Shown yesterday at 5.05 pm on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Family life in Haute-Savoie, France. In
French with English subtitles. Rpt..
Shown yesterday at8.50am B/W...........
Stretches forthe entire body.
Art tuition with Alwyn Crawshaw.
Life in the Lake District.
Today, the Playground Stop. (Stereo)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
A disfigured First World War veteran is saved from the brink of suicide when he falls in love with a homely girl.
With Dorothy McGuire, Robert Young and Herbert Marshall.
Film Reviews pages 77-84
John Pitman visits LeTouquet. Rpt..
The series for people with hearing problems. With signingand subtitles.
Shown Sunday, 10.00 amon BBCl Stereo ...
Daily look at business news............
Presenter (Children's BBC):
How peasant life has influenced cooking in Andalucia, Spain.........................
Visiting railways in Austria, South Africa and the Lake District. Rpt ..........
The Pacific's first migrants. Rpt ....
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live from Parliament.
News quiz. With Martyn Lewis. stereo..
Is the government's immigration policy breaching fundamental human rights?
Shown last Thursday .................................... REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations
Discussion Show. Stereo ...................
Word game with Paul Coia.
Papa's Got a Brand New Excuse. Will isreunited with his father Lou, but Philip and Vivian won't forgive Lou for abandoning Will and his mother 14 years before. With Will Smith, James Avery , Daphne Maxwell Reid and Ben Vereen.
Drama series about the students and teachers at a Sydney inner-city high school. When Rose takes a shine to
Mr North , what begins as a seemingly harmless crush threatens to land him in serious trouble. Stella leaves herjob at the Poulous house when George makes disparaging remarks about her past. With Alex Dimitriades , Abi Tucker and Sarah Lambert.
Twins. This week, Harry tells the true story of Alan Gandhi , Mahatma's wayward brother.
Producer Jamie Rix ; Executive producers Jon Thoday and Richard Allen-Turner
Scratching the Surface
Millions of people in the UK suffer the devastating effects of living with a skin disease - rangingfrom being stared and pointed at, to family break-up. For many, long-term psychological damage or even suicide can result.
Ashley Medicks , a suffererfor 24 years, has made this programme to bring about a positive change in public attitude. He travels to the Dead Sea to meet fellow sufferers and to explore the beneficial psychological effect of being among fellow sufferers. Hisfilm delves deep beneath the epidermis and exposes the reality of living with a skin condition.
Director Gerry Pomeroy ; Series producer Sue
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Continuingthe series that offers surprising glimpses into individual lives. Who's Willy? Set in Prague, this is a story of bugged bedrooms, secret assignations, smuggled bodies in car boots, and sexual blackmail reaching into the highest echelons of the British Embassy. When the Iron Curtain came down, Michael Weigall decided to travel to Prague to see if he could track down the dossier kept on him by the secret police. As Reuters correspondent to Czechoslovakia in the late 1950s, he was subjected to continual police harrassment and was eventually forced to leave. Over 30 years later, he begins to piece together the story, meeting again the woman he loved who had been subjected to secret police interrogations because of her contact with a westerner. He discovers that virtually everyone he knew informed on him, and that the secret policemen's real weapon was their ability to pressure his girlfriends. Producer Michael Weigall ; Editor Peter Symes ;
Continuing the Countdown to Christmas with recipes and wines for the festive season.
There's a test of ports and sherries, and Antonio Carluccio travels to
Morocco, Turkey and Egypt. Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry , Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke.
See today's choices.
Director Linda Nash ; Producers Alison Field ,
TimHincks Stereo Subtitled ................ PROGRAMME RECIPES: available in BBCGood Food
Magazine and Ceefax page 618.
RADIO TIMES OFFERS: Sample the culinary delights of Italy with Valentina Harris. Fordetails see page 160. ♦ Countdown to Christmas (part 1): see page 50
Based on the true events surroundingthe brutal deaths of a New Jersey couple, and the subsequent trial of their son and his 18-year-old schoolfriend. The son pleads guilty to the murder of his abusive stepfather, but then incriminates Bruce, his friend, who had innocently been drawn into the dreadful events.
Director Graeme Campbell (199 * FILM REVIEWS pages 77-84
Followed by Tales from the Quilt
Ian Law remembers his partner Andrew who died of Aids aged 30. Stereo Subtitled
Arts and media magazine. Presented by Tracey MacLeod.
Followed by The Midnight Hour
Review of the parliamentary day. With