I Drama. Rose is born mentally disabled but has an amazing musical gift. However, her mother Regina tries to restrict and control her in every way. Review page 45.
Director Stefan Scaini (1995.15) (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)
Alice Beer chats to Jane Asher at Oxford's Playhouse theatre, discussing her love of Lewis Carroll and why she decided never to go to Hollywood. Producer Moira Kean ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W)
Chef Gary Rhodes recalls a recipe from a past television programme. (R) (S)
John Craven continues his scenic drives with a trip to the west coast of Scotland in a Bentley classic car. Including weather outlook for the week.
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Diplomatic Immunity. Quincy attempts to save the life of a Latin American dictator targeted by an assassin. (R) (S)
Another glimpse of a holiday location. (S)
Omnibus. Another chance to see last week's episodes. Cast on Tuesday and Friday
Eruptions. Ted Bovis performs a cabaret act that produces explosive results.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft (R) (S)
When a millionaire is murdered, the wily lawyer is called to defend a suspected hockey player and find the real killer. (R)
Christopher Timothy appeals on behalf of Child Advocacy International, a charity working to improve the lives of children who are in the hospitals of disadvantaged countries.
Repeated Wednesday at 1.20pm on BBC2 (S) (W) DONATIONS: [address removed] telephone[number removed]: Ceefax page 169: Website: www.childadvocacyinternational.co.uk
Terry Wogan with more viewers' responses and behind-the-scenes reports.
WRITE TO: Points of View. BBC Television. London. W12 7TS; phone/fax: [number removed]: or e-mail email@example.com
Website: bbc.co.uk/pov (S)
Aled Jones visits the north Cornish coast, where he stops off for a seafood salad with Rick Stein , and discovers why Peter Skellem is Waiting for the Word. Hymns from Padstow harbour include Will Your Anchor Hold and Love Divine.
Producer Pamela Hossick ; Editor Hugh Faupel (S) (W)
A house-wrecking parrot and Tinker the stationary pony are among the problem pets Philippa Forrester and Mark Evans face in the last episode of the current series.
Series producer Susan McDermott ; Executive producer Mark Hill (S)
Action adventure. Ace crime fighter Kit Walker, known as the Phantom, faces his toughest task yet when a gang of pirates sets out to find three skulls, which, when united, bring unlimited power to the holder. Review page 46.
Director Simon Wincer (1996, 12) (S)
The Phantom/Kit Walker:
Fifth part in a new factual series using computer graphics to examine our relationship with the universe.
- New Worlds. An exploration into where humans will decide to live when the Earth finally becomes uninhabitable.
Director/Producer Luke Campbell (S) (W) Life on Mars: page 13
Penultimate part of a new comedy series.
Clubbing. Alex and Lizzie decide to go nightclubbing.
Written by Michael Aitkens
Director Christine Gernon ; Producer Stephen McCrum (S} (W)
The fourth episode of the six-part legal comedy series.
Survival Trek. The lawyers enter the wilderness to compete on a reality game-show against a team of hairdressers. John Leslie Himself
Written by Clive Coleman ; Director Gareth Carrivick
Producer Paul Schlesinger Postponed from 22 July (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/comedy
Staff Sergeant Tina Stent:
With Darren Jordon. Weather Peter Gibbs. (S) (W)
Sports comedy. Former rugby league player Arthur Hoyle bets his life savings that he can train any local team in eight weeks to defeat the unbeaten Cobblers Arms at rugby league sevens. Widescreen. Review page 46. (1997, 12) (S) (W) **
Followed by Weatherview
Memphis 1957: a motley trio of "white trash" drifters kidnaps the son of a local black businessman, expecting that they will enjoy a quick payday. Review page 49.
Director Yves Simoneau (1992, 15) (S)
Great Balls of Fire. Patrick Moore concludes his study into how the Earth would be effected if it was hit by a Potentially Hazardous Object.
Producer Ian Russell Repeated next Saturday on BBC2