Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament. Presented by Peter Mayne.
The classic serial in 13 episodes. Starring
: Flash Gordon faces the terrors of King Kala and his Shark Men. (R)
Further adventures for the famous sleuth.
George Sanders Wendy Barrie
Inspector Fernack has been framed by a group of racetrack gamblers, but the Saint is on their trail.
Clarence 'Pearly' Gates
Director Jack Hively
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Insp Henry Fernack:
Starring Rex Harrison, Vivien Leigh
When Frank Burdon, an urbane reporter, arrives in a tiny Scottish town to work on the local paper, his twin pursuits of romance and justice cause nationwide ripples. The object of his wooing happens to be the beautiful daughter of the local autocrat who, in turn, is the object of his crusade.
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A series of six films about equal opportunities in multicultural Britain.
4: Exploring how far inequalities in mental health care exist.
Researcher Nick Mirsky
Producer Anne O'Dwyer (R)
To most Canadians the James Bay Territory on the border between Ontario and Quebec is a wilderness. But to Geordie Georgekish and the other Cree Indians who live there it is a garden - a garden the size of Britain.
Long before the white man came they were harvesting crops on this land. Despite the enormous pressures on them to change their way of life, they are struggling to maintain this heritage and pass it on to their children. Narrator: Colin Blakely. Producer Geoff Dunlop
(First shoum in 'World About Us';
Today there is a new addition to the Pinkerton family. Cartoon with the voices of Ian Lavender ,
Jessica Martin , Sam Kelly and David Shaw Parker. Devised and written by Geoffrey Bourne-Taylor and John Murphy Edwards Music John Kelham
Producer/Director Trevor Bond (R)
Stop, look and listen,
That's what you must do,
Stop, look and listen,
That's my advice to you.
With Don Spencer.
Musical director Jonathan Cohen Percussion Will Hill
Woodwind Martin Frith
Assistant producer Anne Denehy Producer Barbara Roddam (R)
2: Often it is better to accept minor damage as part of the character of an old piece of furniture. If you do decide on a repair, the method will depend on whether the piece is solid or veneered. Presented by Albert Jackson and David Day. (R) (French polishing tomorrow at 1.35pm)
9 BOOK: 'Better than New' available from bookshops, price £4.75.
Weather followed by Town Portrait
From the narrow streets of its Old Town to its Georgian houses - a tour of Whitby, North Yorkshire, with John Grundy.
Producer Paul Paxton
BBC North East - Neuicastle (R)
Edward commits suicide in his mother's car parked in a Somerset lane; Paul shouts to the alien voices that speak to him on the New York streets. They all suffer from schizophrenia.
Marjorie Wallace , author and journalist, surveys the devastation left by this forgotten illness and argues that the concentration on the civil rights of the mentally ill has, paradoxically, left both them and their families worse off. It is a situation that causes a father to say of his son: 'If only he were dead, I could cheerfully bury him and then everyone would be out of worry.'
Executive producer David Pearson Producer Peter Symes
Weather followed by Easter Island
Scientists from all over the world are drawn to this tiny Pacific island to examine its mysterious stone statues. Narrator: Andrew Sachs. Film editor Roy Sharman Producer John Lynch
Regional News and Weather
The 1990 Seagram Grand National Meeting.
4.20 Mumm Club Novices
Chase (3m If) Introduced by Julian Wilson.
Zany ex-Goon Spike Milligan is invited to plunder the BBC television and film archives. He talks to Emma Freud about his selection.
The bleakness of some of English Heritage's medieval buildings gives little idea of how colourful they were when they were first built. Brian McNerney goes to Longthorpe Tower, near Peterborough, to offer a glimpse of how stunning they were when the paint was still fresh on the plaster. Producer Paul Cort-Wright (R)
The Quake of 89: the Final Warning?
How is San Francisco being prepared to cope with its next earthquake?
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David MacLean wakes up and sees a spaceship land outside his house. When people investigating the site of the landing return changed, no one will believe David's claim that they are under the influence of invaders from Mars.
Producer Edward L Alperson
Director William Cameron Menzies
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Dr Pat Blake:
Dr Stuart Kelston:
Which of the string players will go on to Saturday's concerto final? Tonight, a harpist competes with two violins and two cellos, the cream of the string players in this year's competition. Making the difficult choice are violinists
Diana Cummings and Maureen Smith , and cellist Caroline Dale who won the string final in the 1978 Young Musician of the Year.
Joining them are resident jurors Alun Hoddinott and Edward Gregson. Introduced by Humphrey Burton and Mervyn Williams. Director Hilary Boulding
A comedy series by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. Starring
Are there occasions when a minister should be kept in the dark? Jim Hacker thinks not - but Sir Humphrey has other views.
Music Ronnie Hazlehurst
Designer Tom Yardley-Jones Producer Sydney Lotterby (R)
Jim Hacker, MP:
Sir Humphrey Appleby:
Sir Frederick (Jumbo):
The 'green screen' show looks at whether you can invest your money in a 'green' way, and shows how old newspapers can become recycled paper for sale. Do they all really get recycled, or do they end up rotting in the council dump?
With Michael Buerk and reporters Triona Holden and Grant Mansfield. Series producer
Geraldine McClelland Editor Jeremy Bugler BBC Bristol
Another dollop of television's favourite young lovelies, Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders. Gather round the walnut veneer television set, turn it on and giggles will be assured. Producer Jon Plowman Director Bob Spiers
How Could She?
When Sylvia walked out on her two young children, somebody looked her straight in the eye and said: 'For what you have done you should be cast to the outer regions of hell.'
Every week 3,000 children suffer the pain of broken marriages. Fathers leaving children is the acceptable face of divorce; mothers who do the same are seen as .wicked, selfish and evil. Gloria, who left her four says, 'I was dealing with a brokenhearted husband, but in order not to hurt them, I would have had to sacrifice myself.'
Producer Sally George Editor Caroline Pick
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Borderline Theatre Company's hilarious production of Dario Fo's Mistero Buffo, a comic history of religion in four parts as seen by the Scottish comedian.
1: The Resurrection of Lazarus, in which a crabby caretaker from Glasgow is forced to hold back the crowds. Due to BBC meanness, Robbie Coltrane is forced to play all the parts.
A Big Star in a Wee Picture production for BBC TV
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With Donald MacCormick.
He wrote about Racine and wrestling, de Sade and steak and chips. Ten years after the tragic death of Roland Barthes , this special edition reports on the legacy of one of France's most influentual intellectuals. Director Terry Braun Producer Linda Zuck
Programmes of interest from the Open University. Producer Louise Wardle
Education: Old Dog, New Trick
A lighthearted excursion into the nature of learning. Producer Clive Holloway