6.45 Energy Resources: Uranium
7.10 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450 -1600: Toulouse
Presented by Magnus Magnusson. (First shown on BBC
Hudson Jennifer Jones
The second film version of Ernest Hemingway 's romantic tragedy set during the First World War.
Director Charles Vidor
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Lt Frederic Henry:
A series about changing fortunes at work and play.
'Tis Clevedon Pier. The people of Clevedon celebrate rescuing their pier from the scrap yard. Director Susannah Shaw Editor Simon Lewis
The Election, 1929. The nation went to the polls to choose between Baldwin's Conservatives,
MacDonald's Labour and Lloyd George's Liberals. Director Annty Landherr
A Sveriges Television production
Into Africa. Low, fast and dangerous aeronautics by aviators who fly to Africa to seed thunderclouds, spray locusts and fly emergency missions. Narrated by Anthony Hopkins. (R)
Music from Spain and Russia sets Fingermouse dancing. (R)
John Craven introduces the son et lumière from Puy du Fou in France. (Shown on Sunday at 12.30pm on BBC
Weather followed by Great Britons
Thomas Cook and His Son.
John Pudney looks at the Victorian founders of modern tourism. (R)
Weather followed by Wild World
Rabbits - Wanted Dead or Alive?
Julian Pettifer tells the rabbit's story: brought to Britain by the Normans, it came to be loathed by farmers and was eventually subjected to biological warfare in the form of myxomatosis.
Editors Michael Andrews and Anthony Isaacs
Regional News and Weather
This moving portrait of a plucky teenager was a 1987 Berlin Film Festival prize-winner.
Director Francois Labonte
(In French with English subtitles) 0 FILMS: pages 14-18
The Bert and the Ben. In 1988, at the age of 86, Bert Bissell made his 100th ascent of Ben Nevis.
John Yates reports on Bissell's obsession with mountains and his lifetime's work for peace. Director Ian Thomas
Producer Rosalind Gower (R)
Starring Elvis Presley.
Chad Gates is in demand. Should he stay with his girlfriend, go off with the girls on the tour, or go back to his mother? While making up his mind, he sings 14 songs.
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Sarah Lee Gates:
Last in the series.
Budapest. Magenta de Vine and Sankha Guha discover the city where the movies are bluer than the Danube and the streets are paved with gold. Where to go, what to do and how to get to China for E27. Series producer Sebastian Scott Executive producer Rachel Purnell
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A series in which the world of Victorian cooking is re-created.
Supper. As dinner got later, supper became little more than a snack.
Ruth Mott makes raspberry jelly, pickled nasturtium seeds and a salmagundi salad. Presented by Peter Thoday.
Producer Keith Sheather (R)
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The Best of Enemies. Hawkeye is ambushed, but the others are engrossed in a bridge tournament.
In the aftermath of the Guildford and Woolwich pub bombings, a large number of people of Irish descent were rounded up for questioning by the police in London. Most were subsequently released. But for the Maguire family, 3 December 1974 was the start of a nightmare that is only now ending.
Screenplay by Bill Morrison Director Moira Armstrong
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New perspectives on a current debate from a personal standpoint.
With Jeremy Paxman.
B B King, Elvis Costello and Van Morrison on stage in the last in the series from the Montreux Jazz Festival.
Engineering Mechanics: Work and Energy
A flywheel, pulley system and clay pigeon launcher show the link between work and energy. (R)