6.45 Computing: Miles of Aisles 7.10 Geology: Clays
A lawyer tries to hoodwink a stage coach operator. 0 FILMS: page 36
George Pearson gets married. But then his mum wants to come on the honeymoon. 0 FILMS: page 36
A desperate search for$50.
Ralph (Jackie Gleason ) tries to avoid a beating.
American magazine show, with Suzanne Sommers.
Followed by Holiday Outings
A visit to Copenhagen in Denmark.
A look at Belfast's
Followed by Westminster Live
Pamela Stephenson trawls through the BBC archives. * COMEDY: page 6
Followed by Holiday Outings
Camping in France.
Measuring the Roof of the World
How modern technology is being used to map Mount Everest and its area.
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The adventures of the new
USS Enterprise and its crew. Starring Patrick Stewart The Neutral Zone. Stardate
41986.0: while travelling to a meeting with the hostile Romulans, the Enterprise discovers a ship containing three people from the 20th century frozen in a state of suspended animation.
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Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Aminatta Forna , live from
Manchester, with the sharpest angles on the news. Producer Charlotte Metcaff
Series editor Sebastian Scott
Heavenly music by Manic Street Preachers and Flowered Up; love notes from Lenny Kravitz ; Enigma. Presented by Antoine de Caunes.
Executive producers Alex Berger and Tim Newman
An NBdeC production for BBCtv
Palestine: the First Intifada
For the last three years Palestinians have been involved in an Intifada against the Israeli occupation of their homeland. But 50 years ago the British administration in Palestine was faced with an armed Arab rebellion which was supressed with a brutality as severe as that employed by the Israelis today .The aftermath of the first Intifada is still seen by many
Palestinians as contributing directly to the problems of the Middle East.
Written and produced by Antonia Benedek
Senes editor Roy Davies
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Continuing live transmission of the championship match between England and Republic of Ireland. See panel below left.
A three-part Whitehall drama series, written by G.F. Newman
Starring Fiona Shaw
When high-flying civil service mandarin Gillian Savage discovers a conspiracy at the Home Office, she must choose between loyalty to her leader and leaking to the press.
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Charles Truman, MP (Home Secretary):
Dr Peter Balliol, MP:
Dr Lawrence James:
Norman May-Boys, MP:
Michael Parke- Walsh, MP:
Sir Tom Fawthrop:
Sir Christopher St Place:
With Jeremy Paxman.
Showcase for new directors.
Look for the Moon. Dance-drama with Frank McConnell.
Director Bill Kirkwood
Series producer Colin Rose
12.00 What Was Modernism? 12.25
Professional Judgment: Data-based Aids.