7.30 Comedy series. Millie's model park comes to life with the story of MrTrufflenose and his disobedient dog.
A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series.............
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
Continuingthe series taking a look at life behind the scenes at Norwich Cathedral,
Norfolk. Candidates forthe priesthood prepare fortheir service of ordination and Methodist minister Jack Burton explains why the people of Norwich are justly proud oftheircathedral. Repeat
On the day of the men's singles final at
Wimbledon, tennis commentator Gerald Williams talks to Steve Chalke about his sport, marriage and a special holiday. Also this week Sister Wendy Beckett appraises van Eyck's painting the Amolfini Marriage while music comes from soul-singer Ruby Turner
The weekly magazine programme for people who are deaf and hard of hearing presents highlights from recent series.
With signing and in-vision subtitles. WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
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Live coverage from Old Trafford of the fourth day's play in the Third Test between England and South Africa. England will be determined to regain some pride followingthe ten-wicket defeat in the Second Test at Lord's s which gave the tourists a 1-0 lead in the series.
South Africa's second-string bowlers
Jacques Kallis and Lance Klusener engineered England's remarkable second innings collapse in that match after Nasser Hussain 's century had appeared to give the home side a chance of salvaging the game. Commentary is provided by Richie Benaud , David Gower , Barry Richards and Chris Broad. With
Simon Hughes. introduced by Tony Lewis. Producer Alan Griffiths and Mark Wilkin
Editor Carl Hicks ..............................
Omnibus edition. Irene faces a tough decision while piecing together Terry's past. Rosa comes under fire from Gianni and George. Subtitled .................
Men's Singles Final
Live coverage from Centre Court at the Al England Club of the men's singles final which starts at 2pm.
Although Pete Sampras is favourite to secure a fifth title and the record prize money of £435,000, there could be a new name engraved on the trophy with Australian Open champion Petr Korda and Spain's Carlos Moya both expected to mount strong challenges for a final place. Formertitle-holders Andre Agassi and Richard Krajicek will also be hoping forthe chance to recreate past glories while
British hopes of a representative in the final rest with Tim Henman who reached the quarter-finals last year. Commentary comes from John Barrett. Introduced by Sue Barker and Steve Rider. Coverage of Wimbledon continues on BBC2.
TV presentation Barbara Slater
With Moira Stuart. Weather
In a special programme marking the 50th anniversary of the National Health Service, Roger Royle travels to Trafford General Hospital in Manchesterwhere he visits the ward where the NHS was inaugurated and meets its first patient. Hymns sung in the Church of St Bartholomew the Great - situated next doorto one of London's oldest hospitals-include Be Still forthe Presence of the Lord, Crown Him with Many Crowns, Eagles Fly and Brother Let Me Be Your Servant.
Producer John Forrest ; Editor Hugh Faupel
An extended episode of the comedy about an irrepressible snob and her put-upon husband.
Hyacinth is planning a new kitchen when she is told of a stranger in her father's bed.
Written by Roy Clarke; Director/Producer Harold Snoad
Ninth ofaten-part nannying drama.
Starring Clare Wilkie
Victoria Smurfit , Tabitha Wady
Wednesday's Child. Isabel and Mason make an announcement and Lydia rescues NannyCollins. The final part can be seen on 12July. Seetoday'schoices.
Written by Deborah Cook ; Producer
Alison Davis ; Director Richard Holthouse
Victoria St John:
Arnold St John:
Tom St John:
Harriet St John:
A powerful and moving drama written by Lucy Gannon and starring Amanda Burton
Neil Dudgeon , Trevor Peacock Crispin Bonham-Carter
When housewife Lynn learns she is suffering from a fatal illness, she determines not to leave her daughterwith the sad legacy that her own mother's death left her. Contains some swearing. See today's choices.
Producer Alan Horrox ; Director Danny Hiller
♦ Mummy says goodbye: page 30
With Michael Buerk. Weather Peter Gibbs
Nation of Islam
The controversial religious group Nation of Islam is growing in popularity among black people on both sides of the Atlantic but its leader, Louis Farrakhan , is banned from entering the UK. This film traces the organisation's history while Farrakhan talks about his own career and the accusations of murder and racism he has faced. See today's choices. ProducerGeoff Small; Series editor
Comedy directed by and starring Mel Brooks with Lesley Ann Warren
As arrogant as he is wealthy, businessman Goddard Bolt is lured into a rash wager: that he has the wits to survive and thrive in any situation, even if he is destitute and livingonthe streets.
(1991. PG) * See Films: pages 48-53 *
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