With Signing. Stereo ........................
Animation. Repeated at 1.00pm. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Lassie must find the mother of a lonely fawn. (Repeat)
Animated antics with the cool chipmunks.
More heroic adventures with the wolf-dog. (Repeat)
Cartoon about an inventor and his robots. (Repeat)
The last in the series of art shows. (Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Cartoon. Dilly has an indoor picnic. (Repeat)
A country walk is planned, but Grandpa has hay fever. (Stereo)
A look at the life and enduring career of this popular Hollywood film Star. (Repeat)
The Favour. A fellow passenger saves
Kitty's life when her stagecoach is attacked. First shown on ITV
When the local radio station closes due to lack of money, Bilko takes over.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Wine production in Australia. Repeat.
Animation. Shown at 7.30am. (Stereo)
Open University preview, stereo ..
Elderly people who start up a business.
Last in the series. Repeat
Oprah Winfrey takes a look at the summer's movie releases. (Stereo)
Rosemary Lenzo explores Indian methods of preserving food, and learns howto make long-lasting popadoms. Repeat ..
1956 Pathe News. Blackandwhite...
Haida Gwai - Islands of the People
A look at Canada's wild Queen Charlotte
Islands, traditional homeland of the Haida Indians and habitat of the black bear and bald eagle. Repeat Stereo Subtitled...
Western adventure, the second oftwofilmsthisweekstamng
Y Barbara Stanwyck
Co-starring Gary Cooper , Ruth Roman
Jeff Dawson is an oil prospector in 1930s Mexico who has to contend with attacks from villainous bandits and the romantic intentions of an unscrupulous woman. Director Hugo Fregonese (1953)
Black and white ..................................
* See Films: pages 66-74 ***
Feature-length adventure about the US astronaut transported to the future.
Planetofthe Slave Girls. DrHuer sends Buck Rogers and Colonel Wilma Deering to Vistula, an agricultural world where most of Earth's s vegetable protein is grown, to investigate his suspicion that poison in the food supply is causing disease among the fighting forces.
Col Wilma Deering:
Wildlife film-makers John and Simon
King record a year in a swan's life, some aspects of which have rarely been seen before. Drift the swan and her mate,
Sallow, live and breed in the Somerset wetlands and have done so for many years, barely noticed by casual spectators. Butis life for Europe's largest waterbird the smooth, tranquil existence that it appears to be? Producer John King ; Director Simon King
Concluding the journey through six centuries of warfare with military historian Professor Richard Holmes.
Goodwood. Goodwood was the name chosen forthe British armoured break-out from the Normandy bridgehead in 1944. The operation was later called the death ride of the armoured divisions. Richard Holmes follows in the tracks of the tanks, and interviews a tank crew member who tells of the horrors of "brewing up".
Director Steven Clarke ; Series producer Mark Fielder
Before the last of the summer glory fades from his Hampshire garden, Alan Titchmarsh prepares for spring. Valerie Waters visits a Cheshire garden, lovingly created from a stagnant swamp; Pippa Greenwood explains how to avoid buying bulbs which have been taken from the wild; and Stephen Lacey shows the magical blend of modern and traditional design in the gardens at Sutton Place near Guildford in Surrey. (Stereo)
Dough. Who needs to win the National Lottery? In their hour of need, Richie discovers that Eddie has come up with an original money-making scheme.
Written by Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall Director Bob Spiers ; Executive producer
JonPlowman Repeat Stereo
The third in an irreverent six-part series of the fast-moving comedy sketch show. This week, the team look at some common ailments of the 1990s, and completely fail to have any effect on them at all. 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 second in a new six-part series.
Presenter Johnny Vaughan dispatches his undercover agent Danny Brown - akathe Fall Guy-to infiltrate the lives of practicaljokers and seek hilarious revenge on behalf of theirvictims.
The Chef and the Dancer. This week,
Danny Brown has to impersonate a chef and a ballroom dancer. Johnny Vaughan delivers his instructions through a hidden earpiece, while top chef Ainsley Harriott and expert dancer Lionel Blair offer professional advice. Two celebrity guests, comedian Sean Lock and TV presenter Lorraine Kelly , suggest ways to make the revenge sweeter still.
Producer Liz Molyneux ; Series producer Richard Fell
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Presented by Peter Snow , including Charles Wheeler 's latest report from America on the Democratic Party
Convention taking place in Chicago.
As the Edinburgh Festival draws to a close, Emma Freud and Jack Docherty take a look back at some highlights. Plus, coverage of the spectacular fireworks display from Princes Street Gardens, with accompaniment by the Scottish Chamber Orchestra playing music by Handel and Brahms.
Last in the series.
Followed by Weatherview
Crime drama starring
' Mickey Rourke
Eric Roberts , Daryl Hannah
Charlie is a confident young hustler in New York's Little Italy, but his inability to shake off his inept and accident-prone cousin, Paulie, proves to be his nemesis.
Director Stuart Rosenberg (1984,15)
♦ See Films: pages 66-74 ***