Images and Innovation
Art. The world of art in the 1920s and 30s. (B/w.Rpt)
Another Friendship Out of the Window. The turbulent lives of Army families when moving. ● STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. * STEREO
Presented by Tony Hart and Gabrielle Bradshaw.
(Stereo) (Teletext Subtitles p.888)
The Playground Stop. ● STEREO
DJs Liz Kershaw and Bruno Brookes battle it out. ● STEREO
Andi Peters travels around the world without leaving Florida! Today: Mexico.
An academic impulsively marries a nightclub singer, and then has to face the music in his home town. With James Ellison , Beulah Bondi and Charles Coburn.
Director George Stevens
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The Moot Hall. A look at the restoration and redevelopment of Newcastle's quayside.
US entertainment show.
A musical series. ● STEREO
From Barcelona, Steve Rider presents action from the badminton finals and a roundup of the morning's tennis and boxing quarter-finals.
Favourite recipes from the Food and Drinkprogramme. Today: eggs.
A Bazal production for BBCtv
● BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: £1.25 from newsagents
Followed by The Kon-Tiki Man
The Statues that Walked.
Thor Heyerdahl probes the mystery of the Easter Island statues. ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Play for Tomorrow
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Islands Out of Time
Magnus Magnusson visits the Polynesian islands.
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
With Andi Peters. * STEREO
Will Pinocchio become a real boy in Pleasureland?
Today's programme, from
Twycross Zoo in Leicestershire, includes contests between the most improbable creatures. With Terry Nutkins ,
Chris Packham and Sue Dawson. * STEREO: TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
News for children.
An 18-part children's drama series set in Newcastle.
: Nicola, confused by recent events, once again falls for Paul's charms.
A Zenith North production for BBCtv 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Paul has a change of heart about his own baby.
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The climax of the team show jumping final. Britain have not won since Wilfred White ,
Douglas Stewart and Harry Llewellyn took gold in 1952. Weightlifting
The superheavyweight final. Commentary by David Vine.
The second women's semi-final.
First in a six-part series of personal documentaries giving voice to the wisdom of years.
Long Distance Runners Marathon runner
Jenny Wood-Allen is 80, and has run 18 marathons in the last few years, raising Â£20,000 for charity. Along with John Wilkinson , also 80, who still referees two football matches a week, she regrets the injustice of enforced retirement.
In her film, she introduces us to a cast of other indomitable characters. Tom Jones, at 91, is Britain's oldest milkman; the oldest chiropodist,
Marjorie Jones , is 90. Then there's Mitzi Lorenz , "the oldest milliner in the world", and Sheilah Ellis , the doyenne of shepherdesses. At work or in retirement, this expanding generation has a great deal to offer.
Series producer Peter Lee-Wright
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Comedy written by Paul Smith and Terry Kyan , and starring Mel Smith
Louisa Rix , Annette Crosbie Frank. When Colin's father has a stroke, his mother tells him a few truths about his family's life for the past few years.
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More highlights from the last series.
In the studio with Clive James is Sir Peter Ustinov , and there are satellite links with South
African political satirist Pieter Dirk-Uys in Johannesburg and Skippy the kangaroo in Brisbane. Executive producer Richard Drewett Series producer Beatrice Ballard
Documentary series chronicling a dramatic period for the London Borough of Lewisham. Special Needs. After a year that has seen cuts of E2 1 million, next year's budget discussions loom. Jim Mallory , Chairman of Education, goes to school to learn about educating children with special needs: it costs
Lewisham 110 million a year, and spending is out of control. But the borough must find places for children like
Christopher, a little boy seen earlier in the series, whose present school cannot cope with his special needs.
Producers Malcolm Hirst , Charles Stewart Executive producers Paul Hamann and Steve Hewlett
A Partners in Production film for BBCtv ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
With James Cox.
Debates on controversial topics, with a panel of guests and an audience reflecting the "nation" as a whole, facing topics that might be considered taboo. With Trevor Phillips. E xecutive producer David Cox Editor Will Smith
A Juniper production for BBCtv
II Tempio malatestiano - a classical mausoleum builtforthe "tyrant of Rimini".