Comedy. During a family holiday, ten-year-old Pete Hatcher has to put up with several crises - not least the antics of his four-year-old brother Fudge. Director Bob Clark (1995. U) Subtitled. + See Films: pp 48-52 ***
More pre-school fun in today's special edition.
Hippos out of Water. An insight into the activites of these unpredictable creatures. Narrated by David Attenborough.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 9.00 News; plus weather. Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones
Bestselling novelist Jilly Cooper talks to Esther McVey while Michael Quinn reveals how alcoholism took him from head chef at the Ritz to life in the gutter. With Kevin Woodford and Toyah Willcox.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin COMMENT LINE: [number removed]88 (maximum cost lOp)
In the Mood. It seems that Gary may not be the only one who can go back to 1942. Written by Sam Lawrence Repeat Subtitled.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus weather for the week ahead at 11.55am. E-MAIL: [address removed]
The Two Sides of Truth. Quincy takes on a case involving homicide and insurance fraud. Repeat Subtitled ......................
Omnibus edition. The first of this week's episodes is at 8pm. Subtitled .....
Fantasy adventure starring
Laurence Olivier , Harry Hamlin
In order to win the love of the beautiful
Andromeda, Perseus, son of the god Zeus, must overcome the terrifying obstacles set in his path by the other gods.
Director Desmond Davis (1981.15)
* See Films: pp 48-52 ***
As Time Goes By. Humans face new challenges as the body declines into old age. Robert Winston investigates.
Digital widescreen Repeat
Deborah McAndrew is in Somerset, where she visits Wells, Downside Abbey and Glastonbury. Music comes from Farnham Youth Choir, and hymns, sung by Clifton Cathedral Choir, include Father, Lord of All Creation; Jerusalem; Here I Am, Lord; and Love Divine, All Loves Excelling.
Digital widescreen Subtitled ..... THE NATION'S FAVOURITE HYMNS: suggestions can be sent to: Favourite Hymns. Songs of Praise. BBC TV, Manchester. M60 1SJ, or e-mail: [address removed]
Concluding the series exploring the bonds that can develop between humans and animals.
Bringing Up Baby.
Pauline Kidner 's farmhouse is overrun with animals. Badger cubs have taken over her kitchen, fox cubs live in the old cheese room, and even her pet doberman, Murray, looks after baby deer.
This programme follows the ups and downs of life as a "foster mother" to a family of orphaned animals, and the story ofTess the tiny badger and Mulder the fox as they grow up and eventually leave home. Narrated by John Peel. Producer Susan McMillan
Series producer Michael Gunton
The late Jill Dando presents the series in which experts from the Antiques Roadshow are invited into the public's homes in search of hidden treasures.
The series, which began the day before her death, resumes now, with the full support of her family, with Jill on a mystery maritime quest along the east coast of Kent. David Battie delves into Dickens, Lars Tharp researches hot-water bottles, and Hilary Kay makes an unexpected discovery. See today's choices.
Directors Keith Sheather and Karen Walsh
Series producer Anne Clements
Digital widescreen ♦The best tribute to Jill: page 6
Sandy arrives home believing she has been followed. Lionel's courage is tested to the full - much to Jean's alarm.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby Repeat
In the first of this week's five episodes lan's engagement party goes from bad to worse and Natalie gets the surprise of her life, Carol discovers the truth about Bianca and Dan. Is this the end of Ricky and Bianca? For cast see tomorrow and Tuesday
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...........
The start of a six-part drama set in Eccles in the mid-sixties. Starring
Gillian Keamev , Emma Cooke
When a local rock band walk into the chippie, the world of twins Ellie and Arden is turned upside down. Contains strong language. See today's choices.
Written by Debbie Horsfield ; Producer Liz Trubridge ; Director John Woods Repeated on Tuesday at 10.50pm
Digital widescreen Subtitled .... ♦John Peel : p9; New season: p26
An Easter special from 1996. It's Lent and Geraldine is determined to give up chocolate.
Written by Paul Mayhew Archer and Richard Curtis ; Director John Howard Davies Producers Jon Plowman and Sue Vertue
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With Peter Sissons. Weather
In the last visit by celebrities to the BBC Proms at London's Royal Albert Hall , writer and broadcaster Anna Ford introduces highlights of last Thursday's concert commemorating the 150th,
100th and 50th anniversaries of the deaths of Johann Strauss father and son, and Richard Strauss. It's an evening of wine, women and song, with the mood set by waltzes and polkas, as well as Till Eulenspiegel. Soprano
Inger Dam-Jensen joins the BBC Symphony Orchestra, which is conducted by Manfred Honeck. Director Dominic Best
Producer Oliver Macfarlane
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Drama based on a true story starring
Peter Strauss , Rachel Ticotin
Despite a volatile relationship with his wayward girlfriend, Larry McLinden is overjoyed when she announces that she is pregnant. A son is born, and Larry forms a strong bond with the boy. But five years later mother and child disappear.
Director Michael Dinner (1994 . PG)
* See Films: pp 48-52 **
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