The key moments from yesterday's play.
Radijek, a desperate criminal, has escaped from the Mombasa jail. His sworn aim is to murder Tarzan and his mate, Jane.
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The entertainment magazine show from America.
The Old Rectory. A look at an old house crammed with treasures and bric-a-brac from past centuries.
A 13-part musical series. 2:
Maureen's toes won't twinkle - but Melvin's danced off his feet.
With Matthew Devitt ,
Sophie Aldred and Catherine Terry. • STEREO
Live from the All England Club. • STEREO
2.00pm News; Weather
Followed by Westminster Live
For the ladies, today is quarter-finals day, and the chance, perhaps, of an upset to match Jennifer Capriati 's victory over
Martina Navratilova at the same stage last year. Commentators John Barrett , Mark Cox , Virginia Wade and Ann Jones. • STEREO
Television, Memory, Race: 1968-92. Part 2 of Isaac
Julien's documentary history of black people in British television begins in the late 60s. From that period of turbulent race relations, which spawned controversial comedies like
Till Death Us Do Partand Love
Thy Neighbour, through to present-day drama and magazine programmes, this film traces and questions the progress made by black people on British television. Including interviews with Linton Kwesi
Johnson, Hanif Kureishi ,
Norman Beaton and Lenny Henry , and extracts from programmes of the time such as Mind Your Language, Roots, The Fostersand Empire Road. Narrated by Stuart Hall.
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Last in the current series.
Offbeat US time-travel drama.
Starring Scott Bakula
81/2 Months. 15 November
1955: Having leapt into the body of 16-year-old Billie Jean of Claremore, Oklahoma, Sam finds himself in labour.
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A fly-on-the-wall documentary series that chronicles a dramatic period in the history of the Labour-controlled
London Borough of Lewisham. People Power. Working women with children have occupied the central library in a desperate effort to meet the council leader Steve Bullock. The borough's housing shortage is spotlighted when a pregnant homeless woman refuses the offer of a newly redecorated one-bedroomedflat because she discovers the previous tenant died there. With 17,000 people on the waiting list and only 3,000 properties a year to let, it may be her only chance of being rehoused.
Meanwhile the council moves slowly towards crisis as members fail to make the necessary cuts to the cherished education service.
Producers Malcolm Hirst and Charles Stewart
A Partners in Production film for BBCtv • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
With Francine Stock.
A 1964 documentary about working-class Afro-Caribbeans living in Birmingham in the early 60s. Philip Donnellan's film focuses on a railwayman from St Kitts, a bus conductor from Jamaica, a family of singers from Trinidad and a nurse from Barbados.
Donegal: Economy and Culture. Poverty and lack of work led to decades of emigration from the west of Ireland, but the exodus has been stemmed with the introduction of new industries.