Sports and activities series.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Will mud extinguish a fire? Repeat
Parliamentary update. Stereo ....
Sergeant Bilko proposes marriage.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
The Amelia Earhart Mystery. The strange case of the American aviatorwho disappeared during a flight in 1937. Black and white/colour ....
PaddlingPool. Children play in the water,
Drama based on the play by George Bernard Shaw , adapted by Graham Greene , and starring
Jean Seberg. Richard Widmark
In 15th-century France, ayoung farm girl has a vision that tells herto lead an army.
Director Otto Preminger (1957)
Black and white.....
* See Films: pages 46-53
Occasional food series. Repeat .
Business news. Stereo ....
Animation. Fiona and Ravi chase Boomer. Repeat
Film about the vaquero. the forerunner of the Wi Id West cowboy. Repeat..
Traditional dishes and music from Sweden.
With Brian Turner
Live coverage from Parliament.
Comedy, the second of two films this week starring Jerry Lewis
When a showbusiness management team loses a famous comedian it decides to replace him with a fall guy, a patsy.
Director Jerry Lewis (1964) * See Films: pages 46-53
* Interview with Jerry Lewis : page 42
Documentary series about the work of an Australian vet
Up the Long Ladder. The
Enterprise rescues a missing Earth colony-then the crew is caught in a clash of cultures.
Steve Rider reports from the Royal Troon golf club, Ayrshire, on preparations for the Open. Coverage starts tomorrow at
Stranger in Paradise. In March 1986, advertising executive Julie Chimes was stabbed 35 timesjust outside her London home. She believes she actually died from her injuries, and that an out-of-body experience brought her backto life and gave her a spiritual awakening.
Director Marcus Ryder ; Executive producer Debbie Christie
Tonight KirstyWark looks into a dispute overthe future of an old cinema in Devon and Simon Thurleygoes on a subterranean exploration for the remains of London's River Fleet. Also,
Raine, Countess Spencer enjoys Cheltenham, a town with which herfamily has many links. See today's choices.
Editor Basil Comely Stereo........... WEB SITE: www.bbc.cok.uk/One Foot
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The second of six wildlife films from around the world.
The crystal-clearwaters of the Soca river in the Slovenian Alps are home to the giant marble trout. Tonight's programme tells how local biologist Jose Ocvirk saved the marble trout from the brink of extinction. After becoming preyto starving First World War soldiers, the fish was then threatened by brown trout introduced in the 1920s. This film charts the marble trout's life from egg to adulthood, and shows how it still must battle for survival againstthe brown trout and a range of predators. Narrated by Barry Paine. Series producer Paul Appleby
Wiesenthal, the 88-year-old survivorof a dozen Second
World War concentration camps, is the most famous and persistent hunter of Nazis. For over half a century he has sought out fugitives suspected of war crimes against the Jews. But his single-minded methods have not been universally respected, even byfellow anti-Nazi activists. The film includes interviews with novelist
Frederick Forsyth - author of The Odessa File, in which the fictionial Nazi-hunterwas based on Wiesenthal -former Austrian president Kurt Waldheim and Wiesenthal himself. It also investigates Wiesenthal's role in the 1961 capture of the notorious Adolf Eichmann.
Director Saskia Baron ; Series editor Janice Hadlow
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Classic comedy from starring Harry H. Corbett, Wilfrid Brambell
Also featuring Peggy Thorpe-Bates and Marie Makine.
(Black and white) (Repeat) (Subtitled)
Followed by Talking Tate
Rica Jones of the Tate Gallery's conservation department on Marcus Gheeraets's Portrait of Captain Thomas Lee.
Presenter (Talking Tate):
Presented by Huw Edwards.
Rhona Cameron and Richard Fairbrass host the lesbian and gay entertainment show. Executive producer Neil Crombie Series editor Frances Dickenson
Followed by Weatherview
The late-night political chat show, with Andrew Neil.
12.30am The Chemistry of Creation Rpt Stereo
1.00 The Chemistry of the Invisible Rpt Stereo
1.30 The Chemistry of Creativity
2.00 Star Gazing Collections 3
The Sky at Night and Images of the Cosmos
4.00 English Heritage Visitor Management Rpt 36524 4.30 Unicef in the Classroom Short
Stories Rpt 35814 5.00 Basic Skills A Different Way of Doing
Things Rpt 13104 5.30 Voluntary Matters InvolvingPeople
6.00 Harvesting the Sun
7962104 6.25 Problems with Ions
Rpt 7941611 6.50-7.15am Plants: Problems with Water
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