Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Golf Peter Alliss looks back over25 years of the PGA European Tour.
Skiing Action from Val D'lsere. The traditional openerto the European World
Cup season starts with the women's Super-G. Cricket Graham Gooch looks ahead to the start of the Test series against Zimbabwe. Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Peter Allden
lncludingat2.55News Regional News and Weather
Court Martial. Colonel Foster interviews an actress and her agents, but soon afterwards is accused of espionage. Written by Tony Barwick ; Director Ron Appleton
FirstshownonlTV Subtitled .................
Gay and Lesbian Rights. Homosexuality is still regarded as a crime in some parts of the world. In the last of the series, actress Miranda Richardson talks about the persecution of gay men and lesbians. Repeated at 1.15am
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
A new Disney version of Dalmatians is released today-but will it lead to an increase in puppy farming? One in five dalmatians is born deaf and it is feared that with the demand for more puppies this potentially dangerous disability could be on the increase. Roger Finn investigates.
Producer Jane French Stereo ......................
A family in Oxford found that their garden was contaminated with lead and arsenic. Local councils will soon be required to make lists of potentially dangerous sites, butwillthisoffer better protection to the public?
Producer JeremyBritton; Editor Alison Rooper .. A phone-in follows immediately afterthe programme on BBC Radios Kent. Thames Valley FM and GLR. If you would like to take part, call (0171) [number removed].
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below
Malcolm Gluck asks whether restaurants charge too much for wine, and tries a bottle of bubbly in New Zealand. See today's choices.
Producer Tina Fletcher ; Executive producer
Fiona Pitcher Stereo Subtitled ...............
* Gluck on Wine: page 40
Stefan Buczacki visits Oteley Garden near Ellesmere, Shropshire. He is joined by local expert Bryan Howard who makes Hodnet Hall nearShrewsburyhis garden choice, and Lesley Jenkins who talks about the garden at Woolerton Hall near Market Drayton.
Producer Claire Boulter ; Series producer Clare Stride
Celebrity quiz show hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer , with team captains Ulrika Jonsson and Mark Lamarr. The guests are Live and Kicking's Zoë Ball, football agent Eric Hall , actress Dervla Kirwan and Catchphrase host RoyWalker. Director Mark Mylod ; Producer Alan Marke
Repeated next Sunday Stereo
Rimmerworld. Trapped aboard a disintegrating ship, Rimmer selflessly takes the only remaining escape pod.
Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Director Andy De Emmony ; Producer Justin Judd
Another chance to see a classic edition of the comedy news quiz hosted by Angus Deayton. Guests TV presenters Paula Yates and Gordon Kennedyjoin Paul Merton and Ian Hisloptotake a satirical look at the news of October 1995.
Director Steve Smith ; ProducerColin Swash
Followed by Human Rights, Human Wrongs
The best in black entertainment, hosted by comedian Felix Dexter.
Get It On Angie Greaves introduces the raunchy computer dating show.
Brothers and Sisters Gospel church drama. Lester's court case continues.
Written by Maurice Bessman
Blouse and Skirt Tony Morris referees a topical battle of comic wits.
What'sthe411? The latest in music, videos, movies, books, fashion and sport. With MarkTonderai.
Beginner's Guide to.... A series of brief weekly guides to black cultural icons.
Executive producer Dele Oniya
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