The current affairs series reports on men who have been battered by violent female partners.
ProducerNeillAngier; Editor Mike Flood Page PHONE IN: on BBC Radios GLR. Kent and Oxford. call [number removed]after the programme.
REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below
Michael Kitson discusses The Laughing Cavalier.
A report on why two of Britain's rarest birds of prey are being systematically destroyed in the north west.
Vintage British comedy starring
Four demobbed soldiers are dismayed when they discover their ex-sergeant is their new foreman. With Norman Evans. Director John E Blakeley (1944)
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I Spy thriller starring I Gary Cooper Lilli Palmer
A scientist is drawn into a complex web of intrigue, when he tries to obtain vital information on Germany's atomic experiments. Director Fritz Lang (1946)
The popularity of basketball in inner-city areas of Chicago.
With Chris Jarvis.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Mr Meek 's Pipe Dream.
Clem Meek collects ancient clay pipes.
In the Garden April. Rpt
Citizens' advice programme.
Outback Steam: Journey to the Centre
An historic train journey through Australia.
Featuring the 4.20 race from Aintree.
Will Stan keep Barry's secret? In Welsh with English subtitles.
I Comedy starring I Jerry Lewis
Lester March dreams of becoming a private detective. His big chance comes when he hears about a reward for locating the missing heir to an electronics empire. With
Zachary Scott , Joan O'Brien , Mae Questel and Jess White.
Director Frank Tashlin (1962) S/W
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Five young musicians compete for a a place in the Concerto Final. With Sarah Greene.
Sally Taylor with the regional current affairs programme.
Series producer Peter Pitt PHONE IN: on BBC Radios Berkshire. Dorset FM. Solent, Sussex and Surrey.
Call 0[number removed]6 after the programme.
Tom Leader , 23, is schizophrenic. He taught himself to play the piano, and his love of music has helped his battle against illness. This documentary follows Tom on the road to recovery.
Director Roy Player; Producer Richard Taylor
First shown on BBC North East
Jeremy Clarkson travels to
Italy to test the new Fiat coupe, a car that signals the company's return to a sporting style. Tony Mason reports on the re-creation of a famous hill-climb race at the Klausen Pass in Switzerland.
And Janet Trewing looks at ways of preventing car sickness. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
Last in the series of comedy dramas starring Dawn French Smashing Bird. Set in 1960s East End London, getaway driver Ray and his nightclub singing fiancee, Vikki, are all set to give up a life of crime when a rather fatal explosion forces Vikki to become a killer.
With Hywel Bennett ,
Ray Winstone , David Bamber ,
Philip Martin Brown and Mark McGann.
Written by Jon Canter
Director Dew Humphreys ; Producer Jon Plowman
Wild Boer. Billy Minnie is a staunch member of the extreme right-wing Afrikaner Resistance Movement and is preparing for civil war. He is also the leader of a squatter camp for destitute whites who claim that they have lost their jobs to black workers. They are united by one belief: "God is white, the devil is black and Kaffirs are the natural servants of white men." Billy Minnie hates the idea of elections, but loves the idea of battle.
Series producer Christopher Terrill Executive producer Paul Hamann
A look at the cultural highs and lows of the past week. Presented byMarkLawson.
Highlights of future Open University programmes.
Fantasy drama starring Gerard Philipe.
A young composer, exhausted by the trivia of everyday life, takes refuge in dreams about beautiful women. Soon he is only happy in his dreams. In French with English subtitles. (1952) (B/W)
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