With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis . Phone in on [number removed]to play the computer game Maggot Moments. ● STEREO
Felix uses his charm to outwit the nasty professor.
Today: the Patch Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv ● STEREO
Uncle Boom wants to replace the faithful Suntot train with the new Zoom Engine.
What is legless and armless but not always harmless? ● STEREO
Orville and Cuddles are caught up in sports events.
Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe recycle some junk. ● STEREO
A boy's quest for Camelot. ● STEREO
Children's splash hit game show. ● STEREO
The Feliner can't be finished without a Megacondensor.
5: Will the Vixen's tidal wave destroy London?
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A roundup of last week's shows. * STEREO
Music news and features.
The Uninvited. Scott crashes in the desert.
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Summit Meeting (Part 1)
Vincent hears of an alien plot to kill the world's leaders.
(Rpt. Part 2 next Sunday) • CULT: page 4
A surreal comedy.
Of Missiles and Thespians
The cold war has ended and the army is being retrained to take in washing.
Discussion of the week's main political news in the region. Presented by Bruce Parker.
The region's political review, presented by Terry Dignan. 0 REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Eight years in the life of a girl who is fighting kidney disease.
The Race for the WhiteHouse 1992. Who will the American people vote for on Wednesday - George Bush or Bill Clinton ? Award-winning journalist
Richard Ben Cramer profiles the two presidential rivals. A WGBH production for BBCtv ● STEREO
Ireland v Australia
After their injury-time World
Cup quarter-final defeat by the Wallabies, the Irish will be out for revenge. Plus action from the Leagues. With Chris Rea , Nigel Starmer-Smith , Hugo MacNeill and David Mercer.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston ● STEREO
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Unbiased accounts of holiday destinations.
Sardinia and Corsica. Carol
Smillie and Paddy Haycocks report from the Mediterranean isles, and Matthew Collins tastes life at a Sardinian racing stables. With weather from Ian McCaskill.
Presented by Penny Junor . Executive producer Tony Moss
Series producer Rachel Hebditch
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Will the Anchor Drift?
For nearly half a century, western Germany's prosperity at the heart of Europe has rested on consensus between government, industry and trade unions. But, as a reunified Germany faces the prospect of recession, Janet Bush reports on the pressures that threaten to tear that consensus apart. Producer Martin Small
Editor David Nissan
Concluding David Attenborough 's award-winning Life Trilogy.
New Worlds. For 10,000 years mankind has been changing the face of the earth and the animals and plants that live upon it. David Attenborough looks at the damage we are causing to the oceans, the atmosphere, and the rainforests. Producer Andrew Neal
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First of athree-part series looking at the influence of European talent on the American cinema during the first half of this century. Welcome to Paradise. Many Europeans came to Los
Angeles in the 1920s - some for commercial reasons, others fleeing oppression in Europe. Focusing on key writers, directors, musicians and performers - including Thomas Mann , Fritz Lang ,
Max Reinhardt , Bertolt Brecht and Arnold Schoenberg - tonight's film tells how these emigres brought their rich cultural traditions to the big screen.
Narrated by Sam Wanamaker. Producer Ann Hummel
(Michael Curtiz 's 's Dodge City is being shown on Tuesday at 6.00pm; Fritz Lang 's Fury on Friday at 11.20pm) 0 FEATURE: page 29
Personal reflections on 20th-century European architecture. Daniel Libeskind. Destroyed in the Second World War, once divided by the Wall, the Potsdamer Platz in the heart of Berlin is the most important architectural space in the united Germany's new capital city. Architect Daniel Libeskind explains his fascination. Director Christopher Hale Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Jeremy Paxman and guests review the week's TV highlights. Editor Anne Tyerman ● STEREO
Historical comedy series, presented by Rory McGrath.
Tonight, Phil Pope impersonates Beethoven, Jan Ravens is
Queen Guinevere, and Craig Ferguson is John Knox. Director Dominic Brigstocke Producer Marcus Mortimer
A Channel X production for BBCtv
First showing on network television for
Alan Parker 's study of racism in America's Deep South, starring Gene Hackman Willem Dafoe
Mississippi, 1964: FBI agents Ward and Anderson arrive in the small town of Jessup to investigate the disappearance of three civil rights activists. Enraged by the increasingly hostile behaviour of the local Ku Klux Klan, Ward drafts in more and more agents -and starts a war.
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