6.10 A Migrant's Heart
6.35 Never Mind the Quality....
7.05 Hubbard Brook
7.30 Debates about Boxing
David Robertson and Rebecca Jones
Present a news and sports roundup.
Actress Patsy Byrne reveals her interest in genealogy to Peter Curran
Flying Machines. Kate Bellingham examines the physics and technology of flight and looks at the future ofjet travel.
Series producer Andrew Law And at 10.35 Cyberart- Sub-merge
Digital art in a Liverpool nightclub. FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline 0870 (calls charged at national rate): Ceefax: page 626: orwebsite: www.open.ac.uk/saturday
Lara Crooks hosts the programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people. With signing and in-vision subtitles... WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
A dessert and cheese course all in one.
Shown last Monday Subtitled ............ CEEFAX: page
Western starring Bobby Darin
A Confederate officer renounces violence after he accidently kills afnend.
But he is then made a sheriff. Widescreen. Cal Wayne BOBBY DARIN , Amy Martin EMILY
BANKS. Grant Evers LESLIE NIELSEN , Joe Slade DONNELLY RHODES. Ward Kent DON GALLOWAY DirectorWilliam Hale (1967)
Digital widescreen Subtitled .... * See Films: pages 54-59 **
Saturday Matinee drama, the first of two films starring Sidney Poitier
A travelling handyman has a profound effect on the lives of five nuns.
(1963) (Black and white) (Subtitled) ****
Sidney Poitier stars in In the Heat of the Night at 9.05pm
See Films: pages 54-59
Saturday Matinee western, the first of two films starring Rod Steiger.
An ex-Confederate soldier, who refuses to accept the "death" of the South, joins up with a Sioux Indian tribe.
(Rod Steiger is in "In the Heat of the Night" at 9.05pm)
(See Films: pages 54-59)
Robin Page introduces the final of the brace competition. Commentary on the trials comes from Gus Dermody.
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...............
The Rules of Luton. Maya and John are accused of "murdering" some flowers. Written by Charles Woodgrove
First shown on ITV
Bucks Fizz, ABC and Tight Fit are among the acts on the archive music show.... Top of the Pops is on Friday at 6.55pm
Then Welcome to Las Vegas City stories, starting with singer Gladys Knight. Subtitled
A Canine Affair. As thousands of dog owners prepare their animals for this year's Crufts -which opens at Birmingham's NEC on Thursday-this programme previews the prestigious show and looks at how man's best friend influences people's lives. Coverage of Crufts begins next Saturday on BBC2.
Producer Rupert Rumney ; Executive producer Mike Ward
In the last of three documentaries exploring topical issues,
Gordon Brewertravels back-after 12 years of living in London and Tokyo-to his native
Scotland as it prepares to embrace home rule.
Setting out to discoverwhat it means to be a Scot, Brewer learns some unexpected lessons in the modern politics of national identity. He hears the views of a cross section of people, including former minister Lord Mansfield, who blames Margaret Thatcher forthe upsurge of Scottish nationalism, and George Kerevan , a former Trotskyist who now supports the cause of the Scottish National Party. Producer Alison Cahn
Editor Anne Tyerman Subtitled...
Fergal Keane presents tonight's programme from the war-torn West African country of Sierra
Leone. As the violence spreads to Freetown -the country's capital - and its citizens flee underthe cover of darkness,
Keane finds a local hotel is still taking bookings.
Sue Lloyd Roberts looks at a growing number of bride-stealing cases in Kyrgyzstan, a former Soviet republic in Central Asia, and there's a disturbing report that reveals evidence of military instigated atrocities on the Indonesian island of Biak.
Series producer Lucy Hetherington
Editor Fiona Murch
The late sixties and early seventies saw a new era of detente emerging as the Soviet leadership sought to build bridges with the west. Henry Kissinger entered into secret negotiations with Le Due Tho of North Vietnam as America tried to secure a ceasefire before the 1972 presidential election. Narrated by Kenneth Branagh. See today's choices.
Series producer Martin Smith ; Executive producers Jeremy Isaacs and Pat Mitchell
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Oscar-winning drama. Starri ng Sidney Poltler
In a small southern town, a black stranger is arrested forthe murder of a rich industrialist.
The bigoted police chief subjects him to an interrogation, only to find that his suspect is a top homicide cop from Philadelphia.
Director Norman Jewison (1967, 15)
♦ See Films: pp 54-59 ***** ♦ Southern discomfort: page 50
Mrs Leslie Colbert:
Clive Anderson hosts the political panel game, with guests comedian Hugh Dennis and FatherTed's Pauline McLynn. Shown last Monday
Digital widescreen Subtitled .....73 Then Welcome to Las Vegas With architect David Curtis. Subtitled
The Modem Times strand continues with a darkly comic documentary exploring vanity and desire in modern America.
It charts the exploits of four very different individuals on the New York singles'scene, who encounter mixed fortunes in their pursuit of a partner.
Contains strong language.
Amsterdamage continues the Modern Times strand on Wednesday at 9pm.
Director Nicholas Barker ; Executive producer Stephen Lambert
' GWPabst's screen adaptation of the classic musical drama by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill , starring Rudolf Forster
Polly Peachum , daughter of the beggar king of London, vows revenge after she is seduced by the dashing reprobate Mack. In German with English subtitles. Director GW [Georg Wilhelm ] Pabst(1931) Blackand white
♦ See Films: pages 54-59 ****
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