I Chart Bite (Scottish) 7—7.30pm. Pop }

videos and the Scottish charts presented by Mari Steven and Ewan MacLeod.

I The Invisible Wall (BBCl) 7.3(l—Spm. New series from the BBC's Disability Programmes Unit starting with a look at discrimination against disabled people. using hidden cameras to expose the 'invisible wall'.

I Mr Bean Goes to Town (Scottish ) 8—8.30pm. Repeat of the Rowan Atkinson comedy: tonight the bumbling hero buys a new camera.

I Paul Merton’s Life of Comedy (BBC 1 ) 8.30—9pm. Last in the series of telly nostalgia which roughly maps out the life of Paul using classic clips.

I The ITV Movie Awards (Scottish) 8.30—10pm. Mariella Frostrup and Bob Monkhouse head for Hollywood to hand out awards to the movie stars voted for by British television audiences.

I I Camcorder (Channel 4) 8.30-9pm. Robert Llewellyn continues his light- hearted look at camcorder techniques.

I Cardiac Arrest (BBC 1) 9.30-10pnt. Last episode in the biting hospital drama. An inquest opens into the death of a cancer patient who was given the wrong chemotherapy dosage.

I French and Saunders Go to the Movies (BBCl) l0—lO.30pm. Compilation of film-themed highlights frotn the comic duo‘s past shows. including Dawn as Kathy Bates ill Misery. screened as part of the Beeb's centenary ofcinema celebrations.

I E3. (Channel 4) l()—l().55pm. In a special episode written by the hospital

drama's medical adviser. Dr Greene

misdiagnoses a pregnant patient arid the race is on to save her and the baby's lives. This sparked off a wave of audience reaction when it was screened in America earlier this year.


I The Mind Field (Channel 4) 8—48.30pm. New series of pop psychology programmes which look at different aspects of human behaviour. presented by Dr Kwame McKenzie. First up is fear and how we can overcome it. with footage of a bungee jump and horror movies.

I Heartbeat (Scottish) 8.30—9.30pm. Nick investigates a break-in at a remote farm in the repeated country cop drama. I Men Behaving Badly (BBCl) 9.30—10pm. Tony scores with Jill. and things are going well until she finds his stash of porn mags. in this ultra-lads sitcom.

I Searching (Scottish) ‘).3()—l()pm. Carla Lane switches to ITV for her new bittersweet comedy set in a voluntary therapy centre. starring Prunella Scales and Victoria Carling.

I True Stories (Channel 4) 9.30—1 lpm. ‘The Village' is a documentary about the inhabitants of a small Kent village which is being gradually urbanised as the commuters move in and the traditional rural lifestyle is threatened.

I Inside Story (BBCI) IO- l().3()pm. Film about the experiences of three people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder who take part it) a new course in an attempt to get their lives back in order. I The Seven Deadly Sins (Channel 4 ) llpm—midnight. Peter Sellars directs Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill‘s final collaboration. The performance of songs and dance is intercut with material Sellars recorded in America.


I Power and the People (Channel 4) 7.55—8pm. Sheena McDonald introduces the start of a weekend of political debate by a representative sample of the polling public. who will consider the implications of Britain‘s twenty-year membership of the European Community.

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I I In the first of an occasional series of profiles with the world’s glitterati, Selina

Scott meets the American dream personified Donald Trump. On the back of the 80s real estate boom Trump made his pile, built a tower and married an exotic blonde. When the crash came it hurt Trump most, but now he’s bounced back, having traded in lvana for a younger, blonder model called Marla. This Hello-style documentary offers the chance to glimpse the millionaire lifestyle at close quarters.

Selina Scott Meets Donald Trump is shown on Tuesday 13 June at 10.40pm.

I Due South (BBCl ) S—S.5()pm. Fraser‘s keen sense of smell helps him track down the mysterious source of food poisoning in this Canadian mountie comedy drama. I Hotshots (BBCl ) 8.5(l—~‘)pttt. New documentary series about the remarkable techniques used during the making of natural history programmes. starting with the hard-to-photograph kingtisher.

I Rab C. Nesbitt (BBCZ) 9—9.30pnt. The Cotters and the ) ‘esbitts head off fora dream holiday ill the sun after Mary wins a competition on frozen chips packet.

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‘)-»-‘).3()pm. More rubber-faced comedy in ‘()ff the Rails'. when Lee and his 3 girlfriend go for a romantic holiday in


I The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer (BBCZ) 9.30 -l()pn). I.ast whiffof Vic alld Bob for this series as the l’etoltlanes do kung fit and the Slades get stung.

I Friends (Channel 4) ‘).3t)-- l()ptn. A power failure leaves Chandler stranded in a cash machine lobby with only a supermodel for company it) this American twentysomething comedy.

I Have I Got News For You (BBCZ)

Ill—10.30pm. Spike Milligan and Andrew N 'il join the regular captains for the last

in the current series of the topical laughs


I Roseanne (Channel 4) ll) l().3()pm. Darlene realises she never stopped loving David. but will she tell him'.’

I Drop the Dead Donkey (Channel 4)

ll)..‘s()—l l.()5pm. Wedding bells ring for i George. but was choosing l)ave as best

man really wise'.’ I Eurotrash (Channel 4) ll.()5—l l.4()pm. Tonight Jean-Paul and Antoine introduce

a report on the Italian transsexual scene.

I The Vibe (BBCB) ll.l5> l 1.45pm.

More soul and hip hop in quiz show

fortnat presented by Lisa l'Anson.


I Wanted: Butch Cassidy and the

Sundance Kid (7.30—gptn) Repeal of the

documentary about the search for the

t bodies of the famous outlaws who. legend has it. escaped to Bolivia.

