With Philippa Forrester.
Today: the Patch Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
Can Albert stop Dad finding the cellar key.
Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story by Joan Eadington
Series three from 1980. Close friends Duane and Tracy begin drifting apart.
Episode written by Phil Redmond
Today, featuring the young offspring of whales, sharks and dolphins.
With Terry Nutkins.
Today's heat is from Manchester.
Classic western series with James Arness.
It's a new college term, and as six students from different backgrounds, studying different courses, move in under the same roof so does a camera team.
Coverage of the closing stages of the Dunhill Cup from St Andrews.
As coverage of today's golf Is live, programmes may be disrupted
The divisional championship matches between the North v London and the South
East, and the South West v the Midlands.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The last programme in the series uncovers a lake full of monster carp. Producer Hugh Miles
A Wild Wise production for BBCtv
Tonight's programme looks at how the changing face of food retailing now threatens the continued growth of Britain's large supermarket chains. Producer Martin Small
Editor Jane Ellison
The TV action-man comes out of retirement to scale the London building which bears his giant image.
(There's a tribute to Blue Peter at 8.25pm)
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A roundup of the week's play.
Millions of viewers, from the very young to the middle-aged, have memories of growing up with a particular television programme. For most, extraordinarily, it's the same one - Blue Peter - the one where ill-tempered animals would attack the presenters, where viewers contributed towards lifeboats and guide dogs, and where countless artefacts were fashioned from squeezy bottles and "sticky-back plastic".
Helen Lederer pays tribute to the great survivor of children's broadcasting on its 35th anniversary, meeting many famous names from the past and reviving memories of the Blue Peter voyage of discovery. Producer Lewis Bronze: DirectorBill Locke
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Howard Schuman travels economy in search of low-budget New York moviemakers for this report originally shown in Moving Pictures.
Director Peter Jamieson ; Series editor Paul Kerr A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Desperate for fame at any price, Ruby Wax makes one last-ditch attempt to hit the big-time in her homeland. Heading straight for Los Angeles, she launches headlong into the seedy world of casting couches and bargain-basement bust jobs.
Wax's latest satirical assault on America features appearances from Billy Crystal,
Katherine Helmond and an array of porn stars, interspersed with her own uniquely demented monologues. Director Ed Bye Producers Justin Judd. Louise Krakower
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Screenwriting expert Robert McKee introduces a season of classics of world cinema. Producer: Nick Freand Jones
10.00 The Terminator
James Cameron's blockbuster sci-fi thriller, which made Arnold Schwarzenegger a star, spawned dozens of imitations and a hugely expensive sequel. With Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn and Paul Winfield.
Director (The Terminator):
The first of a season of films based on short stories by Jorge Luis Borges. The South
An accident sends a man on a journey into his past. In Spanish with English subtitles.
(Tomorrow: The Gospel According to St Mark)