Shown yesterday at 10.50pm
Aspecial Sunday edition.
David Frost interviews the newsmakers.
Including at 8.30 News; plus weather. Series editor Barney Jones: Executive editor
Sex therapist Dr Ruth Westheimerjoins
Tony Robinson to look at the Hebrew Bible's Songof Songs. Repeat Stereo ...
Former Ulsterterrorist David Hamilton explains how he came to fight for a better cause. Singer Rose-Marie performs
Love Changes Everything. Stereo.
A report on how the government's new employment policy will affect deaf and hard-of-hearing people. With signing and in-vision subtitles.
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
US series about two angels sent to Earth to help people at critical times.
The Indigo Angel. Monica helps the owner of a blues nightclub have his last moment Of glory. Stereo
Rural issues, with John Craven.
Details of the annual Radio Times/Countryfile photo competition will be in next week's Radio Times.
Plus the week's weather at 11.55am.
John Humphrys puts senior politicians on the spot. Including at 12.00 News.
Investigating European Union decisions that affect Britain. Stereo Subtitled .
Sci-fi adventure, the original movie based on the cult TV series, starring William Shatner , Leonard Nimoy
An unknown and awesome force is heading towards Earth. The USS
Enterprise is ordered back into service, with Captain Kirk once again in command. Widescreen and an extended version.
Director Robert Wise (1979, U)
♦ See Films: pages 50-56 ***
A documentary about the Japanese macaque, first shown in Wildlife on One. and narrated by David Attenborough.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ....
The second semi-final, judged by Masterchef finalist Ross Burden and Sue Lawley , with presenter Loyd Grossman.
♦ Loyd Grossman 's Questionnaire: p20; Ross Burden , Food: page 32
Pam Rhodes visits Skipton in Yorkshire. Hymns, sung in Holy TrinityChurch, include All Hail the Power of Jesus 's Name, All Once Held Dear and The King of Love My Shepherd Is.
Producer Norman Ivison ; Editor
HughFaupel Stereo Subtitled .
Hugh Scully presents the last programme in the series from Dromoland Castle, County Clare. Exhibits include two valuable card tables, the oldest piece of jewellery ever seen on Roadshow and a life-size effigy of a 17th-century dwarf. The series returns in the autumn.
Producer Michele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Terry Wogan presents comic clips that the stars hoped would never be shown, including out-takes from EastEnders, Tom Jones , Dalziel and Pascoe and more.
Producer Tom Webber
Second of a ten-part drama series following the fortunes of three nannies in turn-of-the-century London. Starring Clare Wilkie, Victoria Smurfit, Tabitha Wady
A stranger in the St John household frightens Tom and spells danger for Matty.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Deborah Cook
Berkeley Square 8.00pm BBC1
The goings-on among the well-to-do and their servants increase as this Edwardian drama reaches episode two. In the St John household, canny housekeeper Mrs McClusky plots to smuggle in her errant son Ned as a trainee footman. He catches the eye of new nanny Matty, despite her better intentions, and it's more than his table skills she's interested in.
There's a shock in store for Hannah when she meets the stringent nanny she will be helping. She soon realises how repressed and unloved her charges are, but her resolve strengthens.
Meanwhile, the lovely but roughly hewn Lydia strains to improve herself and even manages to make a vaguely favourable indent on the hauteur of her ancient nanny mentor.
Jean and Lionel are expecting a visit from Jean's sister-in-law
Penny and her husband Stephen.
Written by Bob Larbey ; Director
Sydney Lotterby ; Executive producers Philip Jones. John Reynolds Stereo Subtitled. ♦ The experts' view: page
First in a five-part drama by Deborah Moggach about the lives of a couple in their sixties and their three grown-up daughters.
Starring Keith Barron, Sheila Hancock, Amanda Redman
The Hammond family gather for a birthday get-together at the home of eldest daughter Louise, little realising that their lives are about to change dramatically.
Contains sex scenes and nudity. See today's choices.
A family affair: page 28
With Michael Buerk. Weather
Erotic thriller starring
Al Pacino , Ellen Barkin
While hunting a serial killer a detective begins a passionate affairwith his chief suspect.
Director Harold Becker (1989, 18)
♦ See Films: pages 50-56 **** ♦ Ten characters every Al Pacino fan ought to know: page 48
Genevieve Bujold America in the 1870s: the lives of two strangers in the Wild West become linked bytragedy.
Director Claude Lelouch (1977) ♦ See Films: pages 50-56
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BBC1 joins the news station.