Drama about a young woman who graduates from college and continues to teach in the same place for the next 50 years, becoming a much-loved member of the community.
(1941, U) (BW) (S)
Films: pp 78-86 ***
A roundup from News 24 with Sarah Montague and Darren Jordon, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
More drama and current affairs on the Asian culture strand. Ends 10.50. Editor Paresh Solanki
Paranda Drama series set in Pakistan, revolving around a family relationship. (W)
Sanjeev Kohli and Sonia Deol present another edition of the weekly chat show. (W)
Another edition of the interactive show which delves into the world of Asian music. (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/asianlife
Continued coverage from BBC1 as the weekly show switches channels to make way for The Lord Mayor's Show. Today's guests include Billie Piper, who performs her latest single, EastEnders's Slater sisters pop in to the studio for a chat, and there's a special interview with Britney Spears. Plus, cartoon fun with Monster Ranchers, Rugrats and Big Wolf on Campus.
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BBC Live and Kicking magazine: price £1.60 available monthly from retailers
This week the programme returns to its magazine format as Mark Nelson visits the Pennine Way, Jackie Knight attends the launch of a new videophone and Lara Crooks investigates the mental health services. With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated Wed 3.50am on BBC1
Dougie Donnelly presents live coverage of the third round of the world championship from Vaiderrama in Spain. With no half-way cut in this tournament, there is still an opportunity for those whose started badly to put on a late charge. But the main focus of attention will be on the world number one Tiger Woods as he looks for his tenth title of the year. Peter Alliss, Alex Hay, Ken Brown, Denis Hutchinson and Julian Tutt commentate. Director Paul Davies : Executive producer Barbara Slater
Express columnist Ed Docx presents his own personal slant on the past seven day's news. (S)
Fire in Space. Commander Adama is critically injured when Cylon warriors carry out a kamikaze attack on the Galactica. (R) (S)
Attack of the Alligators. An experiment to help feed the world goes horribly wrong when a new drug leaks into a swamp, spawning three gigantic alligators. Shown last Tuesday (S)
U2 perform a track from the new album, plus archive footage featuring Wizzard, Sade, Salt 'n' Pepa, Junior and Neil Young. Shown last Wednesday (S) Sade is on Later.... with Jools Holland at 11.30pm
Tomorrow Is Yesterday. it's the 1960s on Earth and the US launch an attack on the Enterprise. Captain Kirk must regain control without changing the course of history.
(R) (S) Star Trek: Voyager is on Tuesday at 6.50pm
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BBC History Magazine: price Â£2.95, available monthly from newsagents
HOUSE DETECTIVES: In the first assignment of a new six-part series, Juliet Morris and the team of architectural sleuths travel to Hampshire to unravel the secrets of St Margaret's Priory. Experts Dan Cruickshank and Judith Miller examine the building's Jacobean staircase and imposing chimneys as they investigate the local myth that it was in this house that Shakespeare wrote Romeo and Juliet. See Choice.
Series producer Tim Dunn; Executive producer Basil Comely (S) (W)
House history websites - Webwatch: page 53 Judith Miller 's kind of day: page
8.05 TIMEWATCH: Tank - Wonder Weapon of the First World War?
At the time of its debut on the Somme in 1916 and at Cambrai and Amiens, tanks fascinated the media and public. But how did they actually perform in the field? Through accounts of veterans and archive film, this programme traces the story of the tank in the First World War.
Editor Laurence Rees ; Producer Helen Bettinson (R) (S)
Then Viking Stories: A Trick of the Light. A look at a high-quality Viking lens that may have formed part of a telescope. Series producer Paul Bradshaw; Executive producer Caroline van den Brul (S) (W)
Caroline van Den
Futuristic drama starring James Caan. In the 21st century, violence has been eliminated from society and people give vent to their feelings of aggression by watching a game called rollerball. Jonathan E is the reigning champion. Widescreen.
Director Norman Jewison (1975, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 78-86 ***
Big. The new series that unwraps the mysteries of cinema continues as Tom Sutcliffe explains how size can emphasise the importance of objects. From the maggots in Einstein's Battleship Potemkin to the infinite vistas in Blade Runner, and from David Lynch 's magnified expanse of lawn in Blue Velvet to the opening shot of the battle cruiser in Star Wars, directors Danny Boyle, Atom Egoyan and Peter Bogdanovich discuss why size matters. Director/Producer Janet Lee (S)
Tonight's edition of the music programme showcases more diverse sounds, including Sade performing her current hit single By Your Side, and Taj Mahal who appears with his Phantom Blues Band. Also taking part are All Saints, who perform their current big-selling single Pure Shores, the critically-acclaimed Grandaddy, and New York songwriter Stephin Merritt, aka the Magnetic Fields.
Director Janet Fraser Cook ; Producers Alison Howe (S) (W)
More metal-crunching action. Shown last Friday Repeated tomorrow at 11.15am (S)
Drama. Back in the small town she left years before, beautiful Rowena Eklund finds herself torn between her new found love for a gentle man and her renewed lust for his dangerous brother. Ends 2.45am. Director Sam Pillsbury (1994) (S) Rims: pp 78-86 **
Repeats are not indicated. www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone
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