Sci-fi adventure. President Adar, leader of the 12 colonies of humans, has initiated a peace conference to end a war with the Cylons. But Captain Apollo, flying a routine patrol, finds that the conference is a cover for a Cylon attack. Review page 51. Director Richard A Colla (1978, PG)
rSci-fi fantasy. The captain and crew of the new starship Enterprise travel to the desolate world of Nimbus III after a Vulcan mystic kidnaps a group of Federation diplomats. Widescreen. Review page 52.
Director William Shatner (1989, PG)
St John Talbot:
Natural-history strand. Ends 7.15pm.
Series producer Wendy Darke ; Editor Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Britain's Serengeti Kenny Taylor visits two of Britain's most important seabird colonies: Bass Rock, home to gannets, and the Isle of May, home to thousands of puffins. Producer Simon Roberts
Coral Reef - Malice In Wonderland A portrait of a Red Sea coral reef, which is dominated by predatory animals.
Shoals of mirrored silversides dazzle predators, flute-mouths stage raids, and squadrons of lion fish patrol the wrecks. Producer Keith Scholey
Videoplus code for 5.45-6.25pm (non-PDC)
6.25 Natural World Seychelles -Jewels of a Lost Continent
Believed by early travellers to be the original Eden, the Seychelles are home to a range of wildlife, including giant tortoises and silver lizards, that reveal the islands' origins in the violent break-up of a primeval supercontinent.
Producer Miles Barton ; Series editor Neil Nightingale
The King and the Sheikh's Daughter. On his accession in 1999, the young King of Morocco vowed to embrace reforms, but his opponents, many of whom are women, are applying the brakes. Anita McNaught examines who is threatened by the thought of change in this traditional society. Producer Diane Milward ; Editor Fiona Murch
There Is a Policeman Inside All Our Heads - He Must Be
Destroyed. In the 1960s, the influence of Freud's ideas in the US was challenged by a radical group of psychotherapists, inspired by the ideas of Wilhelm Reich , a former pupil of Freud. This film looks at the consequent rise of the "me" generation. Producer Adam Curtis ; Executive producer Stephen Lambert
On the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the Copper Scroll, a religious artefact that is one of the Dead Sea
Scrolls, a British metallurgist goes in search of the elusive treasure described therein. Could his intriguing new theory about what the scroll means provide clues to link
Judaism and Christianity with Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaten? Director James Hawes ; Producer Martin Weitz
4-5am. Jack interrogates the suspect who killed the police officer and threatened Kimberly's life if he wasn't released. Palmer confronts his son about the allegations.
For cast see yesterday Rptd Friday 10.30pm BBC Choice
Award-winning drama, set in Ireland, about a young boy's relationship with his dying grandmother and feckless mother.
Written by Lin Coghlan ; Producer Natasha Dack ; Director John Dower
Man in church:
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision French 1 Languages 4.00 Suenos World Spanish (parts 1-4) Working with the Land 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Duccio: the Rucellai Madonna - the 14th-century altarpiece. 92710 6.30 Playing Safe
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