Crisis in the Atmosphere. The world is in trouble and many scientists say it's our own fault. This film looks at global warming and the hole in the ozone layer over the South Pole and shows what happened to turn the air we breathe into something that threatens to change and, in some cases, eliminate almost every form of life on earth.
Continuing the Daily Detective series with this 1980s drama series starring Stephanie Zimbalist
Pierce Brosnan , who is to be the new James Bond.
Tempered Steele. Laura and Remington become involved with industrial espionage when they're hired to supervise the installation of a foolproof burglar alarm system and are subsequently faced with a ten million dollar law suit that could destroy their agency and careers unless they manage to solve the case.
The Republic of Ireland return to the Giants'
Stadium in New York, where they met Italy in their first match, in a game that decides their immediate World Cup destiny. There's live coverage as Norway provide the group E opposition, with a place in the last 16 hopefully there for the taking.
It was always goingto be a keenly fought group and as England have found on three relatively recent occasions. Norway are a difficult side to beat. It is also true that the Norwegians play a style similar to Jack Chariton 's republic side, where the aim is to get forward quickly.
Meanwhile in Washington the other game in the group between Italy and Mexico could also play a part in fashioning Irish hopes. Italy were pre-tournament favourites to win the group and there will be news of the match's progress with highlights to follow.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Terry Venables and David O'Leary , commentary by John Motson , Liam Brady , Tony Gubba and Chris Waddle.
Including News Summary
In tonight's programme:
Montegu Don on horseback, pedallo and all-terrain vehicle samples the great outdoors on a kibbutz tour of northern Israel. Alice Beer examines the enduring popularity of the Spanish island of Majorca, visited by nearly one-and-a-half million Britons last year and Sanhka Guha explores Rob Roy country, where the Highlands meet the lowlands in the Scottish
Trossachs. Plus industry news and up-to-the-minute travel tips. Presented by Jill Dando. Series producer Bridget Sneyd Executive producer Jane Lush
First of a two-part drama based on a true story starring Val Kilmer
First World War veteran
Robert Elliot Burns is sentenced to hard labour in a brutal Georgia work camp after being forced to participate in an armed robbery. Caught in the tedium and hopelessness of life on a chain gang, Burns yearns for his freedom.
Final part and cast list tomorrow at 9.30pm. Director Daniel Mann (1987)
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Another important day in the United States with two more of the qualifying groups being decided. There are highlights from the two final group B games tonight: Brazil v Sweden and Russia v Cameroon, plus the crucial matches in group E involving Ireland v Norway and Italy v Mexico. Introduced by Bob Wilson with Steve Coppell and David O'Leary.
I Parody of American television, movies and music videos, starring
When his uncle wins a local TV station in a poker game, it falls to inexperienced
George Newman to run it. Blessed with a vivid imagination and off-the-wall ideas, he makes a surprise success of it - and attracts the unwelcome attention of an evil rival.
Director Jay Levey (1989)
2.45 Executive Business Channel: scrambled 471558293.15-3.45
Legal Network Television: scrambled
470725425.13 Cable and Wireless: highlights of yesterday Annual General Meeting of Cable and Wireless pic.
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