A Lifeline for the Outback
The Australian Royal Flying Doctor Service.
A Castle on the Map. A look at Lympne Castle in Kent.
First of a double bill starring Cary Grant.
A 17-year-old fixes her sights on an attractive older man.
With Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple.
Starring Cary Grant
Estranged by misfortune,
Roger and Julie Adams are parting, but memories return like favourite refrains.
With Irene Dunne , Beulah Bondi , Edgar Buchanan and Ann Doran.
Director George Stevens 0 FILMS: pages 30-36
US entertainment magazine.
Geraniums and pelargoniums.
Before the Beginning. Thor Heyerdahl explores how civilisation spread.
The 1977 discovery of the tombs of the Kings of Macedon.
Head chef Alan Ford.
Barbara Bel Geddes
Wandering cowhand Jim Garry becomes embroiled in a scheme to cheat a wealthy cattleman. Director Robert Wise 0 FILMS: pages 30-36
Monthly series of reports on the arts, politics and news from disabled reporters who live "on the edge" of able-bodied society. With signing. Producer Ian Macrae
Editor Kerena Marchant
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For the first time on British network television, the original pilot episode of the cult 1960s series which begins a repeat showing next week.
Starring Jeffrey Hunter Leonard Nimoy
The Cage. Aliens trap Captain Christopher Pike in a glass-walled cage where illusions are taken for reality.
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Programmes made by young people about their own lives. In Bed with Chris Needham
Chris Needham is putting together a band - but Manslaughter's bassist has no bass, the drummer can't play and Chris has to be in bed by nine o'clock. Producer Tony Steyger
Series producer Bob Long (Rev rpt)
Pacific Paradise. A look at the spectacular wildlife of the isolated Pacific islands - from bat-catching komodo dragons to magnificent birds of paradise. BBCtv presentation Chns McFarling
Last in the documentary series exploring American life.
Shoshone. While the Gulf War rages on American TV screens, the small town of Shoshone in Idaho battles against massive drought. The community of mostly aged inhabitants sends its few young men to the Gulf - and it is Idaho that is one of the first states to receive them back in body bags. Director John Barnes
Executive producer Paul Watson
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Further coverage from Zurich.
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A double bill of short films by graduates from film schools. Resurrection
Two sisters relax and look forward to the funeral of their other sister, tearaway Meg. Director Ray Kilby
A Royal College of Art production
A broadcast classical concert brings together an estranged couple as memories of their shared past are stirred. Director Elaine Streeter
A National Film and Television
School production ● STEREO
Presented by Sue Cameron.
Featuring Mad, the latest fringe production by controversial director Jeremy Weller ; and Cristina Hoyos , one of the world's leading flamenco dancers. Presented by Kirsty Wark. ● STEREO
Stylish black comedy thriller, starring Alan Alda, Louise Lasser. The sleepy town of Mount Angel has a new young sheriff, a population of senior citizens and a murderer intent on drastically reducing their number. With Edmond O'Brien, Ruth Gordon and Will Geer.
Director John Badham â— Films: pages 30-36
David Dimbleby reports live from Houston, Texas, as the Republican Party formally nominates President Bush as its presidential candidate. (Further coverage tomorrow)