With Signing. Stereo .....
Animation. Repeated at 1.00pm. (Repeat)
Lassie tackles a dangerous gunman. (Repeat)
Today's subject is energy. Shown yesterday, 4.30pm. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Animated adventures. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Art show. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Rosie saves Ruff from being kidnapped. (Repeat)
Poppy wakes up in a very bad mood indeed. (Stereo)
Which Way Did He Go, McGill? McGill is hired to find a recently released prisoner.
First shown on ITV
Morticia invites two social climbers to tea.
Black and white Repeat
Cartoon cat capers. Repeat .............
Further live coverage from the Oval.
Continued at 1.35pm on BBC1.
Animation. Shown at 7.30am. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Open University preview, Stereo ..
Food as an aphrodisiac. Repeat...
1956 Pathe News. Black and white.
Today, the amazing ways that towns sell themselves. Stereo Subtitled ...
An art lesson from Ottery St Mary's Cricket
Club. Last in the series. Repeat ...
Today, how cats express themselves.
Presented by Roger Tabor. Repeat.
Regional News and Weather
Timbuktu Bruce Pearson travels to the flood plain of the River Niger in Mali, where millions of birds spend the winter.
Regional News and Weather
Action quiz game. Today's guest is Falcon from Gladiators. Repeated next Monday. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Written by Rebecca Stevens and Peter Tabern.
Comedy. Gran returns from America with Lambkin's cousin Floozie. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Unusual records, including the world's smallest submarine. (Repeat) (Stereo)(Subtitled)
Further live coverage of the second day's play between England and Pakistan, from the Oval.
In tonight's coverage, athletics and swimming dominate the proceedings, plus the semi-finals of the men's wheelchair basketball and the finals of the volleyball, cycling and archery. Presented by Helen Rollason , with commentary by Hamilton Bland and Paul Dickenson.
Producer Rupert Rumney
Tonight's programme includes an interview with Italian film director
Bernardo Bertolucci at the British premiere of his new film Stealing
Beauty, which launched 19-year-old actress LivTyler into stardom. Plus, more highlights from the Edinburgh
Festival. Presented by Emma Freud and Jack Docherty
Continuing the journey through six centuries of warfare with military historian
Professor Richard Holmes. Arras. In May 1940the Germans staged a lightning invasion of Belgium and France, in a new kind of armoured warfare called blitzkrieg.
Richard Holmes traces their route to the French city of Arras, where a small British force launched a counter-attack that gave the Allies a vital breathing space.
Director Steven Clarke : Series producer Mark Fielder
This week, a visit to the borough of Rushmoor, winner of the "best city" in the regional section ofthe 1995 Britain in Bloom competition. This year's organisers have enlisted the help of the whole community in their efforts to make Rushmoor blossom again, putting up hanging baskets in the shopping centre and planting flowers outside the pubs. Stephen Lacey appraises the new planting policy at Cowley Manor near Gloucester, the first major garden in England to adopt the Dutch and German fashion for naturalising perennials.
Plus, there's a report on Welshman Bob Winter and the delicate, brightly coloured diascias that fill his garden in Gwent. Presented by Alan Titchmarsh. Series producer John Percival ; Executive producer
TonyLaryea Stereo ♦ Tribute to Geoff Hamilton : page 17
Break. A swinging holiday in Doncaster is complicated by Richie's desire to lose three stones in weight in eight hours.
Home liposuction with a vacuum cleaner clearly isn't the answer. Written by and starring Ade Edmondson and Rik Mayall. Director Bob Spiers : Executive producer
Jon Plowman Repeat Stereo
The second in an irreverent six-part series of the fast-moving comedy sketch show. This week, Scottish poet Robert Burns stages a daring comeback, 200 years after his own death. Starring Ronnie Ancona, Andrew Fairlie, Alan Francis, Greg Hemphill, Ford Kiernan, Fred MacAuley, Jane McCarry, David McGowan, Gavin Mitchell and Julie Wilson Nimmo.
Director/Producer Ron Bain
The first in a new six-part series.
Presenter Johnny Vaughan dispatches his undercover agent Danny Brown - aka the Fall Guy - to infiltrate the lives of practical jokers and seek hilarious revenge on behalf of their victims.
This week, Danny Brown poses as a top-class photographer and a hopeless magician in order to help two victims get their own back on friends who tricked them in the past. His instructions are delivered through a hidden earpiece, while expert photographer Mauro Carraro and professional magician Paul Zenon offer advice. Two celebrity guests, comedian Phill Jupitus and model Tania Bryer, suggest ways to make the revenge sweeter still.
Producer Liz Molyneux : Series producer Richard Fell
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
National and international news with KirstyWark.
Highlights of the second day's play between England and Pakistan, from the Oval. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Louise Ma-rleau Gaston , a struggling trumpeter, returns to Montreal. Florence, despite her many admirers, loves him, but Gaston is much more interested in her daughter, Soledad, who has just found outthat her lover has been unfaithful.
In French with English subtitles.
Director Andre Forcier (1990) ♦ See Films: pages 38-42 ***