Percherons to the Plough. A look back to when farmhorses ploughed the land.
Taking care of ceramics. ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
9.05 Save a Life: Heart Attack
9.15 Supersense: Sense of Timing
9.45 You and Me: Being Shy
10.00 Sealladh is Seanchas: A'Mhuir (The Sea)
10.15 Zig Zag: Tales from Europe - Netherlands
10.35 Great Experiments
11.00 Watch: Forty Years Ago - At Work
11.15 Job Bank: Office Work
11.35 Movable Feasts: Upwardly Mobile
11.50 Landmarks Special Reports: Sheffield, England
12.15 Update Europe: Southern Italy
12.35 Art Show: Do It Yourself
12.55 Take Nobody's Word for It
1.20 Mr Benn
1.35 Dilly the Dinosaur
1.40 Landmarks: The Second World War - Evacuation
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me
How does time appear to animals? Enter unfamiliar time-worlds, see how seasonal lives are organised. How do temporal rhythms control plants, birds and insects
Regional Variations (2)
Scottish painter James Cumming discusses the Scottish School in the early 19th century, examining the Romantic landscapes of John Thomson and David Wilkie's genre paintings, among others. Show more
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Arctic Doctor A journey by dog sledge with Dr Alex Williams and his Inuit friend, Enaviapi.
and Regional News; Weather
This love story, also starring Gary Cooper and Adolphe Menjou, is the second in a season of films in tribute to Marlene Dietrich.
Dietrich stars as a cabaret singer who vies for the attentions of a reckless foreign legionnaire and a debonair man-of-the-world.
(Black and white)
(See "Dishonored", tonight at 12.25am)
(Films: pages 49-56)
Geoff Hamilton and Liz Rigbey visit the Chelsea Flower Show.
Historical drama starring Tony Curtis
The son of the disgraced Earl of Falworth must fight treachery in the court of King Henry IV to redeem his family name.
Director Rudolph Mate ● FILMS: pages 49-56
Israel pays a high price for its coalition governments - the ransom that is demanded by tiny extremist parties for their support. As the country prepares for elections on 23 June, David Sells reports. Producer Brian Barr
Editor John Morrison
A series of 12 short dance films, part of the Commissions and Collaborations season, designed to show the diversity of British dance today. Director Peter Mumford comments: "The teams have worked to achieve the most exciting combinations of dance, music and visuals. The emphasis is to produce short, sharp, exciting dances which maximise television's ability to compress time and information."
Mosaic. Actress Juliet Stevenson and dancer Lauren Potter perform tonight's work, a montage written by Anthony Minghella and choreographed by Jonathan Lunn.
The Dance House series is a Dancelines production for BBCtv
Sci-fi comedy series written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles.
Kryten rescues a female droid and finds himself falling in advanced mutual compatability.
A Grant/Naylor production for BBCtv
(Stereo) (Teletext subtitles: p 888)
Kryten falls in love with Camille who turns out not to be a mechanoid like himself, but a blob. His heart is broken but he persuades Camille to return to her blob partner.
Offbeat American sci-fi drama. Starring Scott Bakula Dean Stockwell
Miss Deep South. 7 June 1958: Sam has leapt into the body of a contestant for the 35th annual Miss Deep South beauty pageant. Then he's warned that his room-mate is about to take a life-changing decision.
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Fourth in a six-part documentary series that tells the inside story of horse racing in this country. Breeding Counts. Every thoroughbred in world racing can be traced back to three
Arab stallions imported into
England 300 years ago. But an illustrious pedigree does not guarantee success at the races. Producer Raghnaid Macdonald
Executive producers William Cran and David Taylor
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With Sue Cameron.
Whose Land Is It Anyway? - shown as part of the "One World" season, this programme looks at the conflict between farmers and conservationists in Britain.
Romantic thriller set in First World War
Vienna. Marlene Dietrich is an Austrian spy whose career is endangered by the treacherous Lieutenant Kranau. Last in a season of films in tribute to the star who died earlier this month.
Director Josef Von Stemberg
* FILMS: pages 49-56