THERE'S little chance of even the tardiest lover forgetting the significance of February 14, with Pearl's Be My Valentine campaign constantly flashing across the screen as a reminder. The station's already started putting viewers in the mood with its twice nightly romantic videos accompanied by ''love messages'' from Hongkong's smitten. Now, it's bombarding audiences with a week's worth of lurve movies, starting with a classic. Shout ''ELAINE!'' loudly enough and everyone recognises The Graduate (Pearl 9.45 pm, Original Running Time 105 mins), a landmark movie of the late 1960s, which boasts one of the best known soundtracks ever, courtesy of Simon and Garfunkel. In his first big film role, Dustin Hoffman plays Benjamin, the naive college graduate who's seduced by an older woman (Anne Bancroft), then falls for her daughter (Katherine Ross). Should be interesting to see, 26 years after the film was made, whether local censors will dare show the seduction scene in full. Incidentally, the title role was first offered to then rising star Robert Redford, who declined on the grounds he didn't think audiences would believe he'd got through college a virgin. He wasn't wrong. Look out for a brief appearance by a young Richard Dreyfuss (Jaws) in the Berkeley rooming house. * * * *THAT probably won't leave much of an audience for Miami Super Cops (World 9.30pm, ORT 101 mins), an action movie about two FBI guys trying to recover the proceeds of a $20 million heist. Terence Hill and Bud Spencer star in this cars, cops and corpses caper. * * * *WANG Xizhe, one of China's longest-serving political prisoners, was released last Wednesday after serving 11 years of a 14-year term. Monday Monitor (World 8.30pm) speaks to the Democracy Wall activist who still believes in the fight for social democracy, at home in Guangzhou. The second half of the programme looks at China's decision to impose compulsory AIDS tests on all visitors who enter the country more than 12 times a year. Its aim is to stop the spread of the disease on the mainland, but MM asks how effective such a measure can hope to be. * * * *THE Pearl Report (Pearl 7.35 pm) reveals that tens of thousands of mainland Chinese people have been smuggled into the US over the past four years, the majority destined for years of servitude in squalid conditions controlled by brutal syndicates. The investigative team reports that most of the ships transporting this human cargo are from Hongkong, and asks why the governments involved are doing little to stop the practice. * * * *SOCCER fans can rejoice in a double dose of the sport. At the reasonable time of 6.30 pm, Prime Sports is broadcasting yesterday's League Cup semi-final, first leg match between Crystal Palace and Arsenal. And, at the unreasonable hour of 12.15 am, Pearl brings us action from the FA Premier League in the form of highlights from the match between Aston Villa and Ipswich.