6.45 Women, Children and Work 6098162 7.35 Social Problems and Social Welfare: Family
Cartoons based on stories of animal bravery.
9.05 Stop and Think: Justice 9093839 9.25 Square One
9073075 9.45 Storytime: The
10.00 Questions: What About Others? 5127742 10.20 Artwork: Style for Living
7561810 10.40 Christianity in Today's World: Christianity in a HumanWorld 7567159 11.00 Words and Pictures: Where the Wild Things Are 11. 15 Mad about Music:
Textures 6180926 11.35 Ghostwriter: Ghost Story (with signing)
12.05 West Africa: Abidjan - A Tale of Two Citizens
12.25 The Developing World: In search of Identity
12.50 TeachingToday: Helping Children with Reading Difficulties Stereo 98700971.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
Stereo 1.20 Philbert the Frog
Gopher 56014297 1.35 King Rollo 76750617 1.40ZigZag: Tales from Europe - Britain 54859891 2.00 News and Weather; followed by Storytime Note: repeats are not indicated.
Highlights of the San Marino Grand Prix.
Live coverage of Parliament. With lain McWhirter.
A focus on the work of Canadian caregivers.
Drama starring James Mason
A retired couple buy an old country house and engage a young companion, Annette. The rumours that the house is haunted, and Annette's odd behaviour, test the husband to the limit.
With Barbara Mullen ,
Dennis Price , Helen Haye , Dulcie Gray Director Bernard Knowles (1945)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-53
Remember Me. One by one, members of the Enterprise crew begin to vanish.
Comedian Bob Mortimer goes on a football pilgrimage to his native north east with Crystal Palace fan and fellow comedian Sean Hughes , as Middlesbrough take on the London club.
The Big Match. The last of the series looks at the dating game, following three young Asian professionals on their quest for the ideal mate. and asks why they should find it so hard to discover the right partner. Producer Mike Gooding
Including an interview with Microsoft founder Bill Gates , the 38-year-old millionaire inventor of the company's most popular product, Windows.
There are also reports on free software, a choregrapher using a computer to develop dance movements, and teenager Jules reviews Astrochase. Series producer Stephen Arkell Series editor John Wyver
An Illuminations production for BBC tv
Second in the series of recently rediscovered episodes of the classic comedy by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Without Prejudice. Harold dreams of a better life far away from Shepherd's Bush, but Albert is not convinced they will be welcome. With Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell.
Producer Duncan Wood
American novelist Edith Wharton is enjoying something of a posthumous heyday. Her Pulitzer Prize-winning "The Age of Innocence" was recently filmed to great acclaim. Now her tragic love story "Ethan Frome" comes to the screen.
Liam Neeson stars as the crippled, ageing Frome, an outcast in his turn-of-the-century community of Starkfield, Massachusetts. But the newly arrived minister is determined to find out more about this shadowy figure. What he discovers is a tale of life denied, of missed opportunities, set in the beautiful but bleak landscape of New England in winter, which reflects Wharton's story of love stifled then frozen.
Screenplay by Richard Nelson
Producer Stan Wlodkowski ; Director John Madden (1993) Stereo
Liam Neeson, the blue-eyed boy from Ballymena
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FILM REVIEWS pages 47-53
Reverend Mr Smith:
By the Conservative Party. With subtitles.
Including an insider's view of the French cultural mindset, in a country obsessed with its past and fearful of its future; author and former World Bank president Jacques Attali gives his view on British culture (or lack of it). David Stafford conducts a sideways survey of Channel crossings; and there's a report on cycling. With Tracey MacLeod.
The changing value of aluminium.