Presented by Nicholas Witchell and Jennie Bond.
(Timetable on Monday)
A film about the herring gulls of the Gulf of Finland, which are being culled because they are a hazard to man.
Great Vegetarian Dishes. Today, an Asian buffet with Thai curry and Vietnamese bean cakes.
With Zoe Ball.
Animated tale, featuring the voice of GriffRhysJones.
Second of four daily reports. With chef Raymond Blanc on the delights of his kitchen garden.
The Dawn of Humankind. This film looks at new evidence that might shed light on when man's ancestors became truly human.
Hollywood star Donald O'Connor , Roy Castle and his son Ben, and Edward Tudor-Pole , Channel 4's presenter of the Crystal Maze, are among
Ross King 's guests.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
The second day of this colourful event. With races at 2.30, 3.05 and the Coronation Stakes at 3.45.
(The Royal Hunt Cup at 4.20pm is on BBC2)
With Toby Anstis.
Art ideas, including effective ways of using clay and plaster. With Tony Hart and Gabrielle Bradshaw.
A 20-part children's drama.
3: Angel and Noddy get a shock at the riverbank, while PJ's fundraising has unexpected consequences for Debbie and Duncan.
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Lou makes a stand when he's continually hounded by an amorous neighbour. Beth takes the first step to a new romance. Doug gets a call from the taxman. Will it be good news?
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee
The quiz show where the contestants see the answers before they hear the question. But can they identify the correct ones and avoid being wiped out? With Paul Daniels. Director/Producer David Taylor
The series which looks at issues at the heart of life in the British countryside. This week: bats may be endangered, and protected by law, but they aren't welcome at one country church where the congregation are fed up with the mess they make. With John Craven. Plus a look ahead to the weekend's weather.
Executive producer Tim Manning (Revised repeat next Sunday)
SEE THIS WEEK page 10
New nine-part drama series devised by Lynda La Plante.
7: Homecomings. The lifeboat crew leave Penrhys for Poole to bring home the new boat.
Meanwhile, Bronwen receives an unwelcome visit from an old flame but this time it's Dilys who falls under his spell.
Episode written by Heidi Thomas Producer Ruth Kenley-Letts Director Dafydd Arwyn Jones
A Bloom Street production for BBCtv
Viewers air their views about
BBC programmes. This week the people of Bradford offer their opinions. Presented by Anne Robinson.
Producer Bernard Newnham
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With Michael Buerk. Subtitled Regional News
Weather Rob McElwee
Can a person so totally suppress recollections of sexual abuse during childhood that the memory of it can only be recovered through therapy? Or are "retrieved memories" the result of overzealous therapists planting the idea in what is an already vulnerable mind?
In America recently Gary Ramona was awarded
$500,000 in damages from two therapists whose treatment of his daughter with truth drugs resulted in her accusing him of abuse. Now scores of British parents are claiming their children were coaxed into fabricating memories of childhood abuse. But no matter what the courts decide, families are destroyed by these claims.
In tonight's Inside Story, some accused fathers and mothers in this country bravely tell their stories - as do two daughters who now believe their recovered memories were untrue. As one American psychologist points out, while abuse certainly happens, so do false allegations. Producer Mike Burke
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
POLLY TOYNBEE page 28
Western starring Sam Elliott
1876: when the McKaskels' wagon rolls through Bender's Flats in wild Wyoming the family meets with trouble - and a rugged stranger.
Director Robert Day (1987)
FILM REVIEWS pages 55-62
Highlights of the second day, featuring the top races and the pick of the fashions. Introduced by Tracy Piggott.
12.10am As Summers Die
Jamie Lee Curtis
The late 50s: a small town in America's deep South is poised for a major scandal. A young lawyer represents his black housekeeper in a dispute against a powerful family.
Director Jean-Claude Tramont
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Judge Dudley McCormack:
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