Penguin adventures. (Repeat)
A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers. including at 8.30 News; plus weather.
Tony Robinson is joined by Terry Waite as he looks at the words of wisdom in the Old Testament.
Former MP David Mellor and other football fans discuss whether that sport is more important to people than religion. The Rev Steve Chalke talks to Nellie Thornton about her fashions for people with disabilities, and singer Mal Pope performs Reunion of the Heart and Amazing Grace in the Studio. Stereo .....................
Today's edition features a tour of the British Museum, talks with the hearing children of deaf parents and offers the chance to take part in the Computers Don't Bite campaign, which aims to make people more comfortable with new technology. With signing and in-vision subtitles.
US series about two angels sent to earth to help people at critical times.
Rock 'n' Roll Dad. Monica becomes a chauffeur in order to help a rock star to come to terms with the death of his wife.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am.
John Humphrys puts senior politicians on the spot. Including at 12.00 News.
Cecil B DeMille's biblical epic, starring Victor Mature, Hedy Lamarr, George Sanders
Samson, the champion of the people of Dan, is brought down by his love for the treacherous Philistine charmer, Delilah.
See Films: pages 52-57
Saran of Gaza:
Seventy million years ago it was home to dinosaurs, but today America's Grand
Canyon provides a dramatic but sometimes harsh habitat for bighorn sheep, tarantula hawks and lizards, some of which have been affected by the building of two huge dams.
First shown in The Natural World.
Pam Rhodes visits Oxford, where the Choir of New College sing Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus; hymns include Praise to the Holiest in the Height, Abide with Me and This Joyful Eastertide.
From Cannock in Staffordshire, where the exhibits include an ornate match striker made by the imperial Russianjeweller, a bronze tigerfrom Japan and a curved cricket bat infested with woodworm. With Hugh Scully. Producer Michele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Terry Wogan presents comic clips that the stars hoped would never be shown, including out-takes from Tom Jones, I'm Alan Partridge, EastEnders, Men Behaving Badly and more.
First of a ten-part drama series following the fortunes of three nannies in turn-of-the-century London. Starring Clare Wilkie, Victoria Smurfit, Tabitha Wady
Country girl Lydia, single mother Hannah and east ender Matty seek new lives and careers with three affluent families. But will they manage to win over the parents, children and household staff?
See today's choices.
Episode written by Deborah Cook Producer Alison Davis ; Director Lesley Manning
Nanny knows best: page 26
Victoria St John:
Arnold St John:
Harriet St John:
Tom St John:
Lady Constance Lamson-Scribener:
Lord George Lamson-Scribener:
Rough music man:
The romantic comedy series. Jean and Lionel get caught up in a countryside crisis.
Concluding the drama, set against the background of the English slave trade.
Starring Warren Clarke, Anna Massey, Emma Fielding, Ariyon Bakare
Frances prays that her child was fathered by her husband, and urges Mehuru to flee Bristol.
See today's choices.
Adapted by Philippa Gregory from her novel
A Respectable Trade
9.20pm BBCl The dramatic crux of Philippa Gregory's drama lies on whether we can accept that a black slave and his 18th-century mistress would be able to go against social taboos and fall in love. That it just succeeds hinges on two things: the character of Mehuru and the similarities between the two lovers.
Frances and Mehuru are both considered decorative possessions in the eyes of the male-dominated society. So not only has this drama shown us the dark side to our maritime history, but also the realities of our social history.
Sir Charles Fairley:
With Peter Sissons. Weather
Highlights of the two leading games from the final day of the FA Premiership season.
Commentary by John Motson, Barry Davies, Jon Champion and Tony Gubba.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Trevor Brooking and Alan Hansen.
See Alan Hansen: page 44
Thriller starring Markie Post, Corbin Bernsen
After her husband admits to killing a man, Joyce Benderman sees a link between him and a string of unsolved murders.
See Films: pages 52-57 ***
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BBC1 joins the news station.