Crime drama, the first in a double bill offilms starring Spencer Tracy
Also starring Sylvia Sidney
Joe Wilson , mistaken for a child kidnapper and attacked by a raging mob. is determined to have his revenge.
Director Fritz Lang (1936)
Black and white Subtitled .................
* See Films: pages 68-79
Sporting comedy, second in a double bill starring Spencer Tracy
Also starring Katharine Hepburn
Shady sports promoter Mike Conovan sees a way of making money from feisty PE instructor Pat Pemberton.
Director GeorgeCukor(1952. U)
Black andwhite ............................. # See Films: pages 68-79
Quiz show about Asian culture, history and lifestyle. Stereo ........................ TO TAKE PART: please send an SAE to [address removed]
Asian arts magazine with guests, actors Helen Brodie and Gulshan Grover.
Profiles of successful Asians in Britain, tod ay featuring music producer
Bally Sagoo. Stereo.....
A look at birds inhabiting woods, heaths, mountains and moors
Bilko Giveaway. Bilko takes first prize on a quiz show.
Movies under review are Wilde, Shooting
Fish and subUrbia.
Shown last Monday. BBC1 Stereo
Documentaries about famous relationships. Marilyn Monroe and Joe Di Maggio
Examining the ill-fated marriage between the sex symbol and the baseball legend.
Drama starring Clark Gable
Marilyn Monroe , Montgomery Clift
In Reno, an ageing cowboy drifts into the company of three other misfits - each in search of a meaningto their lives.
Director John Huston (1961, PG)
Blackandwhite ♦ See Films: pages 68―79 **** ♦ What do you mean, you've never seen ... : page 60
When Spring Is Sprung. Simon Templar rescues a beautiful Russian spy.
First shown on ITV
Memories from the Top of the Pops archives, plus today's hits. StereolTop of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
David Vine presents live coverage of the Grand Prixfrom Bournemouth. Plus indoor bowls action from Preston Guild
Hall, as the semi-finallists battle for a place in tomorrow's final. Stereo.
With Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft. .
In November 1996 a senior police officer, an MPwith a private army and a right-wing fugitive were killed in a car crash near the town of Susurluk,
Turkey. In the boot of the car were automatic guns equipped with silencers. This, claim critics of the Turkish government, was proofthatthe state itself was involved in a war of attrition in which thousands particularly those in the Kurdish regionslosttheir lives. ReporterJulie
Flint asks if the state can, orwill, investigate itself.
Editor Fiona Murch ; Producer Guy Smith
The Monument. Turner prize-winning sculptor
Rachel Whiteread isoneof Britain's leading artists with a growing reputation at home and abroad. The last year has been an extraordinary one for her: she's had a major retrospective at the Liverpool Tate and was the British representative at the 47th Venice Biennale, where she won the prestigious Award given each year to the best young artists. This film follows heroverthe course of the year as she struggled to fulfil her commission to build a Holocaust memorial in Vienna.
Director Nichola Bruce : Series editor
Michael Poole WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/works
Former Daily Mirror editor Roy Greenslade takes a look at the week's newspapers.
Are You Crazy? This question was put to Life magazine photographer David Sherman by soldiers who couldn't believe he had willingly stepped on to the battlefield. This programme examines six key images of the Second World War, from Daily Mail snapper Herbert Mason's photo of St Paul's under siege to Joe Rosenthal's controversial - some say staged - picture of marines raising the American flagon Iwo Jima.
See today's choices.
Director Liz Hartford; Series producer Tim Kirby
A celebration of the work of the versatile
Maureen Lipman -a successful actress, columnist, author, singer, comedian and raconteur. With contributions from friends and colleagues such as Richard Wilson , Jenny Agutter and Julia McKenzie. See today's choices. Producer Adrian Sibley ; Editor
An Unmarried Couple. An episode of the classic comedy. How does an agony aunt repair her own troubled marriage?
Written by Len Richmond and Anna Raebum Director/Producer John Reardon
First shown on ITV
Second-round coverage continues as world champion Ken Doherty faces people's favourite Jimmy White.
Presented by David Vine.
The Kingdom of the Dead. A look at the cult classic film Night of the Living Dead, made by group of friends on a shoestring budget. Plus a visit to the home of film director Roger Corman , the connection between English castles and American novelist
Edgar Allan Poe (a film based on one of his works follows at
11.30pm) and the enduring imagery of blood.
Directors Ann Hawker and Mike Ibeji Series producer Dev Varma
Horror adapted from
Edgar Allan Poe , starring
A medieval Italian prince revels in the corruption of innocence, the exercise of cruelty and the pursuit of pleasure. But outside his imposing castle walls, a horrific plague rages.
DirectorRoger Corman (1964, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 68―79 ****
This week's guests include Baby Bird, Christy Moore. Polly Jean Harvey, Jamaican reggae star Luciano and blues chanteuse
Director Janet Fraser Crook: Producer
Mark Cooper Repeat Stereo ..
Followed by Weatherview