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
Toyah Willcox muses on the weekgone by. Mike Harding meets a Jewish comedian. With Kevin Woodford and Catrina Skepper. Executive producer Chris Loughlin ............. COMMENT LINE: [number removed]88 (maximum cost lOp)
A Tale of Two Horses. Two raw recruits are put through their paces at the Defence
Animal Centre. Repeat
It's a Sin to Tell a Lie. Gary worries when counterfeit moneyturns up in the forties. Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran
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Rural issues, presented by John Craven. Including weather for the week ahead at
John Humphrys reports on the politics that matter. Including at 12.00 News
Editor David Jordan
Omnibus edition. Subtitled .........
Then Casualty 250 -the Viewers' Choice Acall for viewers to vote fortheir favourite episode of the medical drama.
Mrs Slocombe Expects. A family crisis elicits little sympathy for Mrs Slocombe. Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Comedy starring Sidney James
Kenneth Williams , Charles Hawtrey
India, 1895: the villainous Khasi of Kalabar plans a rebellion against governor Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond . Can the dreaded Highland regiment the Third Foot and Mouth foil the Khasi 's plot? Director GeraldThomas (1968, PG)
♦ See Films: pages 56-63
In the last semi-final Masterchefs from
London, the South East and North West are judged by Loyd Grossman , with designer Jasper Conran and chef
Martin Blunos. Digital widescreen
Craig Doyle appeals on behalf of the Environmental Investigation Agency.
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Michael Buerk meets those who work at the Houses of Parliament, including the Speaker, Betty Boothroyd. Elaine Paige sings From a Distance, while hymns, sung in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft, include Lord of All Hopefulness, GuideMe 0 Thou Great Redeemer, Judge Eternal and I Vow to Thee My Country.
Continuing the comedy set on a remote RAF early-warning station.
An osprey decides to nest in one of the radar dishes on the base.
Written by Pete Sinclair, Trevelyan Evans
Director Lissa Evans; Producer Peter Thornton
Digital widescreen Subtitled
FIt Lt Harrison:
The 21st series ends with a visit to Lyme Park, Cheshire, where exhibits include an early edition of The Canterbury Tales and a pair of Bretby glazed pottery figures. Hosted by Hugh Scully. A new series will start in the autumn. See today's choices. Producer Michele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Greed. The Porters argue about how they would spend a lottery win.
Written by Andrew Marshall ; Director/Producer Richard Boden Repeat Subtitled.....24
A series documenting natural cataclysmic events.
Inferno. Blazing wildfires are an awesome sight but in many areas of the world these fires are so frequent that a whole ecosystem revolves around them. Very little wildlife, however, adapts to the fires emitted by volcanos. Producer Graham Booth
Series producer Michael Gunton
The series of docu-soaps about Gretna Green ends with the wedding of a 16-year-old from Northern Ireland, Joanne, whose parents are unlikely to react well when they learn she has married Ralph, a man of a different religious persuasion who is more than twice her age. Meanwhile, Mike has arranged a motorbike escort to accompany himto his wedding with Carol.
With Peter Sissons. Weather
In recognition of her recent Variety Club award for BBC television personality ofthe year, this tribute to the popular actress gets another airing. For 40 years Barbara Windsor's career has unfolded in a blaze of publicity as she has become a fixture on both small and large screens. Contains swearing. Producer Steven D Wright ; Executive producer TonyRoss Repeat Subtitled ...
In a pre-Academy
Awards curtain-raiserto the new series, which begins on Wednesday at
10.55pm, new presenter Jonathan Ross heads for
Hollywood, where he meets some ofthis year's Oscar nominees, including British actresses Brenda Blethyn , Lynn Redgrave and Emily Watson. See today's choices.
Director Pauline Law Subtitled ..
♦ The Oscar nominations, plus
Barry Norman and Jonathan Ross on the Oscars: from page 49
Malcolm is poorly and Mrs Merton is worried about him.
Shown last Monday
Ape Related. Laterthis month the New Zealand government will decide whetherto introduce legislation which gives human rights to chimps and apes, a move that would further encourage a groupof scientists, lawyers and philosophers who want the international community to take similar action. Joan Bakewell asks whether such a policy would make a mockery of the concept of human rights.
Series producer Christine Morgan ; Executive producer David Coomes Subtitled.
Drama, from the Oscar-nominated director of Shakespeare in Love, starring Matt Dillon , Joan Chen 1952: FBI agent Kevin Walker is assigned to root out subversion in San Francisco's China Town.
Eagerfor results, he frames an innocent laundry worker. Ten years later, afterthe man has committed suicide, Walkerforms a relationship with his daughter. Director John Madden (1994,15). * See Films: pages 56-63 **
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