Shown yesterday at 10.50pm
David Frost interviews the newsmakers.
Including at 8.30 News; plus weather. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
The series in which Mark Lawson discusses some of life's bigquestions with celebrity guests. Today comedian
Former nursery nurse Lisa Potts talks to Steve Chalke about how her life has changed since the 1996 machete attack at St Luke's infant school in Wolverhampton.
In this edition of the magazine, for people who are deaf and hardof-hearing, the story of Sandra as she researches a family history of deafness. With signing and subtitles. Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co. uk/see_hear
A Mid-winter Night's Dream. Danni falls in love with a mysterious traveller.
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. Stereo.
Northern Australia's Kakadu National
Park is home to a rich variety of wildlife, including magpie geese, cockatoos, wallabies, dingos, snakes and reptiles. This film looks at a family of kookaburras -large kingfisher birds indigenousto
Australia - and their struggle for survival in conditions that range from floods to bush fires. Repeat Stereo
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
Caryn Franklin , Tim Vincent and Margherita Taylor look at what's new in the world of fashion for the year ahead. Plus an update on the Bride of the Year competition. Stereo Subtitled ....
Classic British war epic, starring Laurence Olivier.
1940: when Goering orders the Luftwaffe to destroy the RAF, it is left up to a brave band of fighter pilots to halt the invasion. (1969, PG)
See Films: pages 44-49 ***
Air Ch. Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding:
Sqn Ldr Skipper:
Sqn Ldr Colin Harvey:
Section Officer Maggie Harvey:
Sergeant Pilot Andy:
Squadron Leader Canfield:
Group Captain Baker:
Air Vice-Marshal Keith Park:
Air Vice-Marshal Leigh-Mallory:
Senior civil servant:
The team visits Christ Church College, Oxford, where discoveries include a collection of photographs by Charles Dodgon , otherwise known as Lewis Carroll. Presented by Hugh Scully.
Omnibus tonight looks at the life and works of Lewis Carroll atlO.35pm Stereo Subtitled .
With Paul Burden. Weather
A special "bigtop" edition, celebrating all the fun of the circus. Pam Rhodes isjoined by clowns, acrobats, jugglers and trapeze artists who share their talents and theirfaith, as over
1,000 voices sing Epiphany hymns including We Three
Kings, Brightest and Best, and Shine, Jesus Shine.
Producer Michael Wakelin ; Editor
First in a new series ofthe world's longest-running comedy. Beware of the Oglethorpe Compo volunteers for the dangerous task of testing Wesley's latest invention.
Written by RoyClarke
Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
♦ Win a trip to summer wine country see page
Film Premiere. Adventure drama starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Bacon
Former white-water guide Gail Hartman and her family go on a rafting trip and meet two travellers, who are suspiciously interested in Gail's in-depth knowledge of the river. The couple's fears about the men are all too quickly realised. (1994, 12)
See Films: pages 44-49
Barry Norman on Meryl Streep : page 40
First in a six-part drama series starring
The new British Ambassador to Ireland, Harriet Smith , arrives in Dublin todiscoverthat the Irish government is accusingthe British of sinking one of their trawlers. Togetherwith MI6 agentJohn Stone, Smith is determined to uncoverthe truth.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Russell Lewis ; Producer Stephen Smallwood ; Director Patrick Lau
Taoiseach's private secretary:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather David Lee
The Irish comedian takes a light-hearted look at death, in another compilation of classic jokes and sketches.
Producers Sue Andrew and Dave Morley
Lewis Carroll 1898-1998
In Lewis Carroll 's centenary year,
Omnibus delves into the I ife and works of the author of some of the world's most famous children's books.
See today's choices.
Director/Producer Aysha Rafaele
♦ This Week: page5
Continuing the series of comic chat, sketches and stand-up, based on this week's stories of moral concern.
Series producer ZabChughtai; Executive producer John Drury
' Historical drama starring David Hemmings
AD 871, Wessex: though
Alfred proves himself an able military commander, he fares less well when he becomes king.
♦ See Films: pages 44-49 ***
Followed by Weather
BBCljoins the continuous-news station with bulletins on the hour.