6.20 Mantegna: The Triumphsof Caesar 5053528 6.45 Build a BetterBusiness 4940054 7.10 Interrogatingthe Past
Western starring Tim Holt
Two stagecoach owners are asked to take an ex-con across the Mexican border. Director Lesley Selander ( 1 952)
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Drama starring Jack Watling.
An airport security guard is forced to aid crooks.
Musical starring Sonja Henie
Two barmaids posing as a countess and her maid get mixed up in blackmail.
Director Frederick De Cordova (1948)
15 April 1986: America attacks Libya.
The attack on a German heavy-water plant during the Second World War.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
In the Garden
A portrait of con-man
First of two programmes. A New Agenda production for BBCtv
(Part 2 tomorrow 3.20pm)
Fantasy adventure. As a child in Africa,
Jill Young is allowed to adopt a baby gorilla. Years later, only Jill is able to control the huge creature.
Director Ernest B Schoedsack (1949)
Following Liverpool Trading
Standards investigators on the trail of consumer crime.
Producer David Barber
Western starring Glenn Ford
Faster than Wyatt Earp , peaceful storekeeper George Temple is the fastest gun alive - and so becomes the next target for ruthless outlaw Vinnie Harold.
Director Russell Rouse (1956) B/W
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A series about fishing presented by Jack Charlton. North to Alaska. Jack competes with the brown bears for Alaska's Pacific salmon.
Director/Producer Tony Francis
Executive producer Robert Charles
The personal stories of a group of young would-be doctors.
Finals. Fey Probst struggles to revise while raising her four children single-handed, John Shephard has to get a sensible medical story from a patient with florid schizophrenia, and Ese Oshevire wonders whether black students are treated fairly.
Series producer Edward Bnffa
Executive producer Robin Bhghtwell
Fifth of six profiles of very English things.
The Pony Club. Mrsjonquil Solt acts as guide on a typical working day at the North Warwickshire Pony Club. Producer Lucy Hannah
Series producer Sam Organ
American comedy series.
Second Time Around. Grace attends a singles dance and meets a potential Mr Right.
"I'm going to sit in the bathroom for the rest of my life and go out every so often for a sandwich," says the character played by Charlotte Coleman in Clare
Mclntyre's drama about three young flatmates.
Humorous and questioning, the play explores the girls' hopes and fears through a series of conversations and tiffs as they go in and out of their much-used, dingy bathroom.
Coleman, star of Oranges Are
Not the Only Fruit and more recently Four Weddings and a Funeral, plays a victim of sexual assault who shares a flat with a make-up fanatic and a daydreamer who tends to languish in the bath.
ProducerSimon Curtis; Director Sheree Folkson
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Another chance to see some of the funniest moments from the award-winning series.
Featuring Ron Bain ,
Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith , John Sparkes and Jonathan Watson. ProducerColin Gilbert
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Festival highlights featuring American dance with Miami
City Ballet, Mark Morris , Lucinda Childs and Merce Cunningham. Presented by Emma Freud.
Part of the French Challenge season looking at a new OU
Four poets talk about their lives and work.