Shown yesterday at 10.50pm
David Frost interviews Mo Mowlam, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather.
No Sex. Please, I 'm God. In his quest to put a face to God, Aric Sigman looks at
God'sgender. Stereo .................
Former SAS hero Frank Collins talks to
Steve Chalke about becoming a cleric.
In the magazine programmeforthe hard-of-hearing, Carolyn Nabarro and Clark Denmark discuss what's happening in the news. With signing and subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2
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The Prodigal Father (part 1). Kathleen is shocked by the appearance in Pattersons Ridge of the husband she thought had died. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ......
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am.
John Humphrys interviews senior politicians. Including at 12.00 News
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Terry Wogan invites viewers into his Radio 2 studio to see how radio and TV are joining forces for this year's appeal.
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When threatened with the sack, Harold van Wyck's reaction is to murder the woman behind it, his mother-in-law. Lt Columbo is called into investigate. With Peter Falk, Oskar Werner and Gena Rowlands.
Harold van Wyck:
Feature-length action adventure starring Richard Dean Anderson , Brian Blessed Lost Treasure of Atlantis. One-time
Special Forces operative MacGyver is called on by his former archaeology professor to help find the lost city of Atlantis and recover its treasure.
Lord Cyril Cleeve:
A group of mechanics have a beauty MOT: Bill Oddie ruffles feathers in the fashion world: advice on how to dress children safely for bonfire night; and Margherita Taylor looks for a pair of perfect-fitting jeans. With Tim Vincent and Caryn Franklin.
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A return visit to Goodison Park, home of Everton Football Club and venue for a special edition earlierthisyear. Roger Royle meets people who took part in the original broadcast, including Peter Caiger whose father used to lead the singing of Abide with Me at the FA Cup final. Other hymns include Shine Jesus , Shine, and Guide Me 0 Thou Great Redeemer.
Producer John Forrest ; Editor
A new six-part comedy, written by Ray Galton and John Antrobus, set in a sanitorium in 1947.
Roy Osborne is admitted to a TB sanatorium in Surrey, his roommate is fellow Londoner Brian Clapton. Roy begins to realise just how bleak his future is.
See today's choices.
Pyjama party: Matthew Cottle and Eddie Marsan hope to Get Well Soon
Get Well Soon
6.40pm BBC1 This new sitcom takes us to another age when pleasures were rationed, postcards were saucy and tuberculosis was rife. Written by Ray Galton and John Antrobus, it is based on the story of Galton's meeting with his Hancock and Steptoe writing partner, Alan Simpson, in a TB sanatorium.
Things don't look good for Roy (Matthew Cottle) as his mother (Anita Dobson) dumps him at the sanatorium. With a combination of broad laughs and some downright bizarre characters this is not simple, nostalgic comedy, despite its 1947 setting. This scene-setter parades a deranged RAF officer, a mad vicar and a friendly widow, all providing fertile ground for humour to back up the central characters - two young men on the make.
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The series returns with a visit to Britannia
" Royal Naval College in Dartmouth in Devon. Among the discoveries that the experts make are an early 19th-century children's book, a 15th-century church vestment and a silver frame designed to protect the dining table from hot dishes. Presented by Hugh Scully. See today's choices.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Nearing the end of their journey, Michael Palin and the team take a river journey by open canoe through the middle of the Peruvian rainforest, where they meet
Indians who have only recently come into contact with the outside world. He then sails along the Amazon, before crossing into one of the world's most dangerous countries, Colombia, visits Bogota and finally arrives in Cartagena on the Caribbean coast, a jewel of colonial Spanish architecture.
See today's choices.
Repeated on Wednesday at 10.45pm
Palin's Pacific diary: page 43
With Nicholas Witchell.
Weather John Kettley
Romantic comedy starring Steve Martin, Goldie Hawn.
Just jilted architect Newton Davis's single fling with devil-may-care waitress Gwen has chaotic consequences after quick-witted Gwen sweet talks herway into his hometown, his house and the hearts of his parents. Newton is appalled when he finds out, but discovers the arrangement has benefits.
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Fifty years after one of the century's greatest archaeological finds, the hunt forthe Dead Sea Scrolls is still not over: parts of thejigsaw are still missing. With millions of pounds at stake, the lost fragments are sought after notjust by scholars and priests but also by rich collectors and unscrupulous dealers. This is the story of the quest for lost and missing fragments led by renowned expert Professor Jim Charlesworth who follows an often risky trail around the world. Narrated by Ian McShane.
Producer Graham Judd ; Executive producer John Drury Stereo
Drama based on a true
' story, starring Henry Winkler
Marty and Nancy Klein appearto have an idyllic life. Buttragedy strikes in the shape of a car accident that leaves the newly pregnant Nancy in a coma.
Doctors tell Marty that he has to choose - between the life of his wife and that of his unborn child.
Di rector Gilbert Cates (1991, PG)
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