Sue Lawley's castaway this week is
Sir John Mills. He was only six when he decided he wanted to be an actor. Now, after 70 years in show business, he is still touring the world with his one-man show. He won an Oscarfor his performance in Ryan's Daughter, but one of his all-time favourite films remains Ice Cold in Alex. Repeated from Sunday 11.15am
The second of two programmes in which Ian McMillan recreates a familyjourney to the far west - the place where cowboys and heroes walked. This week a storm brews on the road from Weston-super-Mare to the hotel in Plymouth. Producer Viv Beeby
A comedy series by Tony Bagley.
Serenity. It has been a taxing few months for
Robin in his new universe, but at last he seems to have tapped into that well of inner peace. Or is there a more obvious explanation?
Producer Claire Jones
This week John Humphrys and his panel examine "food poverty". What makes people on low incomes buy expensive, processed food instead of cheaper alternatives for example? Producer Steve Peacock. Repeated Sunday 8pm
By Marjorie Riddell , dramatised by Gabrielle Lloyd. 1954, Wether Bilbury, Cheshire. Mrs Wordsley is coping as best she can with her daughter's move to London. Not that she would seek to intrude. Well, only for Sarah's good.
Director Pete Atkin (R)
Aunt Etta/Mrs Alcock/Aunt Mabel:
Aunt Ethel/Aunt Dora:
Aunt Gertrude/Shop assistant:
Healthcare via computer- is it good medicine? Health sites are becoming the most popular on the internet. Already some doctors offer prescriptions bye-mail and remote consultations, but is this good for our health?
With many sites funded by drug companies, there may be a danger of misinformation. Quentin Cooper investigates.
Producers Anna Buckley. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/webwise. LINES OPEN from lpm Webwatch: page 41
For most people the two-stroke engine was a phenomenon of the fifties and sixties. It is often regarded as being noisy and smoky. The powerhouse of Grand Prix racers, small motorbikes, mopeds and outboard engines for boats, some feel its life is almost at an end. Gordon Blair has devoted his working life to developing the device and feels it has yet to reach its potential. Much evidence exists to support that opinion. Reporter Mike McKimm. Producer Davy Sims (R)
Where is Simon?
Written by Peter Kerry Director Julie Beckett
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