Shown yesterday at 10.35pm
A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series. Stereo.
David Frost interviews Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu , live in Durban, South Africa. Including at
8.30 News; plus weather.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
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Pam Rhodes presents music, conversation and reflection for Lent from Lyme Park, Cheshire. Guests include actor
David Bamber , who played MrCollins in BBC TV's Pride and Prejudice, and Don Maclean from Radio 2's Good Morning Sunday. With music from opera singer Jonathan Veira and the Amici Choir.
Today an interview with a student developing a package to enable deaf people to learn lipreading from their own computers. With signing and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2 Stereo ... 759
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
US series about two angels sent to earth to help people at critical times.
Starring Roma Downey , Delia Reese Operation Smile. Monica takes ajob babysitting a child with a disability. With guest, rap singer Tone Loc.
Rural, environmental and agricultural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. (Stereo)
John Humphrys puts senior politicians on the spot. Including at 12.00 News
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled..
Tony Robinson and Jake the parrot tell the story ofthe world's best-loved birds. First shown in The Natural World.
Today's programme covers the last of the designer catwalk shows for autumn and winterwith a report from Paris Fashion week, including interviews with Jean Paul Gaultier and Bernard Amault , who's behind some of France's leading fashion houses. Bride of the Year Lynn Johnston has the final fitting for her VivienneWestwood gown. Stereo
Period drama set in 18th-century
England. When a representative of Louisiana visits. King George insists that the ambassador should be protected from French assassins at Dominic
Angelo's Academy of Arms. Starring
Edward Woodward , Sarah Woodward , Joe Shaw , Sylvia Syms , Isla Blair and Jim Goddard.
From a hall underthe Reebok Stadium, home of Bolton Wanderers football club.
Exhibits include official photographs of Scott's expedition to the Antarctic and a still-dirty football shirt worn by Bolton's Nat Lofthouse in the 1958 FA Cup final.
With Hugh Scully.
Comedy-drama series by Tim Binding and Simon Nye , set in 1961. about a group of AA patrolmen. Starring Paul Bown Philip Jackson , Jo Unwin
BonoMateno. The AA organises the opening of a new by-pass.
DirectorGraeme Harper: Executive producer Mike Stephens
Minister of Transport:
With Jennie Bond. Weather
Suzanne Charlton Subtltled
From Faversham in Kent. Pam
Rhodes visits one of Britain's oldest breweries, sees Europe's largest collection of fruit trees and watches a sculpture of Diana, Princess of Wales, take shape. Hymns sung in the parish church of St Mary of Charity include At the Name of Jesus, Tell Out My Soul, Forthe Beauty of the Earth, and Lift High the Cross. Executive producer Peter Williams ; Editor
Maureen Rees , catapulted to stardom by her appearances as a struggling learner in last year's Driving School, talks about her hectic life since the series and her future plans. Her husband Dave contributes - along with her agent, director, critics and celebrities from the showbiz circles in which she now moves.
Director Paul 0'Dell; Executive producer
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Episode written by Niall Leonard
Father Peter Clifford:
Dr Michael Ryan:
With Michael Buerk. Weather
Suzanne Charlton Subtitied
Fourth in Kay Mellor's six-part drama series about a women's football team. Jo insists she wants to see her birth certificate.
See today's choices.
Ruby Wax talks to controversial multi-millionaire boxing promoter Don King at a Las Vegas title fight. She spars with King about his distinctive hairstyle and meets WBA and IBF world heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield.
Director Southan Morris; Series producer Claire Powell (Stereo) (Subtitled)
The second of three episodes charts the terror and torture carried out in God's name to defeat Satan. It shows how mankind has historically demonised enemies to justify atrocities - from the Crusades to the Spanish Inquisition, from witch-hunts to the Holocaust.
Musical drama starring Liza Minnelli, Shelley Winters, Julie Walters
Mavis Turner runs a small, weekly tap dance class in New York. When her ill-assorted students have the opportunity to do a charity performance, she sees it as an inspiring challenge.
Director Lewis Gilbert (1991, PG)
See Films: pages 51-60
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