Soprano Lesley Garrett tells
Kaye Adams why she believes in love at first sight, the Barefoot Doctor and Jenni Trent-Hughes advise a woman with low self-esteem and Philippa
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Editor James Stephenson NOTE: satellite viewers must retune to analogue to see the local element of the above programme
In the last of two programmes from America, Pam Rhodes visits Chicago where she meets civil rights leader Jesse Jackson. Music includes
Elizabeth Norman singing Precious Lord; plus Love
Divine; Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven; And Can It Be and Great Is Thy Faithfulness. www.bbc.co.uk/religion
The Frenchies Are Coming. As Barry seeks an alternative to golf, Billy creates a ready-made archery training course.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
The valuation show returns to the Scottish Highlands for a look inside Dunrobin Castle as well as a selection of unseen treasures from other trips. With Michael Aspel. Producer Trevor Hill ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis
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Two outdoors-oriented couples experience the confines of a camper van touring Nashville and Tennessee in the US, while a normally sedentary group don wetsuits and ropes for an activity holiday in the Spanish mountains.
Series producer Pete Lawrence ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Moving On. Without Brian, the business is struggling and Faith reluctantly decides to sell Silverdale.
Written by Alan Whiting : Producer Rosemarie Whitman
Director Frank W Smith www.bbc.co.uk/downtoearth Drama's obsession with culling major characters: page 63
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Coverage of the annual ceremony honouring the past year's movie highlights. Hosted by Stephen Fry at the Odeon in Leicester Square, London, guest presenters will include some of the world's top film stars. Continues at 10.15pm. Director Geri Dowd : Producer Katherine Allen The RT Interview- Nicole Kidman : page 16
Stephen Fry flies the flag for the home-grown gongs: page 20
Sports comedy. An ex-rugby league player bets he can train any local team in eight weeks to defeat the Cobblers Arms. When he meets the apathetic players of the Wheatsheaf Arms. he regrets his bravado. Widescreen. Review page 55.
Director John Godber (1997, 12) Film Trivia: page 55
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Comedy starring Sidney James. Sir Rodney Ffing , alias the Black Fingernail, rescues a number of aristocrats during the French Revolution of 1789. Review page 55.
Director Gerald Thomas (1966. PG) Film Trivia: page 55
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