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Christopher goes back to Africa.
A special edition of the pre-school series. Stereo ...........
David Frost interviews newsmakers.
Including at 8.30 News; plusweather. Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
AndrewThompson Stereo ....
The first of six programmes of music, conversation and reflection for Lent from Lyme Park, Cheshire, presented by Pam Rhodes. Don Maclean from Radio 2's Good Morning Sunday and opera singer Jonathan Veira are today's guests. Each week stars of the 1995 series Pride and Prejudice select poems, starting with Benjamin Whitrow , who played Mr Bennet , readingHenryVaughan. Stereo .
This week's programme reports on recent research from the RNID showing that deaf people are more discriminated against in work than people with a criminal record. With signing and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2 Stereo .
US series about two angels sent to earth to help people at critical times.
Starring Roma Downey , Delia Reese
Trust. Monica and Tess help a policeman who's addicted to pills he started taking after being shot. Stereo Subtitled.
A Iive report from today's countryside march. Over 100,000 rural residents are expected to rally in London's Hyde Park to protest against proposals to ban hunting with dogs. With John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am. Stereo.
John Humphrys puts senior politicians on the spot. Including at 12.00 News.
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled.
' Disney romantic comedy, starring
Fred MacMurray , Vera Miles
A saxophonist leaves the big city and becomes a pillar of society in a country town.
Director Norman Tokar (1966. U)
* See Films: pages 44-52
A look at autumn and winter collections from London Fashion Week, an interview with designer Paul Smith, and Bride of the Year Lynn Johnston receives VIP treatment at Vivienne Westwood's catwalk show.
With Tim Vincent and Caryn Franklin.
From Kingston upon Hull, where exhibits include a rare Queen Anne silver ladle, a diamond brooch, part of a painting found in the back of a garage, and a letter from a passenger on the Titanic. With Hugh Scully.
With Justin Webb. Weather
Michael Fish Subtitled ......
To mark St David 's Day, Harry Secombe visits Llangollen in Clwyd, home of the International Eisteddfod. He is joined by the Rhos Male Voice Choir and the Four Counties Choir, and hymns include Like the Sound of Many Waters, Guide Me 0 Thou Great Jehovah and Tydi a Roddaist. Producer R Medwyn Hughes; Editor
HughFaupel Stereo Subtitled .
Regional Variations (2)
Last of the Summer Wine
Truly discovers that his childhood sweetheart is in town, so he goes to extraordinary lengths to impress her, adorning the same outfit he wore when he last saw her decades ago.
Terry Wogan with more clips rescued from the cutting room floor, including howlers from
Absolutely Fabulous, The Brittas Empire, Keeping Up Appearances and Birds of a Feather.
Director John L Spencer Producer Tom Webber Repeat Stereo
The drama set in County Wicklow returns for a third, 11-part series.
Starring Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan
Niamh is calm about her impending baby, but Ambrose is terrified.
See today's choices.
(Tears before closing: page 25)
A new series - although the last with Dervla Kirwan and Stephen Tompkinson - gets underway with a miraculous storyline. No, nothing to do with the imminent birth of Niamh and Ambrose's first child, but to do with a small statue in the chapel, which starts "sweating". "And that is a miracle because it's bloody freezing," says down-to-earth farmer Eamonn. "God moves in mysterious ways," intones Father MacAnally, "and even a nine day wonder might cause a surge of real devotion." And a swelling collection box too, of course. Father Peter Clifford cannot work out who would benefit most this "miracle" - Liam and Donal who are running a chip van just near the church, Padraig O'Kelly who is reporting on this scoop for the local paper or even - but surely not - Assumpta whose pub is overflowing with devout trade. All will be revealed.
(See feature, page 25)
With Michael Buerk. Weather
Concluding the two-part psychological thriller starring
Richard, now the community's leader, initiates a new, radical regime. Seetoday'schoices.
Written by Adrian Hodges : Producer Julia Ouston ; Director Stuart Orme
A profile of the conductor, composer and musician, from his childhood in Berlin to the many triumphs of his career. See today's choices.
Director Robin Lough ; Series editor Gillian Greenwood
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Is it right for women past natural childbearing age to have fertiIity treatment? Contributors to the debate include pensioner Alison Cobb, who spent three years trying to have a baby through treatment, and Britain's oldest natural mother, Kathleen Campell. Hosted by Joan Bakewell.
Romantic comedy drama, starring Laura Dern
Robert Duvall , Diane Ladd
Georgia, 1971: when Willcox "Buddy" Hillyer returns to his childhood home, he recalls his adolescence and Rose, whose innocent sexuality created havoc for everyone around her.
Director Martha Coolidge (1991, 15)
+ See Rims: pages 44-52
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BBC1 joins the news station.