With Chris Jarvis and JosieD'Arby.
7.30 Cartoon. A lost kiwi starts a wild chase.
Adventures with the animals of Busytown. Stereo...............................................
Animation. Rpt Stereo Subtitled ...
Today's theme is cars. With Tony Hart.
Last in the series of the time-travelling game
School drama series. Gripper's racist campaign reaches a climax.
Written by Margaret Simpson (Rpt)
Fantasy adventure. Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1
Camcorder show, today made by children in Norwich.
Shown last Friday.
The Savage Land. Matt. Luke and Oliver Blackwood take a tragic short cut.
Classic comedy starring Phil Silvers.
Sergeant Bilko takes Wall Street by storm as he helps a former army buddy get ahead in a banking house.
Reports and analysis of the week's political events. With Bruce Parker. . REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Alfred Hitchcock 's romantic mystery starring Cary Grant, Grace Kelly
A retired jewel thief is living in luxury on the French Riviera. But when he comes under suspicion after a series of robberies, the only way to prove his innocence is to catch the copycat thief. (1955) (Subtitled)
FILM REVIEWS pages 39-42
The search is on for Britain's top amateur choir. Across the country 12,500 people are taking part in the competition, which reaches the quarter-final stage this afternoon with 16 adult and 16 youth choirs, from chamber to gospel, singing a wide range of music from the Beach Boys to Purcell. With Howard Goodall.
Event sponsored by Sainsbury's.
Featuring the men's downhill from Wengen, Switzerland. With David Vine.
Highlights from the opening games in this year's Five Nations Championship, at the start of an important six months in rugby. Ireland, playing at home, are looking to repeat last season's surprise victory over England.
Champions Wales will be hopingto overcome their injury crisis and prove that they are, once again, a powerful force in their match against France in Paris. Plus the A-Z of rugby, and views and comments from studio guests. With John Inverdale.
EditorGerardLane Stereo ...............
Home to the condor, tiny killer mice and magnificent bears, the remote volcanic region of Ecuador is a magical place. It was once considered to be the abode of the gods and revered by people whose descendants still work in the shadow of the icy summits.
Continuing the new seven-part series for independent travellers.
Young people in Prague now have a chance to become millionaires overnight, owing to a new policy of restitution that restores assets once confiscated under communism. Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien investigate.
And in Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak Republic, they talk to the supermodels of the future, go shopping, and bump into what looks like a very familiar figure.
Agriculture around the world is being revolutionised by rapid advances in genetic science. Crops are being manipulated to grow where they have never grown before and given qualities they have never before possessed. Some could even be made obsolete.
Now, a new breed of biological pirates is scouring the developing world for genetic material with the potential to earn billions of pounds.
But who are the winners and the losers in the race to develop the foods and agricultural products of the future? Steve Annett reports from Britain, Africa and the United States on the bitter controversies surrounding this science. Presented by Francine Stock.
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A visit to three Blackpool hairdressing salons where, hidden like the letters in a stick of rock, an elderly community carries on its daily life oblivious to the hordes of tourists on its doorstep. Amongthem are Mrs Lawson and Mrs Buckham , octogenarians who have been regular customers at The Vanity Box for over 25 years.
Director Philippa Lowthorpe ; Executive producer
PeterSymes Rpt Stereo Subtitled ...
At his peak, A.J.P. Taylor was the most famous English-speaking historian in the world, speaking direct to the television camera without any notes. But the don was denied what he really wanted: Oxford's top history job. Was he the victim of a hidebound establishment, or was he too much in love with the media limelight?
Contributing to the discussion are Lew Grade, Alan Clark, Len Deighton, Asa Briggs, Hugh Trevor-Roper, Kenneth Baker, Robert Kee, Taylor's widow Eva and his son Daniel.
Drama based on real events that rocked American baseball.
Starring John Cusack, Charlie Sheen
Chicago, 1919: Charles Comiskey, owner of the Chicago White Sox, boasts about the unity of his team. But, in reality, the badly-paid players are resentful, making them all too vulnerable to the temptation of fixing the forthcoming World Series.
(1988) Subtitted.... See Barry Norman : page 36
Shoeless Joe Jackson:
Science-fiction fantasy directed by Terry Gilliam, and starring Jonathan Pryce,
Sam Lowry is happy in his job at the Ministry of Information. Then the worst occurs, a mistake in the system. Before he knows it Sam finds himself in a nightmare world.
(1985) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
FILM REVIEWS pages 39-42
Archibald Harry Tuttle:
Mrs Ida Lowry: