Highlights from the fifth round of the FA Cup. Shown yesterday at 10.05pm Stereo ......
Cartoon. The Smoggies build a motorized sledge. Rpt .....
The Roundabout Stop.
David Frost interviews the week's news makers, and reviews the papers with his guests. Including at 8.15 and 9.00 News; plus weather forecasts.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tim Orchard. .........................................
With guests including David Icke. Also featuring Nick Hancock , DJ Mike Read , and gospel music from soul star
Today's programme travels abroad to find out how information is shared through television, video and the Internet. With signing and subtitles.
Rptd on Tuesday 12 noon on BBC2 Stereo ....
Language lessons. Today: talking about which languages you can speak.
In the third of six programmes, Jenny Eclairfinds out what it takes to gain confidence with machines, and takes to the road on a Harley-Davidson motorbike.
The series with advice and tips on how to acquire new skills. Presented by Cheryl Baker and Gordon Kennedy.
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 12.25. Stereo ..
John Humphrys and the team analyse political trends at home and abroad.
Editor Nelson Mews Subtitled ...................
Live coverage of the FA Cup fifth round tie at Old Trafford.
Plus highlights of Newcastle Utd v Manchester City and Liverpool v Wimbledon, and the live draw for the quarter-finals. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. See today's choices.
More than 1,000 costumes were used in the making of BBCtv'sTfte Buccaneers, BBC 1 Sundays 9. 1 0pm. This week's programme reports on the work of Ros Ebbutt, costume designerforthe serial, and meets key players including actress Jenny Agutter. Plus a look at the use of Teflon in making clothes, the latest accessories for women's hairand the story of the bowler hat. Presented by Jeff Banks , Brenda Emmanus and Caryn Franklin. Repeated on Thursday at 1.50pm
From the Bedfordshire mansion of Luton Hoo, where discoveries include one of the first home television sets.
Introduced by Hugh Scully. Producer Christopher Lewis
♦ The faces behind the scenes: page 28 and Antiques: see page 41
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill .............
From the Caribbean island of Barbados. At Accra beach near
Bridgetown, a huge congregation joins in popular local songs and traditional hymns in a great open-aircelebration. Presented by Pam Rhodes.
Producer Simon Hammond ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated on Wednesday at 2. 1 Opm on BBC2
Foggy learns that he may be an aristocrat.
Black Pudding. A food writer calls on Crabbe when her spicy unpublished memoirs come under threat.
Written by Andrew Payne ; Producers Chrissy Skinns and David Wimbury ; Director Danny Hiller
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill .............
Continuingthefive-part production adaptation of Edith Wharton 's novel, set in the 1870s.
3: Ambush. The Buccaneers take
English society by storm. But Virginia makes an unpleasant discovery, Conchita is disillusioned by her marriage and Nan receives a proposal. See today's choices.
Written by Maggie Wadey ; Producer/Director
Philip Saville Repeated next Saturday on BBC2
BOOK: Edith Wharton 's unfinished novel, completed by Angela Mackworth-Young is available in paperback from bookshops, price £5.99.
Stars In Our Eyes
People are increasingly tumingto astrology to help them make important decisions. But is it all harmless fun, or can astrology be deceptive and even dangerous? Joan Bakewell reports. Producer Mike Mitchell ; Series producer
Peter Davison visits Swinside Stone
Circle in Cumbria, and celebrates the return of the sun in a cottage deprived of sunlight for six weeks every winter.
Producer Hendrik Ball ASTRONOMY PROJECT PACK: send a cheque or PO for £9.99 to [address removed]. ♦ See This Week: page 13
Chevy Chase , Joe Don Baker
An investigative reporter is approached by a man who offers him an incredible proposition -
$50,000 and a guaranteed escape if he is willing to murder him.
Director Michael Ritchie (1985)
# FILM REVIEWS pages 49-54