War drama in which a former soldier finds himself playing a dangerous double game as army intelligence tries to outwit a Japanese spy network in the months before the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Featuring Lee Tracy ,
Nancy Kelly , Richard Loo , Abner Biberman and Regis Toomey. DirectorWilliam Berke( 1945)
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9.25 Mathsphere: Robots in Action 2707634
9.45 You and Me An SFTV production for BBCtv 1221653
10.00 Movable Feasts 1391108
10.15 Look and Read 6836498
10.35 Q and A Stereo 8290030
10.45 Mathscope 8287566
11.00 Watch: Children in History Stereo 7449108
11.15 Thunderbirds in French 2392568
11.20 English Express: Factual writing 7443924
11.40 The French Collection 9670108
12.05 History File: Expansion, Trade and Industry Stereo
12.25 Lifeschool: J is for Joyriding Stereo 6306160
12.50 Teaching Today - Helping with reading difficulties (2) Stereo 9918566
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo
1.20 The Brollys 81263030
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair 96963585
1.40 Health E Stereo
2.00 News Subtitled and Weather;
followed by You and Me
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Kenneth Clarke 's first
Budget is also the first modem one to be presented in the autumn, a move which enables the government to announce its taxation and spending plans at the same time.
So for the second time this year the BBC's "three wise men" are in the studio to provide analysis of the Chancellor's plans. David Dimbleby introduces live coverage of the speech in full, with Peter Jay , BBC
Economics Editor, and Peter Snow. Plus a wide range of reaction from business, industry and others affected, and an analysis of the Budget's impact. Director Rob Hopkin
Editor Richard Clemmow
Drama, based on a true story, starring
Tom Burlinson Australia1928: a racehorse called Phar Lap seems a born loser despite his excellent ancestry, but trainer Harry Telford and groom
Tommy Woodcock have faith in the animal. Director Simon Wincer (1983) 45337214
No Easy Road to Freedom
After 30 years of struggle the ANC is virtually certain to head a Government of National
Unity in South Africa. But can a revolutionary movement turn itself into a sophisticated political party? Can former guerrilla fighters forgive their enemies and learn to accept the deals and compromises necessary in modern government? John Harrison 's report includes an exclusive interview with Nelson Mandela.
Producer David Wickham
In this week's countdown to
Christmas: a festive vegetarian alternative for Christmas Day, an exotic pie with spinach, fennel, cheese and cinnamon, and the perfect present, easy-to-make chocolate truffles. Plus Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke cross the Rhine into
Alsace for a blind wine-tasting challenge with local winemakers. With Chris Kelly and Michael Barry. Studio director Linda Nash
ProducersAlison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
RECIPES: are available in BBC Good Food Magazine and on Ceefax page 686.
Continuing the futuristic drama series, starring
James Belushi , Dana Delany Angie Dickinson
As the Senator's quest for the all-powerful Go-Chip reaches crisis point Harry gets taken to the Wilderzone and determines to help the "Friends".
"If I feel like having five men a week, I'll go for
It," says Mitzi. "If I don't feel like it, I won't." Mitzi and her friend Gall are 29, but remain single and fancy-free, unhindered by permanent partners, children and mortgages.
Tonight's film follows Gail and Mitzi on the prowl, observing the unique nature of female bonding. The men come and go, but their friendship remains constant. And while they don't totally reject the traditional idea of settling down to family life, it must remain in the future, while there's still another night on the town to enjoy.
Director Marc Munden
Series editor Paul Watson
A Budget statement by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kenneth Clarke. With subtitles.
Philosopher Ray Monk asks how brain research is affecting our ideas about who we are and scientist Richard Dawkins traces the rise of the cultural virus; and how to be a television scientist. Presented by Mark Lawson.
Budget special with signing and subtitles.
A short film from New Zealand choreographer and dancer
Douglas Wright who created a dance to commemorate all his friends who have died from
Aids related illnesses.