6.45 The Church of San Francesco, Rimini 2695708 7. 10 Jean-
Jacques Rousseau : Retreatto Romanticism 7110692 7.35
Blackpool -from Small Town to Holiday Resort
Who Burned Mr Brinker 's
Store? (part 3). The evidence against Jamal builds up.
The development of a variety of Finland's spiders.
With Philippa Forrester,
Toby Anstis and Andi Peters.
Comedy, music and fun hosted by Mickey Hutton. Featuring special guests Take That.
James Dennett finds out how to cope with pressure.
Game show presented by Dave Benson Phillips.
Andi Peters meets the Japanese equivalent of Take That.
r Classic comedy about two well-meaning stage hands who try to help a playwright with his romance.
Director H C Potter (1941) B/W , SEEFILMS pages 30-34
A portrait of Lake Dal, Kashmir.
Film about how aeroplanes replaced camel trains as a means of transporting mail in Australia's Northern Territory.
Children's puppet adventures.
Last programme about still photography. Rpt
Followed by Holiday Outings
David Jessel explores the Scottish Highlands.
Dishes prepared by a chef who dives daily for fresh seafood.
Presented by John Craven.
Followed by Aussies
First of five programmes in which Jack Pizzey looks at the Australian way of life.
Regional News; Weather
Romantic drama starring
Peter Finch , Roger Moore While war rages in Europe, missionary nurse Rachel Cade faces different battles in the Belgian Congo.
Director Gordon Douglas ( 1960)
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Colonel Henri Derode:
Starring William Shatner Leonard Nimoy
The Immunity Syndrome
When the entire solar system of Gamma VII A dies, Kirk and his weary crew must investigate. They discover there is indeed something rotten in the state of the universe, and Spock is called on to make the ultimate sacrifice.
Starring James Arness The Whispering Tree
Returning home from prison Virgil Stanley is unable to find the stolen money he'd hidden eight years earlier. Furthermore, he is hounded by his ex-partner and a detective, both out to get their hands on the loot.
Why Golf?The last programme in the series examines the game's origins and traces its spread throughout the world. Producer Donna Geils
Executive producer Laurence St John
Men in White Coats
Former first-class cricket umpires speak openly about the pressures they work under, the power of star players and why a county captaincy can be worth a good 500 runs a season. Tonight's programme investigates the hiring, firing and marking of England's men in white coats and learns how the system has led to anger and disillusionment. Editor VyvSimson
Executive producer Tony Moss
The season of classic BBC plays from the 60s and 70s continues with this 1973 play devised and directed by Mike Leigh about the extraordinary cruelties woven into the everyday life of an ordinary English family. Liz Smith stars as a middle-aged housewife and charwoman, abused and exploited by everybody, including her daughter-in-law Veronica, played by Alison Steadman in a role that prefigures the monstrous
Beverley in Abigail's Party
Producer Tony Garnett
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Are theatrical agents parasites or powerbrokers? This Late
Show report reveals what five of Britain's top agents do to earn their ten per cent.
Presented by Sue Cameron.
More highlights from the Edinburgh Festival including Margi Clarke 's first one-woman show, 21 st Century Scut; a beginner's guide to the wonderful world of American director Peter Sellars , who is in Edinburgh with his new drama production of The Persians, direct from Salzberg; and Glaswegian comic
Bruce Morton heads east to search for the best of the festival comedy. Presented by Kirsty Wark.
A look athowimagesof women have changed during the 20th century, and the implications for writers in reflecting these changes.
How do student doctors learn about decision-making, and do they learn enough? Should it be taught as a central part of the medical curriculum?