An extended Sunday edition of pre-school fun. (R) (S)
Yesterday's Premiership action.
(Shown yesterday 10.25pm) (S)
David Frost interviews the news makers and reviews the papers with his guests. Including, at 9.00 News plus weather later.
Margi Clarke retreats to the Scottish borders for a Buddhist weekend and Alice Beer meets up with Dannii Minogue. Hosted by Juliet Morris and Phil Hammond. Plus live studio debate.
Producer Abigail Saxon ; Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W) COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost 8p) ore-mail email@example.com
Continuing the rerun of the series first shown in 1993. Today, Delia makes the most of home-grown vegetables with dishes including a simple gooseberry cobbler. (R) (S)
John Craven presents the rural affairs programme, dealing with issues affecting the countryside. Includes weather outlook for the week ahead. (S) (W) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
John Humphrys presents topical interviews and political reports. Including, at 12.00 News.
Editor David Jordan (S) (W)
Repeated on BBC Choice at 10.05pm
Cast on Thursday (S) (W)
Comedy set in wartime France.
Money to Burn. Edith's in a romantic mood but Rene won't play her song.
Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Swashbuckling sequel to The Three Musketeers, starring Oliver Reed , Faye Dunaway ,
Michael York and Raquel Welch. Reviews pp 66-71
Director Richard Lester (1974. PG)
(W) Teach Yourself Raquel Welch : page 59
Regional Variations (2)
Having been chucked out by his wife Eileen, accident-prone Lee throws himself upon the mercy of his only friend, Stuart.
Diane Louise Jordan presents the show from Holy Trinity
Church in Dalston, London, with a service to commemorate
Joseph Grimaldi , Britain's most famous clown. Music includes
One More Step, 0 Happy Day and Praise Him on the Trumpet. (S) (W)
A classic episode featuring the comedy double-act at the height of their powers with guest star Francis Matthews.
Producer John Ammonds (R) (S)
In the last programme of the current series, Michael Aspel and the experts return to Forde Abbey in Somerset, where the finds include a decorative sword from the American
Civil War. The series returns in autumn.
Producer Michele Burgess : Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)
The long-running comedy returns, celebrating its 28th year, followed by a tribute to Kathy Staff.
Tom causes chaos when he leaves something personal in Barry's garage.
Written by Roy Clarke
A tribute to the career of a woman best known perhaps for her role as Nora Batty and as Miss Luke in Crossroads. Producer Janice Thomas ; Director Angela O'Leary
Competition leads to tension before the fete.
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The Real Man. First in a new three-part series re-creating the life of the man known as Jesus of Nazareth.
Presented by Jeremy Bowen.
Series director Jean Claude Bragard
Executive producer Ruth Pitt
With Fiona Bruce. Weather Michael Fish. (S) (W)
Crisis in the Countryside. A look at proposals for radical change in food production methods. Reporter Julian Pettifer. Producer Marc Sigsworth ; Editor Mike Robinson
Repeated on Wednesday at 12.40am, with sign language (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
NOTE: as Panorama likely to react to news, its subject may change.
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Drama, based on a true story. 1941: a lawyer attempts to defend a prisoner in Alcatraz who committed a murder after years in solitary confinement. Reviews pp 66-71.
Director Marc Rocco (1994.15) (S)
A New View of Mars. Patrick Moore and Dr Peter
Cattermole discuss the latest Nasa images of Mars.
Producer Ian Russell Repeated next Saturday on B8C2 (S)