6.20 San Francesco. Rimini: II
6.45 Powers of the President -
Nixon and Ford 7082949 7.35 Integrated Education: Sam's Story
Western about a I gentleman gambler wrongly suspected of murder. With Tim McCoy. Director Sam Newfield (1936)
FlLM REVIEWS pages 35-39
An aspiring screen star tries to persuade a director to give her a chance.
Director George Cukor (1932)
Western about a man who returns home from the war unable to settle down. With Tim Holt.
Drector John Rawfins (1948) B/W
Exploring the islands of the Pacific Northwest.
With Chris Jarvis. (Rpt)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Last year's avant-garde
Untamed Fashion Assembly in Latvia.
Perigord region of France.
Subtitled (news) The Gun
Continuing the history of the firearm.
Angela Rippon continues her tour of the West Country.
Romantic drama starring
Jean Harlow , Cary Grant Trapped in Paris during the First World War, an American showgirl marries a French air ace.
Director George Fitzmaurice (1936)
A programme about children who devote their lives to caring for an ill or disabled parents. A Vanson/Wardle production for BBCtv
Western starring Rory Calhoun
In the Mexican revolution, an adventurer and a guerrilla leader attack a federal train and seize a fortune in gold.
Director George Sherman (1955)
FILM REVIEWS pages 35-39
A series about fishing presented by Jack Charlton. Viking Line. Including a look at the spawning process, both in the wild on England's premier salmon river, the Tyne, and artificially at Kielder Hatchery. There's also midnight fishing in Norway. Director/Producer Tony Francis
The personal stories of a group of young would-be doctors. Welcome to the Real World
St Mary's students who have survived the exams find themselves face-to-face with real patients for the first time. Series producerEdward Bnffa
Executive producer Robin Bnghtwell
Third of six profiles of very English things.
The Cup of Tea. Long-distance lorry driver Brian Noble has sampled tea across England. Producer Philippa Lowthorpe Series producer Sam Organ
American comedy series. The Good, the Bad and the Pharmacist. The Internal
Revenue Service decides to give Grace an audit.
"It's about the ultimate holiday from hell," says Anna Reynolds of her first play for television.
Inspired by a true story,
Paradise is a black comedy about a family who can't afford to jet away to the Costas so they lie to their neighbours and hide out in their cellar instead.
However, far from getting away from it all, being incarcerated forces the parents and their two children, aged 11 and 16, to reappraise their relationships, with drastic results.
Anna Reynolds has written three highly acclaimed plays for fringe theatre and is working on a script for a BBC Screen Two film.
Producer Laurence Bowen Director Indra Bhose
SEE THIS WEEK page
Bricks and Mortar. Belfast's public sector housing is so good that Palestinian planners go there for ideas. Where else could new housing estates be surrounded by Berlin-style walls? Or houses laid out like wagons circled against attack? The series on the effects of the Troubles in Northern Ireland looks at buildings.
(Final programme tomorrow 10.20pm)
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Emma Freud reports on a highlight of Edinburgh's festival exhibitions, The
Romantic Spirit in German
Art, at the National Gallery of Scotland. Also, a look at the shows that try hard to shock.