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Forum: New evidence which could explain why dinosaurs became extinct.
With Philippa Forrester.
Another chance to see an episode from the second series, originally shown in 1986. Albert has come up with a bright idea, and the twins have made off with Rita's hat.
Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story by Joan Eadington Rpt 65593/1
Herman the computer hosts an international game show where language is no barrier.
Cartoon fun with the group of babies who view the world at carpet-level.
Another episode from the second series, originally shown in 197 9. Cathy is upset by her father's surprise appearance, and Madelin Tanner just makes things worse.
Episode written by Margaret Simpson
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The Tracy Brothers continue their musical quest, today arriving in Bath, where they hear the ethnic rhythms of the Womad festival.
Fast-moving pop magazine. Today's programme goes behind the scenes at the new Bad Boys Inc video shoot.
Two films paying tribute to painters Claude Monet and ReneMagritte.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
5.05 Synchronised swimming
British Grand Prix from
Donington - the highlight of the domestic motorcycling season. Most attention will be focused on the 500cc race, where
Wayne Rainey , three times world champion, and Texan
Kevin Schwantz continue their great rivalry. Australia's Daryl Beattie and Michael Doohan can also be expected to put on a good show. Commentary by Barry Nutley , Roger Burnett and Steve Parrish.
European Championships from Sheffield. Coverage of the event at Ponds Forge continues with the finals of the synchronised swimming duet discipline. No British duo has claimed the title since 1983, although on the four occasions prior to that Britain had been successful. There's also action from the women's 1m springboard diving.
Commentary by Hamilton
Bland, Lindsey Fraser , Andrea Fountain and Helen Rollason.
European Championships from Gijon, Spain. Featuring coverage of the individual final. Commentary by Stephen Hadley and Michael Tucker. Producers (Motorcycling) Jim Reside (Swimming) Alastair Scott
New Zealand. This report begins in the North Island port of Auckland, a city obsessed with fitness and sport, where Magenta De Vine and Rajan Datar investigate Maori culture and Polynesian gangs. They move on to the earthquake-threatened city of Wellington and the new-age capital Queenstown, where mysticism is served up with your pizza. Here you can pan for gold, bungy jump or heli-ski. Producer Siobhan Mulholland Series producer Dave Stewart
Documentary series telling the dramatic story of the oil industry. Crude Diplomacy. The 1950s, especially in America, were the years of tail fins, chrome and rock 'n' roll. Fuelled with Middle Eastern oil, gas-guzzling motorists enjoyed a petroleum binge. The price that had to be paid was growing dependence on the volatile region and entanglement in its explosive politics. Producer Peter Bate
Series producer William Cran
An In Vision/Majestic production for BBCtv Colour and B/W
A short series of programmes celebrating the work of great choreographers.
Ghost Dances and Journey British-born choreographer Christopher Bruce has an international reputation and is in demand by companies from all over the world. Next year, he becomes the artistic director of Britain's Rambert Dance Company. Tonight, the Houston Ballet performs Journey, which he created especially for them as a tribute to the great Danish ballet dancer Erik Bruhn. Also featured is a work he created for the Rambert company,
Ghost Dances. This is one of his most popular and powerful ballets, set to South American folk music and reflecting on the political struggles of Chile. Director Thomas Grimm
The series of cult movies this week features a double bill of unusual westerns.
Introduced by Alex Cox.
DJango r Starring
On the US/Mexican border just after the Civil War, Django, an ex-Union soldier who always tows a coffin behind him, becomes involved in a gang war between a group of Ku Klux Klansmen and a posse of Mexican bandits. This Grand Guignol spaghetti western has not been seen in the UK for more than 20 years.
Director Sergio Cortucci (1966)
SEE FILMS pages 31-37
General Hugo Rodrigues:
First showing on network television for this horror western starring Brad Dourif James, Earl Jones.
Late at night in the desert, a rough bounty hunter meets up with an intellectual, nervous clerk travelling east to meet his wife. As they settle in around the camp fire this unlikely pair start to tell each other increasingly terrifying stories, including tales of a cowboy buried alive by Indians and a gunslinger haunted by one of his victims.
See Films: pages 31-37
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