Repeats are not indicated.
6.10 Art in Australia (S)
7.00 Fortress Europe 49725 7.30 The Bobigny Trial (S)
A roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
The implications of mobile communication. (R)
A look at pensioners' response to the declining value of the state pension. (R) (S)
How virtual reality lets architects walk though buildings before they are constructed. (R) (S)
A look at a company run using traditional Chinese business practices. (R) (S)
Was the drink really invented by an Englishman? (R) (W) INFORMATION: call [number removed] (calls at national rate). Website: www.open2.net
Maureen Reed has clips from past programmes. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Thursday at 2.55am on BBC1
How the nine-banded armadillo thrives in the USA. (R) (S)
Drama starring Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. Strong-minded Sam Peek, smothered by his grown-up children after his wife's death, takes in a snowy stray dog that only he can see. Director Glenn Jordan (1993. U)
(S) Films: pp 50-55 ***
Star-studded drama anthology. When the Marquess of Frinton
1 buys a yellow Rolls-Royce for his wife, little does he realise that the car has an exciting future ahead of it. Widescreen.
Director Anthony Asquith (1964)
(S)(W) Films: pp 50-55 **
Andrew Duncan interviews Shirley MacLaine : page 6
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Further coverage of the Shergar Cup, featuring the final races at
3.50 and 4.25. Introduced by Clare Balding , with commentary by Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Graham Rock.
Sunday Grandstand has more racing from Ascot tomorrow from 2.05pm
Huw Edwards returns to his native Llanelli to sample the music, poetry, drama, prose and arts of one of Europe's biggest cultural festivals. (S) (W)
The Middlesex Charity Sevens from Twickenham. Eddie Butler introduces highlights of the day-long competition, plus the final live at 6.15. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Nick Mullins. Director Lakviar Singh ; Producer
The Scandal of the Erika. Last December a 25-year-old tanker, the Erika, broke up and sank off the coast of Brittany, causing one of the worst oil spills Europe has ever seen. The Erika had cleared her safety inspections and was deemed seaworthy by the authorities: it was the accident the industry said could never happen. Tom Mangold investigates what went wrong, and asks why the tanker industry seems unable to steer itself away from the rocks. Editor Fiona Murch (S)
In anticipation of tonight's I Love the Seventies at 8.55 pm, the first of two episodes this week of the classic comedy. Cold Feet. As all his contemporaries seem to be getting divorced, Bob has doubts about his forthcoming marriage.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer James Gilbert (R) (S)
Another episode can be seen on Thursday at 7.30pm
Continuing the Bafta-award-winning documentary series.
The Nazis' reign of terror in Poland resulted in the extermination of almost one fifth of its population. But one of the most brutal episodes of "ethnic cleansing" in history was also characterised by huge population upheavals, chaos, petty squabbles and sheer bloodlust. (R) (S)
Continuing the Saturday-night strand celebrating a decade of popular culture, from the fads, fashions and films to the stars, sounds and sport. Ends 2.35am. See Choice.
8.55 Love 1973 Singer Noddy Holder looks back to the year the seventies began in earnest. As the kungfu craze swept the western world, snorkel parkas made an unlikely fashion statement, glam rock rivals Sweet and Slade competed to dominate the charts and Kojak star Telly Savalas proved that even a bald guy sucking a lollipop could be cool.
Director John Holdsworth ; Series producer Alan Brown (S) (W)
9.55 Enter the Dragon The classic martial arts adventure, starring Bruce Lee. A master of martial arts is enlisted by British intelligence to help put an end to the traffic in opium and prostitutes organised from an island fortress by a criminal mastermind. Widescreen. Bruce Lee - the Immortal Dragon, a portrait of the actor's life and work, is at 1.50am.
Director Robert Clouse (1973, 18) (S) (W)
Films: pp 50-55 ****
Barry Norman on screen immortality: page 44
11.35 Match of the Seventies More classic football action, which this week focuses on the 1973/4 season.
Director Danny Felton ; Producer Chris Kelly (R) (S)
12.15 Save the Tiger Oscar-winning drama starring Jack Lemmon.
A middle-aged businessman with financial troubles and a deep resentment about his past finds himself heading rapidly towards a nervous breakdown.
Director John G Avildsen (1973) (S) Films: pp 50-55 ***
1.50 Bruce Lee -the Immortal Dragon Martial arts star
Bruce Lee was one of the first actors to successfully bridge the culture gap between east and west. Family memories and clips from his film and TV career until his untimely death at the age of 32 provide a portrait of a man who was to become an enduring icon. Ends 2.35am. (S) Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story is on BBC1 this Friday at 11.10pm
Repeats are not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/education
Dynamo Key Stage 1: History Programme 1 Ends 5.00am.