Presented by Tim Willcox and Jules Botfield.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including
9.00 News plus weather later.
Editor Barney Jones
On this week's show for body, mind and soul, extrovert singer Tori Amos talks about life, love and music, while Linda Barker explains how a Buddhist influence infiltrates her interior designs. Presented by Ross Kelly and Phiiippa Forrester.
Producer Julie Bradshaw
Series producer Abigail Saxon
Coverage of the climax to the World Match Play championship from Wentworth as the two remaining contenders battle it out for the winner's cheque of £250,000. Commentary by Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Alex Hay, Julian Tutt, Mark James, Laura Davies and Beverley Lewis. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Coverage continues at 1.30pm on BBC2.
Topical interviews and political reports, with John Humphrys. Including 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan
Comedy starring Macaulay Culkin and Ted Danson.
Saddled with his son Timmy on the eve of a heist, ex-convict Ray Gleason thinks he can fool the kid. However, the boy has a few tricks up his own sleeve. Review page 59.
Director Howard Deutch (1994. PG)
Cast on Thursday Soap & Flannel: page 50
The forum for viewers' opinions about BBC programmes. With Terry Wogan. CONTACT: write to Points of View, BBC Television. Birmingham, B5 7QQ; phone/ fax [number removed]; email firstname.lastname@example.org www.bbc.co.uk/pov
Diane Louise Jordan pays a flying visit to the Peak District to meet the owner of a world-famous treasure-filled cavern, an outdoor activities instructor who leads a double life, and a farmer's wife whose daughter stared death in the face. Hymns, from Tideswell parish church, include Now We Thank All Our Gods and The Day Thou Gavest , featuring the Kinder Children's Choir.
Waiting to Inhale. The Harpers live up to their odd family motto. Written by Fred Barron
Shown last Thursday
Michael Aspel tours the decks of the royal yacht Britannia
- now permanently moored at Leith docks in Edinburgh - as he presents previously unseen sequences from past roadshows, including a collection of lorgnettes, a monk's bench and a gadget known as an eccentric snuffer. Director Lisa Edwards ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at lam SBCi: special interactive features are available to digital satellite viewers BBC HOMES AND ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: price £2.95 Danny Kelly on bargain hunting: page 14
Destination Timbuktu. Leaving the desert behind, Palin briefly savours the delights of cosmopolitan Senegal, in the second of a four-part expedition across the Sahara. Moving on to Bamako, he meets renowned kora player
Toumani Diabate , before heading off to Dogon country. The remainder of the journey down the Niger River to Timbuktu seems plain sailing - until the cargo boat runs aground.
Director John Paul Davidson ; Series producer Roger Mills BBC PRODUCTS: Radio Collection audiobook, written and read by Michael Palin , audio cassette £13.99 or CD, £19.99; plus video. £15.99 and DVD. £19.99
Lexie is convinced there's a ghostly presence in the house.
Written by Mark Holloway ; Producer Stephen Garwood ; Director Julian Holmes www.bbc.co.uk/monarch
Tell No Tales (part 2). Harry is implicated in the death of a student from the medical faculty. See yesterday's choice.
Written by Avril E Russell ; Producer Nick Pitt : Director John Duthie
Further cast on Saturday
With Darren Jordon. Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Queen Camilla? Recent opinion polls suggest most people would object to Camilla Parker Bowles becoming queen. Steve Bradshaw reports on the publicity campaign to sell Camilla to the public, the constitutional hurdles Prince
Charles will have to overcome to marry a divorcee as well as the dangers to the monarchy that marriage plans could pose, drawing parallels with the abdication crisis of 1936. Producer David Wickham ; Editor Mike Robinson Repeated with sign language on Wednesday at 2.45am www.bbc.co.uk/panorama NOTE: as Panorama is likely to react to news. its subject matter may change
Crime thriller. Members of the terrorist group "Black
September" plan to hijack an airship and cause carnage at the American Super Bowl. Review page 60.
Director John Frankenheimer (1976, 15)
Followed by Weathervlew
Comedy drama starring Ted Danson.
Inspired by the imminent Apollo XI lunar mission, afather and son embark on a journey equal in length to the distance between the Earth and Moon. Widescreen. Review page 60. Director Peter Medak (1994.12)