Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Ian Parmenter 's recipeforlemon chicken.
A series about mature people with a sense of adventure......................
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Quinze Minutes (ages 11 - 13) A la Maison 1972458 9.15 Focus (ages
9-13) Teamwork 8132922 9.25 Study Ireland: Geography (ages 14-16)
1975545 9.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Stanley in the Dark
Presenter (Children's BBC):
10.25 Watch (ages 6-7) Festivals and Celebrations 9276767 10.40 Around Scotland (ages 10- 1 2)A Tongue in yer Heid 3394816 11.00 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) 4525895 11.15 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) Who Is Max Mouse ? (part 2)
460854 11.45 The IT Collection (ages 16+) 6840336 12.10 The Geography Programme (ages 11-16)
1.00 The Geography Collection
(ages 16+) 34796545 1.25ZigZag(ages 8- 10) Food and Farming 51201583 1.45 You and Me (ages 3-5)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Shown on Sunday at 6.25pm on BBC 1
Garry Rice discovers there's more to
Nottingham than Robin Hood. .....
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live from Parliament. Subtitled ......
News quiz with Martyn Lewis.
Paul Jones introduces classic Big Band music. Revisedrpt Stereo......................
Lateral thinking quiz that pits youth against experience. This week, a team of farmers takes on pupils from
Knutsford High School in Cheshire. Presented by Alison Holloway.
Producers Bob Louis and Kate Marlow ; Executive producer Dave Ross Stereo .....................
Starring Patrick Stewart
The Game. Wesley Crusher returns to the Starship Enterprise to find the crew addicted to a fascinating electronic mind game that Riker has brought back from Risa. But what starts as fun soon becomes deadly serious, and Wesley suspects the game may have a more sinister purpose.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
This week's soccer hero is
George Best , who relives his greatest moments in the game, names his own heroes and villains and discusses his more personal feelings and ambitions. See today's choices. Producer Michael Wadding
The acclaimed 26-part series tonight documents the origin of the Nazi death camps, such as Auschwitz, which were set up by Himmler's SS to carry out Hitler's "final solution" - the extermination of millions of Jewish people.
Narrated by Laurence Olivier. See today's choices.
First shown on lTV
Tonight's edition of what is one of television's biggest and most important documentary projects ever undertaken focuses on the most chilling aspect of the Second World War: the extermination of millions of people the Nazis considered sub-human.
Shown as part of the Remember season the series has lost none of the impact it had when it was first screened in 1973. The programme uses interviews and archive footage to remind us how Himmler and his SS set about encouraging the German people to believe they were a master-race. He then started a "resettlement" programme which, by the end of the war, resulted in six million Jews being shot or gassed in death camps like Auschwitz.
Written and directed by:
Top chef Gary Rhodes continues his gastronomic journey around Britain, discovering and cooking local produce. This week he crosses the border to
Scotland where he samples a Scottish trucker's breakfast, including cloutie dumpling, before heading off to a remote shooting lodge near Crieff on the Perthshire moors. At lunch served by a local landlady he tastes grouse and a Scottish speciality pudding, cranachan, made from oatmeal, heather honey, and two of the best local ingredients - Tayside raspberries and whisky. Gary sports thigh-high waders to try to catch salmon from the River Spey for the evening meal, but he has more success in the kitchen, where he prepares ham and vegetable soup, salmon fish cakes with lemon butter sauce, and summer pudding.
Producers Gabrielle Jackson and Deborah Moore
A BBC book, Rhodes around Britain, featuring the recipes in the series, is available in hardback, price £ 1 7.99, and paperback, price£ 12.99.
In this penultimate second-round match ofthe student quiz, Keble
College, Oxford, take on the University of Edinburgh. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Jenny Dodd ; Producer Kieran Roberts
The true story of one man's fight to bring the Ku Klux Klan to justice. Starring
Attorney Morris Dees has dedicated his life to fighting prejudice and racial hatred. When he learns of a conspiracy by white supremacist groups to overthrowthe US government, he is determined to bring it to public attention. The murder of a black youth by two Klan members gives him the opportunity to put the organisation on trial, which puts his own life at risk.
Director John Korty (1990) Stereo Subtitled . ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 39-42
Followed by In the National Trust
The great Chippendale desk of Nostell Priory, in Yorkshire.
With Jeremy Paxman.
As celebrations forthe centenary of cinema get underway, a panel including film-maker Ken Russell and industry guru Robert McKee discuss the current state of the cinema and reveal which films meanthemosttothem. Stereo..
A review of the political day. With Trevor Phillips.
Preceded by The Midnight News
Benefits Agency Today: the magazine programme visits the East Midlands and looks at the special domestic violence service. With signing and subtitles.