Shown yesterday at 4.30pm on BBC1
With Signing. Subtitled ...................
Yesterday in Parliament
Ian Parmenter cooks chicken Dijon...
A series from Canada about adventurous mature people...............................
Peter Sellars discusses his radical productions of Mozart operas. Rpt .
Courtroom drama starring
Gary Cooper , Rod Steiger
Despite his dedication to the US Air
Force, General Billy Mitchell accuses the military of negligence, and is secretly court-martialled. With Charles Bickford , Ralph Bellamy and Elizabeth Montgomery.
Director Otto Preminger (1955) ............. # FILM REVIEWS pages 39-44
These exotic birds are captured on film by Ron Eastman.
Studyingthe stunning discoveries made by the spacecraft Voyager. Rpt ..
Today, how skills of older New Yorkers are puttO gOOd use.
The magazine from the BBC's Disability Programmes Unit examines the effect of the ceasefire on disabled people in Northern Ireland. Subtitled ...........
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage from Parliament.
3.50 News and Weather
(Subtitled (news)); Regional News; Weather
Quiz with Martyn Lewis.
Ruth Mott makes rhubarb soup.
More drama from the wards in Sheffield.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Light-hearted sci-fi drama.
A Portrait for Troian. Sam leaps into the body of a parapsychologist who is helping a young woman from being driven insane by the spirit of her dead husband. Rpt Subtitled ...............
A series of extreme sports - activities as diverse as free fallingfrom the world's highest waterfall to diving without air or equipment to a world record in the depths of the Red Sea. The first programme features world canoeing champion Shaun Baker jumping his kayak 45 feet into a swirling pool just three feet deep as he pits himself against the torrential Sorba Rapids in the Alps.
Producer Tony Rayner
The beginning of the Six Day War in the Middle East on 5 June 1967 comes under the spotlight.
Another chance to see the first series of the comedy about the inhabitants of the Bayview Retirement Village.
Diana hijacks her niece's Porsche and takes Tom along on a white-knuckle ride to Brighton. Once there, the pair walk along the promenade, eat candyfloss, reminisce about old times - and collect a parking ticket for Diana's niece.
Written by Michael Aitken ; Director/Producer
A Real Pantomime
Salisbury Playhouse closes this weekend, nearly a third of a million pounds in the red. With radical surgery and a management overhaul, it hopes to re-open in the autumn. It's one of a number of majortheatres in the south forced to take drastic action in the face of financial crisis. As the final production, the pantomime Sleeping Beauty ushers the Playhouse into darkness, Frederic Rostand reports on the backstage drama which is bringing modern theatre to its knees.
Director Jonathan Bigwood ; Producer Peter Pitt Repeated on Tuesday
REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below
Second of a six-part series which shows how technology has shaped the modern city.
Someone to Watch over Us. Cities are being gripped by fear, the streets increasingly seen as dangerous and insecure. The all-seeing eye of the surveillance camera seems to offer an answer. But are there hidden dangers to the rapid rise of mass surveillance? Prison governor Dr David Wilson takes to the streets of Los Angeles, London and Newcastle upon Tyne to explore the underside of the electronic gaze.
Producer Bryn Higgins ; Series producers Ian Duncan and Oliver Morse
Comparing six motoring cultures throughout the world.
Vietnam. This week, Clarkson visits Hanoi and Saigon where there are currently no cars - and no trafficjams. Up to now, the mobile population has used scooters to transport almost everything, but cars are slowly appearing on the streets.
Director Dennis Jarvis
Young at Heart. Mulder, asked to aid an investigation into ajewellery shop robbery, is given a note left at the scene. It brings back painful memories of his first FBI case.
Second of a six-part documentary series that goes behind the scenes of the selection process of different jobs.
The Advertising Executive. Three hopefuls compete for posts as account executives at a London agency. See today's choices.
Producer Jane Treays ; Executive producer
Edward Mirzoeff * See John Peel : page 11
Followed by In the National Trust
A panel from a painting in Wallington, Iron and Coal, subtitled
With Kirsty Wark.
Mark Lawson and regular guests Allison Pearson , Tony Parsons and Tom Paulin discuss the cultural happenings of the week. (Stereo)
Parliamentary review. Presented by Andrew Neil.
Preceded by The Midnight News