Disney children's adventure. starringWalterSlezak, Bryan Russell
Ten-year-old Emil is on his way to Berlin carrying money for his grandmother. After being robbed, Emil tries to recover the cash. Director Peter Tewksbury (1964. U) ♦ See Films: pages 54-66 *
Legacy. On a mission to war-torn Turkana Four, the crew of the Enterprise meet Ishara Yar, sister of their late colleague Tasha.
Star Trek: Voyager is tomorrow at 6pm
Capt Jean-Luc Picard:
Cmdr William Riker:
Speakers expound their views on a matter of personal interest. After Work. For people to live happy and fulfilled lives, contends lecturer Conall Boyle , they need to be doing some sort of useful and productive work. But certain jobs - parent, cleaner, volunteer-are undervalued because they receive neither recognition of their importance nor a basic wage.
Boyle advocates a scheme that would provide a small basic income to every man, woman and child, throughout their lives and without conditions attached.
This, he says, would allow people to pursue the sort of work they really wanted, without the stress of low income or low status.
Producer Gerry Pomeroy ; Executive producer Debbie Christie
The Italian gastronome continues his culinary exploration of the south of his homeland.
Puglia. Carluccio makes his own version of a local bread and prepares sausages with roasted pepper sauce. He also creates an antipasto with sun-dried tomatoes, samples blends of olive oil and prepares a meal on the feast day of San Lorenzo.
Producer Caius Julyan: Executive producer Peter Bazalgette CEEFAX: page
BBCBOOK: Antonio Carluccio s Southern
Italian Feast. price£17.99 ♦ See Food: page 34
DIY and interior-design magazine. Fiona Samler and psychologist David Cohen design seductive bedrooms, Jocasta Innes shows how to make a batik wall hanging and Sophie Chandler creates an eleganttable lamp. The Lewsey family face a fresh crisis when the builders walk out. Presented by Tessa Shaw. Series producer Franny Moyle
♦ Try some DIY: page 9
♦ Win a giant American fridge: Giveaways, page
Can a rundown council estate in Bacup, Lancashire, achieve a sense of community pride through a gardening competition among its residents? Housing officer Patrick Collins thinks so, and he plans to make sure everyone takes part. Last in the series; Modern Times returns in the autumn. See today's choices.
In late 1996 hundreds of people in a small Scottish town fell victim to the Ecoli 0157 bacterium in the world's most serious outbreak of E coli-related food poisoning. Twenty people died as a result. Outbreak reveals howthis invisible killer invaded Wishaw.
Producer Hilary Rosen : Executive producer MarkWakefield Stereo
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The Way of the Weed
A sci-fi dance narrative, set in the year 7079. A researcher is sent out to investigate the results of an old experiment on weeds. Producers Peter Missotten and AnnQuirynen Stereo .............. Just Enough Distance tomorrow 11.15pm
Note: repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 The Chemistry of Survival
Subtitled 40697 1.00 The Chemistry of Power Subtitled 59448 1.30 The
Chemistry of Life and Death
2.00 Maths 2
4.00 The New Get By in German-language for travel. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Trouble at the Top OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Ozone The Hole Story
9000036 6.10 A Clean Get-Away! 3170559 6.35-7.00am Fighting RustinYourCar
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