Western adventure. Rpt
Today, David Frost interviews Chancellor Kenneth Clarke, as he prepares to present his first budget.
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
The story of a Muslim and a humanist who went on hunger strike to protest about the Bosnian conflict.
The Gideons discuss their mission to distribute bibles around the world.
Today's programme looks at how new technology is helping people with communication difficulties. With signing and subtitles.
The series for people who run their own businesses. Today: teamwork. A Diverse/Lauderdale production for BBCtv
Last in the series about the history of measurement. Today: temperature. A Windfall Films production tbrBBCtv
A modem assessment of an ancient remedy. With David Bellamy.
AnArkproductionforBBCtv Rpt Subtitled
With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
Analysis of the week's political events with John Humphrys.
Omnibus edition. It's a week of surprises and shocks for Michelle.
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A British woman meets scepticism when she starts a new life in the American west. With Brian Keith and Juliet Mills.
Director Andrew V McLaglen (1966)
FILM REVIEWS pages 59-66
Bill Oddie appeals on behalf of Sustrans, which designs and builds traffic-free routes for cyclists, walkers and disabled people.
DONATIONS to Bill Oddie , [address removed] (Telephone: [number removed])
Tony Robinson presents the second of two programmes on wartime animation. Subtitled
A glimpse of what designers are offering for spring and summer 94. With Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin ,
Brenda Emmanus and Vanessa Scott. Producer Colette Foster
Executive producer Roger Casstles
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
Tear Fund, the Christian aid and relief agency, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a day of prayer. Pam Rhodes spends a day at their headquarters while Alan Titchmarsh sees relief work in action. Plus Cliff Richard and Graham Kendrick sing new songs. Hymns include Great Is Your Faithfulness, The Servant Kingand We Are Marching. Producer Chris Mann ; EditorHelen Alexander (Repealed tomorrow at 3.00pm on BBC2)
A portable gas barbecue promises idyllic feasts in the countryside for Compo, Clegg and Foggy - if they can master the gas pressure valve.
Written by Roy Clarke
Director/Producer Alan J W Bell
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Penny Tranter
Stendhal's classic novel, ambitiously subtitled "a Chronicle of the 19th Century", has been dramatised in three parts by Stephen Lowe.
Stendhal served In the Ministry of War during Napoleon's campaigns, turning to full-time writing after the Emperor's fall. This, his second novel, was published in 1830.
Its contemporary public read the book against the background of the Ideological struggle between the Liberals, holding republican views, and the Ultra-Royalists supporting Charles X.
After his death, Napoleon Bonaparte, the humble soldier who rose through the ranks to become Emperor, remains the inspiration for Julien Sorel, son of a provincial carpenter. The ruthless Sorel is determined to rise In society, but feels that the road to power no longer lies in the army (the "scarlet") but in the church (the "black").
On location with this big new costume drama
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When Tomorrow Comes
Imagine befriending a stranger who has
Aids. This is what a "buddy" does. Why do they undertake the commitment involved in being a buddy?
What does a person with Aids want from them? Filmed over six months, the programme follows the lives of four buddies and the people they have befriended.
Producer Janna Letts ; Series editor John Blake
First shown in 1974, each of these six plays tells a story about women's fight for equality from 1886 to 1918. ChristabelPankhurst
Black Friday - 18 November 1910: a violent struggle in Parliament Square between suffragettes and police. But why aren't the police arresting the suffragettes?
Written by Ken Taylor ; Producer Verity Lambert Director Moira Armstrong Rpt