DNA: The Spice of Life
How women's emancipation reached the sports fields in the 1930s. (B/w.Rpt)
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... But First This
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Tony Hart and Gabrielle Bradshaw with a host of unusual designs.
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The Patch Stop.
Lassie bravely tackles a fire.
Andi Peters tells you what's hot and what's not in showbiz.
Highlights from one of yesterday's NatWest Bank
Trophy quarter-final matches. ●STEREO
The behind-the-headlines story of the gold rush in western Australia in 1980.
An eight-day Outward Bound course in north Wales.
US entertainment show.
Highlights of last night's men's team gymnastics final. Plus updates of the morning's rowing action and swimming heats and news of the British men's hockey team's third group match.
Favourite bread recipes from Ipast series of Food and Drink.
Followed by The Kon-Tiki Man
The Enchanted Islands.
Thor Heyerdahl 's journey continues. Narrated by Christopher Railing.
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Parents, teachers and victims seek a solution to the problem of the playground bully.
Followed by Carved in Silence
A documentary following
Chinese immigrants entering America through San Francisco.
and Regional News; Weather
With Andi Peters.
A four-part drama serial from New Zealand.
2: Peter and Maggie uncover the secrets of the Piper graveyard - but Peter falls increasingly under the thrall of Ish Murdie.
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News for children.
Today including a monster car crusher, a long distance pedal-car ride and Sherlock Holmes 's investigation of Britain's oldest motor car. Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker host the record-breaking show.
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The completion of the show jumping phase of the three-day event, with Britain hopeful of team and individual honours.
Ian Stark and Virginia Leng picked up silver and bronze in Seoul four years ago, but Britain hasn't had an individual champion since Richard Meade in 1972. New Zealand's Mark
Todd can make Olympic history today by becoming the first rider to win three successive individual golds. Commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward and Lorna Clarke.
The men's 50m freestyle final, which should see a clash between American Matt Biondi and his team-mate and world record holder Tom Jager. Plus Janet Evans defends her 1988 title in the women's 800m freestyle final, and action from the finals of the men's 100m backstroke and the women's
4xl00m individual medley. Commentary by Hamilton Bland, Andyjameson and Helen Rollason.
Plus boxing action, news of British medal hopes
Barrie Edgington and Penny Way in the boardsailing, and a tennis and badminton update.
First of two programmes shown as a tribute to the life and work of one of Britain's most uncompromising modern architects Sir James Stirling , who died recently. In tonight's film he examines the Katharine
Stephen Room of Newnham College, Cambridge, built in 1988 by Haward/van Heyningen. Director Geoff Dunlop
Producer Clare Paterson
The mock-heroic saga.
3: Heaven or Hell. Columbus sets sails triumphantly from the Indies for Spain, bearing a host of exotic discoveries. Not quite as much gold as he'd hoped for, possibly, but still enough to prove the point.
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Last of the series.
In the spectacular landscape of the great Tien Shan, the Celestial Mountains near the border with China, there is a proud Kazakh herdsman who is known as "the Father of the Birds".
Alik Turbulayev can read and understand his eagle's flight. He speaks to him, he loves him. The cameras follow Alik and his 11-year-old son, Oulan, who this year flies an eagle for the very first time.
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A report on how to search for those bargains in the souks of Morocco, and comedienne Joan Sims checks out coach travel, when she takes a tour of Oxford and the Cotswolds. Plus another challenge for Matthew Collins and advice on holiday health. With Penny Junor,
Paddy Haycocks , and Carol Smillie. Series producer Rachel Hebditch Executive producer Tony Moss ● STEREO
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Tonight's play in the series of solo performances.being shown as part of a retrospective season of Alan Bennett 's work, stars Patricia Routledge A Lady of Letters
A lady, who believes in keeping people on their toes, gets hold of the wrong end of the stick. Producer Innes Lloyd
Director Giles Foster
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Six programmes providing eyewitness accounts from
British writers who travelled in North America in Victorian times. With extracts from their journals, contemporary stills and archive footage.
Bed and Board. The candid truth about American eating habits, with advice to tourists and emigrants about hotels, entertainment and etiquette. In many ways the opinions of early travellers still apply today - but not quite all.
Fanny Trollope observed: "I hardly know any annoyance so deeply repugnant to English feelings as the incessant, remorseless spitting of Americans."
Producer Charles Miller
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With Jeremy Paxman.
A short graduation film from the Munich Film School.
Two young German boys on air raid duty break into an abandoned house and discover a treasure trove. In German with English subtitles. With
Niki Ronacher and Tobias Timm.
Director Nikolai Karo
The Last Trick. A surrealist animation by Jan Svankmajer.
12.00 Weekend Outlook - a preview of OU programmes.
12.05pm Developing World -
Breaking Out. A film exploring how the lives of women who fought in the Zimbabwean war of independence have changed.