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: Model Millie

Comedy. Jonah Stoner becomes annoyed by Aunt Barking's noise machine. Repeat

: Teletubbies

A special Sunday edition of the preschool series

: Breakfast with Frost

Guest presenters Kirsty Wark and Rory Bremner interview the newsmakers and review the Sunday papers. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather.

Contributors

Presenter: Kirsty Wark
Presenter: Rory Bremner
Series Editor: Barney Jones
Executive Editor: Andrew Thompson

: Cathedral

Choral evensong brings to a close the series about Iife behind the scenes at Norwich Cathedral. (Repeat)

: First Light

Steve Chalke presents his favourite moments from the series in the last of the current run. He also catches up on the latest news from Paul Betts, whose daughter Leah died after taking ecstasy, and Belfast peace campaigner Joe Campbell. Music highlights include songs from Barbara Dickson, Anthony Way and gospel legend Jessy Dixon.

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Chalke
Guest: Paul Betts
Guest: Joe Campbell
Musician: Barbara Dickson
Musician: Anthony Way
Singer: Jessy Dixon

: See Hear

The magazine programmefor 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

: Touched by an Angel: Dear God

US series about two angels sent to earth to help people at critical times. Featuring guest star Elliott Gould.
Monica becomes a postal worker to help a concentration camp survivor find his lost faith.

Contributors

[Actor]: Elliott Gould

: Countryfile

Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am.............

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven.

: NEWS

: The Argument

David Aaronovitch hosts a six-part series in which he is joined by a panel of four freethinkers to test accepted wisdom and examine fundamental questions facing people in modern Britain. The first programme looks at the role of men and asks whether they are losing ground in the workplace and in the family.

Contributors

Presenter: David Aaronovitch

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition. Subtitled .........

: Joseph in Egypt

Biblical drama starring
Paul Mercurio , Ben Kingsley
Martin Landau
Joseph, the favoured son of Jacob and Rachel, rises above the treachery of his brothers and enslavement in Egypt to save his people from famine.
Director Roger Young (1995) * See Films: pages 42-51

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Mercurio
Unknown: Ben Kingsley
Unknown: Martin Landau
Director: Roger Young
Joseph: Paul Mercurio
Potiphar: Ben Kingsley
Jacob: Martin Landau
Potiphar'swife: Lesley Ann Warren
Reuben: Michael Angelis
Rachel: Alice Krige
Leah: Dominique Sanda
Pharaoh: Stefano Dionisi

: Pink Panther

More cartoon capers with the impossibly pink cat

: Regional News

: Songs of Praise

The service comes from Canterbury in Kent, where nearly 800 bishops have gathered from around the world for the Lambeth Conference. Pam Rhodes meets some of those attending the event, including an African and an Alaskan bishop, both of whom have dioceses that offer unusual challenges.
Hymns include Hills of the North Rejoice, Go Forth and Tell and Praise to the Lord the Almighty. With the choir of Canterbury Cathedral and Cathedral Brass.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Pam Rhodes
Producer: Steven Benson
Editor: Hugh Faupel

: Animal Hospital Roadshow

Rolf Harris ,
Shauna Lowry and Rhodri Williams go out and about to meet people and their pets around the country, today visiting the Royal Veterinary College in Hertfordshire. See today's choices.
Producer Jack Weber ; Series producer
Sally Drxon

Contributors

Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Shauna Lowry
Unknown: Rhodri Williams
Producer: Jack Weber
Producer: Sally Drxon

: The Great Antiques Hunt

This week the show travels to the city of Edinburgh for a special edition in which two teams of children identify mystery kitchen utensils, match period uniforms to fire engines and select antique objects which would have come in pairs. Presented by Jilly Goolden. Series director Paul O'Dell ; Series producer Pat Holland ♦ Family: page 33

Contributors

Presented By: Jilly Goolden.
Director: Paul O'Dell
Producer: Pat Holland

: Dalziel and Pascoe: Ruling Passion

Malcolm Bradbury's adaptation of the crime novel by Reginald Hill.
While visiting old friends in rural Oxfordshire, Pascoe and his wife are devastated to discover the bodies of their hostess and two of her guests - all three of whom have been shot dead. Meanwhile Dalziel investigates a series of burglaries in which the thief leaves a bizarre calling card.
(Repeat) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Author: Reginald Hill
Adapted by: Malcolm Bradbury
Producer: Paddy Higson
Director: Gareth Davies
Det Supt Andrew Dalziel: Warren Clarke
Det Insp Peter Pascoe: Colin Buchanan
Ellie Pascoe: Susannah Corbett
Det Sgt Wield: David Royle
Sanjay Singh: Navin Chowdhry
Carlo: Joseph Morton
Timmo: Rupam Maxwell
Colin Hopkins: Matthew Radford
Rose Hopkins: Victoria Korner
Sam Dixon: Andrew McCulloch
Supt Derek Backhouse: Peter Blyth
DS Crowther: Philip Manikum
DS Hamblyn: Andrew Callaway
Angus Pelman: Davyd Harries
Marianne Culpepper: Meg Davies
French: Freddie Jones
Hartley Culpepper: Michael Pennington
Anton Davenant: Patrick Ryecart
James Palfrey: Laurence Harrington
Mrs Cottingley: Clare Kelly
Miss Langdale: Mary Chester
Edgar Sturgeon: Michael Stainton
Desk sergeant: Claude Close
Dr Vickery: Fred Pearson
John Cowley: Jonathan Moore
Jonathan Etherege: Mark Benton
Mavis Sturgeon: Olive Pendleton
Willie Noolan: Ian Thompson
Jacko Roberts: Peter Martin
Burne-Jones: Rodney Litchfield

: News

With Peter Sissons.
Weather Bill Giles

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Bill Giles

: Rain Man

Oscar-winning drama starring Dustin Hoffman
Tom Cruise
Hustler Charlie Babbitt feels cheated when he is disinherited in favour of Raymond, the autistic older brother he never knew.
After spiriting Raymond away from the mental institution he has lived in for years, Charlie demands a fair share of his late father's fortune from his brother's trustees. However, as they head for California, the brothers begin to grow closer together.
Director Barry Levinson (1988. 15)
♦ See Films: pp 42-51 ***** * Film of the Week: page 37

Contributors

Director: Barry Levinson
Raymond Babbitt: Dustin Hoffman
Charlie Babbitt: Tom Cruise
Susanna: Valeria Gouno
Dr Bruner: Jerry Molen
John Mooney: Jack Murdock
Vem: Michael D Roberts
Lenny: Ralph Seymour
Iris: Lucinda Jenney
Sally Dibbs: Bonnie Hunt

: The End of the Golden Weather

Family drama about a boy growing up in thirties New Zealand, starring Stephen Fulford
Geoff Crome is a lonely 12-year-old boy with his own imaginary world and a burning ambition to become a writer.
One summer he meets Firpo, a strange, skinny, magical character who dreams of winning an Olympic race, and despite warnings from Geoff's father, the two become friends. Wanting so much to believe in Firpo's impossible dream, Geoff sets himself against his family and friends. (1992, PG)
See Films: pages 42-51

Followed by Weather

Contributors

Director: Ian Mune
Geoff: Stephen Fulford
Firpo: Stephen Papps
Dad: Paul Gittins
Mum: Gabrielle Hammond
Ted: David Taylor
Molly: Alexandra Marshall
Reverend Thirle: Ray Henwood
Jesse Cabot: Steve McDowell

: BBC News 24

BBCl joins the continuous-news station, with bulletins on the hour.








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