Shown yesterday 10.30pm (S)
An alternative look at football for youngsters. Joining Katy Hill and Matt Smith is ex-Manchester Utd and England star Lee Sharpe , who now plays for Bradford. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Frost talks to those in the news and reviews the papers. Plus 9.00 News, with weather later.
Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones (S)
Alice Beer interviews footballer David Ginola , Bill Oddie goes on a yoga retreat and Shaolin monks from China perform their martial arts in the studio. With Kevin Woodford and Esther McVey. Executive producer Chris Loughlin
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Comedy starring Richard Briers. Martin makes himself coordinator of the new Neighbourhood Watch. Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey (R) (S)
Reports on the latest rural affairs with John Craven. Plus weather forthe week ahead. (S) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Humphrys interviews top politicians and reports on the big issues. Including at 12.00 News. Editor David Jordan (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
Second World War romantic drama, starring Richard Gere and Vanessa Redgrave.
Members of the American First Army are stationed in a small Lancashire town as they await D-Day. While they are there, romance blossoms between the soldiers and the local women. Director John Schlesinger (1979, 15)
(S)(W) Films: pp 54-59 ***
The meals of three contestants from the North East are tried and tested by chef Alastair Little , TV presenter Alice Beer and host
Loyd Grossman. (S) (W) BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: from retailers
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)
Jamie Owen looks behind the scenes at the biggest religious event of the millennium weekend
- Songs of Praise from Cardiff's Millennium Stadium. Featuring an impromptu concert by Daniel O'Donnell and a chance to hear
66,000 people singing Praise,
My Soul, the King of Heaven and Abide with Me. (S) (W)
PM Just a Small Funeral. Clegg and Truly brace themselves for their saddest moment - Compo's funeral - while Howard is torn between three demanding ladies. See Choice.
Written by Roy Clarke : Director/Producer Alan JW Bell (S) (W)
Hugh Scully visits the Bowes Museum in County Durham to present unseen sequences from earlier editions. Featuring photos of celebrities of the fifties and sixties, a gold badge from an order of chivalry and an illuminated manuscript.
Producer Mike Jackson : Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)
Firstof a new four-part series in which Carol Smillie asks Holiday presenters which destinations mean the most to them. Claudia Winkleman picks Barbados, Edward Enfield praises Estoril in Portugal and Craig Doyle loves Berlin.
Series producer Jay Hunt : Editor Jannine Waddell (S) (W)
A Quiet Storm. Mike and Melanie are thrown together in peril when they confront escaped convict Lewis Badden and his brothers Harry and Charlie in an isolated cottage.
Written by Paul Mari ; Producer Steve Lanning ; Director Terry Bedford
Repeated on Wednesday at 11.55pm (S) (W)
PC Melanie Rush:
I With George Alagiah. Weather Helen Willetts. (S)
Continuing the drama series starring Dervla Kirwan .
There Is a Light That Never Goes Out. The repercussions of Emma's love bite being revealed are huge. See Choice.
Written by Stewart Harcourt
Producer Sally Haynes ; Director Tom Shankland (S) (W) Cool stars for a hot summer: page 17
Topical series in which Jack Dee takes a dour but amusing look at the news and joins enthusiasts to try a new hobby. Producer Matt McCabe : Executive producer Addison Cresswell (S) (W)
First in a new three-part series in which Fergal Keane travels the country meeting "ordinary heroes" on the fringes of British society, starting at Govan in Glasgow.
Part two is tomorrow at 10.10pm (S)
A year in the undercountry: page 24
Comedy thriller. Chicago, 1939: as a radio station prepares to go on air for the first time, staff are being killed. Widescreen. Director Mel Smith (1994. PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 54-59 **
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Shown on 29 April at 10.40am on BBC2