7.30Tweet Tweet. A butterfly appears in Teletubbyland.
Shown yesterday at 10.45am Stereo ...
Animation about a boy whose pictures come to life. (Repeat)
Animated adventures from Evergreen Forest. Repeat ..
Including animation with Tom and Jerry and Pingu. Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1
The animated hero. Repeat
Last in a four-part live action adventure. Paul and Jesse fight for their lives. (Repeat)
Animation with the little blue creatures. (Repeat)
Animated fun. Mr Benn becomes a cowboy. (Repeat)
Bubbles. The gang watch some children making bubbles.
Repeated next Monday (Repeat) (Stereo)
David Lean 's Oscar-winning adaptation of Charles Dickens 's classic novel, starring John Mills
An orphan boy suddenly comes into a fortune from an unknown benefactor.
Director David Lean (1946, PG)
Black and white See Films: pages 48-55
♦ What do you mean, you've never seen .. : page 45
Pip (as an adult):
Estella (as an adult):
Pip (as a child):
Estella (as a child):
A Puppeteer's Story. Bryan Clarke realises his lifelong ambition -to be a Punch and Judy man on Lowestoft beach. Repeat
Sweetness and Light. Today Thai sweetmeats, banana in coconut milk and banana fritters. Stereo............
The UK Embassy Darts final is synonymous with summer. This programme looks at the significance of the sport. Repeat ....
Golf Live coverage of the second round of the Women's British Open from the beautiful Old Course at Sunningdale.
Racing From Newbury, featuring races at
2.40, 3.10 and 3.40. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Willie Carson. Commentary by Jim McGrath and Jimmy Lindley.
Producer Chris Lewis (Racing) .............
Including at2.55 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Further live coverage of the Women's
British Open from Sunningdale
Western starring Tab Hunter, Natalie Wood
Young farmer Trace Jordan discovers that his brother has been murdered on the orders of Joe Sutton, a wealthy rancher. With the help of Maria, another victim, Trace sets out to avenge his brother's death. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Stuart Heisler (1956)
* See Films: pages 48-55 **
Paul Taylor has reworked a trio of his most popular works for the screen. These threetriumphant dances are about love, longing and war and are set to popular songs spanningthe forties, fifties and sixties. Company B, Funny Papers and A Field of Grass are danced by the Paul Taylor Dance Company in the setting of a disused ballroom, dressed foreach period and awaiting the demolition or wrecker's men.
Director Matthew Diamond
Alan Titchmarsh takes cuttings from his shrubs and pots up freesiasforwinter colour.
Ceri Thomas visits John Tordoff. winner of the show's 1996 small garden competition. Pippa Greenwood assesses the results ofthe practical gardening trials she conducted earlier in the season and Stephen Lacey visits a Cornish garden which is at its best in late summer.
Series producer John Percival
Executive producerTony Laryea
BBC MAGAZINE: Gardeners' World is available from newsagents
♦ Alan Titchmarsh : page 32
The anarchic black comedy. Apocalypse. Itissaidthat money isthe root of all evil. But Richie and Eddie show that this is simply nottrue and that it's all a question of bad luck.
Written by Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson Director/Producer Ed Bye
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ...........
Comedy series starring Gregor Fisher
Growth. In the first of a two-part story Rab becomes seriously ill, but for once drink isn't responsible- he's only had eight pints of beer.
Written by Ian Pattison
Director/Prod ucerColin Gilbert
Rab C Nesbitt:
The series in which Nick Hancock
finds out about celebrities' pet hates.
In tonight's programme, he invites Terry Wogan to talk about his pet hates-which include
EastEnders, Have I Got News for You, sex on wildlife programmes, Eric Cantona and chat show guests who won't converse. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer
Lissa Evans Stereo Subtitled. ..
Then Video Nation Shorts
Topical news analysis and interviews, presented by Huw Edwards.
A chance for viewers to see the best of the comedy at the Edinburgh Festival in three live specials presented by Mark Lamarr. Tonight's programme features comedy from the Palladium Theatre where David
Baddiel, Dylan Moran and Milton Jones are on the bill and Mark
Lamarr also performs some comedyturns of his own.
Producer Ron Bain
Vienna, 1957: Max, an ex-SS officer, is working as a night porter in a luxury hotel, where some of his wartime colleagues are also hiding. The situation becomes complicated when his ex-lover, a former concentration camp inmate, reappears.
Director Liliana Cavani
(1973,18) * See Films: pages 48-55
Followed by Weatherview