More updates and recollections from former contestants including Johny Wong and Connie Stevens from 1991 and 1994 respectively. With
Loyd Grossman. (S)
Pre-school fun from
Teletubbyland. (R) (S)
Opening Premiership games. Shown yesterday at 10.30pm
Huw Edwards talks to those in the news and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News, with weather later. j Executive editor Andrew Thompson
Editor Barney Jones (S)
Comedy duo Gareth Hale and Norman Pace talk to Esther McVey about their spirituality and the enduring strength of their partnership.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W)
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It's Only Rock 'n' Roll. Daphne regrets a musical encounter and Sam gallops to the rescue.
Written by Richard Ommanney (R) (S)
John Craven and the team investigate how arguments over mineral rights are threatening the landscape of Dartmoor National park. Plus weather for the week ahead. (S) E-mail: [address removed]
The Thigh Bone is Connected to the Knee Bone. Quincy j challenges his students to identify a deceased person from a thigh bone. (R) IS)
Second World War drama, showing as a tribute to the late Alec Guinness. Also starring William Holden and Jack Hawkins. Despite being held in a Japanese PoW camp in Burma, disciplinarian Colonel Nicholson i still runs his regiment by the military textbook. But Nicholson meets his match in prison commander Colonel Saito, and the two find themselves on a collision course when Saito gets orders to build a strategically important railroad bridge.
Director David Lean (1957, PG)
(S) (W) Films: pp 48-53 *****
Remembering Sir Alec Guinness: page 46
The vintage comedy series.
Wedding Bells. Young Mr Grace plans to wed - but to whom? Surely not Mrs Slocombe ?
Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Pam Rhodes joins walkers on a Christian singles holiday near Loch Lomond. Hymns include Forthe Beauty of the Earth, Hills of the North, Rejoice, Speak to My Heart, Amen, Clare Benediction and The Rhythm of Life.
Producer Diane Reid ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
Warthogs: Hogging the Limelight. A look at the surprising charm and intelligence of the warthogs of Kenya's Lake Nakura. Narrated by David Attenborough. See Choice.
Producer Lizzie Bewick ; Series editor Sara Ford (S) (W)
John Inverdale presents the second of five heats in this year's contest of strength. Today the six competitors go head-to-head in a three-way car-lifting contest. (S) (W)
More embarrassing moments as Terry Wogan trawls the BBC archives for comic out-takes, including hilarious clips featuring Ronnie Barker , Stephen Fry and Steps.
Director Ben Kellet ; Producer Clare Ragsdale (S)
Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh travel to South Africa to turn a patch of farmland into a garden for Nelson Mandela in the village where he grew up.
Director John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam (R) (S) (W)
Continuing the first series of the classic comedy.
A racing tip and a guest who is hard-of-hearing cause financial disaster for Basil. Written by John Cleese and Connie Booth
(R) (S) Fifty funniest sitcom moments: page 18
The popular sitcom starring Geoffrey Palmer and Judi Dench. Jean's sister-in-law Penny and her dentist husband Stephen return from their holiday with some rather surprising news.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby (S) (W) As time goes bye-bye? page 24
With Nicholas Witchell. Weather John Kettley. (S)
The penultimate episode in the comedy drama series.
Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want. A miserable celebrity chef plans a charity night for his own benefit.
Contains some violence, sexual content and strong language.
Written by Tim Firth
Executive producer Beryl Virtue ; Director Matt Lipsey (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/bordercafe
Nigel Havers introduces a concert of great British classics from London's Royal Albert Hall played by the BBC
Philharmonic conducted by Yan Pascal Tortelier. See Choice. Director/Producer Oliver MacFarlane (S) (W)
Followed by Weatherview
Comedy mystery starring Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.
The Baskerville dynasty is under threat by the mysterious beast that prowls the swamps of Dartmoor. Widescreen.
Director Paul Morrissey (1977, PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 48-53 *
Back to Basics - Into Deep Space. Patrick Moore and Chris Lintott continue their discussion of astronomical terms, including nebulae, black holes and the Hubble Constant. Producer Ian Russell Repeated next Saturday on BBC2 (S)