6.20 Social Work in the Inner City 8256091 6.45 The Jewish Enigma: Pride and Prejudice
9910633 7.10Victoriansand the Art of the Past
7.35 The Enlightenment: Nathan theWise
Pathe News this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Bryan McNerney visits
Tintagel. A Ragged Royalist production for BBCtv
Classic British comedy, starring Will Hay, Moore Marriott
The incompetent William Porter is posted to a remote railway station.
A British doctor in the Far East battles to save his village. With Mary Ure.
Director Ronald Neame (1957) FILM REVIEWS pages 55-62
Diving in seas off Cape Horn.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Pride of Dress In the Netherlands.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 12 noon.
Film Comedy starring Norman Wisdom
A Foreign Office clerk creates havoc on a mission to Geneva. (1955)
Eamonn Holmes learns to drive a racing car.
From the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.
Historical drama starring Burt Lancaster.
Lombardy in the Middle Ages: the tyrant Ulrich captures the son of the leader of a band of mountain men, who in their turn snatch Ulrich's niece.
Second in the series on the ingenious use of building materials around the world.
Out of the Woods. A look at the beauty of timber, from the square pegs hammered into round holes which strengthen beams in the village of New
Salem, Illinois, to the wooden houses built in Japan using neither nails nor screws.
Narrated by Tom Baker.
Producer Dick Foster ; Editor Peter Essex
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The second of an eight-part series investigates the marketing of disabled sport.
Disability and Dollars. Already giant sportswear companies are using selective images of elite disabled athletes to help sell their products, and some disabled athletes have tested positive for steroids. Are the new rewards available undermining a movement still struggling for acceptance by the world of able-bodied sport? Executive producer Tony Moss
Barnard Hughes Georgia , USA, 1944: when a missing soldier returns from the war in Europe, three generations of his family have to cope with the disruption.
DirectorGlenn Jordan (1989)
FILM REVIEWS pages 55-62
In the series that asks guests to name the people and things they hate the most, Nick Hancock discovers some surprises on the list of Private Eye editor Ian Hislop , including Postman Pat , men with beards, and the film Truly Madly Deeply.
Director John F D Northover Producer Lissa Evans
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
Analysis and comment on the day's news stories. Presented by Sue Cameron.
The first of three plays from BBC Wales's
Bafta award-winning series Wales Playhouse is
Ed Thomas 's powerful family drama Fallen Sons, which won the best short film category at this year's Celtic Film Festival. It is the 70th birthday of twin brothers Danny and lorry, who haven't met since they were 10. What terrible event led to their parting, and will this mark a new beginning?
Series producer Richard J Stanrforth Director Cert Sherlock
A Teliesyn production for BBC Wales
A look at tactics used during negotiations.