Silent comedy shorts directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin.
At 7.00 The Idle Class (1921, U). trampfinds his dreams coming true when he is mistaken for an aristocrat.
At 7.30 Sunnyside (1919). A handyman thinks only of his sweetheart, but the arrival of a city gent confuses everything.
Black and white Codefor7-7.30am ........ Codefor7.30-8am .............................. Code for 7-8am (not PDC) * See Films: pages 52-58 ****
Chris Eakin and Sarah Montague present a news and sports roundup
9.00 Q Asia
Quiz testing three teams' Asian expertise. With Sahera Chohan.
9.30 Network East
A look behind the scenes at Network East's Live Mega Mela event in Birmingham, plus an interview with Bollywood singer Pankaj Udhas.
Producer Bish Mehay ; Asia 2 editor Paresh Solanki Videoplus code for 9-9.30am ................. Code for 9.30-ll.20am ................. Code for 9Ã¢ÂÂ11.20am (not PDC)
Clive Mason and Carolyn Nabarro introduce an extended edition of the magazine for deaf and hard-of-hearing people that reviews the events of 1998. With signing and in-vision subtitles.
Producer David Horburry .................... WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
Antony Worrall Thompson cooks smoked-haddock cakes, while guest chef Sophie Grigson concocts her version of kedgeree. Shown last Monday Subtitled ............
Ealingcomedy. A Hebridean island community senses a chance to replenish its whisky stocks when a cargo ship is stranded offshore.
Director Alexander Mackendrick (1949, PG)
Blackandwhite Subtitled ................. ♦ See Rims: pages 52-58 *****
Captain Paul Waggett:
Saturday Matinee science-fiction fantasy, starring Rod Taylor
New Year's Eve 1899: a brilliant young inventor amazes his dinner companions by informing them that he intends to take a voyage through time into the future.
DirectorGeorge Pal (1960, PG) Subtitled. What Makes Us Tick continues TimeSeason, 6.50pm * See Films: pages 52-58 ****
David Filby/James Filby:
The first English heat of the sheepdog trials programme, coming from Llanfair Talhaiarn, Clywd. Introduced by Robin Page, with on-course commentary coming from Gus Dermody.
Testament of Arkadia. The origins of life on Earth are found in outer space as the Moon's progress comes to a sudden halt. Written by Johnny Byrne.
First shown on lTV. Subtitled.
Another raid on the archives produces music from Rick Astley , New Kids on the Block, Madness, Peter Frampton and Rod Stewart. With Steve Wright .......... Top of the Pops is Friday at 7 .30pm on BBC1
Ray Stubbs is joined by Bobby George for action from the semi-finals at Frimley Green. Victors in the first-to-five-sets clashes will proceed to tomorrow's final, live coverage of which is at 6pm.
Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer Malcolm Kemp 3S
In the last few months, significant strides have been made towards locating the human body clock. This documentary follows the quest forthe elusive element and explores the brain's stopwatch -the device allowing the measurement of the passage of time. See today's choices.
Producer Alison Baum : Executive producer Michael Mosley Digital widescreen
Time Season: Century Road is at 8.10pm * See PollyToynbee: page 10
Fergal Keane's exploration of Ireland's troubled history.
Keane meets Derek Hussey, an Orangeman and member of the Northern Ireland Assembly who lives in the border town of Castlederg. Hussey's best friend was killed by the IRA, but Hussey has now to communicate with supporters of the murder- a role casting him as both traitor and peacemaker.
Late Review host and Guardian columnist Mark Lawson casts an eye over the week's press.
Four more programmes examiningthe concept of time.
8.10 New series Century Road
Four-part series that travels to British roads built at the start ofthis century and, with interviews and archive newsreels, recounts residents' personal histories of their 20th-century experience.
Century Road near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, is home to a midwife who delivered the area's babies, while anotherwas amongthe first soldiers to liberate Belsen.
See today's choices.
Director Penny Woolcock; Executive producer George Carey Digital widescreen
* See Polly Toynbee : page 10
Time-management is one of the burning lifestyle issues as we approach the new millennium. Corporations profit hugely from dispensing advice on how best to arrange clients' timetables.
David Stafford takes the experts to task in Silicon Valley, California, Salt Lake City in Utah and back in Britain to see if they really can change the way in which people's lives are run.
Director Mick Conefrey ; Executive producer Clare Paterson
Then Suspended in Time Artist Darren Almond explains how an accident triggered an obsession. Contains strong language. Producer Gregor Cameron ; Executive producer Clare Paterson Subtitled
10.00 Clockwatch Wells
Cathedral Clock. A look at one of the world's most bizarre clocks, showing the phase of the moon as well as the day and the time. Producer Colin Spector ; Executive producer Clare Paterson
Digital widescreen Seinfeld at 12.05am continues Time Season Clockwatch concludes tomorrow 10pm
Val Kilmer , Sam Shepard
FBI agent Ray Levoi , a part native American, is abruptly ordered from Washington to investigate a murder on a Sioux reservation. Widescreen.
Director Michael Apted (1992, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 52-58 ****
Walter Crow Horse:
Maggie Eagle Bear:
An episode of the American comedy series told as a continuous series offlashbacks.
The Betrayal. When Jerry, Elaine and George travel to a wedding in India, their sexual secrets return tohauntthem. Subtitled.
Teenage Caveman is at 1.15am
Ray Stubbs introduces highlights from today's semi-final matches, played overthe best of nine sets, with commentary coming from Tony Green. ..
Fantasy adventure starring Robert Vaughn
Despite his upbringing in a harsh tribal environment, a young rock dwellertackles the dangers lurking in the forbidden lands beyond the nearby river. Director Roger Corman (1958)
Blackandwhite Subtitled ......
* See Films: pages 52-58 **
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