5.45 TUTV - Trade Union Television News, views and features from the workplace.
6.20 The Changing Face of Poverty Why the consensus on the Welfare state - based on the Beveridge report of 1942 - ended in the seventies. 2825119 6.45
Interrogating the Past - Challenging the Present Is history what actually happened or what we make of it? A look at evidence from 5th-century Athens. 7657003 7.10 Immigration, Prejudice and Ethnicity An investigation into what the immigrants of the sixties and their families feel about life in the UK.
Classic love story starring Ronald Colman, Greer Garson
1918: escaping from the Melbridge County Asylum, a soldier suffering from amnesia finds his way into town. By chance he meets a woman who christens him "Smithy" and falls in love. Their life together is blissfully happy until the day that Smithy goes to Liverpool - and doesn't come back.
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Dr Jonathan Benet:
Wisley. Today, RulaLenska looks at the decorative and practical gardens of internationally-renowned RHS Wisley
Garden in Surrey.
Highlights of the Belgian Grand Prixfrom Spa-Francorchamps . With commentary from Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmer andTonyJardine.
Shown yesterday at 8.50pm Stereo......................
' Adventure, based on the classic Jules Verne novel.
Starring David Niven
Reform Club member Phileas Foge makes aL20,000 wager with his fellow clubmen that he can go round the world in 80 days. Accompanied by his servant Passepartout, Fogg begins his momentous voyage. Passepartout.................................... CANTINFLAS
NOEL COWARD, MARLENE DIETRICH , HERMIONE GINGOLD , TREVOR HOWARD. PETER LORRE , JOHN MILLS , ROBERT MORLEY , GEORGE RAFT. FRANK SINATRA , JOHN CARRADINE and BUSTER KEATON.
Director Michael Anderson (1956) ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 43-50
Apricot chicken. In today's step-by-step guide to delicious, healthy eating, Ian Parmenter updates an ancient Belgian recipe - chicken with apricots in a tangy
Further coverage of the final day's play in the sixth and final Test between England and the West Indies from the Oval. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Fantasy adventure starring
In a magical world of elves, goblins, unicorns and fairies, a young princess comes underthe terrifying shadow of the demonic Lord of Darkness. It is up to handsome young Jack and his band of helpers to try and rescue her.
Director Ridley Scott (1985) Subtitled...... * FILM REVIEWS pages 43-50
The second in a two-part investigation into conditions in Europe's zoos asks, how can a bad zoo change, and what happens if it can't and has to close? Wildlife campaigner and Born Free actress Virginia McKenna retraces the footsteps of her late husband
Bill Travers to the zoo he most wanted to close, Limassol on Cyprus. Has it changed forthe better?
And the director of an Armenian zoo described as "one of the worst in the world" visits one of the best - Jersey Zoo, whose pioneering work was inspired by author Gerald Durrell.
Among the contributors are Kent zookeeperjohn Aspinall, whose policy of allowing keepers to go in with tigers and gorillas met with opposition from the local council; Gerald Durrell 's widow DrLee Durrell; and Pam Mansfield , who keeps unwanted zoo animals in the back garden of her council house.
Up and down the country, sad but heroic ruins dot the landscape. Kirsty Wark guides us through some of Britain'sforgotten buildings.
Series producer Basil Comely; Executive producers Sally Angel and Roland Keating .............
The return of the series of terrifying investigations into the paranormal. Starring
Little Green Men. The FBI's secret X
Files have been discontinued. But when Agent Fox Mulder is given a tip-off about strange messages received at a deserted radio telescope station in Puerto Rico, he risks his life to prove the existence of extra-terrestrials.
See today's choices.
♦ See feature: page 24
Another eclectic mix of weird and wonderful stories from America and the rest of the world. Correspondent
Janeane Garafolo launches a full scale TV Nation beach invasion when she finds out that the wealthy residents of Greenwich, Connecticut, have hired security guards to keep their beaches free of poor people. Louis Theroux goes to Jerusalem to investigate "Jerusalem Syndrome" - a condition that leads its victims to take on the personas of characters from the Bible. Plus the first appearance of the latest recruit to the team, as the programme hires its very own KGB-trained spy.
Producers Michael Moore and David Mortimer
The season celebrating the centenary of cinema continues with Martin Scorsese's acclaimed, highly controversial drama starring Robert De Niro, Cybill Shepherd, Jodie Foster
Travis Bickle is an alienated ex-Marine, working nights as a New York cabbie.
Haunted by the squalor of what he sees around him, he is drawn to the beautiful Betsy. But his attempts to woo her prove disastrous, and he begins an inexorable descent into a personal hell.
Showing as part of the New York Stories season and in widescreen format.
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Barry Norman: page 40
Peter Pringle presents the weekly review of the important developments in the trial of the former American footballer and film starwho stands accused in a Los Angeles courtroom the of murder of his former wife Nicole and herfriend Ronald Goldman.
Producer Derek Guthrie