Animation. Repeated at 1.00pm. (Repeat)
Lassie reunites a lost puppy with its owner. (Repeat)
Musical rodents' cartoon adventures.
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1.
Hari goes to see Mr Panwallah, who is very ill. Last in the series. (Repeat) (Subtitled)
Peggy shows her friends how to tell the time.
Profiling actress Grace Kelly. Repeat
The story of actor Cary Grant. Repeat 9564
Aguest has come to marry Gomez.
Black and white Repeat
Another chance to see the series exploring how and where wine is made. Today, a look at champagne. Repeat
Today, a National Trust estate manager talks about this new pOSt. Stereo.
Brian Turner visits Yorkshire. Last in the series
Today's programme emphasises safety.
How Italians preserve food. Repeat
Today, myths and misunderstandings.
Last in the series. Repeat
Land of the Kiwi
Exploring the scenery and natural history of New Zealand. Repeat Stereo
Drama, the first of two films this week starring Barbara Stanwyck r Back in town afterten years in the big city, Mae Doyle marries safe and dependable fisherman Jerry D'Amato. However, she soon finds herself in the arms of Jerry's best friend. Mae Doyle
BARBARA STANWYCK , Jerry D'Amato PAUL DOUGLAS . Earl Pfeiffer ROBERT RYAN. Peggy MARILYN
MONROE, Uncle Vince J CARROL NAISH
Director Fritz Lang (1952) Black and white. Barbara Stanwyck is in Blowing Wild, tomorrow at 4.00pm * See Films: pages 66-74
Cool Stars Matter. Discussingthe importance of infra-red research in astronomy. With Patrick Moore.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo Shown last Sunday on BBC1 Stereo INFORMATION LINE: [number removed]. Calls cost 39p per min cheap rate, 49p per min at all other times
The science-fiction series set on a space station returns.
A Cardassian academic, once the love of Quark's life, is brought aboard Deep Space Nine where she and her students are accused of terrorism. See today's choices.
Commander Benjamin Sisko:
Major Kira Nerys:
Dr Julian Bashir:
Lieutenant Jadzia Dax:
The classic western starring
James Arness as Marshall Matt Dillon.
Mistaken Identity. Fugitive Ed Carstairs assumes the identityofMel Gates, a man suffering from amnesia. Carstairs realises he has to get rid of Gates before the latter recovers his memory.
Gunsmoke: The Favour, tomorrow at 11.15am
First shown on ITV ................................
This week, Kirsty Young and herteam visit Forest Hill in Oxfordshire. An
89-year-old woman needs help with her council house, which has been riddled with damp for the past nine years; a 12-year-old boy is worried that his dyslexia might limit his career prospects; and a farmer has trouble with people trespassing on his land. Other residents explore a barter scheme designed to compensate the loss of the local shop. Last in the series.
Producer Emma Read ; Executive producer
TomGutteridge Stereo Subtitled ............... FACTSHEET: send an A4 sae to [address removed]
Highlights of today's action, from Old Trafford, in this first of three one-day internationals between England and Pakistan as they vie for the Texaco Trophy. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Geoffrey Boycott and David Gower.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie Stereo. .
Tonight, newlywed Birds of Feather star Pauline Quirke searches for the perfect honeymoon spot in India. She hires a classic Indian car, the Ambassador, and heads forthe
Himalayan foothills. Herfirst stop is
Simla, the former summer capital of the British Raj, where she discovers an English church, a manor house and a cafe that serves fry-ups.
Tina Ritchie , news and traffic presenter on Radio l's Breakfast
Show, explores Amsterdam's canals by pedalo. Plus a look at a variety of Christmas holiday ideas.
ProducerAnna Beattie; Editor LizWarner
* Reader offer: page
XYWomen. Tonight's film follows the lives of two women who are genetically male. Christina, 44, knew from an early age that she was different from other girls, and has never felt comfortable being a woman. Melanie, 18, speaks frankly about what her male chromosomes have meant both physically and in relation to her female identity.
Producer Hilary Clarke ; Executive producer
Jonathan Drori FACTSHEET: send an sae to [address removed]
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
In this classic episode of Hancock's Half Hour, first shown in 1960, Hancock plans a 15-year reunion with his wartime army friends - but people change.
(Black and white) (Repeat) (Subtitled)
Man in off licence:
With KirstyWark in the studio, and Charles Wheeler reporting from
Including a play featuring Ex-EastEnder Anita Dobson , plus a work from Spain that mixes circus, opera, dance and acrobatics. Stereo ........................
Grace Really under Fire. Grace and her co-workers find themselves hostages to a disgruntled refinery employee.
For cast see Tuesday Stereo Subtitled .
12.30 Towards a Better Life Repeat
70672 1.00 This Little Flower Wentto
Market Repeat 11092 1.30Greenberg on Art Criticism Repeat
2.00 Star Gazing Essentials Repeat 45
4.00Quinze Minutes 4-10; French
Experience 2; Spanish Globo 9,10
6.00 The Regulation of Flowering Repeat 3211566 6.25 R i C h a rd 1 Repeat
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