Music with Debbie. It's song-and-dance time forthe Teletubbies. Shown yesterday at 10.45am Stereo ..
Animation. Pat has a message for Rev Timms. (Repeat)
Animated fun from the Evergreen Forest. Repeat ......
A look at desert snakes. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .
Repeat Stereo ...............................
Last in the current series of art programmes. Smart returns in October. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .
Animation. The station band must polish their act. Repeat.
Animation. The elephant attempts to fly. Repeat ................
Numbers-Three. The gang learn about the number three.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
Suzanne Dando learns how to reflect the seasons in her paintings. Stereo ..
Classic comedy starring Cary Grant
Abby and Martha Brewster come across as rather strange. But their doting nephew Mortimer discovers they have a penchant for poisoning people.
Director Frank Capra (1944. PG)
Black and white Subtitled ............... + See Films: pages 42-48 *****
Teddy Roosevelt Brewster:
Wordgame. Stereo ..................
Kingdom of the Ice Bear: the Land of Beyond. The second of three programmes examines the changes brought about by the Arctic's brief summer. Part three is tomorrow at 2.05pm
Regional News and Weather
The Partners. The documentary series goes behind the scenes of the John Lewis Partnership. Repeat Stereo Subtitled.
Regional News and Weather
Romantic adventure, continuing the season starring Gregory Peck San Francisco in the mid-19th century proves to be an attractive haven for men like Captain Jonathan Clark , a daring seafarer well used to playingcat and mouse with the Russians around Alaska.
Director Raoul Walsh (1952) .... The Gregory Peck season continues with The Million Pound Note tomorrow at 4pm
♦ See Films: pages 42-48 ** ♦ Barry Norman : page 40
Captain Jonathan Clark:
Countess Marina Selanova:
Birds found on farmland. Stereo ....
Shades of Grey. A deadly microbe invades Commander
Riker's central nervous system, sending him into a coma and forcing Dr Pulaski to intervene.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6pm Repeat Stereo Subtitled...
The documentary series exploring the problem of bullying in schools. While most schools deal with bullying by punishing or excluding the culprits, Carterton Community College in Oxfordshire has adopted a controversial new approach to tackling the problem. It is called "No Blame" and involves no punishment - but does it actually work? The season continues tomorrow at 9.25pm. See today's choices. Producer Joanna Head
Primary School. Bullying starts in the nursery. This programme looks at ways to build children's confidence and lets them know that it is vital that they let an adult know if they are attacked. The next programme is tomorrow at 10.05pm. Director Kimberely Littlemore
When Montana Morgan, a young Westerner, joins Bilko's platoon, the Fort Baxter boys become cowboy conscious and Bilko becomes money conscious.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
This week Richard Wilson takes a step back in time as he explores the gothic splendour of Glasgow University. Simon Thurley embraces the postwar "enemy" of old buildings - the skyscraper. And Kirsty Wark probes the furore surrounding plans to ring in the new millennium.
See today's choices. Series editor Basil Comely
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Period drama starring Sam Neill, Greta Scacchi
Australia 1918. Jack and his niece Sally live on a rambling sheep station in the outback. Their lives are disrupted by the return, after 22 years in London, of the pompous Alexander, brother of Jack, and father of Sally. Furthermore, he is accompanied by his beautiful, younger wife Deborah, who, inevitably, attracts the attention of not only Jack, but also Max, the local doctor, and a regular social caller.
See Films: pages 42-48 ****
Dr Max Askey:
Fans discuss their obsession with the sci-fi series.
Followed by Video Nation
Current-affairs programme, presented by Nisha Pillai.
Dr Martin Luther King has been immortalised as one of the great champions of civil rights and non-violent protest. But in the 29 years since his assassination, a more complex picture of his personality has emerged, as this film reveals.
Postponed from 30 July Director John Akomfrah ; Series editor Janice Hadlow
Architect Zaha Hadid extols the virtues of the Willis Corroon building in the centre of Ipswich, a classic work of seventies high-tech. Repeat Stereo ..
Followed by Weatherview
12.30am The Cretaceous
Greenhouse World Poles Apart
Subtitled 47521 1.30 Rapid Climate Change
2.00 Book Lover Collections
6.00 Designs for Living
9596175 6.25 HarvestingtheSun Rpt 4346472 6.50-7.15am
Problems with Ions
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