Memories of the Vigilant, the 83-year-old Thames Spritsail barge.
Written and produced by Brian Fawcett (R)
Some Daytime on Two programmes are aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the very young.
The Arabs. 1: Islam(R)
North American Indians
New series. A number of sequences designed to be used by young people in collective acts of worship, including 'Video-Psalm 22' with Commander James B Irwin of the Apollo 15 space mission, some illustrated words from Dr Martin Luther King and the first in a series of The Gospel According to Melv.
New series. A Need for Data followed by For Good Measure.
The King decides to give the Queen a surprise birthday present. With Jaye Griffiths. (R)
New series. Computer Consultant and Primary School Teacher.
A personal interpretation of aspects of the Cold War.
Written and Produced by:
An adventure with Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier. (R)
Weather followed by Storytime Footprints (R)
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Fiona Adam meets actor
Ian McShane filming on location for the new series of Lovejoy on Sunday at 8.05pm on BBC1. Producer Catherine Elliott-Kemp
Weather followed by Darts
Embassy World Professional Darts Championship.
Tony Gubba introduces highlights from the Lakeside Country Club.
Paul Coia hosts the word game. Director Justin C Adams Producer Leslie Mitchell
Today Jane Corbin hosts a lively debate on a topical issue of the week.
Editor Charles Miller
Starring Lex Barker Brenda Joyce
Tarzan penetrates a hidden jungle valley in search of a long-lost woman aviator, only to discover a fountain of youth.
Director Lee Sholem
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Terry Gilliam , director and animator of Monty Python 's Flying Circus fame, presents the six winning films in the First Bite 1990/91 Student Animation Competition. Director Sebastian Scott Producer Jenny Barrett
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Australia v England
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the fourth day's play in Sydney.
First of six programmes.
Mother Country. Thousands of black families have built their lives in the land that they were taught to regard as the mother country. Four families help to trace this personal history of black Britain.
Producer Faith Isiakpere
(Part 2 tomorrow at 7.40pm)
Every year, sudden death kills over 100,000
Britons. In the US, that figure is a quarter of a million. Many of the victims have some history of coronary heart disease, but it's not the classic heart attack that kills but a rapid onset of fatal electrical activity in the heart. Horizon follows a bizarre trail to pick up clues to the nature of sudden death.
Written and produced by Jeremy Taylor Editor Jana Bennett
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The conclusion of Jeanette Winterson's film.
Jess realises that to be free she must separate from the church, her home town and her mother. (R)
(For cast see Saturday at 9.05pm)
Egg thieves, bird smugglers, illegal dealers in endangered species: they are the quarry of the investigation officers of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, known in the trade as the Bird
Detectives. The programme spent a year watching them at work. Narrated by Jack Pizzey. Producer David Harrington 0 NATURE: page 12
Presented by Jeremy Paxman. Editor Tim Gardam
Highlights introduced by Tony Gubba , with commentary by Sid Waddell and Tony Green.