5.30am RCN Nursing Update Never goingto be easy: giving bad news.
6.20 Probingthe Structure of Liquids 8188979 6.45 CarSuspensions:
Modelling in Comfort 5689825 7.10
History of Crime: A Question of Evidence 9280196 7.35 InterrogatingthePast-Challengingthe Present
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Cartoon. (Rpt) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
George sends the community into a panic when he opts to write a story about Harry in his magazine. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Frittata, the Italian omelette.......
The Keepers of Eden. What steps science can take to preserve nature's threatened species. Rpt .............
John Wayne , Ona Munson
A young attorney falls in love with a 7 high-spirited southern belle. But their romance is ill-fated for his mission is to end the town lottery run by herfather.
Director Bernard Vorhaus (194 B/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 43-48
Wide Open Spaces. A short spoof western, starring Ned Sparks and Frank McHugh.
Agents Solo and Kuryakin try to thwart gangsters who are siphoning off the monetary reserves of a tiny kingdom.
Six stories about ordinary people who have made sacrifices to tackle the world's environmental problems. Rpt .....
The 2.10, 2.40, 3.10, 3.40 and 4.10 races from Newbury. Hosted by Julian Wilson with Clare Balding. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Jim McGrath , plus reports by Jonathan Powell.
Producer Malcolm Kemp
Including at 2.55 and 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
Esther Rantzen hears from people who claim to be able to see into the future and from those who dismiss the possibility.
Oprah meets social workers who condemn the system that blames them for several cases of seemingly preventable Child deaths. Stereo
Daily series on educational choices.
What's It All For? Chris Rogers meets graduates and employers to discover what skills, aside from academic qualifications, make students more employable. The last edition of the six-part series is next Wednesday at
5.40pm on BBC2
The arrival of Herman's twin brother Charlie, a slick conman eager to explain his newest money-making scheme, can mean only bad news.
Irreverent spy drama from the 1970s. The Gladiators. The trio's suspicions are aroused when Canadian intelligence informs them that several "undesirables" have gone missing.
Written by Brian Clemens ; Director George Fournier First shown on lTV
Some of the best moments from the game show Call My Bluff.
Second of a four-part look at modem life through folk music and poetry.
On the Job. This week, Newcastle poet and film maker Tom Pickard delivers his personal view on the changing patterns of work. Plus performances by Leon Rosselson , Martin Carthy , the Poozies, Rory McLeod , Brendan Power , Chris Newman , Scarp and Sian James.
Director Richard Pawelko ; Producer John Gwyn First shown in BBC Wales
In the first of a six-part series Geoff Hamilton delves into the history of cottage gardening and conducts a tour around two cottage plots he has created at Barnsdale. See today's choices.
Geoff Hamilton: page 37
A ten-part series looking at wines from around the world.
This week, Jancis Robinson visits a French forest to discover what's so special about the Chardonnay gra pe. See today's choices.
Series producer David Darlow ; Executive producer
* Jancis Robinson : page 32
Love. Rab attempts to revive his single social life after his wife throws him out.
Wntten by Ian Pattison : Director/Producer
A one-off special featuring previously unseen interviews from The Sunday Show series, shown on BBC2 earlier this year. Amongthe celebrities caught off-guard by presenter Dennis Pennis and his list of probing questions are
Hugh Grant , Liz Hurley , Madonna, Clive Anderson , Angus Deayton ,
Michael Heseltine , Edwina Currie and Ian Botham.
Written by Paul Kaye and Anthony Hines
Producer Lucy Robinson .........................
The series in which celebrities talk to presenter Nick Hancock about the people, places and things they would most like to see consigned to oblivion. This week, comedian Caroline Quentin reveals that rats, bras, home perms and weather forecasters rank high among her heartfelt detestations.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Jeremy Paxman chairs this specially extended edition that asks why the former Yugoslavia is still engulfed in fierce conflict, whether it was preventable, and also how effectively the rest of the international community has responded. BBC correspondents
Martin Bell, John Simpson , Peter Snow and David Sells present assessments from differing viewpoints on the tragedy. Editor Peter Horrocks ; Producer Jessica Cecil
Drama continuing the season of films celebrating 100 years of cinema. Starring
Ana Torrent, Isabel Telleria
Spain 1940: a travelling cinema show brings James Whale's Frankenstein to a Castilian village. Two young girls are fascinated by the film and Ana, the younger, becomes intent on finding the monster. Spanish with English subtitles.
Director Victor Erice (1973) ................... * FILM REVIEWS pages 43-48