Clumsy Roger causes chaos when he accompanies Millie and Baz on atripto the seaside. Repeat
A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series.
Guest presenter Huw Edwards interviews the newsmakers and reviews the Sunday papers. Including 8.30 News; plus weather. Series editor Barney Jones: Executive editor
Andrew Thompson ...............................
The first of four programmes in which . celebrities talk about what is most important in their lives. Comedian Syd Little makes a nostalgic journey backto his roots in Manchester. He reveals to
Diane-Louise Jordan how he has endured family tragedy and found newfaith, and revisits the Blackpool dressing room where his life changed forever....
The weekly magazine programme for people who are deaf and hard of heari ng presents highlights from recent series.
With signing and in-vision subtitles. WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
Live coverage of the fourth morning's play in the Fifth Test between England and South Africa, from Headingley. Introduced by Tony Lewis , with commentary by Richie Benaud , David Gower , Geoffrey Boycott. Barry Richards and Chris Broad , plus reports from Simon Hughes. .......
The series in which David Aaronovitch is joined by a panel of four freethinkers to test accepted wisdom and examine fundamental questions facing people in modern Britain. Today's programme examines the subject of the "nanny state" and asks when it is appropriate for the State to intervene in the private behaviour of its citizens.
Omnibus edition. Subtitled .........
Sequel to the popular family drama National Velvet, starring
Christopher Plummer , Anthony Hopkins When 14-year-old Sarah is orphaned, she is sentfrom America to England to live with her aunt Velvet. Discoveringthey both share a love of horses, Sarah tries to buy the lastfoal sired by Pi, the horse Velvet once rode in the Grand National.
Director Bryan Forbes (1978, PG)
♦ See Rims: pages 44-49 ** ♦ See Barry Norman : page 40
Capt Johnny Johnson:
Another case for the cigar-smoking, raincoat-clad American detective.
A chess player is prepared to commit murder in order to become the world champion.
Harry Secombe presents the first of three programmes in which he looks back at some highlights from the series over the last 12 months.
Golden moments from the great outdoors feature strongly, including strawberries and cream at Wimbledon, stunning scenery in Scotland, seaside settings on England's south coast, a touring pilgrimage and a trip to the Chelsea Flower Show with Lionel Blair and Lesley Joseph. Fellow presenters Steve Chalke , Pam Rhodes and Diane-Louise Jordan recall their personal memories and former Test-match umpire Dickie Bird reads a prayer. Hymns include
The Feast Is Ready, Morning Has Broken and Day by Day. Producer Judith Gregory : Editor
Rolf Harris , Shauna Lowry and Rhodri Williams go out and about to meet people and their pets around the country. This week they visit the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in Slimbridge on the banks of the River Severn in Gloucestershire, an 800-acre reserve which is home to around
3,000 birds. Patients of local vet
Neil Forbes include a heavily-pregnant cocker spaniel and an abandoned dog on the verge of death. See today's choices.
Producer David Johnson ; Series producer Sally Dixon
This week the show travels to Leeds, where the two teams must date some 20th-century chair designs, examine items of local pottery and value contemporary works in Leeds
City Art Gallery before selecting the correct title for three sculptures. Then they visit Saltaire, the village that was purpose-built by Victorian industrialist Titas Salt for his workforce, to hunt for collectables for the auction round at an antiques centre.
Jilly Goolden's Questionnaire: page 18
Dalziel and Pascoe investigate when a serial killer embarks on a brutal murder spree, carrying out three ritual stranglings in the area. See today's choices.
Det Supt Dalziel:
Det Insp Pascoe:
Det Sgt Wield:
Cadet Sanjay Singh:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather David Braine
Romantic thriller starring Harrison Ford
Hardened Philadelphia cop John Book is assigned to protect Rachel Lapp, a member of the reclusive Amish community, when her son Samuel witnesses a savage murder on a rare trip to the city. Forced to run for their lives, they flee to the Lapps' rural home.
Director Peter Weir (1985, 15)
See Films: pp 44-49 *****
Film of the week: page 39
Dep Comm Schaeffer:
Comic action road movie, starring
1989: the spirit of the sixties is dead but, as young reactionary FBI agent John Buckner finds while transporting middle-aged radical Huey Walker for trial , the age of rebellion is far from over.
Director Franco Amurri (1990, 15)
* See Films: pages 44-49 ***
Followed by Weather
Donald Stark, FBI director:
BBCljoins the continuous-news station, with bulletins on the hour.