With Toby Anstis.
The Dot Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Martyn Lewis takes over from David Frost today to quiz the week's news makers.
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8. 1 5am and 9.00am News and Weather
In the final programme of the series, Alma Moore , widow of broadcaster Ray, describes how they faced up to his dying.
Judy Merry visits Leith School of Art in Edinburgh, where a belief in the purpose and wonder of creation is at the heart of the studies.
Continuing the series of programmes made in America is Festival, a programme made for deaf children. With signing and subtitles.
(Repeatedon Tuesday at 2.30pm on BBC2)
Adventure starring John Wayne
The deliberate scuttling of a ship unfolds a story of rivalry between its captain and owner.
Director Edward Ludwig (1949)
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An RSPB film looking at the changing bird life of a river estuary and the various species feeding on the sand flats.
With John Craven , plus weather for the week ahead at 12.55pm.
Followed by Cartoon Double Bill
Nancy's brother turns up and comes face to face with Harry.
Tales of the bizarre.
Edwin's grandpa has died in his sleep, but why is he still hanging around the flat?
Omnibus edition. Kathy becomes more involved in Arthur's affairs.
September 1961, and it's back to school for the students of Rydell High , but this term there's a handsome young Englishman in class.
Director Patricia Birch ( 1 982)
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Prehistoric cartoon fun.
Actor Brian Blessed appeals on behalf of Tusk Force
Environmental Protection, campaigning to protect the African elephant and rhino.
DONATIONS: send to Tusk Force. [address removed] or phone [number removed]
In the first semi-final, the South West team meets the Midlands in a variety of events that test speed, skill, and obedience. Producer Stephen Morris
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
First of six programmes from outdoor locations.
Doon the Watter. Rothesayborn Lena Zavaroni sings on television for the first time in six years as she journeys home to join Pam Rhodes who is sailing around the Clyde Coast Islands in the company of the Scottish Festival Singers. Local choirs from Arran, Bute and Dunoonjoinin. ProducerStuart Miller Editor Helen Alexander
Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen ,
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde
By the Magnificent Thighs of Ernie Burston. Compo's failing fitness fills him with gloom.
Withjean Alexander , Thora Hird , Jane Freeman and Kathy Staff. Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
Rerun of Bob Larbey's romantic comedy starring Judi Dench Geoffrey Palmer
Lionel extends the offer of a free holiday to Jean but her response isn't as he'd imagined. With Moira Brooker, Philip Bretherton and Jenny Funnell. Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Executive producer Philip Jones
A Theatre of Comedy/DL Taffner production for BBCtv
Rpt Stereo Subtitled 88
Andrew and Flora have to face unwelcome facts when they discover how close they came to being victims of the robbery.
Episode written by Catherine Czerkawska Producer Leonard White Director David Andrews
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Starring Tom Wilkinson
In this two-part version of the first Resnick story, the unconventional Nottingham policeman investigates an apparently straightforward murder case. But the investigation becomes a major test of Charlie Resnick's skills and has a devastating effect on his already disordered personal life.
Adapted from his own novel by John Harvey.
A Deco production for BBCtv Rpt Stereo
(Concluded next Sunday)
Dot, Top Men, and the Joeys
Dot Burrows is the down-to-earth warden of a hostel for young male offenders. Her aim is to help them find a way of going straight. This difficult job is made more dangerous by the threats and intimidation that the "Top Men" within the hostel direct at the more vulnerable residents, known as "Joeys".
Somehow, Dot has to deal with this often violent conflict, and this documentary, filmed over two months at the hostel, shows how her faith in human nature is tested to the full.
Producer Andy Metcalfe Series editor John Blake
An Integra production for BBCtv
The series on Britain's last steam railways looks at the steam service on the Isle of Man.
Producer Brian Hawkins
First transmitted in 1988, this programme explores the history of the narrow-gauge steam locomotive network that has served the Isle of Man since the 1870s. Show more
Regional Variations (2)
Satirical comedy starring
Samson, a boisterous poet, accepts an invitation to stay in a mental health institute, unaware that an enthusiastic doctor has some very unhealthy plans for him. There are, however, some beautiful women actively interested in his survival.
Director Irvin Kershner (1966)
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