Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Stereo)
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Tony Soper looks at badgers and pine martens.
The coil exercise. Rpt ...................
Alwyn Crawshaw shows how to paint the Exeestuary
Tony Warburton visits Lake Windermere.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Western about a cattle rancner who has to prove himself innocent of murder. With Tim Holt
Director Lesley Selander (1942) B/W ...
* FILM REVIEWS pages 77-84
Crime drama starring
An immigration agent falls in love with a glamorous Hungarian. With
Jonn Hodiak , James Craig and George Macreaoy. Director Joseph H Lewis (1950) B/W ........
Presenter (Children's BBC):
The peasant cuisine ofFriuli, Italy..
Steam railways in Germany, Yorkshire and Ecuador. Rpt .......................
Comedy drama starring Carol Bumett.
Carry on film compilation.
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.
Presenter (Westminster with Nick Ross):
News quiz with Martyn Lewis.
Disabled people who have faced violence or abuse explain how they coped.
The series on home decoration looks at workingwith an architect. Rpt ...........
Word game with Paul Coia.
Western starring Audie Murphy Colorado 1875. When Detective
Bob Gifford is assigned to infiltrate a ruthless gang of outlaws his choice is simple - become a criminal ora corpse.
Director Frank McDonald (1964) * FILM REVIEWS pages 77-84
This week an inquiry begins into yet another train crash - five people died at Cowden, Kent, in October when two trains were involved in a head-on collision. After the King's Crossfire and the Clapham rail disaster, government inquiries recommended numerous safety measures. More than half a decade later, many have yet to be implemented. Rail operators claim that some of those plans are simply not cost effective, even though many of our European partners have them. First Sight asks how much a passenger's life is worth and why executives prefer to pay that price rather than invest in certain safety measures.
A phone-in discussion of the issues raised in the programme follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call [number removed] after the programme.
Producer Michael Gooding ; Editor Alison Rooper
Repeated next Tuesday
REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below
Spoof drama series hosted by Robert Vaughn.
"Searcher In the Mist"
When a dangerous orang-utan escapes from a government research institute, the Searcher comes to the rescue. With Diedrich Bader.
"Sex, Lies and Decaf"
Detectives try to protect a young woman from the unwanted attentions of her ex-fiance. With Todd Field and Ricky Harris.
Within the next decade, South Korea could be making many of our basic cars. Marques like Ssangyong,
Daewoo, Hyundai and Kia may not be big names on the British car market in 1994 but they seem to be poised for massive expansion. They already make nearly two million vehicles a year between them, significantly more than Britain's motor industry, and even the mighty Japanese are worried by Korea's manufacturing potential. But this rapidly advancing nation has some quaint ways of doing business - like the way customers are actually encouraged to do their own repairs. Top Gear road tests the Hyundai Accent and looks at some of the extraordinary ways Koreans use cars. Producer Jon Bentley ; Executive producer
DennisAdams Stereo ..........................
Investigations into the paranormal starring
Beyond the Sea. Scully becomes entangled with a serial killer and a condemned murderer on Death Row.
See today's choices. Stereo Subtitled ..............................
Captain Jonathan Scully:
Last of six films exploring Britain's secret past from 1900 to 1960 through a combination of personal accounts and rare archive film.
Unemployment. This programme reveals the extraordinary government schemes to get unemployed people back to work during the Depression. See today's choices.
Producer Steve Humphries ; Executive producer
Sam Organ Stereo
Followed by Tales from the Quilt
Helen Swift pays tribute to rock star Freddie Mercury. Stereo Subtitled
With Kirsty Wark.
Mark Lawson ends the series with a review of 1994's cultural highs and lows. With Allison Pearson, Tony Parsons and Tom Paulin.
12.00-12.55am The Midnight News
Followed by The Midnight Hour
Andrew Neil hosts a review of the parliamentary day.
4.00-5.00 The Royal Institution
Discourse: electron waves unveil the micro cosmos. Given by DrAkira Tonomura.
5.00-5.15 Bridges from Physics: high temperature superconductivity developments in laser engineering. A programme from the Institute of PhysiCS.