Shown yesterday at 10.50pm
Today's programme comes from Edinburgh, venue forthe Commonwealth heads of government meeting, where David Frost interviews Foreign Secretary Robin Cook. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
First of afour-part series in which DrAric Sigman and his team tryto create a psychological profile of God.
The Image Problem. Today's programme reveals the problems of trying to put a facetoGod. Stereo ....
Steve Chalke talks to athlete Phylis Smith and mountaineer Chris Bonington. Plus country music from Charlie Landsborough and his band. Stereo .....
A look at homosexuality within the deaf community and one man's struggle to come to terms with being HIV positive. With signingand subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2
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The Question ofDanni. Matt and Danni clash over his plans for her education.
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. Stereo.
John Humphrys interviews senior politicians. Including at 12.00 News
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Gaby Roslin visits some of the children who have benefited from the appeal.
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Philadelphia , 1916: an eccentric millionaire is outraged to find that his daughter is in love with a rival family's son.
Director Norman Tokar (1967) .......... ♦ See Films: pages 60-70
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The last of four animated seasonal tales. While the mice of Brambly Hedge harvest food, Primrose and Wilfred become stranded in strange surroundings.
Narrated by Robert Lindsay, with the voices of Jim Broadbent, Charlotte Coleman, Rosemary Leach, Neil Morrissey, Anton Rodgers, June Whitfield and Michael Williams.
Primrose Woodmouse (voice):
Lady Daisy Woodmouse (voice):
Old Mrs. Eyebright (voice):
Wilfred Toadflax (voice):
Mrs. Apple (voice):
Mrs. Apple (voice):
Including a look at the link between the fashion industry and young people with eating disorders. With Tim Vincent and Caryn Franklin.
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
An edition celebrating the love between people and their pets. The Citadel Band of Kettering Salvation Army lead the music as hundreds of people, with their pets, gather at the Wood Green Animal Shelter in Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire. Hymns include All Creatures of Our God and King (by St Francis ), Blessed Assurance, Morning Has Broken and His Eye Is on the Sparrow. With Diane-Louise Jordan.
Producer Diane Reid ; Editor Helen Alexander
Downhill Racer. Seymour sets out to prove that ski ing need not be only a winter sport forthe rich.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell Repeat Stereo Subtitled.
I the last of the series, rock musician and pen collector Rick Wakeman guides Carol Vorderman and herteam of antiques experts around the Isle of Man. Di rector Thea Cole ; Producer
Stephen Potter Nextweek the Antiques Roadshow returns Stereo
Bolivia and Peru
Michael Palin continues hisjourney around the Pacific Rim. High in the Andes, he takes to the water i n a reed boat on Lake Titicaca, before beginning a 1,000-mile journey along the Urubamba riverto the Amazon.
See today's choices.
ProducerClemVallance; Executive producers Anne James , Edward Mirzoeff Repeated on Wednesday at 10.45pm
BBC BOOK: Full Circle, price £19.99, available from bookshops
* Palin's Pacific diary: page 33
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Bittersweet romantic drama starring Dawn French, Phil Daniels, Michael Maloney
A happily-married primary-school teacher bumps into her childhood sweetheart, now a leading fashion photographer. Although she adores her husband, she is seduced into spending a weekend in Paris with her old flame. See today's choices.
Written by Tony Grounds; Producer Sophie Clarke-Jervoise ; Director Gavin Millar
A few of my favourite things: page 20
A profile of Katharine Graham , owner of America's Washington Post newspaper, whose journalists exposed the Watergate scandal which forced the resignation of president
Richard Nixon. Including frank and intimate interviews with Graham, plus contributions from Watergate reporters
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein , Dr Henry Kissinger and Alan J Pakula , directorofthe film AI/the President's Men, the story of the scandal, which is shown afterthis programme. Director Ursula Macfarlane
Series editor Gillian Greenwood
' Political thriller starring
Based on an investigation by Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein , which led to the Watergate scandal of the seventies, this film reconstructs the background to events, combining all the elements of a newspaper story with those of a political thriller. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Alan J Pakula (1976, 15)
♦ See Films: pp 60-70 *****
Instruments of Change. Patrick Moore examines powerful new equipment that is revolutionising astronomy.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo Repeated next Saturday BBC2 Stereo