Shown yesterday at 10.30pm Stereo ......
7.30 Puppet chat show, with Stinky and Jake..
The last programme in the series charts the rise of the Spanish language in America.
David Frost interviews news makers, and Rory Bremner offers a satirical view of the month's politics.
Including at 8.30 News; plus the weather forecast.
The third of six programmes on the rituals of Lent, with Rachel Hawthorn. The service comes from St James's Church,
Muswell Hill , London. Stereo .......
How a deaf/blind man used modern technology to gain a PhD. With signing and subtitles.
RptdTuesdayat 12noononBBC2 Stereo ..
9: How to put across your point of view.
Forgotten tales of courage and conviction. Catch-a-Fire. The bravery of Deacon Paul Bogle, who stood against the tyrany of rich white planters in 19th-century Jamaica.
George Walker - a Corporate Mugging. A profile of George Walker , who was acquitted of fraud and theft charges in 1994.
Rural issues with John Craven. Plus, the week's weather at 12.25pm.
John Humphrys puts senior politicians on the spot. Including at 12.30 News.
Steven Spielberg and director Simon Wells explain why they chose the story of a brave husky/wolf for their new animated film.
Featuring reports from the Milan catwalks, what young Asian women wear when they get home from work, and why towelling is set to be the fabric forfashionable men this Summer. Stereo Subtitled ......
Coverage of this afternoon's FA Cup sixth round tie which could bring together two of the greatest names in English football. Plus, the live draw for the semi-finals.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. Commentators Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking.
(Match of the Day: the Road to Wembley: Manchester Utd v Southampton tomorrow at 10.10pm)
With Jennie Bond ,
Weather Richard Edgar ....
In the first of three programmes exploring new and exciting ways of Christian celebration, Baptist minister Steve Chalke visits the Community
Church, Southampton, to discoverwhy over 1,000 people attend their services each week.
Songs include: Crown Him with Many Crowns, All Heaven Declares, In Heavenly Armour, In Every
Circumstance, All I Once Held Dear, Reign In Me, Let Your Living Water Flow Over My Soul.
Producer Roy Francis ; Editor Helen Alexander Repeated tomorrow at8.30am on BBC2
This week's programme comes from Peebles in the Borders, where the items brought in for valuation include a worm-ridden Portuguese desk, a Mickey Mouse watch, a pair of jewel encrusted Indian bangles and a 17th-century illustrated notebook. With Hugh Scully.
Producer Michele Burgess ; Executive producer
Christopher Lewis ♦ See Antiques: page 34
Fifth of a six-part drama.
Quigley is standing in the by-election, but a visiting reporter - who is also one of Assumpta's former boyfriends - has some dirt on him.
See today's choices.
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Birds of a Feather: Falling in Love Again
Chris calls for Sharon's help with his gambling debt problems. Dorien dicovers that she isn't the only unfaithful one in her marriage.
Weather Richard Edgar ............
A film drama telling the true story of a German aristocrat's resistance to the Nazis.
Starring James Wilby, Helen McCrory, Alun Armstrong, Brian Cox, Derek Jacobi
Helmuth James von Moltke was ordered to be executed by Adolf Hitler in January 1945 following his failed bomb attempt on the Fuhrer's life. With his wife Freya, who is still alive today, he helped to save hundreds of Jews and planned a Christian democratic alternative for Germany. See today's choices.
Written and produced by Jack Emery Director Betsan Morris Evans
See Polly Toynbee : page 14
Oscar-winning comedy drama directed by and starring Woody Allen
with Michael Caine, Mia Farrow
Everyone relies on Hannah's stability - but, as ever, her strength is to be sorely tested, not least by the actions of her husband Elliot, and her ex-husband, the neurotic Mickey. Through three Thanksgivings, the intertwined tales of Hannah and her sisters, their lives and loves, family and friends, form a rich and deep portrait of human relationships.
See Films: pages 46-49