Barbeque. The gang watches a barbecue.
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A small boy encounters a loveable spider. Repeat Stereo ..
Jumping. Today some children test their jumping skills. Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
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A Missing Person. Walter Tatum investigates the disappearance of a Singer. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ..
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An occasional series on food. Today's topic isquorn. Repeat Stereo .....
Jim McColl is making progress with his vegetables and Lesley Watson plants containers to attract wildlife.
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The Great Rift: Out of the Ashes. The second of three films about the Rift Valley looks at the Masai people. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. The final film is on Thursdayat2.05pm.
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War drama, continuing the Robert Mitchum season offilms.
A hardened Second World Warveteran pilot agrees to keep an eye on a younger frightened pilot during the Korean War. But then the young pilot is shot down behind enemy lines.
Director Dick Powell (1958) The Robert Mitchum season continues with Macao. tomorrow at 4pm
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Major Cleve Saville:
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A look at the customs of afternoon tea,
With Glynn Christian. Repeat
As the Will Turns. While visiting Hilary at the television studios, Will gets hired as an actor on a soap opera, but then finds that his love interest in the show is a man. Repeat
Tension mounts at Hartley High with the arrival of a Muslim student from Lebanon. At the Warehouse, Mai tries to come to terms with her split from Ryan.
Pop music magazine.
Jamie Theakston goes backstage at a special concert in New York raising money for freedom in Tibet. U2, Blur's Damon Albarn, Noel Gallagher from Oasis, and the Beastie Boys, talk about their performances and what the concert means to them.
Ninth in a 13-part series of investigative programmes from the BBC regions.
A Slim Chance. When Sandra Williams reached 21 stone, she knew she had to diet or put her life at risk. Through her video diary and interviews with reporter Sally Mountjoy , tonight's programme follows her struggle to become, almost literally, half the woman she was.
Sandra's medically-supervised regime of just 400 calories per day replaced food with sachets of protein and mineral powder for months, although she still continued to cook for her family. With obesity reaching epidemic proportions in the UK, specialist Dr Nick Finer explains that one in six adults is putting their health at risk and advocates more help for the seriously overweight.
Producer Zoe Clough First shown in BBC Southwest
Word panel game refereed by Bob Holness. With team captains Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig , and guests
Ian McKellen , Belinda Lang , Roy Hudd and Anne Gregg. Producer Helena Taylor
Executive producer Richard L Lewis
Third in a six-part series in which chef
Ainsley Harriott goes global in search of the world's best barbecue ideas.
South Africa. This week Harriott visits the Cape province in South Africa and investigates the township taverns where a barbecue burns all day. At a secluded beach kitchen, he samples a seven-course al fresco seafood banquet and tries a Cape speciality, ostrich sosaties. See today's choices. Director Ben Warwick Producer
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Drama. Tragedy strikes
Sam and Jessie Yates when one of theirtwins dies in a freak domestic accident, onlyto return in ghostly visits.
Director Lee Grant (1994)
Postponed from 8 July
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Followed by Talking Tate Actress Farnces Barber discusses Millais's Ophelia.
With Gavin Esler.
Drama about a young man torn between two sets of friends after a racist attack.
Written and directed by Alrick Riley Producer Andrew Rowley
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John Hegleytakesa a look at the life and work offellow poet Seamus Heaney.
Producer Laura Granditer
Political chat show. Presented by Lesley Riddoch. Stereo..
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