With Philippa Forrester and Ratz. Stereo
Drawing game with Bill Tidy.
Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story by Margaret Stuart Barry
The first lift goes up in a new team quiz game.
Episode written by Phil Redmond
Newcastle children make a video.
Music news and features.
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The Green Death. Fifth of a six-part series from 1973, with Jon Pertwee. Written by Robert Sloman
American thriller series.
(Revised repeat ofFriday'sprogramme)
Political review for the south east. With Michael Hastings.
A review of last week's programmes.
Classic fantasy I musical starring
A tornado whisks Dorothy from her Kansas home to a magical land where she finds new friends, adventure - and danger. With Ray Bolger , Bert Lahr , Jack Haley , Margaret Hamilton , Frank Morgan. Director Victor Fleming (1939)
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Downhill racing from France and Germany.
Highlights of Bristol v
Harlequins.With Chris Rea. Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Before producer Mark Jacobs was allowed to film sacred Hawaiian events for this fourth programme about man and nature in the South Seas,
Distant Horizons, he had to spend weeks being interviewed by key Hawaiian craftsmen, orators, dancers and writers. "Only at the conclusion of all these meetings were we allowed to film treasured aspects of Hawaiian culture," he says.
Although only eight per cent of the population of Hawaii is now descended from the Polynesians who first migrated to the islands, the programme uncovers the rich and varied culture and natural history that once existed there.
It also follows the final great migration of the Polynesians - to New Zealand, where they became the ancient Maori.
Series producer Peter Crawford
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Britain is at the forefront of research in genetic engineering, but its image has suffered recently with the controversy over "designer babies". Will progress be curbed? David Strahan reports. Producer Terry Kelleher
Editor Jane Ellison
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Last in the series of recently rediscovered episodes of the classic comedy starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett. Robbery with Violence. Harold's prized pottery has gone - but was Albert really mugged?
Producer Duncan Wood
Tonight, the art of the "crane shot", with directors
John Carpenter , Barry Sonnenfeld and Russell Mulcahy. Plus sex in Chinese cinema (postponed from last week) and the use of video in modem movies. With Howard Schuman. Series producer Saskia Baron
Series editor Paul Kerr A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
The Honeymoon's Over
The last in the series of four comedy pilots is a domestic comedy by Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson.
The fun's over and Phil and Helen return to their tiny flat, their dead-end jobs and the cat.
Director John Birkin
Producers Charlie Higson , Paul Whitehouse
Wheels of Fortune. The fifth programme in this series about Sotheby's visits a railway carriage belonging to Queen
Victoria which proves to be an unexpectedly tricky sale. Director TaghiAmirani
Executive producer Amanda Theunissen
The story of a five-month murder trial that has held the American public spellbound since last July. Erik and Lyle Menendez admitted shooting their parents, but offered a dramatic late defence. Producer Angela Kaye
Executive producer Sam Organ
LuchinoVisconti's chronicle of social and political revolution, discussed in last week's Moving Pictures. Based on the novel by Giuseppe di Lampedusa and starring
As 19th-century Italian nationalism gathers force, Don Fabrizio , the Prince of Salina - known as the Leopard - comes to realise that he and the old aristocratic order are doomed.
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