Film noir starring Robert Mitchum, Robert Ryan.
When a police captain sets out to nail an old-fashioned gangster, the reaction is predictable - and deadly.
Films: pages 51-58
A look at different societies' ideas of beauty.
The Txucarranne Indians celebrate a good harvest by dressing a 5-year-old girl as an Amazon goddess.
Sky One's weatherman Francis Wilson revisits his childhood haunts in Chesham, Bucks.
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. Phone in on 081.[number removed]for a chance to play Maggot Moments. ●STEREO
Today: the Tent Stop.
A Feigate production for SBCtv
Polluto joins a Suntot class on protecting the environment.
Today's animal has huge claws, a thick coat, and loves honey. • STEREO
Orville gets lost at the fair.
Recycling ideas with Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe. ● STEREO
A boy's quest for Camelot. * STEREO
Children's splash hit game show.
The story of Excalibur is revealed to Mumm-ra. (Rpt;
Last in the six-part drama series.
Francis Drake is to be knighted in the school musical. Jack plays Francis, but who is Elizabeth I?
Broadcast with stereo audio and Ceefax subtitles on page 888.
A roundup of last week's shows. • STEREO
Music news and features.
The Mighty Atom. A huge cloud of radioactive material is heading towards Australia. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
American science fiction drama, starring Roy Thinnes Summit Meeting (Part Two) Can Vincent rely on his attractive alien informer?
A surreal story.
Of Nudists and Deities. How phallic is Nelson's Column?
Should it be entrousered?
The region's political review. Presented by Laurie Mayer with reports from Tim Friend and Philippa Thomas.
• REGIONAL PROGRAMME
The men's singles final of the Volkswagen National
Championships from Telford. Commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer and Mark Cox. Introduced by Barry Davies.
Highlights from Australia of the last race of the season.
England B v South Africa Wales B v Australia
In Bristol, the Springboks play the second match of their tour, and in Cardiff, the Welsh B team take on the Wallabies.
With Chris Rea ,
Nigel Starmer-Smith and Lyn Davies. Executive producer Johnnie Watherston • STEREO
TheNeapolitan Riviera. The colourful city of Naples and a trip inland; the Amalfi Coast and Italy's most popular package destination - Sorrento; the hot springs on Ischia, the largest Neapolitan island; and weather report.
Executive producer Tony Moss
Series producer Rachel Hebditch
The Manufacturing Base On the eve of the CBI conference, Joe Layburn reports on the long-term damage the current recession is doing to British manufacturing industry. Producer Terry Kelleher
A recording of this morning's Remembrance Sunday parade and service in Whitehall.
Last in the series that reclaims the history of the lives on Britain's war memorials.
Enniskillen. Five years ago, a terrorist bomb killed 11 bystanders at the Armistice
Day service in Enniskillen. This film tells the story of the events that traumatised and galvanised a community. Family and friends of those killed, whose names have been added to Enniskillen's First World War memorial, speak out in a moving account of a tragic incident and the years that followed. Director Philippa Lowthorpe Series producer Peter Symes
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An introduction to the six-part series on the natural history of the former Soviet Union that starts next Sunday, presented by Nikolai Drozdov.
Series producer John Sparks
Series looking at the influence of European talent on the American cinema during the first half of this century.
Driven into Paradise. In the 30s, the German-speaking world was virtually drained of its cultural elite, as a large number of writers, musicians, actors and directors crossed the Atlantic. The majority settled in Los Angeles, then movie capital of the world, and their talent produced some of the century's landmarks in cinema, music and literature. Narrated by Sam Wanamaker. Producer Ann Hummel
Personal reflections on 20th-century European architecture. Brigitte Fassbaender. The fairy-tale qualities of the Hundertwasser Haus (1985), a block of council flats in Vienna designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser , have captured the heart of opera singer Brigitte Fassbaender. Director Mark Kidel
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Historical comedy series, presented by Rory McGrath. Josie Lawrence impersonates Cleopatra, Helen Lederer is Florence Nightingale, and Hugh Dennis is King John. Director Dominic Brigstocke Producer Marcus Mortimer
A Channel X production for BBCtv ●STEREO
Norman Jewison's classic film is shown as part of a season exploring racism and stars Sidney Poitier, Rod Steiger. In a small Southern town a black stranger is arrested for the murder of a rich Northern industrialist. The police chief subjects him to a bigoted interrogation. Then he discovers his suspect is a top city homicide cop.
Teletext subtitles: page 888
Films: pages 51-58