With Nicholas Witchell and Juliet Morris. (Timetable on Monday)
With Chris Jarvis , Josie D'Arby and Ratz. Stereo
Music, comedy and games with Mickey Hutton , Paul Leyshon and Colette Brown. Rpt Stereo Subtitled
On the design show this week, a look at sports clothing and the history of popular footwear. Rpt Stereo
The Roundabout Stop. Stereo
Starring Jack Klugman
Sullied Be Thy Name. When a priest dies in a prostitute's bedroom, Quincy investigates. Rpt
Starring James Garner
Claire. Rockford gets caught between the police and the underworld.
With Linda Evans. Rpt
Paul and Jeanne Rankin create a selection of dishes using produce from the game larder.
A Brian Waddell production for BBCtv
A series looking at steam railways around the world. Mary-Jean Hasler and Bob Symes check out a working steam museum in Slovenia and a spectacular branch line in South Africa. ALinesideLocationsproductionforBBCtv
With Toby Anstis and Ratz. Stereo
Animation. Stereo Subtitled
A 13-part Australian fantasy-comedy series. Rpt Subtitled
11: Race day arrives but are the lads ready? Duncan challenges Gary.
A Zenith North production for BBCtv
Brad is eager to show off his new girlfriend, Lauren meets new friends who seem too good to be true and Pam's busy schedule is so gruelling that it finally takes its toll.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
The quiz show of general knowledge and tactics where three contestants have to identify the right answers from a selection to avoid wiping out their cash score and prizes. A special gift is on offer to the winner - if they're quick enough to make their final selection. Presented by Paul Daniels.
Director/Producer David Taylor
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The current affairs magazine programme that travels the length and breadth of the country responding to the stories that matter and speaking to the people whose lives are affected by the politicians and decision-makers.
Editor Steve Anderson
The UK's top chart show featuring the very best of today's music hits and pre-chart exclusives. Producer Ric Blaxill
The best fourth-day action from the Olympic Stadium, Helsinki. Today, Britain's
Olympic and world champion Sally Gunnell started her campaign to win a first ever European title in the metres hurdles. There were also medal chances in the women's 3,000 metres with reigning champion Yvonne Murray , and in the women's 800 metres where
Diane Modahl was tipped to make tonight's final.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
The human animal has gone from mud hut to skyscraper in the mere twinkling of an evolutionary eye to make us the most overcrowded species in the world. In this documentary,
Desmond Morris continues his personal view of the human species by examining how and why we cope with living inside what he calls The Human Zoo.
He shows that we deal with the stranger-filled urban environment by formingour own small personal "tribes" of friends, each with a territory and social hierarchy of its own.
Everyone else is a non-person to be blanked out. However, although this is a successful recipe for peaceful living, sometimes violence and mayhem does break out - usually between tribes but even within a tribe. If we are to survive, Morris believes we need to adapt the city to the basic nature of the human animal ratherthan forcing the human animal to adapt to the city. Producer John Macmsh
Series producer Mike Beynon
Desmond Morris on the next generation SEE FEATURE page 40
The BBC Philharmonic come to the Proms in - their 60th anniversary year. Under their principal conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier and as part of the celebration of the Proms' first hundred years, they perform two of the many works which received their
British premiere at these concerts. The first is Ravel's s
Piano Concerto for the Left Hand
(originally written for a pianist who lost his right arm in the First
World War - tonight's soloist is Jean-Yves Thibaudet ) followed by Sibelius's powerful First Symphony.
"I made my debut at the Proms in 1962 when I was 15, playing the violin in the Brahms Double Concerto with my late father, Paul," says Tortelier. "It was my first contact with a London audience and they gave me an unforgettable welcome.
"Since 1988 I've appeared at the Proms every year as a conductor, and to me it is the greatest musical event in the world. Tonight we combine
French music with Sibelius, not an obvious coupling but one I find extraordinarily appealing. There is great poetry in Sibelius and he can be extremely impressionistic, too."
The programme is introduced by Richard Baker. Director Mike Newman
Executive producer Jonathan Fulford
Action adventure I directed by and starring Burt Reynolds also starring
Ace moonshine runner Gator
McKlusky is blackmailed into helping the state governor clean up corruption in Dustan County by infiltrating a gang. This sequel to White
Lightning was Reynolds's film directing debut.
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