Action from the third day.
Humphrey Bogart Damascus, 1925: arms smuggler Harry Smith risks compromising himself to attract Violette, a French intelligence officer's girlfriend.
Director Curtis Bemhardt ●FILMS: pages 47-54
A report on Halifax in West Yorkshire, a town whose considerable prosperity was based on the cloth trade, and which brims over with Victorian self-confidence.
More live action from the Lawn Tennis Championships. On day four of the tournament, Barry Davies talks to the headline makers, both winners and losers. Commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox , Ann Jones and Virginia Wade. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. ●STEREO
Followed by Westminster Live
Today's events in Parliament.
Further live coverage. • STEREO
The investigative sports programme, presented by footballer John Fashanu. Producer Chris Moore Editor David Taylor
Wildlife stories from around the world.
The Beach Boys. Set on the Patagonian coast of South
America, this Italian film tells the story of a group of young sea lions. In this male-dominated society, the young animals continually challenge the hierarchy of their colony. BBCtv presentation Fergus Beeley ●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
NATURE: page 16
The new series of the holiday programme comes from Manchester airport, and tonight presenter Penny Junor looks at ways of overcoming a fear of flying.
The Greek island of Cephalonia is explored by reporters Carol Smillie and Paddy Haycocks; Barbara Windsor, evacuated to Blackpool as a child, rediscovers her past there; and on a working ranch in Montana Matthew Collins makes a video diary of his debut as a cowboy. Series producer Rachel Hebditch Executive producer Tony Moss
MOAN LINE: if things go wrong on your holiday, phone [number removed].
TRAVEL: page 18
PENNY JUNOR'S KIND OF DAY: page 114
Modern fables exploring the impact of 20th-century science.
Twice since the war, British governments have been bewitched by the promises of economists offering foolproof technical methods to recapture past prosperity. Twice they have failed disastrously.
Featuring, from the archives, Margaret Thatcher, Harold Wilson, Keith Joseph, Tony Benn, Milton Friedman and an assorted bunch of well-paid economists, this is the odd and sometimes comic story of the rise and fall of the science of money.
(Teletext subtitles: page 888)
Francine Stock with in-depth reports on major news stories.
Arts and media magazine. ●STEREO
12.00 Weekend Outlook: a preview ofOU programmes.
12.05 Victorian Ways of Death - funerary memorials, mourning paraphernalia and coffin design illuminated life and death in Victorian society.
2.00 TV Edits: a chance to record a preview of new language resources for advanced students of French and German.
3.00 RCN Nursing Update: an opportunity to record continuing education units on" Helping Patients and Clients to Benefit from Social Security" and "A Healthy Skin: Not as Common as You Think".
● INFORMATION: further details in 17 7 June issue of Nursing Standard