Tales of the bush Kangaroo. Rpt Stereo
Animation about a friendly ghost.
Actor Michael Maloney reads a midnight feast of stories, including The Ankle Grabber, Way Home and The BFG.
With Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby. FACTSHEET: send a Â£1.00 cheque or postal order to [address removed]
Dash is moping over her missing friend. Shown last Thursday on BBC1
A game show where two teams compete forthe chance to jet off to European cities.
Another chance to see the series from 1985. The school play hits yet another crisis.
Written by Margaret Simpson
Last episode ofthe drama series
Series about young animals, with Terry Nutkins. Today, he looks for the wild ancestors of farmyard animals. Stereo. ? See Children: page 61
The Naked Time. Spock and Lt Tormelon unwittingly bring a deadly germ on to the ship. Star Trek: the Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6.00pm.
Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrik provide an alternative view of the week's entertainment news. Stereo.
Featuring an interview from New York, with David Bowie, on his new album and his upcoming British tour. Shown last Monday
The parliamentary review programme, presented by Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south.
Presented by Bruce Parker
A full review of this year's Rugby League World Cup, which concluded last
Saturday. Presented by Steve Rider. Producer Jo McCusker
Executive producer Malcolm Kemp.
Coverage of the men's singles match in the National Championships from Telford. Commentary by John Barrett and Mark Cox. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Highlights from the English League Division One match between champions Leicester and Harlequins. Plus action from Wales, Scotland and France, where the French Barbarians recently took on New Zealand. Presented by John Inverdale.
EditorGerardLane Stereo .................
Another chance to see David Attenborough's 12-part natural history of behaviour.
Home Making. An examination into the ingenious ways in which animals ensure their homes are weatherproof and safe from predators. See today's choices.
Producer Michael Gunton ; Executive producer Peter Jones USER'S GUIDE: a guide for viewers who wish to use the series for educational purposes can be obtained by sending a cheque or postal order for Â£3.95, made payable to BBC Education to: [address removed]
Second in an eight-part series in which journalist Simon Dring retraces his
1962 overland journey to India to meet people still travelling the legendary hippy trail.
Gateway to Asia. Tonight's joumey begins in Istanbul, the gateway between Europe and Asia, and moves across the great central plains of Turkey, and then south along the enchanting coast towards Syria.
ProducerChrisO'Hare Stereo Subtitled ..
The Projection Racket
The 1930s were a golden age for Hollywood and its gangsterfilms. But behind the screen, the Mob was turning a small-time protection racket, which targetted projectionists, into a million-dollar shakedown. What began as extortion soon became a mutually beneficial arrangement. Timewatch went to Hollywood and Chicago to uncover the story of how movie moguls and Mobsters joined forces to keep the dream factory going, whatever the cost. Director Christopher Spencer ; Producer Paul Kerr
Another edition of the weekly investigative documentary series which puts businesses, marketing and media underthe critical spotlight. Presented by Jane Corbin.
Editor Jane Ellison ; Producer Michael Johnston
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Kenneth Branagh narrates the last in the series telling the story of early film-making in Europe.
End of an Era. The final episode looks at the impact of the arrival of sound on the European film industry. Despite European technical innovation, the industry lacked investors to promote its discoveries. However, it was not sound that doomed the golden age of European film-making. With the rise to power of the Nazi party at the beginning of the 1930s, a new era dawned in film-making history; international co-productions began to fade and nationalistic propaganda films started asserting their authority.
Directors/Producers David Gill and Kevin Brownlow
Drama, featuring an Oscar-nominated performance from River Phoenix, and being shown to mark the second anniversary of his death. Also starring Christine Lahti, Judd Hirsch.
The Pope family has been on the run from the FBI since their days as sixties radicals. Now deception is a way of life. However Annie and Arthur face some difficult choices when oldest son Danny, a talented musician, begins to rebel against their fugitive life.
See Films: pages 69-76
Offbeat comedy drama, starring Genevieve Lemon, Karen Colston.
Kay is a frightened young woman who constantly changes her boyfriends. Unexpectedly, she marries a colleague's fiance, but her new-found happiness is threatened by the sudden intrusion of her sister, Sweetie.
(1989) See Films: pages 69-76 *****
2.00 Work is a Four-Letter Word
4.00 The French Experience
6.00 Perpetual Motion: The Morris Minor
6.30 The Net
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 79 for details.
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