Shown yesterday at 10.20pm
A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series. Stereo.
Northern Ireland Secretary Mo Mowlam is David Frost 's guest today. Including at
8.30 News; plus weather.
Series editor Barney Jones ; Executive editor
Tony Robinson is in New York where he starts his seven-part beginner's guide to the Bible. Repeat Stereo .............
Five years ago today Samuel Henry 's wife and five children died in the siege of the Branch Davidian cult at Waco, Texas. He tells Steve Chalke how he kept his faith.
Plus Stewart Henderson meets parenting expert Susie Orbach.
US series about two angels sent to earth to help people at critical times.
The One That Got Away. Monica helps a man discover that the woman he loved in law school harbours a terrible secret.
In the programme's last visit to Jordan,
Lesley McGilp looks at the old Roman city of Jerash.drivingth rough Wadi Rum. With signing and in-vision subtitles. WEB SITE: www.bbc.co. uk/see_hear
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus the week's weather at 11.55am.
Penguins are usually associated with the snowy landscapes of the Antarctic but, as this Natural World film discovers, they have also adapted to life in deserts. rainforests and even cities.
Followed by Classic Animal Tracks
Western starring Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons, Carroll Baker, Charlton Heston
Having travelled west to claim the hand of Patricia Terrill, daughter of a powerful landowner, James McKay finds himself at the centre of a vicious feud between the Terrills and the Hannassey family.
Director William Wyler (1958, PG) ...... See Films: pages 48-53
Concluding the comedy series. French Leave. Harry's heart is broken by a damsel in distress.
Written by Tim Binding and Simon Nye
Director Graeme Harper ; Executive producer Mike Stephens + The experts' view: page
With Chris Lowe. Weather
6.50 Regional News
From Darlington, whereguests include David Bellamy , former BBC Choirgirl of the Year Emma Trow and Scottish band the Electrics. Hymns sung in St Cuthbert's include Holy Holy Holy, We Have a Gospel to
Proclaim, Here I Am Lordand To God Be the Glory. Presented by Diane-Louise Jordan.
Producer Jem Kime : Editor Hugh Faupel
Lottery fever takes hold in the village. Get away to Ballykissangel country.
The romantic comedy returns for a seven-part series. Starring
Judi Dench , Geoffrey Palmer
Jean suspects that Lionel is going deaf. See today's choices.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Director
Sydney Lotterby ; Executive producers Philip Jones and John Reynolds
A four-part drama, set against the background of the English slave trade and adapted by Philippa Gregory from her novel.
Starring Warren Clarke, Anna Massey, Emma Fielding, Ariyon Bakare
1788: governess Frances Scott marries the bumbling but ambitious ship owner Josiah Cole and faces a new life far from home. See today's choices.
Blood on our hands? page 4
Then World Book Day: Ainsley Harriott with his favourite book.
With Peter Sissons. Weather
Ian McCaskill summed
Comedy thriller, first of tonight's two films starring
Terry Doolittle receives a message on her screen from "Jumpin' Jack Flash", a British agent trapped behind the Iron Curtain.
Director Penny Marshall (1986.15)
+ See Films: pages 48-53 ***
Comedy drama, second of tonight's films starring
Single mother Sarah Collins stands to lose her home if she can't keep up the payments. A hot pool player in herteens, she decides to sharpen up her skills. Director Jerry London (1989, PG)
♦ See Films: pages 48–53 **
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BBC1 joins the news station.