I Fine Cut (BBC2) s.5().—l().t)5pni. Inside view of a .lapanese family by filmmaker Toichi Nakata who returned to his home after spending three years abroad.

I Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (Channel 4)

(J—l()pm. Last in the series as the ‘.ads. or

at least most of them. prepare to go home. I Delta Force (Scottish) ‘)--1 1.35pm. lititertaining film based on the real-life

rescue of a hijacked American passenger

plane in Athens. I Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush (Channel

4) l()—l l.()5pm. Repeat of Chris livans

award-winning comedy show which sends two lucky members of the studio audience on holiday the same night (hence the name).

I The Eagle Has Landed (BBCl) lt).4()pm--l2.50am. Classic war film about a Nazi plot to snatch British prime minister Winston Churchill. But will Michael Caine and Donald Sutherland let

tllem'.’ ()h no.

I Takeover TV (Channel 4)

ll.()5--l 1.50pm. More video clips from

: camcorder-land. I Whore (Channel 4) ll.5()pm—- 1 .25am.

Ropy Ken Russell movie with Theresa Russell (no relation) as a prostitute

working in Venice. California.


I Party of Five (Channel 4) (t.()5--7pm. Charlie proposes to Kirsten ~~ does this mean a family break up'.’

I Power and the People (Channel 4)

7- ()pm. Sheena McDonald introduces a two-hour report on what a sample of voters really think about Britain's role in liurope. The results of a ‘deliberative poll’. which goes into more depth than the usual Yes/No/l)on‘t Know format. will be announced.

I Fawlty Towers (BBCl ) 7.3a spin. More classic comedy with Jolm Cleese as the perpetually exasperated hotel owner. I The Vet (BBC | ) 8—8.50pm. Jennifer Ilolt finds being a partner isn't as easy as she hoped in the country vet series.

I Shine On Harvey Moon (Scottish) 8.30-9pm. The Moon family keep their chins up during post-war rationing in this comedy drama.

I The Governor (Scottish) ‘)—-l()pltl. The prison governor faces another battle in Lynda l.a Plante's gritty drama.

I Bonfire of the Vanities (Channel 4) 9—1 1.20pm. Shown as part of 'The Novel lmage' season. this adaptation of Tom Wolfe's book was roundly derided when it was released how bad is it‘.’

I Don’t Look Down (Scottish)

1 l.3()pm—12.l5am. Keitlt Bruce presents a report on Philip Kerr's new thriller novel Grit/iron. which is featured if) this issue of The List.

I N.B. (Scottish) 7—7.30pm. Sally Gray is out and about in Central Scotland giving the low-down on arts and events.

I Terry Pratchett’s Jungle Guest (Channel 4) 8—8.30pm. In search of the endangered orang-utan with the best- selling sci-fi author. See preview.

I Desmond’s (Channel 4) 8.30—9an Rerun of the sitcom about a West Indian barber in London starring the late Norman Beaton.

I The Outer limits (BBCZ) 9—9.40pm. Another instalment of the American sci-ti serial.

I Bramwell (Scottish) ‘)—l()pm. Continuing drama about a female Victorian doctor‘s battle to be accepted as a surgeon.

I The Wild West (Channel 4) ‘)—l()pm. Last episode of Ric Burns's superb documentary about the forging of the American West in blood.

I The Music Biz (B BCZ) ‘).4()—l().3()pm. The revealing portrait of the record industry continues.

I NYPD Blue (Channel 4) l()—lO.55pm. A bookie is shot dead but the detectives are on the trail.

I Dangerous lady (Scottish) 9—l0pm. The East lind gangland drama set in the ()(IS continues.

I lmran Khan :- Life After Cricket (Channel 4) ‘)—l()pm. Profile of the Pakistani cricket superstar who recently married Jemima Goldsmith amid a flurry of newspaper comment about a white woman 'enslaving herself to Islam'.

I But of the Blue (BBC 1) 9.30—1020pm. Another visit to the Sheffield nick to meet the latest ill a long line of TV cops.

I Selina Scott Meets Donald Trump (Scottish) 1040—] 1.40pm. Princess of television interviewers meets one of the world's richest men.


I Chart Bite (Scottish) 7—7.30pm. Scotland's charts. plus videos and pop gossip presented by that little-and-large duo Mari Steven and Ewan Mael.eod.

I A Touch of Frost (Scottish) 8—lf)pm. Repeal of the police series starring David Jason, which was conceived in an unasltamed pursuit of Inspector Morse- sized ratings.

I EB. (Channel 4) I()—l().55pm. Still depressed after last week‘s misdiagnosis. l)r Greene makes a disastrous impression on the new head of the Emergency Room. I Pat Garret and Billy the Kid (Channel 4) l()pm—12.2()am. Classic Sam I’eckinpah western starring James Cobum and Kris Kristofferson.

I The Mind Field (Channel 4) 8—8.30pm. More pop-psychology with Dr Kwame McKenzie.

I Heartbeat (Scottish) 8.30—9.30pm. Nick Berry solves another crime in the Yorkshire countryside to the accompaniment of a nostalgic 60s pop soundtrack.

I Men Behaving Badly BBC I) f).3()—l()pm. Martin Clones and Neil Morrissey are the flat-sharers with sex and lager on the brain in this laddish sitcom. I True Stories (Channel 4)

9.304 1.05pm. l‘Iy-on-the-wall film which documents three months in the life of a very disturbed eleven-year-old who is seemingly beyond the control of his parents.

I Stephen King’s Golden Years (Channel 4) ll.()5pm— l 2.55am. King wrote this TV serial about a secret government experimental lab where an explosion exposes its chief to an unknown chemical Compound.

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