The Loaded Deck. Rob risks all when a gambler comes to town.
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More colourful pre-school fun in today's special Sunday edition.
Guest presenter Peter Sissons interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers. Including at 8.30 News; plus weather. Editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Indian musician Ravi Shanker tells
Esther McVey about his faith and his music, and dub-poet Benjamin Zephaniah gives Mike Harding a guide to Rastafarianism. With Paul Ross and Catrina Skepper.
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A treasured pot plant is the surprise ingredient to flavour a moist almond cake. Repeat
Sullied Be Thy Name. A priest's death in the bedroom of a prostitute causes controversy. Repeat Subtitled ..........
People and stories at the heart of the British countryside, presented by John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead at 11.55am. Subtitled ................ E-MAIL: [address removed]
Continuing the rerun of the fly-on-the-wall series about Selfridges in London, with a sizeable problem for the furniture department. Repeat
Turned Out Nice Again. George Formby turns up at the Royal Oak.
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Two Harts in 314 Time. Jonathan and Jennifer Hart discover that although their old friend Max is dead, he has still left them some surprises. Starring Robert Wagner and Stefanie Powers , with guest-star Joan Collins. Subtitled...
This documentary goes behind the scenes of the lavish drama Aristocrats, which concludes tonight at 9.30pm. The programme talks to members of the cast and reveals how the 18th-century settings were created. Subtitled ...........
In the last semi-final, the newjunior masterchefs of London, Scotland, and the North East are judged by chef Sally Clarke and Coronation Street actress
Helen Worth. Hosted by Loyd Grossman. Digital widescreen Subtitled .............................
Alice Beer appeals on behalf of L'Arche communities for people with learning disabilities. Plus charity news.
Repeated on Wednesday at 5.50pm on BBC2
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The first in a re-run of the seven-part series showing how the body has evolved. With Robert Winston.
Life Story. This week a look at the body's miraculous skills. Repeat
In the first part of a three-week trek along Hadrian's Wall from the Tyne to the Solway, Stephanie Hughes meets actress Susan Jameson - who talks about novelist Catherine Cookson - and athletics commentator
Brendan Foster. The music, sung by the Newcastle Bach Choir and Newcastle Cathedral Choir, includes Love Divine and All
Creatures of Our God and King. Series producer Roger Hutchings Editor Hugh Faupel
With Nicholas Witchell. Weather
Beginning a six-part second series of the comedy-drama following AA and RAC patrols in 1962. A simple first aid exercise turns to chaos and Leonard pops the question to Joyce.
Written by Tim Binding ; Director
Keith Washington ; Producer Mike Stephens Digital widescreen Subtitled ............
The first of eight programmes exploring the bonds that can develop between humans and animals.
Animals on Call. Fifteen-year-old Maddy depends on a machine to keep her alive. She has spent the past two years in hospital and is tired of being "different", but something can help and it's not a drug. It's a menagerie of "therapy animals", including a tiger cub. Narrated by Rolf Harris. See today's choices. Producer Vanessa Berlowitz
Series producer Michael Gunton
Another chance to see the transformation worked by Alan Titchmarsh 's gardening team on a garden in Bromley, Kent, followed by a return visit.
Producer John Thomicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam
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Third in a six-part drama series about a wildlife police officer, starring Jerome Rynn
The World According to Carp McCabe and Cassidy suspect a local criminal of killing otters and birds to protect a lake full of carp. See today's choices.
Written by Kieran Prendiville from a story by Brian B Thompson
Producer Murray Ferguson
Director Paul Harrison
With Nicholas Witchell. Weather
Concluding the drama set in the 18th century. Starring
Diana Quick , Sian Phillips
Emily's son Edward returns from Revolutionary France and plots a violent rebellion to overthrow the Irish monarchist regime. See today's choices.
Written by Harriet O'Carroll ; Producers Christopher Hall and David Snodin Director David Caffrey
Digital widescreen Subtitled .... ADDITIONAL MATERIAL: for a publication on the series, send a cheque for £5.99, payable to BBC Education Production, to: [address removed]. Soundtrack on CD from retailers
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r Thriller starring
Following a gangster killing, an LA lawyer travels to remote
Canada to persuade a reluctant eye-witness to come forward.
Director Peter Hyams (1990.15)
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Sgt Dominick Benti:
Drama, based on a true story, starring John Rltter
Abusive husband Paul Hegstrom
decides he must overcome his problem.
Director Graeme Campbell (1996, 15)
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