An extended Sunday edition of pre-school fun. (R) (S)
FA Cup and Premiership action.
Shown yesterday at 10.35pm (S)
David Frost interviews the news makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including, at
9.00, News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones (S) (W)
Rowland Rivron and Karen Krizanovich continue their quest for spiritual fulfilment by enlisting the help of a personal motivator, while comedian Chris Langham reflects on what has stirred people's emotions over the past week. Hosted by Juliet Morris and Phil Hammond. Producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W) COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) or e-mail email@example.com
The opening episode of the comedy, first shown in 1985. Your Place or Mine?The lives of Nick and Angie are complicated by the arrival of Angie's mother. Written by Richard Ommanney (R) (S)
News on the foot-and-mouth crisis, plus a preview of the giant Eden Project in Cornwall. Presented by John Craven. Includes weather for the week ahead. (S) (W) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including, at 12.00, News.
Editor David Jordan (S) (W)
Omnibus. Phil's future hangs in the balance as the police ask questions after the shooting. Repeated on B8C Choice at 10.05pm
Cast on Thursday (S) (W)
Swashbuckling comedy adventure. Determined to join the Musketeers, D'Artagnan soon lands himself in trouble.
Director Richard Lester (1973. U)
(S) Films: pp 64-67 ****
The classic comedy starring Patricia Routledge as the inveterate snob Hyacinth Bucket . Written by Roy Clarke (R) (S)
Live from the BBC studios in Elstree, four finalists bid to be selected to represent the UK in this year's Eurovision Song
Contest, held in Copenhagen on 12 May. Viewers can register votes by calling one of the numbers below (maximum cost lOp). The winner will be announced at the end of the show.
Lucy Randell[number removed]Nanne[number removed]Lindsay D [number removed] Tony Moore [number removed] (S) (W)
Pam Rhodes cycles around the university city of Cambridge, and talks to Countdown host Richard Whiteley about his days as a student there. In Great St Mary's church, the choir of Clare College sing 0 Quam Gloriosum.
Producer Norman Ivison ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
Three schoolchildren from Kent travel to Mombasa, Kenya, to witness the results of charitable work promoting good animal care. Rhodri Williams gauges the progress of the campaign to ban the hunting of grizzly bears in Canada.
Director Helen Nightingale ; Series producer Sally Dixon (S) (W)
Michael Aspel and the experts visit Rugby, Warwickshire, where finds include a collection of suffragette material, a signed Rolling Stones album, a post box from Penny Lane in Liverpool and a Turkish rifle with Greek inscriptions.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W) 59823 7
Some children with autism and severe learning difficulties also demonstrate exceptional gifts, often from a very young age. They are known as savants - a condition featured in the film Rain Man, showing at 10.55pm. This one-off film examines the talents of young savants and the theory that genius is latent within the brains of everyone. See Choice. Producer Emma Walker ; Executive producer Michael Mosley (S) (W)
The Cat and Daddy G. Grainne 's pet goat suddenly becomes indispensable after meeting Avril's horse, the Cat.
Written by Kieran Prendiville
Producer David Shanks ; Director Frank Smith (S) (W)
An episode from 1990 of David Renwick 's classic comedy. In Luton Airport No One Can Hear You Scream. Victor and Margaret return from holiday to a devastating discovery.
Director/Producer Susan Belbin (R) (S)
Another report from the Big Brother house in east London. More tomorrow at 9.45pm (S) (W)
With Peter Sissons. Weather Helen Young. (S) (W)
Boys behind Bars. An investigation into the prison for young offenders in Feltham, Middlesex, with inmates from the 30,000 young men who pass through its gates each year talking of the daily bullying and frequent suicide bids in the controversial institution. Steve Bradshaw reports. Producer Tom Giles ; Editor Mike Robinson
Repeated on Wednesday at 1.45am. with sign language (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news. its subject may change.
Oscar-winning drama, starring Dustin Hoffman , Tom Cruise. Hustler Charlie Babbitt feels cheated when disinherited in favour of his autistic brother Raymond, whom he hardly knows. Demanding a fair share of his late father's fortune, Charlie takes Raymond out of care and heads for California.
Raymond Babbitt Dustin Hoffman
Director Barry Levinson (1988.15) (S) Film of the week: page 57 ***** Followed by Weatherview (w)