The men's singles final in the Australian
Open Championships, from Flinders Park, Melbourne. Commentary by John Barrett. Introduced by Sue Barker. Highlights can be seen at 2.55pm on BBC 1
Cartoon. Last in the series.
Tales of the bush kangaroo. Rpt stereo ....
Last in the cartoon series about a dogthat lives in a shoe...
Clive Wedderburn (PC
McCannfrom The Bill) reads
Diane Redmond 's Here We Go! Stereo...
Shredder creates an army. Rpt....
Animation set in a polluted earth of the future,
Comedy sketch show, with Rick Adams and Lucinda Cowden. ..
Imelda meets her match.
Imelda FLEUR TAYLOR, Georgina SAMANTHA LEWIS. Ant Jones RICKY SIMMON DS, Mr Baxter MICHAEL CRONIN, Mr Bronson MICHAELSHEARD
Written by Jonn Godber
Ben, Barney and Jenks start work.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC I
Children from Leeds submit this week's camcorderfilms.
Shore Leave. Strange hallucinations greet Kirk and his crew when they beam down to an Earth-type planet fora well-earned break. Star Trek: the Next
Generation is on Wednesday at 6.00pm. Rpt'
With guests Dani Behrand Danny Baker.
Shown on Friday Stereo ....
American dating game show, with Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy. ..
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. ..............
Classic wartime drama, starring
Greer Garson , Walter Pidgeon
War transforms an ordinary woman into a quiet heroine on the home front.
Director William Wyler (1942) B/W # See Films: pages 43-46 *****
Today's action comes from the men's downhill taking place in Sestriere, Italy.
Hosted by David Vine.
Featuring highlights from the Pilkington Cup fifth-round match in which
Newcastle face First Division Harlequins. Plus a look at Twickenham's newest development - an international museum of rugby. With John Inverdale. Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ....
Arctic Kingdom - Life at the Edge
The Arctic, with its great white bears, seabirds, whales and walruses, suffers from some of the harshest weather conditions on the planet. But, for a short spell each year, the sun brings this cold kingdom to life. Narrated by Tony Soper. See today's choices.
Producer Lisa Truitt ; Series executive producer
Third of an eight-part series following three pairs of backpackingfriends.
In Thailand, Helen and Alison pause for thought at the sight of the Second
World War POW campattheRiver Kwai. Andrew and Matt, meanwhile, get saddle sore when they join the cowboys in the savannah lands of southern Guyana. Ade and Paul's trip to Granada in Spain takes in the Alhambra and an exhilarating paraglide. Series producer Nicola Moody
Drake's Last Voyage
Four hundred years ago today, Sir
Francis Drake was buried at sea off the coast of Panama after unsuccessfully tryingto recapture past glories. History records that his reputation lay in tatters just eight years after defeating the Spanish Armada. This film retraces his strange, final odyssey and finds that, contrary to prevailing belief, it was a shrewdly planned venture thwarted by ill fortune. The truth lies with the Guayou Indians of Colombia, in the letters of the men who sailed with him and with those who tried to stop him. Producer Alan Ereira ; Editor Laurence Rees
Last of a three-part investigation into where power lies in Britain today. Opinion polls tell a story of people disillusioned with politics. Kirsty Wark chairs a studio debate which puts those who wield the power in the dock to face their critics' charges of incompetence and of failing the people who elected them. Among those answering the charges are MPs Nigel Evans, Ann Taylor, Doug Hoyle, Menzies Campbell and Roseanna Cunningham.
Fourth in the six-part series examining how and why tourism first evolved.
Meeting Others. The thirties ushered in a new chapter in the history of the tourist industry and launched a British institution - the holiday camp. Sir Fred Pontin , Lady Butlin and Jimmy Perry
(former redcoat and co-creator of BBC's Hi-de-Hi!) talk about the rise and fall of the holiday camp and the leisure centres and holiday worlds of today. Director Christopher Bruce ; Series producers Mary Dickinson and Christopher Bruce
Road movie starring
Christine Lahti , Meg Tilly
Marianne Johnson has just run out on her second failed marriage.
Still optimistic, she finds herself at the edge of the small town of Normal,
Wyoming, but with nowhere to go. A chance encounter links her up with cynical cocktail waitress Darty Peters , and the two decide to travel to
Alaska in search of a new life.
Director Edward Zwick (1992) ♦ See Films: pages 43-46 ***
In the course of tracking down a cop killer, officers Brennan and Jones are wounded. But painstaking work leads the police to a suspect - Davis Morgan.
Director Alfred Werker ( 1 948)
♦ See Films: pages 43-46
Sergeant Marty Brennan:
Information Line: (0181) 746 1111.
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