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David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather. Series editor Barney Jones: Executive editor
Mark Lawson discusses some of life's big questions with celebrity guests. Today actress and chef Madhur Jaffrey reveals her recipe for life,
Steve Chalke 's guests include former punk rocker Jah Wobble and Radio 2 presenter Don Maclean. Plus a cappella music from Covenant.
Featuring a report on the historic journey of deaf sailor Paul Hebblethwaite in the BT Global Challenge round-the-world yacht race. With signing and subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 12 noon on BBC2
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InDutyBound. When Matt and his family visit Melbourne they become involved in a political plot and Matt musttryto foil a ruthless assassination attempt.
Rural, environmental and agricultural issues with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am.
Wildlife documentary filmed in the Serengeti, following a female cheetah's attempts to protect her vulnerable cubs from dangerous predators such as lions. (Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
The first of today's two-part omnibus. Part 2 is at 3.10pm. Stereo Subtitled ....
The Most Crucial Game. When the owner of a professional football team is found dead in his swimming pool, Lt Columbo launches a murder investigation.
Second part of today's two omnibus editions. Stereo
The winner of the 1998 Bride of the Year competition is announced, the British Olympic bobsleigh team tries out some new performance gear and there's an investigation into new skin creams which contain fish roe. Presented by Caryn Franklin , Tim Vincent and Margherita Taylor.
The team visits RAF Locking near Weston-super-Mare, where they learn the secrets of the code-breaking Enigma machine used during the Second World War. The discoveries include an elegant Edwardian picnic set, a flock of ceramic sheep, a multi-purpose table and a punch pot commemorating the coronation of King George II. Presented by Hugh Scully.
With Jennie Bond. Weather
Sally Magnusson meets the Royal Navy's submarine crews at their base in Gareloch, on the banks of the Clyde, and talks to the families who benefit from the newly opened Royal Sailors' Rest in nearby Helensburgh. Hymns include Thou Whose Almighty Word, I'll Go in the Strength of the Lord, Will You Come and Follow Me ? and Eternal Father, Strong to Save.
Producer Justin Adams ; Editor Hugh Faupel
Tarzan of the Towpath. Nora's unusual osteopathic skills make a new man of Compo.
See today's choices.
Written by Roy Clarke : Director/Producer
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When two scientists lose the funding for their work on a new fertility drug, they resort to desperate measures in orderto continue with their research.
Director Ivan Reitman (1994, PG)
◆ See Films: pages 42-47 *** ◆ See Barry Norman on Arnold Schwarzenegger : page 38
Dr Alexander Hesse:
Dr Larry Arbogast:
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Second in a six-part drama series starring
Refuge. Ambassador Smith gives the battered wife of a foreign diplomat refuge in the embassy. See today's choices.
Episode written by Tim Prager ; Producer Stephen Smallwood ; Director Patrick Lau
◆ A matter of diplomacy: This Week, page 4
Dr Siobhan McGinley:
With Michael Buerk. Weather
Comedian Dave Allen recalls some of his funniest material about one of his favourite subjects-thePope. He also gives a unique insight into the story of Adam and Eve.
Producers Sue Andrew and Dave Morley
GoldieHawn. Ruby Wax meets up with actress Goldie Hawn for some serious girl talk about life, love and glamour. On the way, she bumps into Hollywood legend Charlton Heston.
Director Don Boyd : ProducerCliveTulloh
Continuing the series of comic chat, quick wit and repartee, as the regularteam, including Felix Dexter , Ricky Grover ,
Robert Elms and Annabel Giles , reviews this week's stories of concern.
Series producerZabChughtai; Executive producer John Drury
Light-hearted western starring James Brolin
Once the fiery stallion of Billy the Kid, Bad Jim now belongs to cowboy JT Coleman, who is about to begin a life of crime.
DirectorClyde Ware (1989) * See Films: pages 42-47 ***
Ringof Moons. Patrick Moore describes the family of moons belonging to the planet Saturn. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
Repeated next SaturdayonBBC2
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