2/2. Action from Melbourne of the 20th Deaflympics includes Anthony Sinclair in the tennis plus the women's 1500m and 800m. Presented by Julian Peedle-Calloo . With signing, voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday 12.55am on BBCI www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
Stirring western, the first in a Henry Fonda double bill. Pre-
Revolutionary America: a newly married couple join other settlers on the Mohawk Valley frontier. But Indians attack repeatedly, destroying their homes and farms. Review page 57.
Director John Ford (1939, PG)
Mrs Sarah McKlennar Edna:
Magnificent comedy drama concluding the Henry Fonda double bill. The captain of a US
Navy ship constantly thwarts his second-in-command's dreams of action. Review page 57.
Directors John Ford and Mervyn LeRoy (1955, U) Film Highlights: page 52
Lieutenant Doug Roberts:
Lieutenant Ann Girard:
Olympic gold medallist Jason Gardener 's bid to win a third successive 60m title is likely to be one of the highlights in live coverage from Madrid on day two of the European Indoors. There's also the women's 1500m and long jump plus the men's triple jump.
Hosted by Sue Barker. More coverage tomorrow 4pm. Executive producer Martin Webster ; Editor Michael Cole
An evening of programmes offering insights into the contemporary lives of British Pakistanis.
9.15 British, Paki and Proud As well as exploring the issues of belonging and identity, this documentary joins the debate surrounding the use and abuse of the word "Paki" from the 1970s onwards. Contributions come from Hanif Kureishi , Lord Tebbit. Imran Khan , Bernard Manning and author Ziauddin Sardar. Director/Producer Amir Jamal
9.50 Luton, Actually Writer Sarfraz Manzoor tells of his arrival with his family in Britain as a child in the 1970s as he delivers his personal account of what life was like growing up in the Bedfordshire town that was the butt of national jokes. Director/Producer Riete Oorde
10.25 Atta Boy A profile of actor Atta Yagub, star of Ken Loach 's Ae Fond Kiss, that follows his efforts to balance his career with his faith and family.
10.45 Who Wants to Be a Mullah? British-born
Pakistani Muslim Navid Akhtar embarks on a personal quest to challenge the demonising image of the "mad mullah", and asks whether current Imams can connect with young British Muslims. Director/Producer Amir Jamal
Series producer Sara Feilden ; Executive producer Tommy Nagra Marrying My Cousin concludes the strand next week
John Waters 's sweet and adorable satirical comedy starring Edward Furlong ,
Christina Ricci and Bess Armstrong. A young, unpretentious photographer becomes the darling of New York's jaded art scene but discovers that success comes with a price. Review paqe 57. 0998,15)
Learning Zone wwwbbccouk/learningzone
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Seeing through Maths: a Source of Inspiration 73341 2.30 The Science of Climate 69148 3.00 Managing for Biodiversity: Forests in Trinidad
83693 3.30 The Chemistry of Creativity 83728 4.00 The Chemistry of Survival 64693 4.30 Whose Web Is It Anyway? 84322 5.00 Open Advice: a Different Way of Learning 40490 5.30 Landscape Mysteries - Secrets of the Flood
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