With Toby Anstis.
Nature series. Rpt Stereo
Today: the Patch Stop. A Feigate production for BBCtv
David Frost interviews the week's newsmakers.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15am and
Mike Wooldridge investigates people's interest in healing.
Goes Coast to Coast. Judy
Merry travels from St Bees Head across to Robin Hood 's
Bay, and breaks her journey for prayer and worship. Today: Grasmere.
Jack Ashley meets two people who have experienced sudden hearing loss. With signing and subtitles.
A four-part series showing aspects of contemporary Germany.
1: How Berliners have coped with reunification.
A ten-part series teaching the language and looking at the Italian way of life.
SUPPORT MATERIAL: BBC Course Book: Â£9.99; Audio Cassettes Â£24.99 per pack of four, or Â£7.99 each: CD pack (4) Â£39.99
A six-part series to help improve speaking and writing skills.
1: How to use the phone to best advantage. Rpt BBC BOOK: Better Communication Skills for Work, by Melanie Kelcher , price £4.99
The Swan Challenge. Polar explorer Robert Swan takes three managers to Snowdonia for five days to test the theory that shared experiences improve business.
An RGS production for BBCtv
First of a six-part cookery series. Presented by Mireille Johnston. Today: Atlantic Coast
The environmental dilemma of wind power. With John Craven , plus at 12.55 the week's weather.
Followed by On the Record
Analysis of the week's political events, with Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole.
Omnibus edition. Mark and Steve throw a party that affects the whole of Albert Square.
Second World War drama starring
A small group of agents is sent on a vital mission to destroy the V2 bomb base in Holland.
With Richard Johnson ,
Richard Todd , Lilli Palmer and Sylvia Syms. Director Michael Anderson
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A Year in Provence is one of the BBCtv programmes under critical review in this monthly right-of-reply programme. With Sue Lawley.
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Cardiff is the home to all three contestants in tonight's heat to find the best amateur chef in Great Britain. Chef David Burke and Joan Bakewell join Loyd Grossman in order to find a Welsh winner.
A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
MASTERCHEF MENU COLLECTION: all the recipes featured in the series are available in the 15-part collection. Part 2 will be free with part 3 published on 26 April.
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Thora Hird introduces a selection of requested hymns. Antiques Roadshow porcelain expert Henry Sandon tells her about his love of church music and she visits Ilkley Moor in Yorkshire to meet some viewers who are celebrating a centenary. Hymns: Now Thank We All Our God; Make Me a Channel of Your Peace; Will Your Anchor Hold; Come On and Celebrate; How
Beautiful Are the Feet; Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation; While Shepherds Watched.
Series producer Diane Reid Editor Helen Alexander
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde Give Us a Lift. Foggy has an idea to bring the pleasure back into climbing hills.
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Period thrillers featuring the Scotland Yard sleuth created by Ngaio Marsh , adapted by Kevin Laffan, and starring Patrick Malahide
The Nursing Home Murder
A prominent cabinet minister dies as the result of an operation, and his wife insists that it was murder.
Alleyn is called in but can he allay her fears?
Producer George Gallaccio Director Silvio Narizzano
The 12-part dramatisation of Peter Mayle 's light-hearted bestseller starring John Thaw Lindsay Duncan
9: Château Mayle. September and it's the vendange- the grape harvest. Peter Mayle discovers he has a lot to learn about the wine industry.
Screenplay by Michael Sadler Producer Ken Riddington Director David Tucker
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bill Giles
Second semi-final from the University of Huddersfield, where the subjects are: Damon Runyan ; the fall of the Western Roman Empire, AD 375-476; the Manhattan Project; and Joseph Chamberlain. With Magnus Magnusson. Director Stephen Potter
Producer Penelope Cowell Doe
Two World Wars and One
World Cup. Are the British anti-German? Do we talk too much about the war? Everyman takes a wry look at the experience of people with a foot in each camp; Germans living in Britain, a British ex-soldier bom in Germany and a British Jew who lived there. As we approach the 50th anniversary of many of the victories that led to the defeat of Nazism, this sometimes ironic and challenging film asks uncomfortable questions about attitudes to one of our
European Community partners. Producer Christopher Salt Series editor John Blake
Hamlet. Soviet animation, with the voice of Michael Kitchen.
Director/Series producer Dave Edwards
A look at pedigree cats - the posh relations of the household moggy and the "fancy" cats of the show-ring. Rpt