New Business. Montana makes a confession. Repeat
A special Sunday edition of the fun-filled pre-school series..
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather. Editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
This week's edition of the live magazine show looks at the spiritual side of the Glastonbury Festival. Cook Michael Barry talks about Muslim food and Mike Harding examines the faith that inspired pop star Freddie Mercury -Zoroastrianism.
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Sophie celebrates the aromatic pleasures ofthyme. Repeat
The Hot Dog Murder. Quincy tries to prove that a hot dog was used in a prison murder. Postponed from 13 June First shown on ITV
This week John Craven watches Lord Lichfield capture a picture for the Radio Times/Countryfile Photo competition. Plus weather for the week ahead at 11.55am.
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John Humphrys reports on the politics that matter. Including at 12.00 News
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Classic fantasy musical, launching Twister Week, starring Judy Garland
Ray Bolger , Bert Lahr , Jack Haley
When a huge tornado hits Dorothy's home in Kansas, she is whisked into a strange and dazzling world. The season continues tonight with a live report from Oklahoma City at 7pm. Directors Victor Fleming and [uncredited] King Vidor (1939. U)
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New Look. It is decided to give Grace Brothers a Great Gatsby image. Written by Jeremy Lloyd
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In the first semi-final, the new junior masterchefs of the North West. South West and Home Counties are judged by chef Marcus Wareing and actress Lesley Joseph. Hosted by Loyd Grossman.
Gavin Campbell finds out about the Fairtrade Mark consumer label, which guarantees a better deal for Third World producers. Plus charity news.
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At the Braunston boat show,
Northamptonshire, Pam Rhodes meets people still working on barges, and discovers how this form of transport is still being used in industry and by Christian missionaries. The hymns include 0 Worship the King, Love Divine, and The Day Thou Gavest.
Producer R Medwyn Hughes; Editor Hugh Faupel Digital widescreen
In this light-hearted show,
Terry Wogan explores the phenomenon that's sweeping the country.
There's news of the TV station that caters for "old geezer" tastes - UK Old. The launch of the Grey Party, who campaign for the reintroduction of half-day closing. Plus a question-and-answer session in which Terry, who turned 60 last year, passes on the finer points of geezerdom. Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber Digital widescreen
The first of a series of special programmes, presented live by Juliet Morris from "tornado alley" in the USA. On 3 May a tornado twisting at 318mph ripped through Oklahoma City, destroying
4,000 homes and killing 45 people. BBC crews have been filming events in the region through the stormy season to record the human stories. With on-the-spot reports from Shilpa Mehta and Nick Baker. The series continues tomorrow at 7pm.
Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves ; Series producer John Groom ♦Twisting the week away: page 7
Last in the current series.
Ironing Day. Auntie lets Smiler try some home-made wine.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
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The second of two return visits to gardens which have been landscaped by Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh. In this programme the team take a peek at a garden they transformed in Bromley, Kent. Producer John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam Digital widescreen Revisedrepeat Subtitled......
Second of a six-part drama serial based on the turbulent lives of four remarkable sisters. Starring Geraldine Somerville, Alun Armstrong
Emily weds Lord Kildare and they depart for Ireland, while in London, tensions run high between Caroline and her husband, whose political star is ascending. See today's choices.
Written by Harriet O'Carroll ; Producers Christopher Hall and David Snodin Director David Caffrey
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With Peter Sissons. Weather
Ruby Wax continues her journey across the USA as it prepares for the new millennium.
Paula Jones. In Little Rock,
Arkansas, birthplace of President Clinton's political career, Ruby meets Paula Jones , whose claims of sexual harassment led to the biggest sex scandal in American politics this century. Director Michael Waldman ; Executive producer David Blake Knox
Lucy, Abby and Joseph are eight years old and awaiting their first
Holy Communion at their
Roman Catholic church. For their parents this is a tradition that goes back generations. The children may not understand the religious implications, but look forward to being "saints for a day". See today's choices.
Director Karen Blumenfield ; Series editor Richard Denton
Lori Loughlin , Martin Sheen
When a rookie woman police officer is raped by a colleague, she reports the incident - but that only proves to be the beginning of her nightmare.
Director Armand Mastroianni (1994. 12)
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