Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Your Place or Mine? (S)
6.35 Non-Euclidean Geometry
7.00 Global Fantasy 2 (S)
7.30 Picturingthe Genders (S)
A roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
Driving School's Maureen Rees and her husband Dave test their French in Calais. (R) (W)
A look at the implications of Britain's immigration policies for asylum seekers. (R)
As software companies battle to control the World Wide Web, can its inventor protect his dream of a system available to everyone? (R) (S)
How former citizens of a Pacific island return to see the effects of phosphate mining. (R)
A look at the enduring appeal of the mythical poem Beowulf.
(R) (W) FURTHER INFORMATION: call 0870 0302 (calls charged at national rate). Website: www.open2.net
In this week's summer special, actress Jean St Clair introduces excerpts from past See Hear programmes. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Thursday at 2.35am on BBC1
Back to Basics. Patrick Moore explains terms from the astronomical lexicon.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 (S)
Musical biography about Enrico Caruso , the Naples choirboy who became one of the world's greatest tenors. Director Richard Thorpe (1951. U)
(S) Films: pp 60-68 ****
Today's two Saturday Matinée films are part of the Americans at War season. Frank Lovejoy stars in this account of the fearless winter withdrawal of the 1st Marine Division from Korea. Director Joseph H Lewis (1952)
(BW)(S) To Hell and Back is at 4.55pm Films: pp 60-68 **
The BBC Young Musician, cellist Guy Johnston, represents the UK in this international event at the Grieg Concert Hall in Bergen, Norway. The jury is led by Finnish conductor Esa Pekka-Salonen and includes Britain's Evelyn Glennie , Michael Thompson and Michael Collins. With Stephanie Hughes. (S) (W)
Last of today's two Saturday Matinée - Americans at War films. Drama about the life of Audie Murphy , the most decorated American soldier in the Second World War. Widescreen. Director Jesse Hibbs (1955, PG)
(S)(W) Films: pp 60-68
As a taster to / Love the Seventies which begins at 8.55, an episode of the classic seventies comedy starring Polly James and Nerys Hughes as Liverpudlian flatmates.
Beryl is peeved that Sandra has managed to get engaged but keeps the identity of her own boyfriend a secret.
Written by Carla Lane : Producer Sydney Lotterby (R) (S)
Reporter Dinah Lammiman investigates Britain's cancer services and asks why, despite promises by successive governments to take action, one in three Britons will develop the illness and one in four die from it. See Choice.
Producer Anna Lloyd ; Editor Anne Tyerman (S)
Latest reports. Weather Michael Fish. (S)
Followed by Viking Stories (S)
Continuing the rerun of the Bafta award-winning documentary series that asked how a cultured nation at the heart of Europe could have allowed Hitler's rise.
Tonight's programme examines the burgeoning of popular support for Hitler during the thirties and includes a screening of Night of the Amazons, a colour propaganda film from the period showing a Nazi pageant. Interviews with former followers of Hitler and victims of his regime also reveal the surprising level of voluntary assistance given by ordinary German citizens to the Gestapo. (R) (S)
Continuing the new Saturday-night strand celebrating a decade of popular culture, spotlighting everything from the fads, fashions and films to the stars, sounds and sport. Ends 2.00am. See Choice.
8.55 I Love 1971
A series focusing on every year of the decade, each presented by a celebrity well known for their connections with the seventies. Tonight Britt Ekland looks back to 1971, the year in which she broke into the limelight with her role in the cult thriller Get Carter. She recalls the craze for space hoppers, the wonderfully insane children's television show, Banana Splits and ponders the success of singles like Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep. (S) W)
Thriller based on the novel by William
Goldman, starring Dustin Hoffman , Laurence Olivier and Roy Scheider. In New York, two elderly men die in mysterious circumstances. In Paris, an attempt is made on the life of US agent Doc Levy. And, back in Manhattan, Doc's brother Babe is soon embroiled in a deadly and violent plot involving the sinister Dr Szell, the Nazi known as the "White Angel". Widescreen.
Director John Schlesinger (1976, 18 ) (S) Films: pp 60-68 *****
of the Seventies Continuingthe rerun of the series capturing the decade's classic football action, which this week focuses on the 1971/2 season.
Producer Chris Kelly ; Executive producer Tony Moss (R) (S)
Science-fiction drama. A group of scientists aboard a space station are recalled from their mission to refurbish a devastated planet Earth. But one resists and enlists the help of special robots to continue the project. Ends 2.00am.
Director Douglas Trumbull (1971, U) (S) Films: pp 60-68 ****
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Dynamo: Key Stage 1 - Numeracy 2. Teaching five- to seven-year-olds how to tell the time. Ends 5.00am.