The Playbus stops at the Roundabout Stop.
Justin Webb is the guest presenter, interviewingthe week's news makers, and reviewingthe Sunday papers. Including at
8.30 News; plus the weather forecast. Series editor Barney Jones: Executive editor
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Vince Henderson visits the Great Yorkshire
Show in Harrogate, and David Day muses on the picnic Jesus laid on for 5,000 people. Last in the series, stereo .
The first of two programmes looking at communities of deaf and hearing people that use sign language, filmed on location in South America. With signing and subtitles. Concludes next Sunday.
Western adventure starring
Clark Gable , Ricardo Montalban
Flint Mitchell is a trapper in Blackfoot
Indian territory. He marries, and eventually falls in love with, an Indian girl. But their happiness is put injeopardybywar. Flint Mitchell CLARK GABLE. Ironshirt RICARDO MONTALBAN
. Brecan JOHN HODIAK. Pierre ADOLPHE MENJOU
. Kamiah MARIA ELENA MARQUES
Director William Wellman (1951) .... ♦ See Films: pages 38-42 ***
Rural issues, with John Craven. Plus, the week'sweatheratl2.25pm. Stereo.
Should the rich pay more tax?
David Aaronovitch examines the evidence with the experts, including Labour peerTessa Blackstone and former Downing Street policy adviser Sarah Hogg.
Executive producer David Jordan ; Editor
DollanCannell Subtitled ....
Omnibus edition. Stereo Subtitled ..
Action adventure starring
James Mason , Anthony Perkins
When a gang of hijackers mounts a plot to destroy a North Sea oil rig, the British Government calls on the most eccentric expert in the underwater sabotage game. Rufus Excalibur Ffolkes ROGER MOORE. Admiral Sir Francis Brinsden
JAMES MASON. Lou Kramer ANTHONY PERKINS . Shulman MICHAEL PARKS. King DAVID HEDISON Director Andrew VMcLaglen (1979, 15)
♦See Films: pages 38-42
Sister Wendy Beckett studies
English painting at the time of the Industrial Revolution, considers art during the French Revolution, and visits
Spain forthe romantic genius of Goya. See today's choices.
The competition that searches for the best young cook continues with the London heat. Presented by Loyd Grossman , with guests restaurateur Frances Atkins and presenter of ITV' Re:Win.d Simon Parkin.
With Paul Burden.
Weather Helen Young
Sally Magnusson visits Clydeside to discover more about the hymns that have been written in the area and what they mean to people today. The music, from Dumbarton Riverside Church, includes 0 Love ThatWiltNotLetMeGo, Take My Life, and Justas lAm.
Producer David Strachan ; Editor Helen Alexander
Hugh Scully introduces another memorable edition from the archives.
This week's programme was recorded in 1991 in Alexandra Palace, London, where expert John Bly made a rare and exciting discovery.
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Repeat Stereo Subtitled .....................
High speed racing drama, starring Tom Cruise, Robert Duvall, Nicole Kidman
Revved up to take the stock car circuit by storm, arrogant race driver
Cole Trickle is recruited to a new team under Tim Daland, and forced to work with veteran car builder Harry Hogge. All three have a lotto learn, and their ego clashes are almost as violent as the on-track crashes. Then an accident introduces Cole to Dr Claire Lewicki , who puts him on the road to recovery.
Di rector Tony Scott (1990, 15)
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Helen Young
Concluding the four-part, post-apocalyptic series.
The Stand. With whispers of dissension spreading through Flagg's camp, the Dark Man is forced to take action to hold onto his power. Meanwhile, Stu and the others are making their way west to his lair- and the ultimate stand against evil. See today's choices.
The first of two Proms featuring youth orchestras being televised this year, presented by James Naughtie.
The European Union Youth Orchestra is caught both off and on duty on the last night of a six-country tour. Some ofthe
140 musicians selected from European Union countries talk abouttheir rehearsal and tour period.
Led for the fi rst ti me by conductor
Sir Colin Davis , who is known for his interpretations of Jean Sibelius , they play the composer's Symphony No 2 and complement it with Richard Strauss 's portrait of a lover, Don Juan.
Sir Colin says: "I wanted to give the orchestra something challenging so they can show what they've got in them. Don Juan is a good showpiece but the Symphony No 2 is not as straightforward as it might seem. There's age-old suffering embedded in Sibelius - how will these gifted young musicians respondtothat?"
Director Simon Broughton ; Executive producer
David Willcock The next televised Prom will be on 28 August, when Andras Schiff performs two Mozart piano concertos.
Cool Stars Matter. Iras (the Infrared
Astronomical Satellite), which operated for much of 1983, provided a great deal of information on aspects such as the presence of cool, possibly planet forming, material around stars like Vega. Iso (the Infrared Space
Observatory) is now performing well.
Dr Helen Walker of Rutherford-Appleton Laboratoryjoins Patrick Moore to give the latest news on the probe. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
Spy drama, with a screenplay written by Harold Pinter , starring George Segal
1966: when two British agents are killed by a group of neo-Nazis in Berlin, top agent Quiller is sent to investigate, and locate the fascists' secret base.
Director Michael Anderson (1966. PG)
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