The Physics of Matter: The
I First showing on I network television.
Maisie (Ann Sothern) is fired from her job as a taxi-dancer.
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The women of Denley prepare to welcome Eleanor Roosevelt.
0 FILMS: pages 32-43
Singer Richard Marks.
A look at Kakadu in northern Australia.
Followed by Muggeridge: Ancient and Modern
1967-71. Continuing his life story.
Followed by Wild World
Desire of the Moth
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop picks his favourite TV clips.
Among the films reviewed Sleeping with the Enemy and Silence of the Lambs.
The sixth programme in the acclaimed seven-part series following a year in the life of a Scottish vet George Rafferty. The Joys of Spring? With lambing and calving at their peak, Rafferty is busy. A female ferret provides a surprise and he also treats hamsters, ibex and an otter. Producer Jeremy Mills
Executive producer Paul Hamann
9 BOOK: The Vet - Beyond the Surgery Door, £7.99, from booksellers
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Kit Banion controls most of the cattle business in Wyoming territory. One day a handsome stranger brings trouble for the passionate, dangerous woman they called the Maverick Queen.
Director Joe Kane
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We Shall Not Be Moved?
Football faces an uncertain future. Changes are being forced upon it as a result of the Hillsborough disaster two years ago. The most painful is the closure of the terraces that have played such a central role in the culture and history of the game. Many clubs say they cannot afford to develop their grounds to provide more seats. Antonia Higgs reports on whether the clubs and the game can survive such an upheaval. Producer Sandy Smith
Executive producer Peter Lowe
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Dishes from down under from gastronaut
Keith Floyd. In New South Wales he finds teeming seas full of succulent prawns and sweet rock oysters. All that and Australia's down-market signature dish - a meat pie with mushy peas. Director David Pritchard
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Radio Times columnist Chris
Goffey road tests the new
Mazda 121, claimed to be the new super Mini and tries out a new high mobility vehicle;
Jeremy Clarkson examines the system for car recalls; and Tony Mason looks at how to start in single class rallying.
Introduced by William Woollard. Producer Ian Thomas Editor Tom Ross
The classic 70s comedy starring Frankie Howerd
Episode written by Talbot Rothwell and Sid Colin
Producer Sydney Lotterby
0 VIDEO: 'Up Pompeii! - Vestal Virgins' and 'The Legacy'. £9.99, from retailers.
Heart of the Angel
Every day the Angel tube station in London struggles to cope with its load of 15,000 commuters. Overburdened lifts break down; weary travellers lose their tempers. At night, like moles, the 'fluffers' emerge to clean the tracks. Human hair is the main fire hazard. And much of it has been torn out by frustrated staff who try to keep smiling through all the traumas. Producer Molly Dineen Editor Caroline Pick
An Allegra Film for BBCtv (Rpt; 0 PICTURE STORY: page 79
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A series of surreal comedies.
Of Nudists and Deities. How phallic is Nelson's column and should it be entrousered? Are apples evil? Do bull seals sleep together on the first date? De Bargos answers. Told by Jim Broadbent , Jon Glover ,
Caroline Leddy , Enn Reitel , Kate Robbins.
Written and produced by Geoff Atkinson and Kim Fuller
Executive producer Tony Garnett
A preview of OU programmes.