The wildlife of the Everglades National
Parkin Florida. Repeat Stereo ......
' First in a western double bill, starring Buster Crabbe in a dual role.
Billy the Kid becomes the sheriff of Sage
Valley, but his double, the evil Kansas Ed, masquerades as the new lawman.
Director Sherman Scott (1942)
Black andwhite ............................... * See Films: pages 60-70 **
Western, concluding today s double bill. starnngTim
Holt Bob and his sidekick Chito are falsely accused of murder. But they'll need to escape from jail to prove their innocence. Director Lesley Selander (1948)
Black and white * See Films: pages 60-70 **
Star Qualities. Patrick Moore explains howto find the stars in the winter sky.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Asia-orientated quiz show. Stereo .. TO TAKE PART: please send an sae to [address removed]
Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan chats to Mo Dutta and Amanda Hussain about his film career.
Young British Asians discuss the subject of arranged marriages. Stereo .....
Visiting CorfeCastle, Dorset. Reoeatl
Including a review of Seven Years in Tibet. Shown last Monday, BBC1 Stereo
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton Recalling the turbulent relationship between the two screen icons. Last in the series. Burton stars in Raid on Rommel,
Second World Wardrama opening a Saturday Matinee double bill. Starring
Richard Burton Libya , 1942: a British army agent leads an attack on Rommel's gun positions at Tobruk. In widescreen format.
Director Henry Hathaway (1971, 15) ♦ See Films: pages 60-70
The Saturday Matinée double bill concludes with an adventure starring Rock Hudson
Captain Peter Keith is anxious to put to sea with a cargo of furs before his ship becomes icebound. But a trader has designs on his cargo and his wife Dolores. Director Joseph Pevney (1953) ♦See Films: pages 60-70
The Organisation Man. The Saint is trained as a mercenary in a mysterious Private army. Starring Roger Moore.
First shown on ITV Repeat
Memories from the Top of the Pops archives, plus today's hits. Stereo. Top of the Pops ison Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Opening nine days' coverage from the Guildhall, Preston, of the UKchampionship. Presented by David Vine. Stereo.
Steve Rider previews the RAC
Rally, the final round of the world championship, which starts tomorrow at Cheltenham racecourse. Coverage begins on BBC2 at 2pm. stereo ..............
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather David Lee
Presented from the Middle East byJeremyBowen.
Matthew Carney reports from East Timor, 21 years afterthe country was invaded by Indonesia. Since then, the occupying forces havetriedto wipe out armed resistance. Up to a third of the population is believed to have died, but the struggle against oppression is still gathering momentum.
Editor Fiona Murch
A Walk on the Wild Side.
Simone de Beauvoir , author of The
Second Sex, is renowned as a feminist icon and remembered for her enduring relationship with Jean-Paul Sartre. However, attheageof40, shortly before writing The Second Sex, she fell in love with American writer
Nelson Algren , who was to become one of America's toughest realist writers. This programme tells the story of their passionate affair.
Director Louise Wardle ; Series editor
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/works
NigellaLawsonof TheTimes looks overthe week's press.
DirectorVernon Antcliffe; Producer
Augustus - First of the Emperors In 44BC, a little-known teenage relative of the assassinated
Julius Caesar stepped into the vortex of Roman politics. He was to triumph over Mark Antony and Cleopatra in a brutal civil war and become Rome's first Emperor.
Avivid portrait of Augustus, one of history's great political leaders, studies the methods he used to steer the empire towards the zenith of its power.
Directors Phil Grabsky and Peter Nicholson Producer Phil Grabsky BBCBOOK: I, Caesar, price £17.99
Topical news quiz with host Angus Deayton and captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Shown yesterday Stereo
The camp comedian presides overtwo more disputes between members of the public, with regularguestJuneWhitfield.
Should a 12-year-old boy be given his own front-door key in spite of his parents'serious reservations? And will Julian's own brand of community service be enough to silence a pub regularwhose chat-up lines, claims the landlady, have reached their sell-by date? Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producer
♦ Everybody's talking about ... Julian Clary : page 13
The second of six documentaries from both established and lesser-known film-makers located around the world.
Alan Berliner 's poignant portrait of his father, Oscar - a man who neither wanted to be the focus of a film nor believed his life was important enough a subject. See today's choices.
Series editor Nicholas Fraser Stereo
With music from Bristol trip-hop band Portishead, takingtracks from their eponymously titled second album, Faithless, the Seahorses, who will be playing their new single YouCanTalkto Me, and Tanya Donnelly , once of Throwing Muses and Belly. Introduced by Jools Holland. Director Janet Fraser Crook
Producer Mark Cooper * Bristol fashion: page 50
David Vine with further action from the UK championship at
Preston's Guildhall. Stereol
' Drama starring
Tyvian Jones is living the high life in Venice on the success of his autobiographical book. which has been made into a film. Here he meets Eva, a married woman with a taste for men and money. He is soon obsessed with her.
Showing in widescreen format.
Director Joseph Losey (1962, 15)
Black and white.......................
♦ See Films: pages 60-70 ****
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