5.45 TUTV - Trade Union Television A programme fortrade union members that includes news, views and features from the workplace
6.20 Assessing Chances: Reflections 6861749 6.45 Questions of National Identity 8971478 7.35 Psychology: Child's Play
With signing. Subtitled ..................
A chance for members of the public to tackle politicians on current issues. Presented today by Sarah Baxter.
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A look at exhibits in London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
First in a six-part series examining the struggle by the five Native American nations to preserve theirway of life. A Clash of Cultures. The defeat and demoralisation of the Navajo.
Part 2 tomorrow at 9.05am
Damian Johnson tries out unusual sports. Today: carriage driving. Rpt ........
Australian survivors of the battle of Gallipoli in the First World War recall the changes they have seen since their homeland became a federation in 1901.
Cartoon adventures based on the popular science fiction television series and featuringthe voices of William Shatner , Leonard Nimoy , James Doohan and DeForest Kelley
After killing a notorious outlaw in self defence, Tim Mallory rides into
Tombstone, Arizona, carryingthe outlaw's shotgun - and is mistaken for the killer, who has been hired to wipe out an entire family. Tim Mallory
SKIP HOMEIER. Fay Warren KRISTINE MILLER , Ervin Hummer GEORGE MACREADY , Hal Styles WALLACE FORD. Slats JACK ELAM
Director Joe Kane (1956)........................ # FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
A daily look at business news..........
A six-part series in which Rosemary Lenzo visits families from different cultural backgrounds and finds out how they preserve fruit, vegetables, meat or herbs. The first programme looks at how the Greeks celebrate an Orthodox Easter, with traditional foods, painted eggs and olives pickled in different ways.
Part 2 tomorrow at 1.1 5pm
Further live coverage from Edgbaston of the fourth day's play between England and the West Indies. Stereo........
Including at 3.00 and 3.50 News Regional News; Weather
The exciting adventures of an American astronaut transported to the 25th century. Starring Gil Gerard
Buck's Duel to the Death. The people of the planet Kata live in fear of their terrifying leader, the Trebor, who ruthlessly vanquishes his opponents with deadly blasts of electricity. When Buck Rogers takes on this cruel dictator he finds his own life is at stake.
The final programme in the current series of the magazine show about computers and digital communications. Exploring how our ideas of community and national identity are being challenged by the Internet, Martin Jacques of the Independent travels both to Brussels and to Paddy Net on the World Wide Web. Plus, a report on how virtual worlds are far more imaginative, and far more fun, than the real world. And regular presenter Benjamin Woolley introduces Virtual Reality Modelling Language, which promises to transform the look of the Internet as it brings to it the possibility of fully interactive three-dimensional environments. In the final Hotlist feature, Sadie Plant reflects on how, in the on-line world, you can choose to be whoever you want. And the programme pays tribute to its distinguished predecessor, the BBCtv series about computers, Micro Uve.
Series producer Stephen Arkell ; Series editor
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Reflections on Elephants
Filming by day and night, Dereck and Beverly Joubert follow a clan of elephants as they lumber across northern Botswana.
This intimate portrait captures moments of tenderness and high drama: adult elephants co-operatingto rescue an infant in peril; a young bull fightingfor its life when attacked by lions; and the orphaned calf, destined to die, being saved by a foster mother with a young calf of her own already.
The sensitivity, memory and ability to communicate and collaborate which is displayed by these creatures leads the Jouberts to draw comparisons between elephants and human beings. Narrated by John Shrapnel. Producer John Sparks
The Ferrari Dino. Steve Berry puts his nerves and a bike to the test when riding with stunt rider Gary Rothwell. In a nostalgic trip back to the end of the SwingingSixties, Quentin Willson makes a date with an Italian classic, the Ferrari Dino.
Directors Richard Pearson. Samantha Bottrill
Revisedrpt Stereo ..........................
Sci-fi thriller series.
The Voyage Home. The first astronauts to land on Mars find a capsule that explodes on contact, but they are forced to begin the journey home without carrying out further analysis.
Then theirship is knocked off course by a solarflare, the thermal control unit is damaged and they pick up a strange white, sticky substance. What should have been a triumphant flight home becomes a terrifying ordeal.
A five-part series which tells the story of shoppingfrom both sides of the counter.
1: The Supermarket. Once upon a time there were no supermarkets.
Memory conjures images of cosy food shops where the customer was right, but the reality was often slovenly service, high prices and poor hygiene. Then, in the 1950s, alongcame the American supermarket which introduced giant stores, low prices and free parking. Today, there are supermarkets in abundance, but are the human costs of out-of-town superstores too high a price to pay? See today's choices.
Producer Eddie Tulasiewicz : Executive producer
Clare Paterson # See This Week: page 6
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
Presented by Sue Cameron.
Highlights of the fourth day's play from Edgbaston, between England and the West Indies. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
12.00 Women's Studies: Gendering the Product A look at how certain items of domestic technology are designed and then marketed specifically to women..............
Today's debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament. With