With Philippa Forrester. stereo
It's the world's first global birdwatch, with reports from three continents. And this is the first of five live reports during the morning hosted by Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan from the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust in Slimbridge.
How to join in the world's biggest birdwatch SEE FEATURE page38
The Dot Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Jonny has garden problems. Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story by Joan Eadington Rpt
Series three from 1980. Episode wntten by Phil Redmond
With special guests Take That.
With a guest appearance by William Shatner.
Western starring Robert Young
Peaceful Indian tribes become restless when a trader tries to stir up trouble. Dtrectorstuart Gilmore (1952)
FILM REVIEWS pages 55-60
Concluding the film about the race to develop the atomic bomb. In German with English subtitles.
A studio debate on the state of football in Britain today, featuring top people involved in the game.
Featuring Wasps vBath in the Courage League. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith . Introduced by Chris Rea.
.Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Bob James and Chris Yates go fishing on the River Kennet on an icy morning.
Narrated by Bernard Cribbins. Producer Hugh Miles
A Wild Wise production for BBCtv
Stress is the new threat to
British industry, costing the country more than Y billion a year, with an estimated 92 million working days lost. Tom Maddocks reports. Producer Michael Johnston
Editor Jane Ellison
Last programme in the series. Can nature help us build better robots? Engineers are finding that inspiration from nature can provide extraordinary spin-offs, not only for robots, but all areas of design. Producer Melinda Barker
Series producer Martin Hughes-Games
Writer, lecturer, art historian, Kenneth Clark is best remembered as presenter of the landmark television series Civilisation. This profile of the man who did so much to shape the way people think about art, coincides with a repeat of this classic 13-part series, from 1969, on Saturday afternoons.
Lord Clark's career was a glittering public progression, a stark contrast to his complex and troubled private life. Friends and colleagues including Sir David Attenborough and Lord Grade are among those who recall him in this revealing insight into his life, which is illustrated with rarely seen archive material including clips from Civilisation, and various television interviews of the 70s.
Clark's three children also contribute, including Alan, one of Mrs Thatcher's most colourful and controversial ministers, whose own television profile is repeated this evening at 11.15pm.
An Illuminations production for BBCtv
A roundup of the week's play.
Comedy starring John Cusack
Walter "Gib" Gibson is a college freshman, who is offered the possibility of a passionate liaison with a "sure thing" in California. However the only person who can get him there is Alison Bradbury, a studious, super-organised student.
DirectorRob Reiner (198S)
Walter Gib Gibson:
The Sure Thing:
Another chance to see this intimate film portrait about the private life of former MP Alan Clark , with reporter Michael Cockerell , which reveals Clark's remarkable life and loves and takes the lid off the secret world of Whitehall.
Drama launching a week of jazz celebrations.
Pete Kelly is a jazz band leader in the 1920s Prohibition era, who is forced to make a stand when a gangster tries to muscle in on his business.
Director Jack Webb (1955) (MidnightJazz, tomorrowat 12.05am)