With Paul Coia.
Kit Banion controls most of the cattle business in Wyoming territory. One day a handsome stranger rides into town, bringing trouble in his wake.
Director Joe Kane
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Greg Norman , the 1986 British Open Champion, reflects on his career.
Second episode of a five-part dramatisation of one of cricket's most controversial events. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Magazine for the deaf.
(Shown Sunday 12.05pm BBCi;
Followed by Seven Ages of Man The secret world of the 10-year-old.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Prime Minister's questions.
and Regional News; Weather
Steve Eggington tells the remarkable story of Clic, the Cancer and Leukaemia in Childhood trust.
Second part of the documentary about a Normandy priest.
Second of a five-part drama documentary series offering an insight into the language and culture of Germany.
A visit to Mr and Mrs Paddy Ashdown's cottage garden in Somerset, which is a retreat from a hectic life in politics.
With Geoff Hamilton , Dr Stefan Buczacki , Nigel Colborn and Pippa Greenwood. 0 GARDENING: page 16
A young orphan being brought up in Australia becomes fascinated by Donkegin Hole - a lake believed by the local Aborigines to contain a legendary monster.
Director Brian Trenchard-Smith • FILMS: pages 33-40
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The Writer. In a medieval castle, a writer creates a dark and dreadful story.
Vintage American comedy about the army sergeant who is always on the make, starring Phil Silvers.
Sergeant Bilko and three buddies visit Mexico where bandits take their uniforms and wear them while holding up a bank.
Fifth in a six-part series about what it means to be black and European in the run-up to the 1992 single European market. Italy. 15 years ago Italians suddenly found themselves in the middle of an economic boom. A country that traditionally exported its labour force began importing cheap labour. Somalians, Ethiopians, Ghanaians,
Nigerians have flooded into the country, radically transforming Italian society. Today, Italy's immigration laws are being tightened, as hostility to its 'foreigners' becomes more vicious daily. Producer Sharon Pemberton
Series producer Onyekachi Wambu
Fourth in a six-part series about the Soviet Union's remotest and coldest frontiers.
Frozen Ivory. Hidden under the tundra lies the world's only 'legal' ivory - mammoth tusks. But, scientifically, the skeletons are more valuable than the tusks, so each new find brings a race between scientists and ivory poachers. Narrated by David Jessel. Director Shojun Hata
Producer Viviana Woodruff PICTURE STORY: page 60
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Richard Rouillard beams in by satellite from Los Angeles to report on the New Age movement; also joining in from Los Angeles is director, actor and writer Robert Townsend. And
Jonathan Miller is with Clive James in the studio this week. Series producer Beatrice Ballard Editor Richard Drewett
The series where the public can make programmes under their own editorial control.
Male Rape. The rape of men by men is widespread but kept hidden. In this film, Martin Dockrell of Survivors, a support group for men who have been sexually abused, breaks the silence surrounding male rape, with the help of men who talk openly for the first time about the fear and humiliation they have experienced.
Producer Gerry Pomeroy
Series producer Giles Oakley
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Clark Terry , the flugelhorn and trumpet player joins Bob Brookmeyer, one of the first specialists on the valve trombone. With Andy Sheppard. Original material produced by Terry Henebery.
Original material producer:
The video art magazine which looks at student work as well as new commissions.
Producers Ken MacGregor and Stephen Partridge
Introduction to Psychology