. Hatley Station is 100 years old, cause for celebration. Last in the current series.
Written by David Croft. Richard Spendlove Director Roy Gould ; Producers David Croft, Charles Garland
Singer-songwriter Mal Pope acts as a local guide to antiques experts in Swansea, as they uncover such treasures as a Bardic Chair, Swansea pottery and an unusually small Welsh dresser. With Carol Vorderman.
Director Siobhan Bullick ; Series producer
Vietnam and the Philippines. Michael
Palin arrives in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi where the military decide that filming might be a threat to national security. En route south he takes a sampan trip on the Perfume river and sees relics and memories of the Vietnam war. After the cycles of steamy Saigon it's on to the colourful trafficjams of Manila and Palin's hope of seeingthe "eighth wonder of the wortd", the Banaue rice terraces.
See today's choices.
Producer Roger Mills: Series producer ClemVallance Repeated tomorrow
10.40pm Stereo * Palin's Pacific diary: page 29
With Peter Sissons. Weather
The third of a four-part rites-of-passage drama written by Cracker creator Jimmy McGovern.
Danny tries to fi nd the truth behind the tragedy of the three drowned schoolgirls. See today's choices.
Producer Charles Pattinson ; Director
+ Everybody's talking about.... John Simm : page 13
Sgt Eddie Slater:
Dr Sarah Kilbride:
An episode of the comedy show in which Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders go behind the scenes of Pride and Prejudice. With Lenny Henry , Rosemary Leach and Gary Waldhorn.
Director John Birkin ; Producer Jon Plowman Repeat Stereo Subtitled......
Solti: the Making of a Maestro
Georg Solti , one of the greatest musicians of our time, died suddenlyjust three weeks ago. Overthe last year he had been working on this film biography which tells the story of his life in his own words and those of his family, friends and professional collaborators. See today's choices.
Director Peter Maniura ; Series editor Gillian Greenwood
♦ Atribute to Georg Solti : page 38
David Aaronovitch talks to
Clare Short , Secretary of State for International Development.
Series editor Dollan Cannell Postponed from 31 August Subtitled ........
Writer James Rankin is obsessed with the 20-year-old case of the "Haymarket strangler". Ondiscovering that the man executed for the murders was innocent, Rankin delves deeper into the case.
Director Robert Day (1958)
Black and white
* See Films: pages 50-60 * **