With signing and subtitles.
Action quiz. Shown last Friday. (Stereo)
Shown yesterday at 6. 1 Opm on BBC 1
Confidence in capitalism collapses.
The Bridge. McGill is hired to investigate repeated suicide attempts by a peer's son. Written by Robert Muller
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The family harpsichord is given away.
Pathe news headlines from 1956.
Shown yesterday at 7.15pm Stereo...
Consumer updates. Stereo ..............
G/s for Game. More food facts..
Clothing for petite sizes
Parental problems with disruptive children.
Stanley and Brenda Bassi.
Adventurous older people.
A visit to Blackpool's famous pier..
Regional News and Weather 94H
Avenue of the Volcanoes
Wildlife in a remote volcanic region of Ecuador. Rpt Stereo Subtitled ..........
Regional News and Weather
Including a young entrepreneur with a money-making passion for vacuum cleaners. (Stereo)
Six-part drama. A holiday takes Finn back ten years to his baby sister's disappearance.
See Children: page 39
A look at facilities for disabled visitors at Britain's tourist attractions. Tonight Hilda Bone , a pensioner with arthritis and chest complaints, visits the Coronation Street set on hertourof
Granada Studios. She decides to give up her crutches and enjoy the services ofthe house wheelchair.
Adventure, based on a true story, starring Richard Egan
A Catholic priest acts as guide to a Spanish expedition searchingforthe legendary seven cities of gold in America. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Robert D Webb (1955) * See Films: pages 42-48 **
The Swinger. Choreographer Yolande Snaith takes A Lover's Discourse by the French writer Roland Barthes as the starting point for this dance. The piece is set in a tilted world dominated by a giant pendulum, whose swing seems to be driven by the passions, anger and disappointments offour lovers. The lovers are danced by Lynne Bristow , Ted Stoffer , Desiree Kongeroed and Simon Hughes. The words are spoken on stage by Hassani Shapi and Barthes's text is adapted by Craig Raine. Director/Producer Ross MacGibbon 2 Dance continues on Wednesday at 9.40pm. Stereo.
A series in which people relate the events that over
24 hours permanently altered the course of their lives.
Is There Anybody Out There. Piano tuner Michael Gerwat , who was already blind, lost his hearing in 1991. He describes how he coped with his loss and how he is learning to communicate again. See today's choices.
Producer Lucy Jago ; Series producer Debbie Christie ColourandB/W Stereo
Wild Dogs - Teamwork Triumphant
Tonight, the story of two groups of African wild dogs.
One in Botswana hunts, feeds and raises its pups as a team. But another group, reared in captivity and released in Namibia, faces life in the wild for the first time. See today's choices. TV presentation Tania Dorrity ; Series producer
PaulAppleby Stereo Subtitled ..............
Continuing the repeat episodes from the first series.
A ferocious wolf-like beast is shot dead when it attacks a man and his son. But when they examine the body, it is that of a local man.
The last of six programmes that relive great sporting rivalries from the past. The Crazy Gang v the Culture Club The 1988 FA Cup final between Liverpool and Wimbledon was predicted to be an easy win forthe Merseysiders. They had won the double of league and cup the previous season, while underdogs Wimbledon had languished in non-league status just ten years previously. Vinny Jones and John Fashanu , key members of a team that revelled in a robust style of play, reveal how the London team set out to intimidate Liverpool.
Alan Hansen , then a Liverpool defender, recalls the opposition's behaviour in the players' tunnel before the match. Producer Danny Fenton ; Executive producer
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman. subtitled...
The first of two programmes paying tribute to the singer who died last month at the age of 78. Ella Fitzgerald Sings, made in 1965, features her performing Manhattan, Body and Soul, The Lady Is a Tramp and Misty, backed by the Johnny Spence
Orchestra and the Tommy Flanagan Trio. Part two, Ella Fitzgerald at Ronnie Scott's, is tomorrow at 11.15pm.
Producer Terry Henebery
Followed by Weatherview
The Johnny Spence
With Bernard Ingham.
12.30 images of the Cosmos Mapping the Milky Way Rpt Stereo
1.00 Powers of the President Other
2.00 Fun with Kids: Collections 1
4.00 Department of Health Special 87103 4.30 Department of Health
Special Rpt63887 5.00 Pathways to Care Rpt 31790 5.30 RCN Nursing Update
6.00 General Relativity At the Frontier Rpt 6061603 6.25 Oceanography 6977210 6.50 Deserts