Highlights of yesterday's ladies' quarter-finals.
Jungle adventure, starring Lex Barker A safari led by Lord Greystoke is searching for the nobleman's cousin, Tarzan.
When Greystoke is killed by lions, the expedition is taken over by Rokov, a white hunter with a sinister plan.
Director Cyril Endfield
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Another edition of the entertainment magazine show from America.
John Grundy travels to the Scottish border to visit
Berwick-upon-Tweed, in Northumberland.
Cartoon. Narrated by Bob Godfrey.
Cartoon. Narrated by JohnAlderton.
More men's quarter-final action, with competitors dreaming about winning
Sunday's final and picking up a cheque for £265,000.
Commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox , Barry Davies , Bill Threlfall , John Alexander and Julian Tutt.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam. • STEREO
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
John Elliot's ground-breaking drama documentary, filmed in 1956, about the first wave of West Indian immigrants to this country. It explores the clash between the myth and reality of the Britain which many Afro-Caribbeans faced when they arrived here.
A new season of dramas starts with Allan Cubitt 's moving story of a former society beauty with a mysterious past, starring Wendy Hiller
In 1935, Lady Alice Monroe caused a minor scandal when she married a Prussian count.
Now her middle-aged daughter wishes to visit the former family home in eastern
Germany. But the Countess is reluctant to let her go.
Allan Cubitt is the author of a Golden Prague Award-winning ScreenPlay, Land of Dreams, and ITV's forthcoming drama Prime Suspect 2.
Producer Colin Ludlow
Director Moira Armstrong
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Presented by James Cox.
The last episode of the 1979 drama series conceived, written, directed and acted by black people.
An Indian girl is marrying a West Indian boy from across the street - and Empire Road plans to celebrate the wedding of the year.
In an excerpt from a 1947 black variety show, Adelaide Hall, the star of Broadway and the Cotton Club, sings, dances and plays guitar.
This is one of the earliest recordings of a live BBC television transmission.
With Eric Robinson and His Orchestra.
"Madmen and Specialists" by Wole Soyinka. A dark, compelling, ironic study of a civil war and its aftermath.