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The relationship between man and the elephant.
With Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown. SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: Radio 5 Live ELECTION CALL LINE: [number removed] (Lines open from 8.00am. Local rates)
The true story of an Australian nurse who pioneered polio treatment. With Alexander Knox , Dean Jagger. BeulahBondi.
Director Dudley Nichols (1946)
FILM REVIEWS pages 55-62
Comedy starring Jerry Lewis
An orderly who wants to be a doctor causes havoc in a hospital. With Glenda Farrell , Everett Sloane.
Director Frank Tashlin ( (1964)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Blacksmith: Ivan Smith. How a former teacher gave up his job to become a smithy.
Peter Sellars 's recent productions of Mozart operas, set in contemporary USA.
The Entombed Warriors The story behind China's 6,000-strong terracotta army.
Comedy starring Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon
When cameraman Harry Hinkle is injured while filming a football match his brother-in-law sees an opportunity to sue for damages. With Ron Rich, Cliff Osmond, Judi West.
Director Billy Wilder (1966)
Final Mission. Captain Picard is seriously injured.
The first Standing Room Only awards, celebrating bizarre events in the football world.
The Platinum Parrots will honour players and managers who have provided some of the funniest moments in soccer in recent years. Liverpool fan and DJ John Peel presents a look back at the last three years in the game. Presented by Simon O'Brien, with Shelley Webb and Alistair McGowan.
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Every day people risk their lives fighting to protect the environment, and every year some of them are acknowledged by the United Nations Global 500 Awards. To mark the London award ceremony on 3 June, World Environment Day, tonight's film profiles four winners, from Pakistan, Norway, Trinidad and Mexico. Introduced by Canadian teenager Severn Cullis-Suzuki, a previous Youth Award winner.
Including reports on software anarchists; a networked Herefordshire village and protecting computer heritage for the future. There's an interview with interactive image artist Jeffrey Shaw and Jules reviews the Rise of the Robots. With Susan Rae.
Series producer Stephen Arkell Series editor John Wyver
An Illuminations production for BBCtv
Including the stickleback rediscovered by David Stafford ; Rachael Polkinghorne reveals how forests were fashioned for hunters, Loyd Grossman looks at a rare and beautiful building and landscape photographer
Fay Godwin on the south coast. Producer Kathryn Moore
Series producer Colette Foster
'If you don't sort out street kids in the first couple of months, you might as well write them off," a hostel worker comments in Al Ashton's thought-provoking love story set among the young homeless In London.
Winner of a Bafta award earlier this year for best single drama, the film also won two awards at the 1993 Edinburgh Film Festival, including one for director Antonia Bird (The Men's Room, Inspector Morse).
Kate Hardie and Aidan Gillen star as abused and neglected teenagers who fall prey to alcohol, drugs, begging and prostitution. Billy Bragg sings his own specially composed songs.
A tired marriage revives when a couple agree to look after a neighbour's house and cat. Producer Paul Miller
Director Mika Kallwass
Then Video Nation
By the Natural Law Party.
Reporting on the exhibition of African art at Liverpool's Tate Gallery. With Matthew Collings.