Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Golf Highlights of the final round of the LPGA tour championship from Las Vegas. Only the top 30 players qualify forthe
L450,000 tournament, which is the last official event of this year's American tour. Commentary by Alex Hay and Beverly Lewis. Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Peter Allden
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather
The Square Triangle. An adulterous woman finds that she has killed an alien instead of her husband.
Commander Straker ED BISHOP, Colonel Foster MICHAEL
BILLINGTON, Lt Ellis GABRIELLE DRAKE. Liz Newton
ADRIENNE CORRI , Cass Fowler PATRICK MOWER
Written by Alan Pattillo ; Director David Lane
FirstshownonlTV Subtitled ..................
Lt Ellis Gabrielle
The programme goes east as Tiff Needell reports on the first race at China's newZhuhai track, and the Master Rally reaches Mongolia. Plus
Damon Hill and Tommi Makinen reflect on their success in Formula One and the World Rally Championships, and Tony Mason reports on the Scottish Hill Rally. Series producer Ken Pollock ; Editor Dennis Adams
Wine writer Malcolm Gluck , champion of the ordinary drinker, compares the different approaches of new and old world wine-makers. See today's choices. Producer Tina Fletcher ; Executive producer
Fiona Pitcher Stereo Subtitled ................ INFORMATION: see Ceefax page
Internet address: http://www.bbc.co.uk/gluck ♦ Gluck on Wine: page 48
Stefan Buczacki visits the gardens of Mount Stewart, County Down, where he is joined by local experts to answer horticultural questions. Children's author Martin Waddell explains how escapingto the garden helps the imagination, and Merle Osborne of the Ulster Wildlife Trust visits the wild gardens of Rowallane.
ProducerClaire Boulter; Series producerClare Stride
Celebrity quiz show hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer , with team captains
Ulrika Jonsson and Mark Lamarr. The guests are singer Donna Air , comedians Morwenna Banks and Griff Rhys Jones , and actor Stephen Tompkinson. See today's choices.
Director Mark Mylod ; Producer Alan Marke
Repeated next Sunday Stereo
The crew urgently need engine parts from a stomach-churningly ugly tribe, but the chief is only interested in one trade: Lister must marry his daughter.
The comedy news quiz, hosted by Angus Deayton. Team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton take a satirical look at the events of the last seven days.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Richard Wilson
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
The best in black entertainment, hosted by comedian Felix Dexter.
Get It On Angie Greaves introduces the raunchy computer dating show.
BrothersandSisters Drama. Howfar will Darren go to keep Latifa?
Written by Maurice Bessman
Blouse and Skirt Tony Morris referees a topical battle of comic wits.
Hang Time Fiona Neeranjohn goes behind the doors of the rich and famous.
Beginner's Guide to.... A series of brief weekly guides to black cultural icons.
Executive producer Dele Oniya
Followed by Weatherview
Sister Rose Peters:
Drama, continuinga series of Swedish films featuring
Unhappily married Johan Borg innocently takes his ex-secretary out to dinner. But his wife's illegal abortion traps Johan in a cycle of blackmail and death. In Swedish with English subtitles.
Director Gustaf Edgren (1935)
Black and white .................................
♦ See Films: pages 69-76 ****
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