Live coverage of the second day's play from Lord's between England and the West Indies. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Including at 12.00 News Regional News; Weather
The final day of the royal meeting, where the title of Ascot's top jockey will be decided. Featuringracesat2. 30, 3.05 and 3.45. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Jimmy Lindley and Jim McGrath , with reports by Jonathan Powell. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Clare Balding.
Coverage of the 4.20 race is on BBC2.
Plus, further coverage of the second Test from Lord's. Stereo ....................
More light-hearted entertainment from the topical magazine show that takes a quirky look at some of the week's events. Tonight's show also visits a remote museum in Scotland dedicated to Dame Barbara Cartland.
Presented by Dale Winton , Daley Thompson and Liza Tarbuck.
Executive producers Charlie Parsons ,
Sebastian Scott ; Editor Fiona Cotter Craig ♦ See This Week: page 15
Tonight's special edition marks the end of the cold war space race and the beginning of a new era of space exploration.
With Howard Stableford, Shahnaz Pakravan and Sam Roberts.
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Comedy and adventure series about a Canadian Mountie in Chicago. Starring
Paul Gross, David Marciano.
Fraser is left clueless when he tries to resolve a case of kidnapping, while his pet wolf Diefenbaker is behaving very oddly indeed.
See today's choices.
Canada's hottest export: page 29
Constable Benton Fraser:
Detective Ray Vecchio:
Simon Kingpresents the third programme in the series which takes a behind-the-scenes look at how wildlife is filmed. Tonight, cameraman Martyn Colbeck gets the unique opportunity to film elephants in their natural habitat. With the help of scientist Cynthia Moss , who has been studying and living with elephants at the Amboseli
National Park in Kenya for 20 years, he manages to capture the intimate family lifestyle of these spectacular creatures. Series producer Paul Appleby
Another chance to see some of the reconstructions of real-life rescue stories from last year's series. Tonight, a 12-year-old girl fights for her life after an accident at a holiday centre; two men badly injured aftera lorry ran over them as they were replacing old gas mains in a hole in the road; a helicopter pilot who rescued a climber with a broken neck; and a man stung more than 100 times by a swarm of bees.
Series producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer
He has been away for over 20 years, but now Norman Bates is back - considered cured of the delusions that caused him to kill. However, Norman is not alone, for the presence of his
"mother" again permeates the Bates Motel , and all too soon another series of mysterious murders begin.
Director Richard Franklin (1983)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
In a remote mansion the handsome but mysterious Count Yorga holds a seance by candlelight. As the seance progresses the evil Count begins to use his supernatural powers over the assembled group.
Director Bob Kelljanf 970) * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
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