Designing a Lift
Parental care in social insects.
The Bembridge Sailing Club.
Pathe News of this week in 1952. A Griffin production for BBCtv (B/w)
Adventure starring Bruce Bennett
Tarzan joins an expedition to an ancient Mayan city in Guatemala. With Frank Baker and Dale Walsh.
Directors Edward Kull. W F McGaugh (B/w) ● FILMS: pages 33.39
First network showing.
1 An American pilot returns to Japan to rescue a scientist. I With Tom Neal and Barbara Hale.
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A look at the farm animals that still exist, thanks to a few dedicated farmers.
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The excavation of the forgotten slave sites in America.
Followed by TUC92
The 124th Trades Union
Congress opens in Blackpool today, with live coverage of this afternoon's important debate on the future of trades unions and the TUC itself.
Presented by Vivian White and Donald McCormick.
3.00pm News and Weather
and Regional News; Weather
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Joanna Lumley selects her favourite TV memories.
Gardening tips with Geoff Hamilton and the team.
The weirdest family on television returns in the cult comedy series.
Art and the Addams Family When Grandma takes up painting as a hobby, Gomez calls in the help of Picasso.
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
The American comedy series about fast-talking Will and his Bel-Air cousins.
6.50pm Standing Room Only
The thinking football fan's programme returns for a new season.
Kevin Allen leads the team out to tackle the issues, meet the personalities and net the stories that make our national game. Plus an exclusive interview with Pele.
Series producer Dele Oniya â FEATURE: page 28
7.25pm Liquid TV
Animation series featuring the work of some of the world's finest animators. Including Dog Boy, the man with a dog's heart; The Specialists, three cartoon private investigators; and Joe Normal - who is far from normal.
First of six programmes taking a critical look at the current efforts being made to reshape African societies. Facing the Future. After 16 years of brutal civil war, Angola is now at peace. A ceasefire between the Cuban-backed
MPLA government and the US/South African-backed
Unita was signed last year, and free elections are due this month. The country is potentially one of Africa's richest, but reconstruction and reconciliation are a long march away. Narrator Hugh Quarshie. Producer Rizu Hamid
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I First showing on network television for this romantic drama, starring Anne Archer
Geologist Gail Weston and oilman John Taylor take different approaches to drilling for oil, but they do agree that the piece of land they've optioned will make their fortune.
Director Ernest Day
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by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman
A series of comedy films, starring Dawn French
The local planning officer's head has been set in concrete. WPC Softly is mysteriously promoted overnight.
With Bill Paterson, Timothy Spall, Stephen Frost and Peter Bland.
A TalkBack production for BBCtv
Presented by Peter Snow.
A new series of news and reviews from the world of the arts and media.