A double bill of the US series.
6.55 Flesh and Blood. Monica helps a woman who suspects that her son may be guiltyof murder. Subtitled ...........
7.45 Birthmarks. Monica helps a man come to terms with the loss of his son and the birth of his grandson. Videoplus code for 6.55-8.30 (not PDC)
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
Singer Daniel O'Donnell welcomes
Catrina Skepperto his home in County Donegal; actress Helen Atkinson-Wood cooks roasted red peppers; and John Walters explores the art of crystal healing. With Simon Biagi and Amanda Redington. Executive producerChrisLoughlin ............ PHONE: [number removed]. Calls charged at national rate
A double bill of the classic comedy written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais.
10.30 A Night In. Fletcher and Godbertry to get through a night's lockup with a little imagination. Repeat
11.00 ADayOut. MrBarrowcloughgets more than he bargained for when Fletcher and Godber are allowed out in a work gang. Repeat Subtitled ..................................
Videopluscode for 10.30-11.30 (not PDC).
From Shugborough Hall, Staffordshire, a chance to meet the winners of the Radio Times/Countryfile Photo 98 competition. Presented by John Craven. Including weather for the week ahead at 11.55am.
John Humph rys reports on the politics that matter. Including at 12.00 News
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Subtitled .........
In 1985 hotel owner Mairead Peoples made a journey that was to change her life, to the sacred site of Medugorje. She tells Malachi 0' Doherty why she now organises pilgrimages for others to the war torn former Yugoslavia
Second World War drama starring George Peppard , Sophia Loren
A small group of agents is sent on a vital mission to destroy a Nazi V-2 rocket base in Holland with the aim of preventing flying bombs from falling on London.
Director Michael Anderson (1965, PG)
* See Films: pages 66-74 ***
Lt John Curtis:
Professor Li ndemann:
From the market town of Limavady in the picturesque Roe Valley. Maire Brennan performs her latest song, The Big Rock, while hymns sung in Drumchose Parish Church include How Great Thou Art, Be Not Afraid and In Heavenly Love Abiding.
With Pam Rhodes.
Terry Wogan and Gaby Roslin launch this year's appeal. Shown yesterday at 6pm
The Space Ace. Foggy suggests a replacement when Yorkshire's first trainee astronaut is unwell.
Written by RoyClarke; Director/Producer
Alan JW Bell Repeat Subtitled.
The series continues its 21st yearwith a visitto Coalville in Leicestershire where discoveries include memorabilia of a local miningdisaster, a Tiffany vase and two Ming bronzes. Expert
Peter Nahumjoins Hugh Scully. Producer Michele Burgess : Executive producer
Christopher Lewis WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques - following the programme you can join Hugh Scullyfor an online chat from 7.3ü-8.30pm
The stars of Wildlife on One's most successful programme,
Meerkats United, are back. This film follows the South African
Addo Gang, who are having trouble with the neighbours and dealing with rebellion, infidelity and muggingwithin their ranks. Will the meerkats become divided duringtheir adventures or will they come together in the face of danger? Narrated by David Attenborough.
Director Richard Goss : Series producer
Keith Scholey Repeat
Quigley's dreams of the perfect golf course get a boost. See today's choices.
Dr Michael Ryan:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
Veteran detective William Somerset
and his new partner, rookie David Mills , discover alarming evidence that links two gruesome murders - a serial killer is working his way through the Seven Deadly Sins. Contains scenes that some may find disturbing.
Director David Fincher (1995, 18)
♦ See Films: pp 66-74 ***** ♦ Film of the Week: page 61
Detective David Mills:
Lt William Somerset:
The Jerry Springer Show
Ruby Wax enters the weird world of American talk show TV when she goes behind the scenes of The Jerry Springer Show.
Director Southan Morris ; Series producer
Claire Powell Repeat Subtitled.
Is the decision to remain childless a couples's business or should it be the business of society too? Angela Offen argues that there is still far too much blame attached to those who opt out of parenthood. But with one in five women now having no children, shouldn't there be pressure to procreate? Joan Bakewell debates the issues with Mary Kenny , Bel Mooney , Dr David Cook and Root Cartwright from the British Organisation of Non-Parents.
Series producer Anna Laura Malago ; Series editor Anne Reevell
Drama, based on actual events, starring
Craig McLachlan New Zealand, 1942: when 16-year-old Daisy becomes pregnant, herboyfriend Ed decides to marry her. When he is called up by the army and told he is being sent overseas, Ed goes absent without leave tojoin Daisy.
Director John Laing (1993)
* See Films: pages 66-74 ***
Followed by Weather