Drama based on a true story, starring Meredith Baxter. Divorced author Margaret Gibson's long-troubled mental state is cause for concern, calling into question her custody of supportive young son Aaron.
Review page 51.
Director John Kent Harrison (1993)
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones (S) (W)
In the first of a series of celebrity summer specials, Alice Beer chats to the percussionist Evelyn Glennie in her Cambridgeshire home about her life, her ambition and how she interprets music. Executive producer Chris Loughlin
Today, soft shell crabs and grilled lobsters in the US, and fish-and-chips in Whitby, Yorkshire. (R) (S)
Investigating the foot-and-mouth outbreak in Scotland, and Ben Fogle concludes his series on island communities with a visit to Bardsey off the Welsh coast. Including weather outlook for the week.
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Dark Angel. The pathologist attempts to clear a police officer accused of killing a drug-crazed teenager. (R) (S)
Celebrities reminisce about the Milk Tray man. (S)
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The wily lawyer is called to defend a law student accused of murdering the son of Mason's best friend. (S)
Action adventure starring Richard Dean Anderson ,
Brian Blessed and Sophie Ward. MacGyver is called on by his old archaeology professor to help find artefacts linked to a legendary lost civilisation. Review page 52.
Director Michael Vejar (1994) (S)
Janet Street-Porter with more viewers' responses and behind-the-scenes reports.
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News presenter Huw Edwards makes his debut presenting the religious television programme by introducing the best congregational hymn-singing from the past year's programmes as he takes a look back at some of the nation's newsmakers who have been featured on the show. Hymns include Speak to My Heart and / Vow to Thee My Country.
Producer Rowan Morton Gledhill ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
Mariella Frostrup presents highlights of a concert from the Royal Albert Hall featuring classical music voted for in a Radio Times poll of the Nation's Favourite Music. The Royal Scottish National Orchestra, led by conductor Paul Daniel , performs renditions of Elgar's Enigma Variations, Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1, and Puccini's aria 0 Mio Babbino Caro , with celebrated violinist Nadja Salerno -Sonnenberg and Russian soprano Elena Prokina also performing. The full concert is live on Radio 3 at 2.30pm. Director/Producer Oliver MacFarlane (S) (W) Top of the Proms: page 23
An edition from last year in which the team transform the small garden of a flat in Alloa to make gardening easier for an older person, followed by an update, a year on. Executive producer Carol Haslam ; Director John Thornicroft (R) (S)
Third in a new six-part factual series using computer graphics to explore our relationship with the universe. Black Holes. Sam Neill transports us into the terrifying world of the universe's ultimate monster and examines what would happen if the Earth ever encountered one.
Director/Producer Jeremy Turner (S) (W)
The third of a new six-part comedy starring Richard Wilson as a newspaper columnist who works at home and Stephanie Cole as his newly retired headmistress wife.
The Interview. Alex prepares Lizzie for a newspaper interview.
Written by Michael Aitkens ; Producer Stephen McCrum
Director Christine Gernon (S) (W)
A second, six-part series of the legal comedy, starring John Bird , James Fleet , Jonathan Kydd and newcomer Nina Wadia. The Bomb Scare. John Fuller-Carp and Hilary Tripping go on an epic journey after being stranded at a remote court.
Written by Clive Coleman ; Director Gareth Carrivick
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With Peter Sissons. Weather Michael Fish. (S) (W)
Continued live coverage of the second day from Edmonton, featuring at 10.30 men's 100m semi-finals; 10.45 women's shot put final; 10.50 men's 400m semi-finals;
11.25 heptathlon 800m; 11.40 men's hammer final;
12.05 women's 1500m semi-finals; 12.35 men's 100m final; 12.55 men's 800m semi-finals.
Maurice Greene is sure to be in the heat of the battle for the 100m title, but will an outsider shock the Olympic champion? Denise Lewis and the reigning world champion,
Eunice Barber of France, are the favourites in the heptathlon, the final discipline - the 800 metres - may decide who triumphs. Executive editor Dave Gordon (S) (W)
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