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: Harry and the Hendersons

Mentor. Harry has red spots and the Hendersons want him to see a Bigfoot expert. (R) (S)

: Match of the Day

Shown yesterday 10.30pm (S)

: Breakfast with Frost

David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Plus
9.00 News, with weather later. Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones (S)

Contributors

Unknown: David Frost
Editor: Andrew Thompson

: The Heaven and Earth Show

TV presenter Matthew Kelly talks with Esther McVey , plus myths and stories about witches. With Toyah Willcox and Kevin Woodford. Executive producer Chris Loughlin

Contributors

Talks: Matthew Kelly
Unknown: Esther McVey
Unknown: Toyah Willcox
Unknown: Kevin Woodford.
Producer: Chris Loughlin

: Goodnight Sweetheart

Come Fly with Me. Can Gary cope with two stag nights?
Written by Sam Lawrence (R) (S)

Contributors

Written By: Sam Lawrence

: Countryflle

Rural issues with John Craven.
Plus weather for the week ahead at 11.55am. (S) E-MAIL: countryfile@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven.

: On the Record

John Humphrys reports on political issues. Including at 12.00 News
Editor David Jordan (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys
Editor: David Jordan

: Cartoons

Animated antics.

: EastEnders

Omnibus edition. (S) (W)

: The Children's Promise

An appeal inviting viewers to give their final hour's income of 1999 to charity. (R) (S)

: The Four Musketeers

Richard Lester 's sequel to
The Three Musketeers. Newly-invested musketeer D'Artagnan is joined by his three colleagues in another swashbuckling adventure as once again they do battle with the devious Cardinal Richelieu.
(1974. PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 82-88 ***

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Lester
Unknown: Cardinal Richelieu.
Athos: Oliver Reed
Milady de Winter: Faye Dunaway
D'Artagnan: Michael York
Constance Bonancieux: Raquel Welch
Aramis: Richard Chamberlain
Porthos: Frank Finlay

: Walking with Dinosaurs

Giant of the Skies. Following pterosaur on an extraordinary flight to its distant breeding place. Shown last Monday (S) (W)

: Points of View

Terry Wogan hosts the forum for viewers' comments on BBC TV shows. Write to Points of View, BBC TV, London, W12 7TS, or phone/fax on [number removed]. The e-mail address is pov@bbc.co.uk (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Wogan

: Lifeline

Edward Enfield appeals on behalf of Remap, who make technical aids for disabled people.
Repeated Wed 5.50pm BBC2 (S) DONATIONS: Remap, [address removed], or telephone [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Enfield

: Regional News

: Songs of Praise

Diane Louise Jordan is in Hull, East Yorkshire, to visit Europe's largest travelling fun fair. Hymns include Give Me Joy in My Heart, O Worship the King and Shine, Jesus Shine. (S) (W)
MUSIC: Songs of Praise - the Christmas Album available from 8 November from retailers.

Contributors

Presenter: Diane Louise Jordan

: The Magician's House

PM A new six-part family fantasy drama. Mary, William and Alice arrive at 500-year-old Golden House for Christmas, unaware that a time-travelling magician, is eager to make them guardians of his beloved Golden Valley. See Choice.
Written by William Corlett and based on his novels; Producers
Helena Cynamon , Stephen Garrett ; Director Paul Lynch (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By: William Corlett
Producers: Helena Cynamon
Producers: Stephen Garrett
Director: Paul Lynch
Stephen Tyler/The Magician: Ian Richardson
Jack Green: Neil Pearson
Meg Lewis: Sian Phillips
Voice ofthe Rat: Jennifer Saunders
Mary Green: Katie Stuart
Matthew: Christopher Redman
Alice Constant: Olivia Coles
William Constant: Steven Webb
Phoebe Taylor: Kate Greenhouse
Kev: Martin Evans
Arthur: Matthew Walker
Dave: Tim Cadeny
Mr Parsons: Bernard Cuffling

: Antiques Roadshow

In a brand new series, Hugh Scully takes the experts to the gardens of Athelhampton House in Dorset. Among theirfinds is a valuable painting stored in an attic, a rare Scottish silver drinking cup and a mantrap. See Choice. Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
(S) (W) Know How.... to spot a fake: page 50

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Scully
Producer: Michele Burgess
Producer: Christopher Lewis

: Charlotte Church - Voice of an Angel

The 13-year-old singing sensation Charlotte Church takes centre stage in a London theatre for her first solo concert. Songs include Pie Jesu and Panis Angelicus , and she is accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and the Welsh choir Men of Harlech.
Director David Mallet ; Producer Rock Oldham (S) Music: page 58

Contributors

Unknown: Panis Angelicus
Director: David Mallet

: Ballykissangel: Behind Bars

Quigley bids farewell to Niamh and discovers that the new landlord of the pub is an enemy from the past. (S) (W)

Contributors

Episode written By: Mark Holloway
Producer: Chris Clough
Director: Peter Lydon
Brian Quigley: Tony Doyle
Niamh: Tina Kellegher
Sean Dillon: Lorcan Cranitch
Donal: Frankie McCafferty
Liam: Joe Savino
Paul Dooley: Owen Roe
Oonagh Dooley: Marion O'Dwyer
Dermot Dooley: Ciaran Owens
Grainne Dooley: Katie Cullen
Brendan: Gary Whelan
Siobhan: Deirdre Donnelly
Orla: Victoria Smurfit
Conor: Owen Teale
Father Aidan: Don Wycherley
Kathleen: Aine Ni Mhuiri
Danny: Colin Farrell
Emma: Kate McEnery
Kieran: Sam Farrar

: BBC News

With Nicholas Witchell. Weather David Braine (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchell.
Unknown: David Braine

: Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure

This week Michael Palin is on his way to Key West, the southern-most city in the USA, where he visits a high temple of Hemingway worship, Sloppy Joe's bar. Then it's on to
Uganda and the Murchison Falls , a trip made by Hemingway and his wife in the fifties. Finally Palin turns up in Venice at carnival time and tries duck-shooting. See Choice. Series director David FTurnbull ; Producer Martha Wailes
Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm (S) (W) I get a taste for safari: page 33

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Murchison Falls
Director: David Fturnbull
Producer: Martha Wailes

: Overboard

Comedy romance. Joanna Stayton 's affluent arrogance lands down-to-earth carpenter Dean Proffitt in deep water. So after she accidentally falls from her yacht and loses her memory, Dean decides to teach her a lesson in life.
Director Garry Marshall (1987. PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 82-88 ****
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Joanna Stayton
Director: Garry Marshall
Joanna Stayton/Annie: Goldie Hawn
Dean Proffitt: Kurt Russell
Grant Stayton III: Edward Herrmann
Edith Mintz: Katherine Helmond
Billy Pratt: Michael Hagerty
Andrew: Roddy McDowall

: Crazy in Love

Romantic drama. Georgie Symonds is anxious that her husband might be tempted by another woman when his job requires him to be apart from her. But soon it is her own feelings that are betraying her.
Director Martha Coolidge (1992, PG) (S) Films: pp 82-88 ***

Contributors

Unknown: Georgie Symonds
Director: Martha Coolidge
Georgie Symonds: Holly Hunter
Honora: Gena Rowlands
Clare: Frances McDormand
Nick Symonds: Bill Pullman
Mark Constable: Julian Sands
Pern: Herta Ware

: BBC News 24

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