Science Foundation Course
Some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
B.... for Breathing. A guide to emergency first aid presented by Dr Alan Maryon Davis. (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Dr Alan Maryon
Elin Rhys takes an overview of the five programmes in the Planet Earth series for 9- to 1 1-year-olds. (R)
A Picture of Health? The National Health Service in Scotland. (R)
Badger Girl. Running Away. (R)
Health Education: Teeth and Food.
3: Zak and Stella are faced with a grid of a hundred fuseholders. (R)
Pete and Alec visit Grandad on the top floor of a block of flats. (R)
3: A group of young people in a real mini-enterprise scheme compete for a design brief. (R)
A look at the growing interest in psychic phenomena. (R)
A detailed look at the astonishing language-repertoire young teenagers use and understand. (R)
A See-Saw programme.
Pat thought his birthday a well-kept secret. But it wasn't. (R)
Weather followed by Words and Pictures
The Blind Men and the Elephant (R)
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Great Britain v Belgium
Live coverage of the opening match of the Daily Telegraph Classic from Luton. Commentary by Barry Davies and Ian Taylor.
The Horse of the Year Show from
Wembley Arena, London.
The best of the day's events with the latest from the Pony Club Games. Commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward and Stephen Hadley. Producer Sharon Lence Editor Philip Bernie
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
William Woollard and Sue Baker report from the Paris Motorshow. Chris Goffey roadtests the new Renault Clio.
Also starring Cary Grant
Miss Cathy Timberlake is beautiful, independent and a lady. She meets millionaire Philip Shayne , who is suave, handsome and a wolf, and suddenly Cathy's on a trip to
Bermuda with a new mink coat and no wedding ring!
Director Delbert Mann
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Try Again and Succeed. Orson Welles narrates this story of a baby eagle.
Freelance writer Russell Davies takes a look at the week's press coverage.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Souffles have a reputation for being complicated to make and difficult to serve. However, Albert and Michel Roux show how straightforward and versatile they can be. In tonight's programme: mandarin and Cointreau souffle, iced strawberry souffle, and two favourites from their restaurants, crepes with lime souffle from the Waterside Inn,
Bray, and little Swiss souffles with mushrooms, a new version of a speciality from Le Gavroche, created by Michel and Albert Roux exclusively for this series. Director Sarah Novello Ruckley Producer Jill Marshall
A Hawkshead/Frances Whitaker production for BBCtv (R)
Fencing around a small garden may seem claustrophobic. But as Geoff Hamilton finds out, fences and paths can provide a living setting for an attractive, productive garden. Producer Mark Kershaw
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Dramas based on actual cases in which forensic science played a crucial role in catching the criminals.
Rainbow Warrior. Two explosions sink the world famous Greenpeace ship in Auckland harbour, New
Zealand, drowning a crew member. Divers search the seabed for clues.
A laser finds a thumbprint in a yacht which vanishes. An outboard motor and paint flakes point to a connection with the French secret service.
Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy. Producer Fiona Copeland Director Bruce Morrison A TVNZ production
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The classic British comedy series written and starring
Graham Chapman , John Cleese Eric Idle , Terry Jones Michael Palin with animation by Terry Gilliam
Tonight's episode has a very high sports content and some interesting people, including
Mr Howard Stools from Kendal who is only half an inch long. Producer Ian MacNaughton (R)
('Omnibus'history of 'Monty Python ' 10. 20pm on BBC
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A comedy quiz show hosted by Angus Deayton.
Team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton , abetted by guests from the world of journalism and humour, poke a sharp finger into the soft underbelly of the week's news. Producer Harry Thompson
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Jeremy Paxman in London and Peter Snow at the Labour Party Conference present the main stories of the day.
HRH the Princess Royal was the guest of honour earlier this evening at the official opening concert of the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
It's nearly 30 years since the city's St Andrews Hall was destroyed by fire, but its glorious acoustics are still remembered with affection.
The Scottish National Orchestra and Chorus are conducted by Bryden Thomson. BBC Young
Musician finalist David Home joins distinguished soloists,
Margaret Marshall , Jean Rigby , Neil Mackie and Simon Keenlyside.
Sally Magnusson presents highlights from the opening concert including God Save the Queen (arr Elgar), the first performance of Carillon by Thomas Wilson , commissioned by Glasgow 1990, Vaughan Williams 's Serenade to
Music and Beethoven's Fantasy for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra. Producer Mike Newman
Continuing a season of psychological thrillers.
Starring Laraine Day Robert Mitchum
Bridegroom John Willis is about to exchange vows with his beautiful bride Nancy when he receives a mysterious visitor. The man, a doctor, reveals that Nancy is not the innocent woman she appears.
Director John Brahm
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Nancy (age 10):