Lassie is cast adrift in a fishing boat.
Shown last Friday. (Stereo)
(Shown yesterday at 6.25pm on BBC1)
In 1987, a group of Australian warveterans returned to the Thai-Burma railway line, which they helped build in 1943.
Pathe news from 1955.
Comedy starring Wheeler and Woolsey
Two soldiers go Awol in Paris during the First World War, leading to mayhem.
See Films: pages 65-74 **
Kimble takes refuge in a farmhouse.
(First shown on ITV) (B/W)
Daily look at business news. (Stereo)
Today: movie rides.
Cooking microwave vegetable dishes.
First in an eight-part series, daily until Friday, presented by Roger Tabor.
See Dr Mark Porter: page 51
John Cole and his wife Madge learn the art of Italian cooking in Tuscany.
Waitress Leda Beth Vincent acts when herteenage daughter comes home from school spouting racist views.
Director Anthony Page (1988) ♦ See Films: pages 65-74 **
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Daily cookery game show.
Today's topic: step-parents.
Keith Floyd is in Sicily where he samples Marsala wine and makes a pizza.
Last in the series.
A band of racists begins to terrorise the immigrant population of Demeter City.
Lieutenant Patrick Brogan:
Officer Jack Ha Idane:
Officer Jane Castle:
This week, Jane Middlemiss spends a weekend in Europe with Boyzone.
(Repeated next Sunday)
To celebrate the 700th anniversary of Parliament, Tony Benn has been taking his video camera around the Palace of Westminster. He films some of the people who work behind the scenes and visits places the public never sees.
Chilean writer Isabel Allende describes the reality of execution without trial, from the victims of Kashmir's civil war to the Bosnian men and boys who "disappeared" after the fall of Srebrenica, and the street people removed by "social cleansing" in Colombia.
(Repeated at 11.45pm)
Millions of tonnes of rock can fall from a mountain, flow like water and travel at the speed of an express train. Such landslides are surprisingly common; yet geologists are only now acknowledging their existence. Horizon traces the recent discovery of this type of landslide and predicts one that could generate a tidal wave big enough to inundate Pacific coastlines.
Lucinda Lambton explores the architecture of death, the mausoleum.
First of a two-part story in which Mulder and Scully investigate a confusing chain of murders, and Mulder's long-lost sister appears.
See today's choices.
The story of the year Janet Street-Porter spent at Live TV, where her task was to make 24-hour live television at a fraction of normal costs. As the station nears its launch, new technology fails to work, pressures on the staff mount and tensions rise.
See today's choices.
Topical news analysis. Presented by Kirsty Wark.
When Picture This was launched last year, it provided a showcase for new directors and ideas. Tonight's film is the first of three from the series being shown again this week.
From undertaker to maggot farmer, toilet cleaner to miner, eight people who carry out jobs that few might envy celebrate their work.
(Playing Out: tomorrow at 11.15pm)
Writer Isabel Allende describes the victims of summary executions.
(Shown at 7.50pm) (Stereo)
Political chat show, hosted tonight by Bernard Ingham.
12.30 Money Grows on Trees
1.00 Environmental Control in the North Sea
1.30 Alaska - the Last Frontier?
2.00 Teaching Today
4.00 Developing Family Literacy
4.30 Community Integrated Care
5.00 Pathways to Care-Learning Theme 17
5.30 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 61: Paediatric CPR
6.00 The Great Egg Race: Fire
6.30 Great Experiments: At the End of the Rainbow