Drama, based on Colleen McCullough 's best-selling novel, starring Piper Laurie , Mel Gibson
Tim is a beautiful, mild-mannered young man whom Mary Horton longs to take under her wing. The problem is that Mary isinherfortiesandTimhasaverylowlQ.
Director Michael Pate (1979) Subtitled. * See Rims: pages 54-59 ****
Loyd Grossman introduces the second semi-final, featuring Masterchefs of Northern Ireland, the east of England and the Midlands who arejudged by Janet Street-Porter and chef Alastair Little.
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In this Mothering Sunday edition, former champion boxer Barry McGuigan tells
Steve Chalke why his mother is a knockout, while actresses Patricia Hodge and Amanda Redman discuss motherhood. With Dana, and Eloise Irving the Radio 2 Choirgirl of the Year: hymns and songs sung in St
Alkmund's Church, Derby, include Forthe Beauty of the Earth, Every Time I Think of You and Praise to the Lord. the Almighty. Digital widescreen Subtitled ................ ♦ Easter CD offer: page
Continuing the comedy set on a remote RAF early-warning station.
Iain's hotel has been included in the Tranquil Britain guide, but on the base a powerful siren is being fitted.
The team visit Colwyn Bay in north Wales, where they discover a long plaited pearl necklace known as a sautoir, a 90-year-old doll's house with its original furnishings, and a collection of ocean-liner brochures. With Hugh Scully. Producer Michele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
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The first of a series returningto gardens that have been landscaped by a team led by Alan Titchmarsh. Tonight's programme revisits
Norma Woodham at her home in Kent.
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The docu-soap about Gretna
Green. Melanie and Darren have just two hours to get married before they return to South Shields forthe reception.
Meanwhile John and Susan's guests are waitingforthe couple to arrive, but the bride is in fora surprise - she doesn't realise she's attending her own wedding. Series producer Helen Richards
Executive producer Stephen Lambert
First of a three-part series documenting cataclysmic events.
Deluge. This first programme focuses on the destruction caused byfloods, storms and avalanches, and howthese events sometimes lead to the regeneration of the affected area. See today's choices. Producer Tim Martin
Series producer Mike Gunton
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The final episode of thedarkdrama. Danny is desperate to be reconciled with Emma.
Contains adult content and violence. Seetoday'schoices.
Episode written by Joe Ainsworth ; Producer Matthew Bird ; Director Roberto Bangura
Digital widescreen BBC VIDEO: all ten episodes of the second series, uncut and undubbed. are now available on a double video, price 119.99
A Quick Fix? Barbara Harris is a fostermotherfrom California, who believes that drug addicts have no right to give birth to addicted children. She is offering women $200 (roughly f 125) to be sterilised. Joan Bakewell reports. Series producer Christine Morgan ; Executive producer David Coomes
Black comedy by Peter Weir , who has been
Oscar-nominated as best directorfor The Truman Show.
Two brothers drive into the Australian town of Paris and one of them is killed in a road crash.
The other soon discovers that car accidents are more common than coincidence should allow.
(1974,15) The President's Analyst is tomorrow 12.05am + See Films: pages 54-59 ****
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