The Panasonic European Open
The closing stages of the opening round at
Sunningdale Golf Club. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
with subtitles, followed by Weather
... a wildlife quiz.
Can monkeys swim? What is 'eye-migration' and a 'seven-sleeper?'
Do you know the answers? Pit your wits against Johnny Morris
Sheila Anderson Michael Stoddart
Chairman Michael Jordan Producer JOHN DOBSON BBC Bristol (R)
The classic space adventure series starring
For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky
A mysterious asteroid whose inhabitants believe it to be a real world speeds out of control towards a populated planet and certain doom.
As the Enterprise attempts to alter the asteroid's course,
McCoy is affected by personal thoughts of mortality ...
Written by RIK VOLLAERTS
Directed by TONY LEADER (R)
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Captain James T Kirk:
In 1896 a young housewife from Hackney made a remarkable journey into the Amazon jungle. Lizzie Hessel survived appalling conditions on her way to the remote
Bolivian location where her husband was to manage a rubber estate. The adventure-packed 4,000-mile voyage took 13 months and Lizzie became the first European woman to travel so far up the Amazon. Maria Aitken follows in her footsteps and finds the journey no less challenging, as she treks through some of the wildest country on earth to the spot where Lizzie lived. Film editor DAVID ELLIOTT Produced and directed by LAVINIA WARNER (R)
Peter France presents his pick of the past year's history stories and reveals their often surprising sources.
A chance conversation led to the unearthing of a First World War story which is missing from all the textbooks: the exploits of the women who opposed the war, held an international gathering at the height of hostilities, and mounted an extraordinary diplomatic initiative to end the carnage in Europe.
A letter from a prison governor provided an insight into the jails we have inherited from Victorian planners and philanthropists. Their intense vision of social reform can still be traced in the fabric of the buildings themselves.
And a Sussex merchant's diary, surfacing in a Los Angeles archive, shed fascinating light on the scientific revolution at the end of the 17th century.
SAMUEL JEAKE , the Sussex merchant, cast horoscopes for his own life to prove, by the new empirical methods, that astrology really worked. Directors CHRIS MOHR
JON BENTLEY , ROBERT MARSHALL Producer CHRIS MOHR Editor ROY DAVIES
Seven rounds of questions and answers with a party piece from four contestants. Frank Muir , John Amis Denis Norden and Ian Wallace make up tonight's popular music quiz chaired by Steve Race.
Television presentation DOUGLAS HESPE
North by North Dipesto
Agnes Dipesto is depressed. She wants excitement, thrills, romance and gets them when she is swept off her feet at a Criminal
Investigators Banquet. But there ensue certain hitches in the form of secret plans, spies, serums, shoe salesmen and a dizzying climax in a.... laundry. (Well, what did you expect? Mount Rushmore?)
Written by DEBRA FRANK and CARL SAUTTER
Directed by CHRIS HIBLER
The Gateway Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing
The first of the semi-finals and a large crowd once again surrounds this famous green. Commentators
DAVID VINE, DAVID RHYS JONES Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
This week's selection includes Mass Producing Fords and Natural Navigators. Producer R. PHIUP
A BBC/Open University production
Man's Religious Quest: Pilgrimage The greatest pilgrimage of all is the hajj. Every year millions of Muslims from all over the world converge on Mecca, the sacred centre of the Islamic faith. This programme follows a group of pilgrims from their suburban mosque in Manchester. Producer KEN PATTON (R)