5.00 Voluntary Sector Television
Volunteer Recruitment, States of Mind and Make a Difference, plus Charity Commission News and a video from
6.20 Atlantic Salmon: Scaling the Salt
Barrier 6792665 6.45 Databases: Body in White 7845503 7.10 Ecology: Seals 7070752 7.35 Science: Rats and Super Rats
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Today's presenter is Andrew Neil.
Fordetails see Monday Stereo ..............
Ian Parmenter prepares chicken Dijon.
A Good Day to Die. Despite victory over Custerat Little Big Horn the Lakota
Indians still faced the loss oftheir land.
A cottage garden in Akenfield, Suffolk.
First shown on BBC East ........................
The mysteries of bird migration.......
Cartoon sci-fi adventures .............
Comedy directed by and starring Jerry Lewis
When a young millionaire is rejected from the services duringthe Second
World War, he decides to form and train his own army to fight the Nazis. Brendan Byers III
JERRY LEWIS , Sid Hackle JAN MURRAY
, Finkel JOHN WOOD , Peter Bland STEVE FRANKEN
, Lincoln WILLIE DAVIS , Terry Love DACK RAMBO , Schroeder PAUL WINCHELL
(1970) * FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
A daily look at business news..........
Animated adventures of a boy called Harry and his friend the thundercloud.
Answering scientific questions with startling modern imagery. Rpt.....
Australian artist Ken Done travels through the fascinating and still beautiful South East Asian country that was ravaged by warforsolong.
Regional News; Weather
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.
Crime drama starring
Gene Barry , Cyd Charisse
Louise Henderson is the editor of a fashion magazine. Only the mysterious
Simon Grant suspects that she has ulterior motives for her latest fashion shoot in Morocco. Simon Grant
GENE BARRY , Louise Henderson CYD CHARISSE
, Claudia ELSA MARTINELLI , Raymond Lowe LESLIE PHILLIPS , Inspector Barrada DENHOLM ELLIOTT
, Michele Craig ALEXANDRA STEWART
DirectorGerryO'Hara(1967) Stereo ........... * FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
Only four programmes remain in the logical thinking quiz before the final next Wednesday. Today
Alison Holloway sets the puzzles for a team of magistrates from Huddersfield and a trio of teenagers from St Mary's College, Hull.
Producers Bob Louis and Kate Marlow ; Executive producer Dave Ross
Next heat tomorrow at 5.30pm
Spy drama starring
The men from UNCLE,
Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin , go into battle against the agents from THRUSH over a secret formula for extracting gold from sea water. Constable TERRY-THOMAS
Director Barry Shear (1967) * FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
Carl von Kesser:
Count de Franzini:
3: Old Age Tension. Should an old man be helped to buy a bottle of whisky behind his wife's back? Or should she be allowed to tie him up for his own safety? In the last of three programmes a panel of doctors, social workers and lawyers and MP David Mellordiscuss difficult dilemmas involving the elderly. With Professor Arthur Miller of Harvard
Law School and Brian Roycroft , chairman of the Alzheimer's Disease Society.
Spike - the Enigma that's an Echidna
Spike looks and behaves like a hedgehog but lays eggs like a reptile, which makes him an echidna. This films follows Spike from the moment he emerges from the egg to the time when he leaves the safety of his mother's nest and is confronted by a monitor lizard out hunting. See today's choices.
Producer Mike Piper
The first hit comedy written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, starring James Bolam as Terry and Rodney Bewes as Bob, returns for a repeat run this summer with the first ever episode shown tonight. See today's choices. (Rpt)
See This Week: page 8
The return of the programme uncovering Britain's heritage.
The controversial restoration of Westminster Abbey is due to be unveiled by the Queen this year but some critics feel it is a reconstruction rather than just redecoration. Architect Donald Buttress defends his radical approach. Series presenter Kirsty Wark goes in search of the few remaining blue police boxes and actor Neil Pearson visits his old school, Woolverstone Hall in Suffolk. See today's choices.
Series producer Basil Comely; Executive producers Roland Keating , Sally Angel
The return of the sardonic blue-collar comedy about one woman's recipe for survival after divorce and single parenthood.
Starring Brett Butler
Grace under Water. Russell comes to the rescue when Grace's sister Faith moves to a new apartment in the middle of a rain storm, and Grace receives a visit from her ex-husband
Jimmy. See today's choices.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
The topical news analysis programme that debates the stories behind the headlines. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Third of a new lifestyle magazine programme aimed at the lesbian and gay male audience. Tonight New York comedian Lea De Laria joins presenters Rhona Cameron and Bert Tyler-Moore in the studio. Plus news and features on gay and lesbian life worldwide, fitness, holiday tips and the Torch Songfinale.
Producer Nell Cromble ; Executive producer
12.00 Open View A look ahead to next week's Open University programmes.
12.05 Beating the Morning Rush How city planners in Milton Keynes predict future traffic flow
Debates and developments in Parliament today. With David Wilby.