With Philippa Forrester. Stereo
The Dot Stop.
David Frost interviews the week's news makers and reviews the papers. Series editor Barney Jones
Executive editor Bob Wheaton
Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts
The series of services for Lent today comes from St Michael and All Angels, nr Grassington, Yorks.
A look at what has happened since the Human Aids Communications (Hacs) report, launched two years ago. With signing and subtitles.
With Philippa Forrester and Ratz.
Written by Sandy Welch Rpt
The consumer series for children reports on the campaign to get black players into Subuteo's England team. With Zoe Ball.
SEE THIS WEEK page 16
The first episode of a new five-part mysterytale.
Featuring teen pop idols Take That.
Today: two businessmen from Puglia talk about football.
Today: the Paris Zoo, cheese making, and La Marseillaise.
Countryside stories, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.55
Comedy thriller starring shirley MacLaine
In his Hollywood debut, Michael Caine plays a crook who enlists the help of a dancer in a Hong Kong nightclub to steal a priceless statuette. With Herbert Lom , Roger C Carmel , Arnold Moss. Director Ronald Neame (1966)
FILM REVIEWS pages 39-43
In London Fashion Week, news of the looks for next autumn and winter.
Sue Cook appeals on behalf of the Children's Liver Disease Foundation.
DONATIONS: send to Sue Cook, Children's Liver Disease Foundation, [address removed]
If competitions are your cup of tea, you'll already be hooked on the Antiques Roadshow/Radio Times competition which was launched on last week's programme. By answering three questions about tea collectables, viewers can win vouchers to spend on the antiques of their choice. If you missed last week's show, the first question is printed on page 10 of this issue of the magazine.
There are some exciting items on display when the regular team of experts visits
Motherwell: a carved oak sideboard that was stored in a shed for the last 15 years; watercolours bought for one shilling each in the 60s; and a designer chair swapped for a pair of candlesticks. Producer Christopher Lewis
COMPETITION page 10
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
Over the sea to Skye, where
Pam Rhodes finds the tourists long gone and the island and its people looking forward to the end of a long hard winter.
Hymns include Great Is Thy
Faithfulness and Spirit of God (set to the tune of The Skye Boat Song).
Editor Helen Alexander
No sooner have they flown home from Los Angeles than Jean, against Lionel's advice, insists on returning to work, certain she can beat the jet-lag.
Written by Bob Larbey
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Executive producer Philip Jones
A Theatre of Comedy/D L Taffner UK Ltd production for BBCtv
Hit comedy from the team that made
Airplane! Starring Leslie Nielsen
Criminals beware - Lieutenant
Frank Drebin is back. The hero of the cult television series
Police Squad is on the case when international terrorists plot to assassinate the Queen. The problem is that Frank's not entirely sure what the case is.
Director David Zucker ( 1 988)
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Michael Palin must be every armchair traveller's favourite globetrotter - whether he's going from Pole to Pole or on a Great Railway Journey. Tonight he journeys only as far as the television studio, where he joins Clive James for conversation and reflection on some of the bizarre stories and moments on television around the world.
Adding her own view of the week's events in the news is guest commentator Ruby Wax. Executive producer Richard Drewett Series producer Beatrice Ballard
New Money, Old Wounds Should everyone who has suffered in war have the right to financial compensation?
Tonight's programme travels to Japan and Thailand to talk to people damaged by the Second World War: a British PoW, a Dutch civilian forced into prostitution, and a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima whose wife died of cancer. Joan Bakewell reports on whether money can atone for the atrocities of war.
Producer Nick Stuart
Series producer Michael Waterhouse
A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv TRANSCRIPT: send cheque/PO for £2.00, payable to BSS, to[address removed]
Blue Man Down
A cop blaming himself for his partner's death is teamed with a young policewoman - invisible to everyone else - who restores his self-confidence.
With Max Gail , Kate O'Neil , Chris Nash and Frank Doubleday.
The series about job-hunting in Europe visits Prague to find out about careers in architecture, property, teaching and the arts. With Alex Taylor.
Producer Mary Sprent Stereo FREE BOOKLET: write to, [address removed]