Lassie confronts a flock of marauding crows.
Adventures of the daring young prince.
Shown yesterday at 5. 10pm on BBC1.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The Knowledge
9.30 Focus (ages 9-13)
9.45 Over the Moon (ages 4-6)
The Playbus stops at the Patch Stop. (Stereo)
10.25 Storytime (ages 4-5) The Fish Who Could Wish Stereo 3899199 10.45
Science Zone (ages 9-11) Electricity and Magnetism Stereo 9292793 11.05
Space Ark (ages 7-11) Electricity and Magnetism Stereo 7481151 11.151n Living Memory (ages 14-16) The Land Stereo 6457462 11.35 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Writing and Printing
7665441 11.55 History File (ages 11-16) The World since 1945
12.15 Le Club (ages 9-12) Jours de fete
Business news. Stereo .....................
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) G Is for Green Stereo 27143426 1.25 Mad about Music
(ages 11-14) Inspiration
11305977 1.45 Numbertime (ages 4-5) Number Seven
Cartoon family adventures. (Rpt)
The Long Road Back - the Eastern Front 1943-1945. How Hitlerseized control of the Baltic States, and what started to turn the tide against him in 1943.
Regional News and Weather
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage of today's Parliamentary business. Stereo Subtitled ............
Regional News and Weather
Cookery game show. Stereo ................
Today, what motivates people to do the things they do? Stereo Subtitled ....
Fibres of Light. Patrick Moore looks at the 3.9 metre Anglo-Australian telescope in New South Wales. Postponed from 19 October
Dax. Lieutenant Dax is taken hostage and accused of treason and murder.
Continuingthe space adventure serial.
Favourite movie moments. Actress
Julie Christie chooses a memorable eating scene from Urga.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
Tom and Diana help out in the local area, and lock horns with an estate agent.
Tom GRAHAM CROWDEN. Diana STEPHANIE COLE.
Harvey Bains DANIELHILL. Jane JANINE DUVITSKI.
Geoffrey ANDREW TOURELL , Marion SANDRA
PAYNE. Basil MICHAELBILTON, Antonio CHICO
ANDRADE, Jenny DAWN HOPE, Anna Seville NOEL
DYSON, Dave Preston ADRIAN MILLS, Janet Follett
CAROLINE HARDING , Cynthia Barnes ROWENA
COOPER. Inspector Davis DAVID TYSALL
Written by Michael Aitkens ; Director/Producer
GarethGwenian Rpt Stereo Subtitled ...
A Fine Line
Do scientists have a responsibility to the rest of us forthe impact of their discoveries? Michael Delahaye talks to two generations of Oxford's scientific pioneers about what determines if a discovery is a blessing or a curse.
Producer Sharon Goulds ; Editor Alison Rooper A phone-in follows immediately after the programme on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call (0 1 7 [number removed]. REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below
Fields of Conflict
Peter Hoare was looking forward to a quiet retirement, until his neighbour built a motorbike business a few metres from his bedroom window.
Southern Eye looks at the battles between people seeking tranquillity in the south's countryside - and those tryingtoworkinit.
Producer Craig Henderson .........................
Despite a well-publicised campaign by animal welfare activists, the export of veal calves and sheep continues. As each side accuses the other of violence and intimidation, Wendy Robbins asks farmers, exporters and protesters how farthey are prepared to go in the conflict overthe live animal trade.
Producer TriciaLawton; Editor Mark Wakefield
This week, Quentin Willson demonstrates how to take on the car auctioneers and win, while Tony Mason fulfils a childhood dream by driving a newfire engine manufactured by Dennis. Producer John Willcox ; Series producer Jon Bentley
Another chance to see the film documenting the demise of the travellingfreakshow.
Director Mike Barker : Producer Tim Breadin
A Nightmare in Camelot. Observer columnist Melanie Phillips highlights the massive gulf between the National Lottery's winners and losers, and launches a scathing attack on this national obsession. Last in the series.
Producer Gerry Pomeroy ; Series producer
First in a series of six programmes about doctors who have been punished for their conduct. Unfit to Operate
Nicholas Siddle achieved notoriety last summerwhen he admitted a series of errors in gynaecological surgery. Here he talks forthe first time about how a mixture of inexperience, personal problems and ambition led to a tragic catalogue of errors.
Series producer Tim Haines
Followed by Working Principles
Tonight'stopic is buoyancy. Stereo
With Jeremy Paxman.
Mark Lawson and team review the week's cultural highlights.
Series editor Michael Poole
With Trevor Phillips.
12.30am Therapies on Trial
1.00 Easingthe Pain
1.30 Clinical Trials
FETV - Short Cuts
2.00 Disability Portrayal; Race Identity
4.00 The Science Archive and Royal Institution Discourse
5.30 RCN Nursing Update
6.00 Perpetual Motion
6.30 The Net