Bryan McNerney visits Norwich, once the secondcityinthekingdom. Repeat
First in a double bill of westerns.
Starring Roy Rogers
Border investigator Roy Rogers is called in to deal with trouble at a silver mine. Help comes in the surprising shape of western novelist Lee Madison.
Director William witney(1947) .... * See Films: pages 46-54 **
Second in today's western double bill. Starring Joel McCrea , Nika Mina
In a mountainous region of Canada,
Dan Treego and his dog Luke pursue a wild mustang-fora reward of$500. He meets a youngorphan boy, and together they embark on a dangerous adventure.
Director John Champion (1976) ♦ See Rims: pages 46-54 **
Café Chocolate. The
Teletubbies watch a boy preparing drinking chocolate.
Chef Brian Turner explores the food and music of Dublin. Repeat
Continuingthe season of films directed by Alfred Hitchcock with a double bill, this murder mystery stars
Derrick de Marney , Nova Pilbeam
When Robert Tisdall finds the body of a murdered younggirl washed up on the beach, he immediately runs off for help. But when two girls witness his flight, a murder inquiry ensues.
(1937, U) Black and white ♦ See Films: pages 46-54
Thriller, second in today's films by Alfred Hitchcock , starring
Joseph Cotten , Teresa Wright
When Uncle Charlie arrives in the small
Californian town of Santa Rosa, he is welcomed with open arms by his family. However, his niece soon beginsto harbour doubts about her favourite uncle.
(1943. PG) Black and white The Hitchcock season of films continues on Friday with Mr and Mrs Smith at 12.55am
♦ See Films: pages 46-54 *****
Live coverage of the final in this year's World Championship, featuring frames 17-24. Coverage continues at 7.30pm.
Introduced by David Vine. srereo.77837143
Nostalgia quiz. With Martyn Lewis.
For Queen and Colony
The story of the sophisticated social structures within the insect world - where the guard changes outside the queen's residence, a new shift of workers clocks on and nurses dash from babyto baby, checking that each is fed and healthy.
Such activities occur among some of the most bizarre insects in the world, including parasitic wasps that hijack the living bodies of other insects, and wasps that trim the antennae of cockroaches.
Producer Steve Nicholls
Series editor Mike Salisbury
Director Stephen Frears talks about his favourite moments from Notorious.
Monthly series looking at British motor sport. Second-round action in the British Rally championship comes from Kielder Forest in Northumberland.
Alister McRae leads the championship after winning the opening round in Wales.
Jason Plato, new on the scene at this year's British Touring Car championship, shocked everyone by taking pole position for his first two races. Can he live up to this amazing start?
And at Santa Pod, the home of British drag racing, Viveca Aversted will be trying togo under five seconds for the standing quarter-mile, which has never before been achieved in Europe. With Steve Rider. Series producer Mark Wilkin
Live coverage of the World
Championship final, through to its climax, from the Crucible.
In a contestthat has seen its share of surprises - from the shock defeat of third-ranked
Peter Ebdon by outsider
Stefan Mazrocis , to the record-breaking 147 by Ronnie O'Sullivan - only the presence of Stephen Hendry as a finalist can be counted on. Or can it? Introduced by David Vine.
As the snooker final is live, subsequent programmes may be subject to change
Classic murder mystery starring Dana Andrews
GeneTierney Clifton Webb
Detective Mark McPherson investigates the brutal murder of a young woman, who is identified as Laura Hunt after the body is discovered in her apartment. As he begins to interview the suspects, including a sardonic newspaper columnist and a debonair playboy. McPherson finds himself becoming fascinated to the point of obsession by Laura.
Director Otto Preminger (1944, U)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pp 46―54 *****
Followed by Weatherview
OPEN UNIVERSITY 12.30am This True Book of Ours: How Leonardo da Vinci and Andreas Vesalius contributed to modern knowledge of anatomy Repeat 88983
1.00 Writing and Publishing In the Market Place: Author Jeanette Winterson talks about the commercial aspects of literature Repeat 69419
1.30 The Colonial Encounter: a look at the meanings that were attached to African art in France in 1900, and how African art has been displayed in museums since then.
2.00 EnglishTime: Throwaways by Ian Stachan : a new dramatisation of the effect of a corrupt society on its children;
then Media File: It's Not Like the Book, Miss: how film-makers interpret books
4.00 Italia 2000: Religionie Communita in Italia: religious life in Italy Repeat 44273
4.30 Royal Institution Discourse: Professor Kuniaki Nagayama describes the way in which intermolecular forces cause protein arrays to self-assemble 26612
5.30 RCN Nursing Update Unit 70: Presentation Skills
6.00 Discovering 16th Century Strasbourg: looking at the architecture of Strasbourg and what it reveals about the city's "golden age" Repeat
6.25 Kedleston Hall: exploring Robert Adams 's architectural masterpiece Repeat
6.50-7.15am Cragside House-from Lodge to Palace: what does this building, by industrialist Lord Armstrong, reveal about Victorian life and taste? Repeat
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