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Disney comedy starring
Edward Herrman , Barbara Harris
An enthusiastic young priest gets into all sorts of trouble after the church funds are gambled and lost on a horse race.
Director Bruce Bilson (1979, U) * See Films: pp 54-59 *

Contributors

Unknown:
Edward Herrman
Unknown:
Barbara Harris
Director:
Bruce Bilson

The first of four daily phone-ins in advance of next week's European Parliament elections. Today Alex Salmond, leader of the Scottish National Party and Dafydd Wigley, president of Plaid Cymru, can be called on [number removed] (Calls charged at national rate.)
(Subtitled)
(Simultaneous Broadcast: with Radio 4)

Contributors

Guest:
Alex Salmond
Guest:
Dafydd Wigley

Jayne Middlemiss, Jamie Theakston and Rajesh Mirchandani report from the Ivor Novello Awards, the music industry's awards ceremony for song-writers. Hopefuls include Catatonia and B*Witched.
(Digital widescreen)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jayne Middlemiss
Presenter:
Jamie Theakston
Presenter:
Rajesh Mirchandani
Producer:
Jo Pilkington
Executive Producer:
Mark Cooper

Tonight, chefs "Big" Kevin Belton and "Little" Kevin Woodford focus on organic ingredients. Woodfood creates an unusual "Irish Pick Me Up" with seaweed he's collected from a beach in Ireland, and in San Francisco the pair visit a farm that grows edible weeds. Other culinary delights include lemon oil and organic goat's cheese tart.
(Digital widescreen)

See Food: page 30
Cooking and cutlery giveaways and offers: page

Contributors

Presenter/Chef:
Kevin Belton
Presenter/Chef:
Kevin Woodford
Series Producer:
Andrew Fettis
Executive Producer:
Donna Taberer

Merchandise spin-offs from the first three Star Wars movies made over £2.4 billion. As the Star Wars prequel inspires a new generation of toys,
Tim Wonnacott discovers that these plastic figures can make surprisingly lucrative investments.
James Breese goes to a car boot sale in Castle Combe and learns that experienced buyers always arrive with a strategy. Presented by Fiona Bruce. Series producer Alison Bennett
Series editor Jane Lomas Subtitled.
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Wonnacott
Unknown:
James Breese
Presented By:
Fiona Bruce.
Producer:
Alison Bennett
Editor:
Jane Lomas

America's most powerful leaders are drawn from a network of secretive societies known as the "Greek system". The first in an eight-part documentary series looks at their selection procedures. Contains strong language.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen)
See John Peel: page 8

Contributors

Director:
Stuart Greig
Series Editor:
David Pearson

(Repeats are not indicated)

Open University
12.30 A Language for Movement
(Subtitled)
1.00 Talking Buildings
1.30 Flight Simulators and Robots

Schools
2.00 PSHE: Job Bank

Languages
4.00 The French Experience

Business and Training
5.00 Webwise: Searching the Web

Open University
5.45 Fluid Flows
6.10 Dynamic Analysis
6.35-7.00am Open Advice: Time for You
(Subtitled)

BBC Two England

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