Shown yesterday at 10.05pm on BBCl
With Josie D'Arby and Chris Jarvis.
Animation. Rpt Stereo Subtitled ...
More picture ideas. With Tony Hart.
New comedy and entertainment show, with sketches, surprises, features and knockabout fun.
See today's Choices. Stereo .
♦ See Children: page 37
Claire returns from suspension and gets into more trouble.
Written by Barry Purchese Rpt ...............
Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1
Camcorder show, made by children in Armagh.
Music news magazine.
Shown last Friday.
The Railroad. Luke'sdeathshocksthe town.
Sergeant Bilko's platoon is chosen to star inanarmytrainingfilm. b/w Rpt..
Reports and analysis ofthe week's political events in the south. Presented by Bruce Parker
Political review forthe south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Classic swashbuckling adventure, starring Errol Flynn
Olivia de Havilland
Robin Hood fights to protect King
Richard's throne from evil Prince John. With Basil Rathbone and Claude Rains.
Directors Michael Curtiz and William Keighley (1938)
# FILM REVIEWS pages 41-48
Rula Lenska visits Calke Abbey.... BOOKLET: fora a booklet to accompany this occasional series, send a cheque or postal order forL2.50, made payable to Broadcast Support Services, to: [address removed]
The search for Britain's top amateur choir continues in the second quarter-final. With Howard Goodall.
Event sponsored by Sainsbury's Stereo ....
The World Alpine Skiing Championships, in Spain's Sierra Nevada..............
Highlights from yesterday'sfifth round ties in the Pilkington and Swalec Cups. Featuring last year's Pilkington runners-up, Leicester, against Bristol. Plus the A-Z of rugby, and a preview of next week's Five Nations matches -
England v France, and Scotland v Ireland. With John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ...............
Ytene: England's Ancient Forest The Saxons called it Ytene, the wild wasteland. William the Conqueror, who made it a royal hunting ground, christened itthe New Forest. Nearly 1,000 years later and shaped by generations of hunters, farmers and foresters, this ancient woodland thrives. Cameraman Manuel Hinge spent two years filming the forest, its ponies and fallow deer, and some of Britain's more elusive species, such as firecrests, woodlarks and tadpole shrimps. Narrated by John Nettles. Producer Steve Nicholls ; Executive producer
Continuing the new seven-part series for independent travellers. Kenya
The journey starts in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, where Magenta DeVine discovers there is so much crime that it has been nicknamed "Nairobbery".
Simon O'Brien meets some world-class athletes and spends a day at the races with the expat set. On safari the pair discoverthat it is legal to shoot anyone who kills an elephant. And in Mombasa they meet beach boys with a bad name and witch hunters.
Producer Rod Parker ; Series producer Clare Pizey
Nearly half a million acres of land are believed to bearthe scars of Britain's industrial past, polluted with potentially hazardous toxins. As more of this land comes up for sale for redevelopment, Tessa Curtis investigates whetherthe costs of the clean-up can be contained without compromising public safety. Plus a report on the beleaguered British meat industry's attempts to boost its image and reverse a long-term decline in sales. Presented by Francine Stock. Producer Adam Salkeld ; Editor Jane Ellison
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The first woman to hold major cabinet positions in the male-dominated world of politics, Barbara Castle, talks candidly about her life in the latest of Michael Cockerell 's intimate film portraits.
Branded by the Tories as Red Barbara, she also enraged her own party by seeking to reform the trades unions. Her passionate approach to politics was mirrored by her private life. Now a life peer and celebrating her 85th birthday this year, she tells of her first sexual encounters and of her love affairs. She also meets Tony Blair for the first time and delivers her verdict.
Producer Matthew Barrett; Editor Anne Tyerman
Second of the series of programmes followingthe trial for murder of American footballer, commentator and Naked Gun star 0 J (Orenthal James ) Simpson. He is accused of killing his former wife, Nicole, and herfriend, Ronald Goldman , at her home last
June. Since the spectacular police car chase across Los Angeles that preceded his arrest, reportedly watched on television by 95 million people, the case has obsessed the American public. Nearly every step of it, including the hearing last August, has been televised. Simpson's team of lawyers features Robert Shapiro , whose clients have included Johnny Carson , Christian Brando and Rod Stewart. Using courtroom cameras and interviews, the series follows the week's events in the trial. Presented by British journalist Sue Ellicott.
Series producer Janey Walker
Fashion designer Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel devoted her life to becoming the symbol of chic. But behind her public image, she hid a secret past as a nightclub singer and mistress to rich admirers, and, during the Second World War, a sinister involvement with Nazi Germany. Chanel has been dead for nearly 25 years but the fashion house she founded is more successful than ever. Was the reputation she constructed her greatest creation?
Historical drama starring
On 23 December, 1787,
William Bligh and his crew set sail for Tahiti. After terrible storms and violent arguments aboard ship, they reach their destination. But the pleasures of Tahiti lead to a worse confrontation.
Director Roger Donaldson (1984)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 41-48
Lieutenant William Bligh: