A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series.................
Shown yesterday at 10.40pm
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
Irish flautist James Galway talks to Esther McVey , Mike Harding continues his spiritual quest by diningwith a Muslim family, and monk Anthony Sutch cooks some pancakes for Lent. Presented by Kevin Woodford and Catrina Skepper.
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Tommy Docherty re-lives his favourite sporting memories, with Garth Crooks.
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Godber struggles to revise for an O-level, so Fletcher tries to convince him he will only pass by cheating.
The people and the stories at the heart of the British countryside, presented by John Craven. Includingweatherforthe week ahead at 11.55am. Subtitled ....
John Humph rys reports on the politics that matter. Including at 12.00 News
Editor David Jordan
A look back at the varied career of the much-loved actor, who took on many serious roles as well as comic, including Captain Mainwaring in Dad'sArmy, an episode of which follows
Gettingthe Bird. Walker arranges for
Jones to obtain some off-ration pigeons.
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Loyd Grossman this week introduces three hopefuls from Scotland and Northern Ireland, who are judged by actor Richard Griffiths and chef David Nicholls.
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Actor Trevor Eve makes an appeal on behalf of the charity War on Want, working forthe world's poor and dispossessed. Repeated on Wednesday at 5.50pm on BBC2
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Pam Rhodes visits Winchester, where poet Wendy Cope goes behind the scenes of the city's famous cathedral. There's music from the cathedral choir performing AmazingGrace and soloist Mal Pope , and the hymns include Praise My Soul the Kingof Heaven, 0 Thou Who Camest from Above, Tell Out My Soul, and All My Hope on God Is Founded.
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ACIean Sweep. Foggy tries to keep alive an old tradition.
Concluding this present series, a new one starts in the spring. Written by RoyClarke; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell Digital widescreen
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Hugh Scully and the team visit Syon Park, London, where their discoveries include a previously unknown collection of intimate letters from Henry Moore to a lady, and a child's "correction "chair.
Producer Michele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
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Antony Worrall Thompson , with the help of actress Kathy Burke , uses hisfavourite ingredient peas, in a recipe for Comic Relief. Director Steve Smrth ; Producers Jon Rowlands and Sue Vertue
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Africa. In the last in the current series, Jill Dando presents a holiday guide to Africa, which includes reports from Cape Town, Tunisia and Zanzibar.
Series producer Sarah Targett : Executive producer Fenia Vardanis
Athree-part series following 11 celebrities on a mission to bring videotaped messages from the people of Africa back to the UK, this week featuring
Lenny Henry , Ewan McGregor and Ruby Wax. See today's choices.
Director Clem Vallance ; Producer Julia Simmons Digital widescreen Comic Relief Jukebox is tonight 10. 10pm * A message from Africa: p24
With PeterSissons. Weather
Continuing the newdocu-soap aboutthe marriage capital of Britain, Gretna Green. This week there's an unusual double wedding, as sisterand brother Emma and Jason marry siblings Peter and Louise.
Series producer Helen Richards
Executive producer Stephen Lambert
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Seventh episode of the dark ten-part drama.
John Fisherfinally wreaks vengeance on Chef.
Contains strong language and violence. See today's choices.
Episode written by William Gaminara
Producer Matthew Bird ; Director David Moore Digital widescreen Subtitled 859 # See Letters: page
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Zoe Ball presents a twice-weekly six-part series of archive comedy clips. Viewers can vote forthose they most want to see by dialling 0891 followed by one of the numbers below. Calls cost lOp, 6p of which goes to Comic Relief. Clips of the Night:
Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em...........
Only Fools and Horses.................. Harry Enfield and Chums Comedy Genius Clips: Victoria Wood as Seen on TV-
Coronation Street spoof Is It on the Trolley? ...................... Acorn Antiques: the Health Farm.... Li nes for Clips ofthe Night close about five minutes before the end of the show, and at midnight on Tuesdayfor Comedy Genius Clips. Next edition is on Wednesday at 8.30pm Director/Producer Steven D Wright
Another chance to see the first part of a new drama set in a coastal town, starring Nick Berry For Those in Peril. Mike Nicholls returns home after a navy career. Shown last Thursday Parttwo Thursday 8pm Digital widescreen
Joan Bakewell presents a six-part series of ethical debates.
Bully for You. Bullying is becoming rife in the modern workplace. increasing numbers receive persistent intimidation, but how much stress does it take to create the bullies and the bullied?
Series producer Christine Morgan ; Executive producer David Coomes Subtitled. ♦ See Polly Toynbee : page 10
Romantic comedy. A newly arrived Italian is stranded in Sydney with no money, nojob and little English. Director Michael Powell (1966) .. * See Films: pages 48-53 * Followed by Weather