6.45 Physics Beyond Experience 5903606 7.10 The "Mariner9" Code 4485847 7.35 The Optical Lens
Who's Who? Final episode. Lana is kidnapped.
Personal reflections on paintings. Patrick Nuttgens talks about
The Guitar Player by Vermeer.
Drama starring Pat O'Brien
The true story of Frank Cavanaugh , famous captain, lawyer and football coach, who was nicknamed the "Iron
Major" by American soldiers in the First World War.
Director Ray Enright (1943)
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Second part of the Australian drama series.
Shasta has a reunion with an old friend, while her adopted son Neil has a rendezvous with the unpredictable Carrie.
Today, Geoffrey Smith visits Golden Acre Park in Leeds.
A look at the chimneys and fireplaces in the 17th-century farmhouses of Yetminster,
Series which looks at the strange lives of arthropods - animals with an external skeleton. Today: How do crabs, lobsters and sand fleas play, multiply and survive?
A century ago, a group of Orthodox Jews set up Mea
Shearim, a settlement outside the Old City Walls. There they live in a self-contained community with workshops, markets and schools.
Cooking with Kurma
Today: an Italian lunch of potato dumplings, tomato sauce and asparagus with oil and lemon sauce.
Followed by A Week to Remember The news from 40 years ago.
The GA European Open from
East Sussex National Golf Club.
This new venue on the European tour features a tough finish with water on two of the last four holes. Nick Faldo defends the title he won at Sunningdale last year. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Producer Alastair Scott
3.00pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
3.50 pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Crime drama being shown in conjunction with the documentary series, Hollywood UK. Starring Gene Barry Cyd Charisse
An editor of a top fashion magazine is suspected of ulterior motives when she goes on an assignment to Morocco.
Director Gerry O'Hara (1967)
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Peter Snow with news of the rival world chess championships in London and the Netherlands.
Series of documentaries which go behind the headlines to reflect the Northern Ireland conflict in the context of ordinary rural life.
A Controlled Explosion
During the Troubles, the quarry business must be extra vigilant. At McCaffrey's quarry every ten days, the blasting business is treated with military precision - involving helicopters and soldiers. Director Carlo Gebler
Producer Pierre Hodgson
The motoring series with a report on the best small car in Britain today - with Jeremy Clarkson and Michele Newman sifting through the ten leading contenders. And
Kristian Schmid (who played
Todd Landers in Neighbours) gets advice on good second-hand cars that teenage drivers like him can afford to insure. Plus a report on the new semiautomatic Ferrari Mondial.
Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
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This week, the programme reports on southern Morocco, from the rugged splendour of the Todra Gorges to the oases of the Draa Valley. Plus, the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth in north Devon. Producer Linda Bell
Series producer Rachel Hebditch
A film about relationships in comedy double-acts, which are sometimes magical and often stormy. Featuring Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin , Peter Cook and Dudley Moore , Cannon and Ball and Ernie Wise. Director Bill Eagles
Producer Sarah Williams
A Tiger production for BBCtv
Short films by new directors. Monster Fish
Comedy drama set in Australia. Director Polly Seddon
Series producer Colin Rose
Presented by Peter Snow.
Dramas by new film-makers. The Shoes
A new pair of shoes leads to a nervous breakdown.
Writer/Director Nicholas Martin B/W Like/Dislike
An essay provokes a serious family disagreement.
Writer/Director Chris Boebel
Childbirth and contraception at the turn of the century.