Last in the cartoon series. (Rpt)
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
John Payne , Ronald Reagan
The frontier town of Sandy Bar is home to gambler Tennessee, handy with both
Colts and cards. His proficiency with guns is put to the test when he is accused of murder and confronted by an angry mob.
Director Allan Dwan (1955) ♦ See Films: pages 56-63 **
Van Heflin , Patricia Dane
When a Broadway musical star is found murdered, Inspector Gunther hauls in a strange assortment of suspects.
DirectorSSylvanSimon (1942) B/W ♦ See Films: pages 56-63 **
Tug of War. Richard Kimble flees when he is recognised from a wanted poster but a retired lawman is on his trail.
Wildlife down under. Rpt ..................62154
Returning home from the army,
Nick Stratton falls in love with beautiful
Giulietta and, unaware of her past, embarks on an ill-fated affair.
Director Ranald MacDougall (1961) * See Films: pages 56-63 **
From the Lakeside Country Club in Surrey. Highlights of yesterday's first round matches in the World Professional Championship. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
Preceded by News, Regional News and Weather
And including at 3.55 News Regional News and Weather
Descent (part 1). The Borg return to do battle with the Federation, but since their last meetingthey have begun behaving as individuals. Featuring a guest appearance by Professor
Stephen Hawking. This two-part story is concluded next Wednesday. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6.00pm. Professor Stephen Hawking..................................... HIMSELF
Stereo Subtitled ..............................697086
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
The Plot to Kill the City (part 1). Buck goes undercoverto infiltrate a bizarre group of outlaws. The concluding part can be seen next Monday.
In this one-off programme from the makers of One Foot in the Past, a team of architectural sleuths uncovers the hidden history of a seemingly ordinary Victorian home in Norwood, South London. Taking part are landscape archaeologist David Austin , architectural historian Mac Dowdy and interior design historian Judith Miller. Presenter Juliet Morris is on hand to guide viewers through the mass of clues to the past life of the house. Producer Emma Worster ; Executive producer
Roland Keating. ..........................................15
Scotland's oldest university, St Andrew 's, takes on a team of scientists from
Imperial College, London, in tonight's first round match. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
DirectorVernon Ancliffe; Producer Peter Gwyn
Comfort Food and Casseroles. Backaftera
Christmas break, Delia explains the principles of casserole making, demonstrates how to braise steak and nominates hertop ten casseroles. See today's choices.
Director/Producer Trevor Hampton
♦ See Delia Smith : page 32
Continuing Victoria Wood 's comedy series from 1986, including music and sketches. With Julie Walters ,
Patricia Routledge , Celia Imrie ,
Duncan Preston , Susie Blake and Peter Blake.
Director/Producer Geoff Posner
Rpt Subtitled ......................................7357
The Fame Game - Update
Liz Brewer is London's top society "fixer". Herclientsare celebrities and the super-rich and her speciality is arranging events that grab the attention of the gossip writers. This repeat showingof the programme shown last year offers an update on her fortunes and the clients she has since lost and gained. See today's choices. Producer Daniel Reed ; Series editor
StephenLambert Revisedrpt Stereo ..756086
Return of the series in which a different presenter each week takes a hard and humorous look at the way the press has handled the stories making the news. Stereo ...............................982796
With Jeremy Paxman. Subtitled ..303338
Highlights of this evening's second round matches in the World
Classic drama, showing over two nights, in the season marking 100 years of cinema.
Starring Arletty, Jean-Louis Barrault, Pierre Brasseur
1840: the theatre world is split into two opposing camps. Baptiste Debureau, the shy mime, and Frederick Lemaitre, the irrepressible actor, are rivals in their art as well as in their love for the bewitching Garance. But Garance has other admirers: villainous Lacenaire and the wealthy Count de Montray. All their paths intersect on the Boulevard of Crime - the highest balcony in the theatre, where the poorest people are seated.
(Part two can be seen tomorrow at 12.20am) (1945) (B/W)
See Films: pages 56-63 *****
Jericho, the old clothes man:
Avril, Lacenaire's assistant:
Count de Montray: