Withjustin Webb and Juliet Morris.
(Timetable on Monday)
Zoe Ball , Chris Jarvis and Ratz. Stereo
Music, comedy, games, with Mickey Hutton , Paul Leyshon and Colette Brown.
Another chance to see the series that looks at the design world, including how the fashion-makers keep mountaineers protected and the history of classic designs. Rpt Stereo
The Roundabout Stop. Stereo
An Unfriendly Radiance. Quincy has to clear an ex-convict unjustly arrested for drugs and manslaughter.
Magician Geoffrey Durham joins Ross King.
(Fordetailssee5.35pm) Stereo Subtitled
Starring James Garner
Find Me if You Can. Jim gets into trouble with the underworld when a beautiful young girl hires him to find out who she is. Rpt
Paul and Jeanne Rankin visit a classical ornamental vegetable garden and an unsophisticated turnip patch.
A series looking at steam railways around the world. With Mary-Jean Hasler and Bob Symes.
A Lineside Locations production for BBCtv
With Toby Anstis and Ratz. Stereo Rpt
Animation. Stereo Subtitled
A 13-part Australian fantasy-comedy series. Rpt Subtitled
1 0: Jemma forces a confession from Kath. Barney and Frew play cupid.
Written by Judy Forshaw ; AZenith North production for BBCtv Rpt Subtitled
Doug thinks life couldn't get worse, but it does.
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
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Another three contestants battle it out in this quiz show of knowledge and tactics.
Presented by Paul Daniels. Director/Producer David Taylor
CONTESTANTS: to take part write, enclosing an sae, to [address removed]
A series of lively stories from around the UK.
Tonight: if the Germans are so opposed to British beef, why have their farmers been buying up prime Highland cattle?
Sarah Spiller investigates a strange twist behind the Euro-BSE row. Also,
Mark Easton reports on the subject of claims against Liverpool City Council made by people (2,500 each year) who trip over pavements.
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Viewers of That's Life! provided an amazing response to a special appeal on the programme about the run-down Komso Children's Hospital in St Petersburg. In April, more than 200 of them took time off work, paid their own fares and headed for Russia.
Four 27-tonne lorries, packed with vital equipment and supplies, made a separate overland journey under Metropolitan Police escort, braving bandit country where hijacking is common, to rendezvous with the crew of volunteers. Even at the hospital itself, helpers were accosted by the Russian mafia and needed police protection.
Presenter Howard Leader accompanied Ann Mackey , the dynamic personality behind the appeal, and her team for this special follow-up report. "We've saved dozens of children's lives," says Mrs Mackey , who packs her own suitcases with medicines and toys for the children. "The staff are skilled but they don't even have the basics, even painkillers." Producer Tim Knatchbull
Anne Robinson presents viewers' opinions on BBC television programmes. Producer Bernard Newnham
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With Peter Sissons.
Weather Michael Fish
we work to Bring home the bacon". We
"make a killing" in business. Even our hobbies are
" pursuits" . Desmond Morris continues his personal view of the human species with this examination of our hunting past and how it affects us today.
In The HuntingApe, Morris shows how we were once tree-living fruit pickers who possibly passed through a shore-dwelling stage before eventually evolving into ground-hunting carnivores. This hybrid of lifestyles - part-ape/part-wolf, part-primate/part-carnivore, part-fruit picker/part-hunter - is reflected in our behaviour today, especially where feeding is concerned. He gives as one example the fact thatwe eat meals together (re-creating the primeval sharing of the hunters kill), but snack alone (following the constant solitary feeding of herbivores).
Morris believes that many of our activities can be traced back to our hunting urges - including travelling, competitive sports and even violence, with the victim as a substitute prey. Series producer Mike Beynon
The nature and rituals of sexual attraction
I Murder mystery I starring
Louis Gossett Jr
1967: only his mother's death can bring James Bragg back to his South Carolina hometown - and only proving his brother innocent of a double murder will bring him peace of mind.
However, the dreadful killings of two girls were committed over 30 years earlier when young Linus Bragg was rapidly tried and executed.
DirectorJohn Erman (199
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Last in the Planet of the Apes saga, starring Roddy McDowall, Kim Hunter
An unidentified spaceship crash-lands off the coast of California. Its occupants have travelled from an earth 2,000 years in the future and have some disturbing revelations.
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