10.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9) 2616397 10.50 The Art (ages 11-14)
Stereo 2696533 11.10 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Stereo Subtitled 1812484 11.30 English File (ages 11-16)
12.00 Scene (ages 13-17) Pig Boy
Written by Stephen Handley
Tiff Needell reviews the first year of the Vauxhall Vectra one-make championship series, which was conceived as atraining ground for drivers who are keen to make a career in touring cars. Meanwhile, for driversjust setting out in the sport, the Caterham Scholarship series is seen as the ideal first step; it includes a variety of events from hill climbs to racing in identical low-cost sports cars. Vicki Butler-Henderson visits the Snetterton circuit near Norwich to see how well the concept works. Series producer Ken Pollock ; Editor
In tonight's One Foot in the Past special documentary, which forms part of the BBC's 75th anniversary celebrations, writer and broadcaster Patrick Wright seeks out the story behind
Broadcasting House in London. Following a day in the life of the building, he watches actor
Donald Sinden in a radio play and prepares for his own late-night radio role.
See today's choices.
Producer Peter Lydon
Concluding the gardening series. The Isle of Wight. The team of Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh create a racetrack garden for Gary Axford. His mother Anne wants to surprise the teenage wheelchair user, who is keen on racing radio-controlled cars but can't make use of his garden because of its uneven surface.
Producer John Thornicroft
Executive producerCarol Haslam
+ Alan Titchmarsh : page 50
The sci-fi comedy concludes. Nanarchy. The crew catch up withtheirownspaceship Red
Dwarf and meet an old friend. A new series starts next summer.
Written by Paul Alexander , James Hendrie , Doug Naylor ; Director Ed Bye
Executive producer Doug Naylor
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer hostthe celebrity game show. Tonight's guest panellists are fashion designer David Emanuel , TV presenter Judith Hann , Mark Homer (Tony in EastEnders) and singer Lisa Stansfield. With Matt Lucas as George Dawes. Last in the series. The second series will be shown again on BBC2 from next Friday. Director David G Croft ; Producer
Topical news quiz with host Angus Deayton and team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer
Richard Wilson Repeated Sunday at
Then Sharkbites Another person recalls the first time they saw the film Jaws, which will be screened tomorrow at 9pm.
Crime drama, based on real events in the fifties, starring
John Mclntire Phenix City, Alabama is a town in the grip of mob violence, buta young lawyer is determined to breakthe reign of terror.
Director Phil Karlson (1955)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pages 70-82 ***
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