Brad searches for a new Lucy, Madge gets some good news from Scott, and Cameron is reunited with the enigmatic Jacqueline Summers.
Another one of David
Attenborough's 12 favourite
Wildlife on One programmes. Ambush at Masai Mara
The vast migration trail of East African wildebeest passes through the Musiara marsh every year. Awaiting them are the marsh lions. From dawn to dusk the film watches the dramatic parts that lion and wildebeest play in Africa's wildlife show.
Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Keenan Smart
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Another showing for the first series of the classic self-sufficiency sitcom, written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey. The Goods introduce livestock into Surbiton to the dismay of their posh neighbours.
Paul A Mendelson 's comedy series first shown last year.
I'm Old Fashioned. Zoe doesn't want the baby brought up with prejudices from another age - even if that age is Alec's.
Director John Kilby
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
Tonight's compilation from last year's series includes the reconstruction of how a trainee pilot has to be talked down to safety following the sudden, in-flight death of his instructor. Plus the stories of a 4-month-old baby who is nearly washed out to sea as waves trap her family in their car; and the Birmingham woman who had to jump from her burning home carrying a baby in her arms. Series producer Andy Batten - Foster
Harry Carpenter and Sue Barker present highlights of today's play. Steffi Graf tackles the first hurdle on the way to a possible fifth ladies' singles title. Gabriella Sabatini and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario begin their challenge for that elusive first championship, while
Martina Navratilova has a tenth title in her sights.
First of a two-part Australian drama about the deadly power struggle for the chairmanship of a successful company.
When Victoria Desmond , the rightful heir to Glamour
Industries, returns to Sydney after nine years away, she finds herself pitched into a sinister world of witchcraft, kidnapping, drugs and murder.
(Concluding part tomorrow at 11.20pm)
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