9.00 Reviving Antiques: caringfor wooden skeletons 9.05 Save a Life: B ... Is for Breathing (Teletext)
9.15 Supersense: Sound Sense. The sensory world of animals
(Teletext) 9.45 You and Me: Menu
10.00 Sealladh is Seanchas: An
Coineanach (the Rabbit) 10.15 Zig Zag: Tales from Europe - Britain (with subtitles) 10.35 Great
Experiments: Bright Sparks and LongWaves 11.00 Watch: 40
Years Ago - At the Shops 11.15 Sex Education: Life Begins 11.35 Movable Feasts: Equal Rights
11.50 Child Slaves: The Moral
Factor 12.15 Update Europe: A Long Way from Home 12.35 Art Show: Inside Out. Outdoor art
12.55Take Nobody's Word forlt: do-it-yourself science series 1.20 MrBenn 1.35 King Greenfingers (Stereo) 1.40 Landmarks: The
Gateway to the North. Sherwood Forest (with subtitles) 2.00 News: Weatherfollowed by You and Me
Featuring four young people who practice the art of printing engravings and etchings.
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Westminster Live
Featuring Prime Minister's questions and other parliamentary issues.
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Classic British thriller starring
Dirk Bogarde Jack Warner
When PC Dixon is shot trying to arrest a couple of crooks, new recruit Andy Mitchell takes up the case with a vengeance. With Jimmy Hanley , Meredith Edwards , Robert Flemyng , Bernard Lee , Patric Doonan and Peggy Evans. Director Basil Dearden
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Eamonn Holmes reports on a driving holiday in Germany, visiting the Black Forest. (Rpr)
John Brookes looks at planting colourful borders.
Set in the American
Civil War, starring
The year is 1864 when cattle prove more valuable than cannons. Alvarez Kelly arranges to sell his herd to the Union Army. Colonel Rossiter of the Rebels is planning to steal it, and Kelly finds himself caught between the two sides.
With Victoria Shaw and Richard Rust.
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Colonel Tom Rossiter:
Who Do They Think They Are?
When Australian Prime Minister
Paul Keating criticised his nation's "cultural cringe" towards Britain, it caused a storm. It also sparked off a serious debate about Australia's identity. Should it loosen the ties with Britain, become a republic, and accept a future more closely bound to its Asian neighbours? Michael Charlton returns to his native country and bravely asks the locals - who do they think they are? Producer Subniv Babuta Editor John Morrison
Another chance to see this sci-fi comedy series written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor.
Dimension Jump. In a universe almost identical to our own, another Arnold Rimmer exists.
A test pilot in the Space Corps, he is charming, brave and modest. After his test craft breaks the speed of reality, he finds himself face to face with his counterpart aboard Red Dwarf.
Director Ed Bye
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Cockpit computer voice:
Offbeat American sci-fi drama.
Starring Scott Bakula One Strobe Over the Line
15June 1965: Sambecomesa fashion photographer who has to babysit a glamorous model to prevent her from taking an overdose of amphetamines.
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Second of a six-part documentary series that tells the inside story of horse racing in this country. And They're Off. As the 1991 flat racing season opens, Luca Cumani aims to win the trainers' championship for the first time. On the Newmarket gallops his horses are going well. Most of them belong to big players in the racing game like Sheikh Mohammed. But he has
"hobby" owners, too, and their relationship with Cumani resembles that of an anxious and ambitious parent with a public school housemaster. Producer Liz Molyneux
Executive producers William Cran and David Taylor
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This True Book of Ours - the Human
Body: exposing the work of the 16th-century anatomist.