in In the Devil's Doghouse An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
Weather followed by Dallas
JR begins a new romance.
Jamie starts work at Ewing
Oil and makes an enemy. The barbecue begins - who will get a ducking this time?
Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by GWEN ARCHER (For cast see page 55)
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Alternate Nostril Breathing and Scalp Tugs (R)
Weather followed by The Flintstones
Two Men on a Dinosaur (R)
Andy Crane -starting with Play School
Presenter Jane Hardy Guest Johnny Ball
Story: Stick in the Mud by CHRIS GALER (R) and Paddington
Picture Trouble (R)
with Robert Glenister Producer RALPH ROLLS
Weather followed by Your Mind in Their Hands
The treatment of mental illness in the National Health Service investigated by Dr Alan Maryon Davis 3: Electrical Treatment A film team saw the interviews between two severely depressed patients and their psychiatrists before and after a course of ECT. (R)
Dr Alan Maryon
Presented by Pattie Coldwell Harry Greene looks at the design possibilities and practical application of decorative timber panelling, while at Number 50
Rick Ball revives the art of invisible fixing. Guest designer
Claude Hooper recaptures the flavour of an Edwardian living room.
Weather followed by The Animals
From all over Yorkshire, animal lovers join
Desmond Morris and Sarah Kennedy on a pilgrimage to Castle Howard. (R)
with Michael Buerk
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Scott Robinson proves to be no Scott Fitzgerald when his fiction begins to cause friction. The mysterious woman in Des's life is revealed.
Written by RAY HARDING Directed by MARK CALLAN
(For cast see page 55. Shown again on BBC2 at 5.35pm)
A Load of Rubbish
A rubbish tip doesn't sound much like a wildlife reserve.
And yet butterflies feast on fruit and a frying pan makes a fine bath for a starling ... Written and narrated by Peter France
Director NIGEL MARVEN
Series producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol (R)
The second day of this colourful festival combining top-quality racing and the grand social occasion.
2.30 The Jersey Stakes (7f)
3.05 The Queen Mary Stakes (5f)
3.45 The Coronation Stakes (Old Mile)
The brilliant Ravinella came within inches of defeat in the French 1,000 Guineas. Will Gary Moore leave his challenge so late this time?
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Race and paddock commentators
PETER O'SULLEVAN ,
JIMMY LINDLEY and JOHN HANMER
The fashion scene described by MIRIAM FRANCOME Producer FRED VINER
(Coverage continues on BBC2)
Live from Dusseldorf
England v The Netherlands A tremendous match in prospect as England face possibly the most exciting team in the tournament. How will BOBBY ROBSON 'S men cope with RUUD GULLIT, the current European Footballer of the Year, who gave an inspired performance when the teams drew 2-2 at Wembley in March?
England again look to
GARY LINEKER , who scored in that match, to provide their cutting edge tonight and keep them on course for a place in the semi-finals. Commentators
JOHN MOTSON and JIMMY HILL Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM
With BOBBY CHARLTON and TERRY VENABLES Technical co-ordinator PAUL MASON
Producers JIM RESIDE CHARLES BALCHIN Editors
BOB ABRAHAMS JOHN ROWLINSON
Television presentation ARD/ZDF, West Germany
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas WitcheU Weather JOHN KETTLEY
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Tonight Midlands Today
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment, live from the Television Theatre.
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Series producer PETER WEIL Director JOHN BURROWES Producer PETER ESTALL
The fourth of five programmes Blue skies and a nice wind for the final lessons from helmsman Harold Cudmore. Students Peter Skellern , the singer/songwriter, Annabel Croft , the tennis player and Eamonn Holmes , the broadcaster, are beginning to shape up, though Harold admits he may have bitten off more than he can chew by trying to make three novices into a competent racing crew in the short space of a week. Produced and directed by DON ANDERSON
Executive producer JOY WILLIAMS BBC Northern Ireland
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Things Ain't Going So Good at Southfork Again
A familiar figure returns to Southfork and realises that the more things change, the more they remain the same. Written by MITCHELL WAYNE KATZMAN Directed by LINDA GRAY
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with Anne Robinson Producer STEVE KELYNACK
with Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey
Regional News; Weather
The Demjanjuk Dossier John Demjanjuk was a respectable retired car worker from Cleveland, Ohio. Was he also the notoriously brutal guard of the Nazi extermination camp at
Treblinka, where 874,000 Jewish men, women and children were murdered? For 14 months a .Jerusalem court considered whether he was an innocent victim of mistaken identity or the man the survivors remembered as 'Ivan the Terrible'.
Using actual footage from the courtroom, the film follows the dramatic progress of the trial.
It includes scenes of Demjanjuk's life in the United States and, using archival footage and rare photographs of Treblinka itself, it sheds new light on the most efficient death camp of them all.
On 18 April Demjanjuk was found guilty and sentenced to death. Both the case and the sentence have proved deeply disturbing to the people of Israel. He is now appealing against his sentence. Executive producer JENNY BARRACLOUGH
Directed by DAN SETTON Produced and written by HERBERT KROSNEY
A KROSNEY production
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Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM England v The Netherlands and Republic of Ireland v USSR Highlights of both today's matches in Group 2, which will help to decide who qualifies for the semi-finals. Of the four teams, the Soviet Union have the best record in the Championship, having won once and twice been runners-up, but they will still feel uneasy about facing an Irish side which, under
Jack Charlton, has acquired winning habits. Commentators
BARRY DAVIES , JOHN MOTSON
The last of three programmes Stephane Grappelli in concert
with special guests Yehudi Menuhin and Marian Montgomery
also featuring Laurie Holloway (piano) Martin Taylor (guitar) Marc Fosset (guitar) Jeff Green (guitar) Jack Sewing (bass) Allan Ganley (drums)
from the Barbican Hall in London
Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton
(Concert in association with Ed Baxter)
A programme about adaptation - the ways in which systems respond to environmental change and uncertainty.
Producer IAN SPRATLEY