With Signing. Stereo.........................
Lassie saves the day when a tugboat is in deep water. (Repeat)
Game show. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Children's art series. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Rosie saves Ruff, who has been playing with fire. (Repeat)
Property of a Gentleman. McGill investigates the reasons behind the sale of a painting. First shown on ITV Subtitled ....................
Morticia takes up sculpting.
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Classic American comedy series.
Black and white Repeat
A visit to Ayers Rock. Repeat
In Madrid Brian Turner makes iced cucumber soup and a Portuguese cod dish.
Today's guests are still haunted by their first love. Stereo
Tips for aspiring artists. Repeat ...
Today: kitten development. Repeat
Regional News and Weather
A documentary about owls and their nocturnal habits, narrated by Judi Dench.
Regional News and Weather
Children's game show. With guests Dannii Minogue and Boyzone's Ronan Keating. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Series combining cartoons with wildlife footage. Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
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There's a new arrival at the Grove. For cast see tomorrow. (Repeat) (Subtitled)
Featuring highlights from the last round of qualification in the men's wheelchair basketball, in which Britain takes on Canada for a place in the quarter-finals. Meanwhile, the volleyball competition reaches its semi-final stage. There are more medals to be won in athletics, swimming, cycling, shooting and fencing. Plus action from the first day in weightlifting and dressage.
Johnny Vaughan offers advice on the different types of accommodation available to first-year students. Student Choice concludes tomorrow at 8.20pm. Director John A Parry; Producer Mary Fourt
HELPLINE: [number removed]; lines are open until
9.00pm all this week.
Another chance to see this pilot episode which launched the first series of Star
Trek: the Next Generation.
Encounter at Farpoint. While exploring mysterious planet, Captain Picard comes up against a strange being known as Q, who holds the crew to ransom for the evils of the human race.
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Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Lt Tasha Yar:
Orang-utans ... out on a Limb
Another chance to catch a rare glimpse of orang-utans in their natural environment, high in the trees of the tropical rainforest. The location is a remote region of northern Sumatra, Indonesia, where the film follows the first year of life of a baby orang-utan nicknamed Yossa. Yossa's parents are the dominant members of their species in the area. But family life forthese apes remains a constant struggle for survival as their home is situated in one of the most threatened environments in the world. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Susan Western
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Concluding the series in which self-taught chef Nick Nairn goes on culinary travels around Scotland.
It's winter in the Trossachs and Nick Nairn is joined by 1994 BBC Masterchef Gerry Goldwyre, who learns how to shoot pigeon before being sent to a mountain cottage to cook lunch for two hungry climbers.
Meanwhile, Nick catches pike from the Lake of Menteith and prepares a mousseline of pike with chervil and tomato butter sauce, followed by a creme brulee for dessert.
BBC book: Wild Harvest with Nick Nairn is available in hardback, price £14.99, and paperback, price £9.99, from booksellers.
The last of a four-part drama set in the 19th-century
American West. Starring
Robert Duvall , Tommy Lee Jones
Return. Despite Deets' death, the Hat Creek Outfit continues on itsjourney. Meanwhile, Gus is surrounded by hostile Indians, with little hope of escape. See today's choices. See last night's episode for cast
With Peter Snow. Tonight, the secondof three films, leading up to next week's Unicef world conference, revealing serious breaches of human rights against children. Newsnight travels to Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York, reportingon the exploitation of children intheinnercities. Subtitled ..........
To commemorate the bicentenary of the death of Robert Burns , American author and poet Maya Angelou remembers her first literary encounter with the great Scottish poet. Angelou makes a pilgrimage to Burns country in Scotland, where she explores the poet's life and philosophy, and the parallels with her own experiences which have inspired her poetry. During her voyage, she meets a group of Burns enthusiasts, known as the Burnsians, who welcome herto a party in Ayrshire.
Director Elly M Taylor ; Executive producers Catherine Aitken and John Archer
Followed by Weatherview
The Break-up. Grace realises that the children like Ben more than she does.
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12.30 Renewable Energies
1.30 Global Tourism Rpt
2.00 Book Lover Collections 3
4.00 Buongiorno Italia 5-8: DiezTemas 10: Spanish Globo 6
6.00 Something in the Air Repeat
3571990 6.25 Data about Data Repeat 3590025 6.50 Developing World The Poverty Complex Repeat