With Justin Webb and Sally Magnusson. (Timetable on Monday)
With Chris Jarvis and Ratz.
Looking at the largest animals in the oceans, including whales and sharks.
submied Regional News; Weather
American crime drama continuing the Daily Detective season, starring Jack Klugman.
Has A nybody Here Seen Quincy? When a series of misadventures prevents
Quincy from getting to the office, police ask Chief Coroner Hiro to take charge. Rpt
Return of the classic private eye series, starring James Garner.
The Kirkoff Case. A man accused of murdering his parents hires Jim to clear his name.
Jeanne and Paul Rankin prepare dishes with ingredients from the herb garden. A Brian Waddell production for BBCtv
Second programme in a series looking at steam railways around the world.
With Mary-Jean Hasler and Bob Symes. A Ltneside Location production for BBCtv
With Toby Anstis.
Ideas for picture making.
A 20-part children's drama. 7: Shakespeare at the Grove!
Written by Judy Forshaw ; A Zenith North production for BBCtv Rpt Stereo
Helen isn't the only one who is surprised on her birthday.
(Shorn at 1.30pm) Stereo
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
The quiz show where contestants identify the right answers from a selection, to avoid wiping out their cash score. A special prize is on offer to the winner, if they're quick enough to make their final selection. With Paul Daniels.
Director/Producer David Taylor
CONTESTANTS: if you would like to take part. please wnte (enclosing an sae) to [address removed]
The series about life in the British countryside this week focuses on the hundreds of village schools that face closure in a new economy drive. In the future, will parents in the countryside have any choice in the education of their children? Plus a look at the weather for the week ahead.
Presented by John Craven. Executive producerTim Manning
(Revised repeat next Sunday)
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An episode of the comedy series, starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson.
Is blood thicker than water? Sharon thinks that sisterly bonds should overcome everything, especially husbands. Tracey doesn't agree. Does this mean that it is curtains for the cafe?
An Alomo production for BBCtv
Another chance to see this extended episode.
Tracey and Sharon start a "Free the Chigwell Two" campaign when they discover that the detective who arrested Darryl and Chris may be bent. Featuring guest appearances by Robert Kilroy-Silk and tennis pro David Lloyd.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled Regional News
Weather John Kettley
From the Giants
I Stadium in New York, the first semi-final of the World Cup. Will penalties once again play a crucial and heartbreaking role in deciding which countries will reach the final in Los Angeles next Sunday?
Four years ago, in Italy, the host nation and England suffered when the penalty shoot-out ended their final dreams, beaten by Argentina and West Germany respectively after both matches had ended in a draw after extra-time. By tradition semi-finals are tight, hard-fought affairs with the majority of players agreeingthat it is more disappointing to lose at this stage of a competition than in the final itself.
Jo Brand casts a wry eye over some comical sporting moments from the archives.
Director Alexis Girardet ; Producer Gerard Barry
I Wartime adventure I with a screenplay by Alistair MacLean , adapted from his novel, and starring Richard Burton
An elite group of Allied commandos, led by a British intelligence officer, are sent on a seemingly impossible mission. They must find a way into the almost impregnable
Nazi stronghold "Castle of the Eagles" high in the Bavarian
Alps and rescue a high ranking American officer. Director Brian G Hutton (1969)
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Maj John Smith:
Lt Morris Schaffer:
Vice Admiral Rolland:
Col Wyatt Turner:
Post-war thriller starring
August 1945: General Patton investigates the disappearance of the Reichsbank gold reserve.
Director John Hough (1978)
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Colonel Donald Rogers:
Colonel Mike McCauley:
From the Rose Bowl,
Pasadena, the second semi-final.
Brazil are in this half of the draw as they bid to end their 24 year wait for a fourth world championship title. As pre-tournament favourites they looked impressive in their early matches, but in recent competitions they have been prone to silly mistakes at
Important stages. A third place in Argentina, in 1978, is their best achievement since winning the World Cup for a third time in 1970.
2.00-2.30 VSTV: Cancer Link. The third programme in the seriesfor people with cancer, theirfamilies, their friends and their carers.
(NB: If BBC shows Pattern 6, this programme will be on BBC2. 25820)
3.15-3.45 Legal Network Television: scrambled