A roundup of business from the Lords and Commons.
A series about unusual sporting pastimes in Australia. (R)
John Wayne , Vera Hruba Ralston When gambler John Devlin elopes with the daughter of a wealthy railroad tycoon, he expects to head to California and safety. But his headstrong bride has other plans.
Producer/Director Joseph Kane
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The American showbiz magazine. Today: actor Burt Reynolds.
South Shields, Tyne and Wear Presented by John Grundy. (R)
Eric Robson introduces a selection of the best of BBC Newcastle's documentary film series. Pageant. Border history is re-enacted at ancient Warkworth Castle in Northumberland. Producer Roger Burgess (R)
How misunderstandings can occur between people through using different styles of English. (R)
And at 12.30pm
Counselling and Advice Across Cultures
These interviews from Midlands advice centres can be used as case-study material for analysis and for communication skills development.
Animation featuring Spot tne dog. (R)
Perminderpal Gill and Brian Jameson read Village Fair by Peter Bonnici. With Floella Benjamin. (R)
The threat facing Scotland's deer.
Weather followed by I Want to Be Normal
Parkinson's Disease sufferers
Fred Roberts and Cyril Hayes both hope that an experimental brain implant could mean a cure for their illness.
Reports by Barbara Myers. Director Julian Hitchcock (R)
Weather followed by Westminster Live
Up-to-the-minute coverage of today's Parliamentary highlights.
Regional News and Weather
The word game with Paul Coia.
Beverly Anderson chairs a debate on current social questions.
Peter Bogdanovich 's Texasville.
Frozen Assets. The environmental issues which face Siberia. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
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Too Short a Season. A veteran
Starfleet admiral, who is negotiating for the release of some hostages, harbours a deadly personal secret.
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The newest dance chart, DJ mix of the week and the video vote.
Autobiography of the USA A view of American history.
A Maverick/Perigee production for BBCtv
Health. Among tonight's interviewees is Dr Sam Hutt , also known as country and western star Hank Wangford. Presented by Raj Dhanda and Lindsay MacRae. Director Corinne Westacott Series producer Jo Wright
A Diverse production for BBCtv
Presented by Antoine de Caunes. The Charlatans in Paris and soul star Barry White on tour.
Executive producers Alex Berger , Tim Newman An NB de C production for BBCtv
Sir David Attenborough tells the stories of tonight's two prisoners.
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Stanislav Lem is one of the most original and widely read science fiction writers in the world. His books are not merely fantasies, but compelling voyages of intellectual discovery. In this rare interview, he talks about Poland, toys, Nazis,
Communists and what awaits us in outer space.
Producer Adam Ustynowicz Series editor Nigel Williams
Oh, How We Danced. The 4077th plots a surprise to cheer up BJ (Mike Farrell ) on his wedding anniversary. (R)
An original thriller in six parts by Paula Milne. Starring Miranda Richardson
4: Catastrophe Theory. 'Find Karin Miiller or your children will die.' As Stefan responds to the RLF ultimatum in London, Sidonie and Lomax pursue the trail in Hamburg. But who does Lomax really work for?
Producer Michael Wearing Director Rob Walker
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The arts and media programme.
Sir David Attenborough with the second of tonight's portraits.