Melvyn Douglas Conrad Nagel
Adaptation of B Priestley 's play about a group of people drawn into making a series of damaging confessions. Director Phil Rosen (1935)
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9.05 The Science Collection
9.30 Mathscope: Threat to Our Playground
9.45 Storytime: Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?
10.00 Thunderbirds in French
10.05 Thinkabout Science: Going to the Moon: 1
10.20 Search Out Science: Communication: Getting the message
10.40 Around Scotland: Children of Coal and iron
11.00 Words and Pictures: The Magic Brush
11.15 English Time: Writing in Style: Media Messages
11.55 Q and A
12.05 Quinze Minutes
12.20 TV6: Pandora's Box: The League of Gentlemen: 1
12.50 Teaching Today: Miss, Miss, There's Something Wrong with Emma
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC
with Chris Jarvis (Stereo)
1.30 Joshua Jones
1.40 Zig Zag: Map Makers: Map messages
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather
followed by Storytime
Note: repeats are not indicated.
(Portraits from on High) Louisa, a retired farmer, talks of her life in the Haute-Savoie mountains of France. In French with English subtitles.
(Shorn on Sunday 12.30pm on BBC1)
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament and its committees.
UK Championship from
Spectre of the Gun Kirk is sentenced to death by the rulers of a hostile planet.
The island of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean could become the 51st state of the USA.
Magenta De Vine and Rajan
Datar start their journey in the capital San Juan and then move on to the world's largest telescopic observatory where the US government is searching for aliens from outer space. Producer Nicola Colton
Series producer Sharon Ali
Steve Lee reports live from the finish of the RAC Rally in Birmingham's Centenary
Square. Plus a look back at the action of the past four days.
As coverage of the rally Is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
Polly Peck 's 's Missing Millions
Polly Peck was a multinational, multi-division company headed by the charismatic Asil
Nadir. Then, in 1990, it crashed. Nearly two billion pounds of shareholders' and banks' money disappeared, amid allegations of fraud on the part of its chairman Nadir, who subsequently jumped bail and fled to northern Cyprus.
This special report from The
Money Programme goes behind the scenes and reconstructs the hunt for the missing money in the story of one of the City of London's biggest scandals.
Exclusive first-hand testimony from those involved helps to shed new light on what went so badly wrong.
Producer John Williams
Editor Jane Ellison
New US comedy series.
When a flat in his block becomes vacant, Jerry persuades the landlord to rent it to Elaine.
Critical fanfares have greeted this four-part adaptation of Hanif Kureishi 's novel, which finishes thisevening. "Never has a novel waltzed so effortlessly on to the screen," said The Times, while The Independent lauded its
"witty, dry precision". The Sun's critic (his column headed
"Suburbia's a Buddha all right") gave more equivocal praise: "Nice script, shame about the haircuts."
1978: Karim becomes a star and goes with Pyke's play to New York, where he has to be rescued by Charlie. By the time he returns to London, he finds his family have moved on, and so has the country. As the decade draws to a close, he finds himself reflecting on his past, and his future.
Screenplay by Hanif Kureishi and Roger Michell Producer Kevin Loader ; Director Roger Michell
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The story of 7 Blyth Grove in Worksop - the only suburban semi owned by the National Trust.
Presented by Sue Cameron.
With Tracey Macleod.
Quarter-final action from the UK Championship. Stereo