5.45 - Trade Union Television
A programme fortrade union members that includes news, views and features from the workplace.
6.20 Government and Politics: Open
Communities 2089315 6.45 A Europe of the Regions? 7264995 7.35 Changing Berlin, Changing Europe
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Cartoon about an inventor and his robots. (Rpt)
A look at the last German offensive of the Second World War.
Thriller. A woman goes to Berlin to visit her brother, and soon becomes aware of mystery and tension surrounding his German wife.
StarringJames Mason and Claire Bloom.
Director Carol Reed (1953) B/W
FILM REVIEWS pages 37-42
We Are Nothing Without the People. In the first of five programmes, administrators of one of Indonesia's poorest provinces speak out........
Daily cartoon adventures. Stereo.
The crew ventures into the unknown.
Romantic drama. A discharged
GI returns to his hometown after four years in the Pacific and drifts into a relationship with a widow.
Pat Ruscomb DOROTHY MCGUIRE , Cliff Harper GUY MADISON, William Tabeshaw ROBERT MITCHUM
Director Edward Dmytryk (1946) B/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 37-42
Pat Ruscomb Dorothy
Cliff Harper Guy
William Tabeshaw Robert
Regional News and Weather
Followed by Hell Fire Pass
Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop and a group of veterans return to the section of the Thai-Burma railway they built during the Second World War........................
(subtitled) Regional News and Weather
The daily nostalgia quiz returns with past winners facing questions from Martyn Lewis.
A new series of Esther Rantzen's chat show kicks off with a look at holiday romances.
Actress Tracey Gold is amongthe guests discussing anorexia nervosa.
A Canadian film about the life of Augusta Evans. During her long years, Augusta has witnessed travel by stagecoach and river steamer, as well as experiencingthe Gold Rush. The daughter of a Shuswap Indian , she was brought up at a Roman Catholic Mission school and in 1903 she married a white man and lost her standing as an Indian. Now, at the age of 88, she lives in a log cabin without running water or electricity in the Cariboo mountain country of British Columbia.
Another exciting adventure of an American astronaut transported to the 25th century. Starring Gil Gerard.
Wilma Deering is put in charge of seven little men known as the Zeerdonians. They manage to wreak havoc that could end up destroying the starship Searcher.
Col Wilma Deering:
The last of three programmes following intrepid globetrotters as they travel the world on shoestring budgets.
Three friends from Glasgow begin their musically-inspired journey through the United States in Miami, where they sample salsa as well as hot beaches and steamy nightclubs.
After a treacherous Greyhound bus journey they arrive in New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz and from there they travel west into Cajun Country. Then the trio travel north to Memphis where they seek out Elvis and cut their own disc at the legendary Sun Studios.
Theirquest includes a visit to country music's capital, Nashville, followed by a ride on the railway up to Chicago before ending theirtrip in New York City. Series producer Nicola Moody
How much power do employees really have at work? Many companies have different ideas on empowerment and how they utilise it in the workplace, as this documentary discovers.
Opening Up Technology
A geographer, an industrial designer and an eight-year-old child open up a map.
Producer (Opening Up Technology):
International Stadium, British athletes, fresh from the World
Championships in Gothenburg, are on home soil as they try to defeat a strong American team. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Introduced by Helen Rollason with Brendan Foster.
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Producer Martin Webster ; Editor Philip Bernie
Roving reporter Michael Moore returns for a second series of idiosyncratic reports from America and around the world.
He is joined tonight by Crackers the chicken, the programme's own corporate crime-fighting mascot who, this week, takes on a New York company. Also, horrified by the lack of facilities and the ubiquitous queue for the women's toilets, Karen Duffy tries to find the key to this pressing problem, and offers a quick solution. And there's a look at why Americans think they live in the best country in the world.
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Followed by Video Nation Shorts
More personal views from people who have recorded video diaries of their everyday lives.
The topical news analysis programme, featuring interviews with politicians and leading figures, and debating the stories behind the day's headlines. Presented by Peter Snow.
Continuing a selection of assorted highlights from the Edinburgh Festival presented by Emma Freud.
Tonight, a look at Abbey Theatre's production Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, which examines the history of Protestant Irish sacrifice in the First World War and its repercussions today.
And veteran actress Billie Whitelaw talks about her autobiography and her life and work with playwright Samuel Beckett. Plus a look at the work of the conceptual performance artist Marina Abramovich.
Producer Louise Wardle ; Editor John Archer
12.00 Princes and Peoples: Learning and Patronage From Thomas Bodley and Archbishop Laud in Oxford, to Cardinal Mazarin in Paris and Archbishop Marsh in Dublin - a look at the institutions they founded and endowed with books.