Maths: Modelling Turkey
by PETER FIRMIN
Pinny and the Shipwreck Musicoy AR LOG
Directed and animated by OLIVER POSTGATE (R)
A See-Saw programme. (R)
Weather followed by Home on Sunday
Choreographer Gillian Lynne
A series of six programmes about still photography.
Presented by Bryn Campbell 3: Landscape
Producer PETER RIDING (R)
Weather followed by One Man and His Dog Introduced by Phil Drabble with Eric Halsall
The trials continue at Chatsworth
Heat 3: Ireland
JOHN BREEN with Matty
JONATHAN IRVINE with Shep LIONEL PENNEFATHER with Jaff Producer IAN SMITH (R)
(Postponed from 25 July)
Fifth of a six-part story
Jack Hawkins as Justin Post Diane Baker as Amy Post
Bradford Dillman as Andrew The Next Thing to Murder
Amy misinterprets Kildare's agonising as a means of backing out from his promise and makes a move to save her father's reputation. (R)
Up to the Giant Car Wash The first of three programmes with Bill Oddie in Papua New Guinea. In search of the fabulous birds of paradise and bower-birds, Bill struggles up a mountain. Producer RICHARD BROCK (R)
A second classic murder mystery starring Warner Oland as the philosophical detective with Mary Brian
'Perfect case like perfect doughnut - has hole'.
Charlie Chan 's investigations lead to France and an open-and-shut case of murder. But the sage sleuth believes otherwise, pursuing the real killer through the shadows of Paris and the city sewers.
Screenplay by EDWARD T. LOWE and STUART ANTHONY
Produced by JOHN STONE Directed by LEWIS SEILER
(Postponed from 18 July)
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Controversial rap artists Public Enemy 'Bring the Noise' tonight.
Heavily criticised for their 'conscious' lyrics and militaristic stage presence, they have nevertheless become cult figures to a generation of rap fans, and have 'bum-rushed' the show with their hard-nosed style.
BBC Pebble Mill
Magenta De Vine and Sankha Guha. From fiesta to siesta, see the contrasts of modem Madrid. While Magenta meets a matador and takes the bullby the horns. Sankha copes with cops, robbers and one-armed bandits. Hear top pop music and learn about the new
Flamenco dance club craze. Director JOSH HAUL
Series producer RACHEL PURNELL BBC North West
BBC2 Invitation Pairs Crown
Green Bowling Tournament from the M and B Sports and Social Club, Birmingham. Few would have predicted tonight's first semi-final, but ANDREW SPRAGG and DAVID PLATTS from Chesterfield meet the Midlanders PETER VARNEY and BOB GILFILLAN. Both pairings knocked out former champions in their quarter-final matches in Nicholson and Hitchen, the 1985 winners, and Armson and Burrows, who were defending the title. Producer KEITH PHILLIPS BBC North West
The Last Crusade
Francis Drake was a pirate: Good Queen Bess took a cut of his profits. This week's three-part series stands back from the 400-year-old story of 'victory' and 'defeat' to look at what really happened in 1588. A number of new discoveries in archives and in the wrecks, together with new analysis by experts in many countries, means that the Armada must now be seen in a different way. In this first film the background to the story is spelled out. (Part 2 on Wednesday at & 10pm)
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A drama series in six parts chronicling the early life and times of George Washington. Starring with Through the patronage of the Fairfax family, young George Washington rises from humble beginnings to become Adjutant of Virginia.
Producer CHARLES COOPER (R)