The British drink 196,000,000 cups of tea a day. This is a tribute to the national tipple. (First shown in 40 Minutes; 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Master violin maker
Jim McKillop from Carnlough,
County Antrim, meets master musician Stephane Grappelli. Producer Robin Wylie (R)
King's Lynn. What to see in the town and surrounding area. Commentary by Roger Wilkes. Executive producer Alan Dobson
Some Daytime on Two programmes may be unsuitable for the very young.
New series. Help for teachers following the new spring unit.
A new series of the multi-media two-year GCSE course in German.
Sonja Zimmer goes skiing at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and teaches some German in the process.
Having a pet.
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Cosmo and Dibs quarrel over sharing drinks on a hot day. (R)
Sally wants a personal stereo. (R)
Simon Davies's summer clothes get soaked and Ellis Ward finds out about forecasting from weatherman John Kettley. In today's story, Grumbling Gordon complains about the weather.
A young married couple describe the uncomfortable realities of living in Moscow. (R)
A new science drama series for 7- to 9-year-olds. If you were cast away on a desert island, how would you tell the time, and why would it matter? Laura (Angela Bruce) creates a challenge for six young scientists. Patrick (Stuart Mitchell) tells a story from Polynesia about how Maui tamed the sun.
A French magazine series for beginners. (R)
The first of 20 programmes to help you read, write and communicate more effectively. Presented by Chris Serle. (Shown on Sunday at 10.50am on BBC1)
Cartoon story told by Ray Brooks. (R)
David Parry-Jones sets off to find out more about his ancestors. (R)
A series for 4- to 5-year-olds. (R)
World Professional Darts
Championship. Highlights from last night's second-round matches from the Lakeside
Country Club, Frimley Green. Presented by Eamonn Holmes.
The magazine programme for the deaf community.
Weather followed by Darts
Further coverage from the Embassy World Professional Darts Championship.
Synonym: gluftne Meaning: lucent
Answer in today's programme. Three contestants test their word skills against Bryan the computer in today's word game hosted by Paul Coia.
Robert Robinson and Loyd Grossman invite two guest commentators to discuss the minutiae of modem life as reflected in the week's events.
A series making gardens part of the living space and lifestyle of their owner.
David Stevens looks at a variety of beautiful domestic gardens and how to raise finance for the work, and shows that the fitted 'outside room' can be as big an asset as its indoor counterpart.
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Jack Palance Texas 1886: army scout
Ed Bannon 's deep distrust of the Apache's peaceful motives appears to be justified when a detachment of cavalry is ambushed and their colonel is killed, reviving old enmities.
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Australia v England
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the final day's play in Sydney.
The second of six histories of the African and Caribbean presence, told by those who lived through the experiences and events that shaped black Britain.
Rise of Racism. In 1919, white mobs roamed the streets of Liverpool and attacked black people. First World War volunteer Ernest Marke says: 'After the war was over and they were demobilised, the white soldiers seemed to forget that the black man was also in the navy and the army.' This programme looks at the violence of 1919, the colour bar and Notting Hill riots of the 1950s, and the growth of 'institutionalised racism'.
All these events had a direct impact on the lives of black people. So did their relationship with the police and the use of the 'sus' law.
(Part 3 next Tuesday)
Tonight: a healthy fish dish.
And Antonio Carluccio , Italian restaurateur and writer, begins a three-part trip to Spain. With Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash
Producer Peter Bazalgette
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The second season's feature-length opening episode returns to the small town seething with secrets. Starring
Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
Is that a corpse on the floor in the Great Northern Hotel and has the investigation into
Laura Palmer 's murder met a premature end? As the local hospital fills up with the victims of an eventful night, other residents of Twin Peaks adopt strange changes in style, a giant dispenses wisdom, and someone sees the face of 'Bob'.
Written by Mark Frost Director David Lynch
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With Jeremy Paxman.
World Professional Darts
Commentary by Sid Waddell and Tony Green.
Introduced by Tony Gubba.