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With Josie D'Arby.
More picture ideas. With Tony Hart.
Charlie Brown tries some different ways to train a dog.
Comedy and entertainment show. This week, a 15-year-old magician displays some of his tricks, and in Weird News Ken Mansfield goes to Norfolk in search of a vampire. ftereo
An Outward Bound course provides fun, challenges and new friends. With Erkan Mustafa , Lee Sparke , Lee MacDonald , Julie-Ann Steel, Michael Cronin , Alison Bettles , Nadia Chambers.
Written by Jane Hollowood Rpt
Last of the six-part fantasy adventure series.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1
The final show in the camcorder series is made by children in Leicester.
Music news magazine. Featuring recent chart-topper Jimmy Nail.
Shown last Friday Stereo
Family adventure series.
TheManlyArt. Matt McGregor is conned into taking part in a prize fight by a former champion boxerwho arrives in Paterson's Ridge. Stereo ................................
Bilko is distracted from his teaching duties at a college by the 1000-1 bet he has placed with a local gangster. (b/w)
Cartoon adventures. Rpt ...........
Political review for the south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings.
Live coverage of the first session of the Masters final, which is decided on the best of 17 frames. From London's
Wembley Conference Centre. The event has been dominated by Scotland in recent years, with Glasgow's Alan McManus last year succeeding Edinburgh's Stephen Hendry , who had won five consecutive titles. With Dougie Donnelly.
Director David Wood ; Editor Rick Waumsley
The search for Britain'stop amateur choir continues with the last quarter-final.
Presenter Howard Goodall meets the first entrants from the Channel Islands, and fi nds out what it takes to be a successful singer in a West End show. Event sponsored by Sainsbury's
Action from yesterday's Courage League division one match,
Northampton vSale. Plus highlights from the rest of the league programme, the A-Z of Rugby, and a look ahead to next weekend's Five Nations championship fixtures featuring Wales v England in Cardiff, and France v
Scotland in Paris. With John Inverdale. Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ...............
For the spotted hyena, motherhood lasts an incredible eighteen months. The nursing females often have to travel vast distances on hunting forays, leaving their pups hungry for anything up to a week at a time. Heribert Hofer and Marion East's film focuses on one clan of spotted hyenas and shows how - the pups of the clan leader enjoy a privileged upbringing. Narrated by Barry Paine.
Continuingthe new seven-part series for independent travellers.
Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien visit the two capitals of Italian culture, where right-wing politics has provoked a radical new movement in music. They meet some boys in high heels who long to be girls, others with a passion for football and their team, Fiorentina, and track down an opera singer who is just as concerned with her weighing scales as her musical ones. In Venice, they are welcomed by Tina Turner and Madonna - as portrayed by alternative cabaret star Ennio Marchetto - and meet the young men in uniform who drive the local women wild.
As more and more counterfeit banknotes begin to circulate around the country, The Money Programme investigates the effect this has on confidence in the nation's currency and highlights the resultingcost to businesses and individuals.
With increasingly sophisticated technology available, currency counterfeiting is now easier and cheaperthan ever before. Can the authorities hope to stay ahead of the counterfeiters? Tom Maddocks reports. Presented by Francine Stock. Producer Martin Small ; Editor Jane Ellison
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Moving Pictures returns for a fifth series with director
Oliver Stone defending his Natural Born
Killers. And contemporary film makers John Dahl , Alan Rudolph , Ken Adam and Jack Fisk discuss their debt to the American painter Edward Hopper. Presented by Howard Schuman. (Theforerunner of Natural Born Killers, the 1970s classic Badlands, is shown tonight at
1 1.50pm.) See today's choices. Director Michael Martin ; Series editor Paul Kerr
Sue Ellicott reports on the week's events in the Los Angeles courtroom where American football star OJ Simpson is on trial for murder. His former wife Nicole and a friend were found dead outside herapartment one night last summer. Both legal teams say the case raises important social and legal issues, and this series uses courtroom coverage to watch the trial and the arguments unfold.
Series producer Janey Walker
Plans to build a string of by-passes along the stretch of tarmac linking Bath with the south coast - known to some as the A36 corridor and to others as "death valley" - have provoked passionate and divisive feelings among the local communities. The former stagecoach route has been devastated by the thousands of cars and juggernauts that thunder along daily, but no one can agree what to do about them. Using testimonies of the people who live along the route, including writer Bel Mooney, this film documents the struggle over Solsbury Hill, an Iron Age fort and site of the proposed Batheaston by-pass, where protesters were dragged from the trees so that the bulldozers could do their work. Narrated by David Stafford.
Further coverage of the Masters final, from Wembley Conference Centre.
With Dougie Donnelly.
Crime drama starring
Sissy Spacek , Warren Oates
Garbageman Kit Carruthers and his teenage lover Holly are on the run after shooting herfather. Pursued by the law, they travel through South Dakota, killing anyone who gets in their way.
Director Terrence Malick (1973)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 55-60