P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:02:41           Regular programmes Mondays to Thursdays, 17.50-20.00 The Slot: Topical viewer opinion Wednesday evenings rpt: Thursday nights Dispatches Current affairs Fridays, 17.50-20.00 You Don't Know Me But... A public figure gives advice to someone in the news  PALplus widescreen details 371 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:03:14           Saturdays from 17 June 19.15-20.00 Europe Express The series that reveals exactly what Europeans are really up to returns for a new series with fresh reports from around the continent. The first programme includes an investigation of the murder of a Belgian vet who had been determined to expose an illegal racket to fatten up cattle. Repeated late Monday at 01.50  C4 follow-up 380  Books etc 381 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:00:22           Sunday 18 June 23.10-00.10 Juris Podnieks Memorial Films Accursed Town tells the story of the Estonian town of Paldiski with its once top-secret naval base and nuclear reactor. The Auction When communism ended in Hungary, the government gave people vouchers to compensate them for their suffering. These vouchers could be used to buy land from the old collectives. But this didn't always bring happiness.  C4 follow-up 380  Books etc 381 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:01:52           Sunday 18 June Late 00.10-02.15 World Cinema: Girl With the Red Hair Director Ben Verbong's feature about the Dutch Resistance herione Hannie Shaft who turned her back on a life of respectability to become a trained killer in the fight against the Nazis. In Dutch with English subtitles.  C4 follow-up 380  Books etc 381 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:10:02           Monday 19 June 22.55-23.30 Secret Asia: Nuclear Ginza Japanese photographer Kenfi Higuchi reports on safety conditions in Japan's nuclear power stations and examines allegations that workers have contracted cancer or radiation sickness Tuesday 20 June 21.00-22.0 Justice For Joy A documentary looking at the events surrounding the death of Joy Gardner and the public campaign which led to the recent trial at the Old Bailey Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:14:11           Thursday 22 June The Mind Field: Memories 20.00-20.30 Continuing the exploration of the psychology of everyday life, psychiatrist and psychotherapist Kwame McKenzie delves into the memory. Walk on the Wild Side 00.05-00.40 Another chance to see the hard-hitting youth documentary series, starting with a disturbing report on young fireraisers.  C4 follow-up 380  Books etc 381 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:11:11           Friday 23 June The Wild West 17.00-18.00 The final episode of The Wild West is 1889-1893 Ghost Dance. It brings together hundreds of years of hatred, bloodshed, misunderstanding and incompatible dreams to a brutal and tragic climax with the Battle of Wounded Knee. First shown on Monday 12 June  C4 follow-up 380  Books etc 381 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:00:02           Thought-provoking programmes on C4 This revolving page carries details of programmes of interest to members of Channel 4's Talking Heads Clubs. At a time when so much in the world seems in a state of turmoil, these programmes are the ones that deal with philosophical, religious, scientific and moral issues of relevance. Full details appear on 4-Tel on the day of broadcast. 4-Tel index: Page 300 on Channel 4 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:02:00           Sunday 18 June 16.15-17.15 Mission Northwest Passage In 1940 Hitler invaded Denmark and the Allies began to look at Greenland and their need to protect a cryolite mine, a mineral vital to the production of aluminium and aircraft. This means that the wooden schooner St Roch had to undertake a nightmare journey never attempted before. Two of the crew relive the xdar-long expedition in this repeat progralld.  C4 follow-up 380  Books etc 381 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow
P343 4-Tel 343 Mon 19 Jun C4 11:01:00           Monday 19 June 20.00-20.30 Short Stories: Silent Witness Gabriel Miller is seven and disabled - he cannot speak. Last December he and his family were having their breakfast when, without warning, the front door was smashed down and helmeted bailiffs and police stormed the house. The family was evicted and their house demolished for a motorway extension. But the Millers were not protesting, they simply had not been consulted.  C4 follow-up 380  Books etc 381 Club Events 4-Tel C4 Today C4 Tomorrow