With Justin Webb and Sara Coburn.
(Timetable on Monday)
Prisoners of the Brain. A look at how drugs could help treat manic-depressive illness and schizophrenia.
With Chris Jarvis.
The Roundabout Stop.
American crime drama continuing the Daily Detective season.
Hit and Run at Danny's. Followinga hit-and-run accident Quincy uncovers a case involving federal agents and the Mob. With Jack Klugman.
The guests include comedian Bradley Walsh and pop singer Sonia. Presented by Ross King.
Exit Prentiss Carr. Rockford disagrees with the police over a possible suicide.
With James Garner.
Jeanne and Paul Rankin prepare dishes using a range of smoked products. A Brian Waddell production for BBCtv
First programme in a series looking at steam railways around the wor'd. With Bob Symes and Mary-Jean Hasler.
A Lineside Locations production forBBCtv
With Zoe Ball.
Ideas for picture making. Including using the alphabet in picture design.
A 20-part children's drama.
6: Royal fever hits the Grove.
Wntten by Matthew Graham ; A Zenith North production forBBCtv Rpt
Stephen and Phoebe consider a new business venture. Rick follows Darren and Debbie and doesn't like what he sees. The trivia night gets under way and Mark is forced to make a difficult choice. Philip and Julie have a heart to heart.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. 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 about life in the British countryside focuses this week on Britain's largest agricultural show, which is staged at Stoneleigh in Warwickshire. Presenter John Craven goes behind the scenes at the Royal Show to find out how the event is put together. He discovers what it takes to be a prize winner at this extremely competitive event. Also in the programme, Shiulie Ghosh meets a group of students with learning difficulties who are undertaking a National
Vocational Qualification in agriculture at Otley
Agricultural College near Ipswich. And there is the regular look at the weather for the week ahead.
Executive producer Tim Manning (Revised repeat next Sunday)
In tonight's programme actress Sue Johnston travels to Verona in Italy, where the city is gearing up for the summer opera season which runs from July to September.
Carol Smillie reports from Nantwich, Cheshire, on a weekend break for the older customer. combining activities such as clay-pigeon shooting and archery with more relaxing events like wine-tasting and banqueting. And an Essex family report on a holiday in Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands. Whereas Gran Canaria , Tenerife and Lanzarote are known for their black sandy beaches, Fuerteventura has golden beaches created by sand blown in from the Sahara. Alice
Beer has news on the Channel
Tunnel, while Jill Dando and Sankha Guha offer up-to-date advice about holiday travel. Executive producer Jane Lush Series producer Bridget Sneyd
Lausanne in Switzerland is the setting fortoday's
Grand Prix meeting, as the pace quickens prior to next month's European Championships.
In this part of the coverage
John Regis and Tony Jarrett are scheduled to carry British hopes in the 200 metres a nd metres hurdles respectively. When the event continues on BBC2, Sally Gunnell , holder of both the World and the Olympic titles, will be in action in the 400 metres hurdles.
Helen Rollason introduces the action, and commentary is provided by David Coleman ,
Stuart Storey , Brendan Foster and Paul Dickenson.
Producer Mark Wilkin
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Rob McElwee
Biographical drama starring
Klaus Maria Brandauer
"I had a farm in Africa...."The remarkable story of Karen Dinesen who left her native
Denmark in 1913 to marry a Swedish baron and run a coffee farm in Kenya. Travelling to
Nairobi, she briefly encounters adventurer Denys Finch
Hatton and a love story begins that is inextricably bound up with the beauty of Africa - its land and its people. KLAUS
Director Sydney Pollack (1985)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-52
Denys Finch Hatton:
Bror/Hans von Blixen-Finecke:
Sir Joseph Byrne:
Highlights of one of today's second round matches in the NatWest Trophy competition. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
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