Numbers-Three. Some children learn about the numberthree.
Shownyesterdayatl0.45am Stereo ..
The little car meets marchingband. Repeat
Animated tales from the Evergreen Forest. Repeat
Dave Benson Phillips hosts the battle of the generations. Repeat Stereo Subtitled
Repeat Subtitled ...........................
Teletubbies watch children making hay.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
The art series on watercolours looks at painting reflections.
Comedy starring Greta Garbo
Comrade Ninotchka is sent to Paris to investigate the activities of a Soviet trade delegation, but comes to learn that love is more than a chemical reaction.
Director Ernst Lubitsch (1939. U)
Black and white ............................. ◆ See Films: pages 42-48
Count Leon d'Algout:
Grand Duchess Swana:
An artist's story........................
The final of the quiz show. Hosted by Michael Aspel.
Can the Arctic's rich reserves of oil and minerals be extracted without pollution? (Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Regional News and Weather
The Museum. A year in the life of London's Victoria and Albert Museum.
Regional News and Weather
' Mark Twain 's classic satire continues the season of films starringGregory Peck
In a wager, a penniless American is given a £1 million note which he must keep intactfora month.
Director Ronald Neame (1953, U) The Gregory Peck season concludes with The Vear/ingtomorrow at 4pm
◆ See Films: pages 42-48 **** ◆ Barry Norman on Gregory Peck : pp 40
Duchess of Cromarty:
Jacques Pepin prepares sausage, potato and cabbage soup. Repeat
Followed by A Day That Shook the World
In 1963 Martin Luther King led a Civil Rights march to Washington DC. Biackandwhite
The Sons of Mogh. Kurn is determined to regain his honour through a death ritual.
StarTrek is tomorrow at6.05pm
The weekend saw the streets of London's Notting Hill filled with music, dancing and festivities in Europe's most exotic and energetic annual spectacle.
Comedian Felix ix Dexter presents his essential guide to the carnival, and meets some of the revellers who make this colourful event so memorable.
Producer Sara Kozak
The second of eight programmes looking at how history has shaped current news stories. Presented by Mark Urban.
Tonight the extraordinary story of Scotland's last parliament, which voted itself out of existence in 1707 and, as Australia's cricketers return home,
Kev Carmody reports from the Oval on the very first Australian cricket tourists to play in England, the Aboriginal Eleven of 1868. Editors Archie Baron and Neil Cameron
The first of six programmes looking at aviation through the eyes of pilots and passengers.
Tonightthe pressures of long-haul flights, the bush pilots flying aid into the dirt strips of east Africa and a trip in the Royal Navy's newest helicopter. Introduced by Hazel Irvine. See today's choices.
Executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver
◆ See This Week: page 7
The United Arab Emirates
Jeremy Clarkson discovers that the days of gold Cadillacs are gone, as young Arab drivers aim for speed above everything else. But he still manages to find a Sheikh who's built a truck as big as a house and has a Mercedes of every colour in his garage. Director Dennis Jarvis
Fourth and Dick. Dick learns about the importance humans place on football.
Dr Mary Albright:
Celebrities share some very private memories of being the child who was picked on at school. See today choices.
See This Week: page 8
In the Home. Dealing with physical orverbal abuse from one's partner. The next programme is tomorrow at
6.55pm. Stereo Subtitled .
Writer Tony Marchant talks about Holding On, his ambitious new drama for BBC2 this autumn.
Fans discuss their obsession with the sci-fi series. subtitled.
Followed by Video Nation
Highlights from the final week of the Festival.
Followed by Holiday Weather
Tracey MacLeod reports live from the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. Nominated forthis year's prize forthe album of the year are the Prodigy, Spice Girls, Radiohead, John Tavener ,
Beth Orton , Chemical Brothers,
Mark-Anthony Turnage ,
Roni Size , Primal Scream and Suede.
An extended version of this programme will be shown on Saturday night Director Janet Fraser Crook
Producer Mark Cooper
Poverty Rpt 48271 1.00 Changing Climate? Rpt Stereo 12417 1.30 Television to Call Our Own
2.00 Book Lover Essentials
4.00 Italianissimo 17-20
BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 The Small Business
Programme: Twenty Steps to
Better Management-the Drama
6.00 Environment-the Heat Is On
Rpt Stereo Subtitled 8845487 6.25 Traditions and the Environment