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Continuing the series about Peter Trembath, a flying vet whose practice is in Australia's Northern Territory.
The town of Katherine lies at the centre of the Territory's beef industry, and one of the flying vet's most important responsibilities is keeping cattle free from disease

Nerves are stretched when the Enterprise is believed to be held captive by a nearby ship.
Repeat Stereo Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6.00pm


Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Patrick Stewart
Commander William Riker:
Jonathan Frakes
Lt Commander Data:
Brent Spiner
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Gates McFadden
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
LeVar Burton
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
Marina Sirtis

The Route to 66. In 1953 England, undefeated at home, played Hungary, undefeated for two years. England were trounced 6-3. Sir Alf Ramsey and other former England managers and players recall how, from international humiliation, England went on to become world champions injust 13 years.
Executive producer Tony Moss ; Series producer Jean-Claude Bragard
Next programme tomorrow at 6.45pm
Repeat Stereo ..................................


Sir Alf Ramsey
Tony Moss
Jean-Claude Bragard

The series of short dramas r continues with a story set in the wrestling ring and starring
Neil Morrissey from Men Behaving Badly.
Trafford Tanzi
The rights of women in society are addressed in this modern classic about
Tanzi, a wrestler who fights for her title and her rights against husband Dean. See today's choices.
Written byClaire Luckham ; ProducerCas Lester
Director Juliet May ; Repeat


Neil Morrissey
Trafford Tanzi
Written Byclaire:
Claire Luckham
Cas Lester
Juliet May
Dean Rebel:
Neil Morrissey
Michael Maloney
Anastasia Mulrooney
Tanzi's dad:
Tim Healy
Tanzi's mum:
Sharon Duce
Platinum Sue:
Sophie Heyman

The second of two programmes from this year's show. Julian Tutt reports on a week of flying firsts and the dilemma faced by the UKaviation industry.
Should it combine with Europe or go forward with the United States.
Executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver


Julian Tutt
Peter Hylton Cleaver

The third instalment of the biography of the Bolton steeplejack.

In a generally harmonious life together, Fred and his wife Alison have never been able to agree about holidays. Now they go their own ways, Alison and the daughters to Greece, Fred to a steam rally at Stockport.
BBC Book: The Fred Dibnah Story, available in paperback from booksellers, £6.99.


Fred Dibnah
Alison Dibnah
Don Haworth

This week on the ultimate interior design challenge, two couples in Liverpool swap houses to transform a room in each other's home, under the guidance of designers Linda Barker and Graham Wynne. With Carol Smillie.


Carol Smillie
Interior designer:
Linda Barker
Interior designer:
Graham Wynne
Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Ann Hill

In the second of the new series of adventures, comedian Alexei Sayle travels along what is left of the Hejaz line in Syria. Arriving in Jordan, he catches an excursion train out of Amman and heads into the desert to discover the truth about Lawrence of Arabia.
See today's choices.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Followed by Video Nation Shorts


Alexei Sayle
David Hickman
Executive Producer:
David Taylor

Open University
12.30 A Question of Evidence - a look at the history of crime. Repeat 25980 1.00 Population Transition in Italy Repeat subtitled 77788 1.30 Modelling in the Money Markets Repeat
Summer Nights
2.00 The Art of Craft Collections 3 - a selection of craft programmes.
4.00 English Heritage History at Home Repeat 31299 4.30 Revaluing Literacy
Repeat 87893 5.00 Sound Advice Repeat 62096 5.30 The Adviser Unit 1 What's
In It ForMe?- Supervision Repeat
Open University
6.00 Modelling in Comfort Repeat
2386541 6.25 Anti-Racism Beyond the Debates Repeat 2305676 6.50
Engineering Mechanics Designing a Lift

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