Kangaroo tales. Rpt.....................
Animation about a friendly ghost.
Puppet comedy drama. Rpt Stereo ..........
Today's programme has a pirate theme, as actors Pauline Quirke and Willie Rushton tell a selection of swashbuckling tales. (Stereo)
With Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe. FACTSHEET: send at 1.00 cheque or postal order to [address removed]
Toad befriends Spike the rat, unaware that he may be letting a spy into the animals' midst. Shown last Thursday on BBC1
Animation about a showdown between the forces of good and the powers of darkness.
A game show where contestants jet off to a surprise European destination.
Presented by Paul Hendy. (Stereo)
Another chance to see the series from 1985. Banksie's escapade threatens the school musical.
Live action drama in 13 parts about youngAnton and histwonocturnaifriends. Stereo .
Series about young animals, with Terry Nutkins. Today, some weird and wonderful noses from the animal kingdom. Stereo ...............
The return of the classic sci-fi series.
After landing on Planet M-t 13 to visit two space archaeologists, the officers and crew of the Enterprise are threatened by a strange being that induces death by extracting the salt content of its victims' bodies.
Star Trek: the Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6.00pm.
See This Week: page 9
Captain James Kirk:
Yeoman Janice Rand:
The return of the topical off-beat series. Presenters Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrik take a personal look at the week's weirdest and wildest news. Dennis Pennis stalks the rich and famous, and supermodel Veronica Webb reports from
The pop music magazine goes behind the scenes of Oasis's UK tour.
Shown last Monday (Stereo)
Further live coverage of the final round of the World Matchp!ay Championship. introduced by Steve Rider.
Highlights from Division One. with Sale iookingto turn the tabtes on Harlequins, who stole victory by a single point in last season's dash at Heywood Road. Pius action from Wales where Swansea piay Newport. With John Inverdale.
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Another chance to see David Attenborough's 12-part natural history of behaviour.
The vital quest for food opens up an intriguing world of ploy and counter-ploy, exploitation and theft
See today's choices.
A look at the automotive cultures in six countries around the world.
Italy. Italian drivers are famed for their panache and verve behind the wheel.
Jeremy Clarkson investigates why they don't stop at pedestrian crossings and why they won't wear seatbelts. He meets the test drivers for Bugatti, Ferrari and Lamborghini, and talks to the Italians whose creations dominate the world of automotive design.
Director Dennis Jarvis Rpt Stereo Subtitled
Pocahontas was the first heroine of American history.
Disney has released a romanticised cartoon version of her story, but the real story is far more interesting. Filmed in Virginia, Norfolk and Kent, the programme tells the tale of the native American. Blue Peter also looks at the story tomorrow on BBC 1 at 5.10pm. See today's choices.
Producer Jonathan Gill : Editor Laurence Rees
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For years. Skoda cars were the butt of jokes rather than the stuff of motorists' dreams. Following its takeover by Volkswagen, the company is now trying to transform its image in order to keep its place in the increasingly competitive budget car sector. With battalions of new Far Eastern makes coming over the horizon, Tom Maddocks asks whether Skoda can succeed - and consign the jokes to history.
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Kenneth Branagh narrates the third of a six-part series telling the story of early film-making in Europe.
During the period between the wars, German film makers flourished in an extraordinary period of artistic and technical creativity. Exciting techniques, such as the "unchained camera", were developed, changing the look of movies forever. This programme looks at the work of Ernst Lubitsch, Fritz Lang, G.W. Pabst and Lent Riefenstahl, and the American actress Louise Brooks, who starred in Pabst's erotic film Pandora's Box.
Thriller starring Jim Metzter, Jennifer Rubin, Kyle Secor.
George, a computer wizard facing the sack, absconds with a vast sum of company funds. In the Nevada Desert he picks up an odd couple - Patti, who's beautiful and a little wacky, and Chevy, who's clearly a psychopath.
Murder, mayhem and cat-and-mouse treachery follow.
Highlights from Wentworth of today's 36-hole final in the World Matchplay
Crime drama, which continues the season of great films celebrating 100 years of cinema, starring Miroslaw Baka
A young man murders a Warsaw taxi driver in a particutarly brutal way. There are no extenuating circumstances and the court condemns him to death.
Another killing is prepared. In Polish with English subtitles.
Director Krzysztof Kieslowski (1988) See Films: pages 61â68 *****
2.00 Women at Work
4.00 The French Experience 58.t2j
6.00 Pandora's Box A is for Atom The rise and fall of nuclear power.
Note: The Learning Zone programmes are designed to be recorded. Viewers with Programme Delivery Control (PDC) can use the system to record them. See page 71 for details.
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