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David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Plus
; 9.00 News, with weather later. i Executive editor Andrew Thompson
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Singer Engelbert Humperdinck talks to Alice Beer , while Edward Enfield visits Britain's New Age capital, Glastonbury. With Kevin ! Woodford and Esther McVey.
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Comedy starring Richard Briers. Martin is in a quandary when Paul decides to close down the salon. Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
John Craven talks to actress and dog lover Annette Crosbie. Weather for the week ahead 11.55. (S) E-MAIL: email@example.com
John Humphrys interviews top MPs and reports on the latest political issues. Including at 12.00 News. Editor David Jordan (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
First of today's two-part omnibus. Part 2 is at 4pm. (S) (W)
Introduced by Steve Rider from Murrayfield. Six Nations Rugby
Scotland v England
Live coverage from Murrayfield of the final match in the inaugural
Six Nations which sees Scotland take on England for the Calcutta Cup (kickoff 2pm). England travel north with their sights on the Grand Slam but Scotland will take heart from their 1990 victory which put pay to similar English hopes. Commentary is by Bill McLaren. Sunday Grandstand continues on BBC2. See Choice. TV presentation Grigor Stirling (S)
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Contestants from the South East conjure up this week's culinary delights, which are judged bychef j i Paul Rankin , journalist James Cox and host Loyd Grossman. (S) (W) 60 Food: Loyd Grossman on ten years of Masterchef: page 38
Terry Wogan presents the forum for viewers' comments on BBC TV. Write to Points of View, BBC TV, London, W12 7TS, phone/fax [number removed] or e-mail poV@bbc.CO.Uk (S) (W)
For Mothering Sunday
Kevin Woodford visits Todmorden in West Yorkshire, where he is given a guided tour by BBC weatherman John Kettley. Hymns, sung in the town hall, include Praise to the Holiest in the Height, Praise My Soul the King of Heaven, King of Glory, King of Peace, and The
Servant King. (S) (W)
DM The long-running comedy returns for a new ten-part series.
Lipstick and Other Problems. The telltale signs of Barry's chivalrous rescue of Marina cause marital strife. See Choice.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell (S) (W)
A piece of Georgian furniture, a mahogany table with a secret drawer, and early lithographs of Halifax are among the finds on Hugh Scully 's visit to the West Yorkshire town.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)
The Door Closes. Autumn arrives in Antarctica. Huge seas batter penguins struggling ashore to feed their young, fur seal pups practise swimming and young albatrosses rehearse their courtship dance. With David Attenborough. Producer Alastair Fothergill (R) (S) 89
Sixth in an eight-part drama starring Richard Briers ,
Susan Hampshire and Alastair Mackenzie. As the new laird, Archie must take part in a traditional boat race against a wily and confident neighbouring landowner.
Episode written by Patrick Wilde and inspired by Compton Mackenzie 's novels Producers Nick Pitt and Paddy Higson ; Director AJ Quinn (S) (W)
With George Alagiah. Weather Philip Avery. (5)
First in a two-part thriller, based on the bestselling novel by Clare Francis and starring Francesca Annis. When businessman Harry Richmond goes missing at sea, the lives of his wife and children are shattered.
Adapted by Jacqueline Holborough
Producer Nicolas Brown ; Director Stuart Orme (S) (W) Plotting her own course: Clare Francis talks about her thriller, starring Francesca Annis : page 16; Programme of the Week: page 75
Action sequel to Escape from New York, starring Kurt Russell. 2013: following an earthquake, LA has become separated from the mainland and is used as a prison colony. When a revolutionary gains possession of a vital satellite device, Snake Plissken is called in once again to save the day.
Director John Carpenter (1996, 15) (S) (W) Rims: pp 64-71 **
Followed by Weathervlew
Sci-fi adventure starring Stephen Baldwin. 2237: after being exiled to a distant desert planet, a political prisoner battles marauders in an effort to build a new civilisation.
Director Alan Metzger (1994, PG) (S) Films: pp 64-71 **
X-ray Vision. Professor Martin joins Patrick Moore to give the news on the latest x-ray mission, the Newton satellite. Producer Ian Russell Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 (S)