6.45 Breaths of Life 7.10 Maths: Catastrophe Theory 7.35 The Midlands Enlightenment 8.00
Social Problems and Social Welfare
8.25 Physics: Magnetic Confinement
The Playground Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv
Ancient stories with a modern message. Philip Hawthorn recounts The Caliph's Feast. • STEREO
One World, God's World. In the buildup to next month's earth summit in Rio de Janeiro, Graham Young meets
Christians committed to action.
Magazine reflecting the concerns of the deaf community.
With signing and subtitles.
A ten-part course for beginners in spoken Hindi and Urdu. • BBC SUPPORT MATERIAL: book, video and cassettes - for details phone BBC
Education Information on 08 1-[number removed].
Busy cooks can improvise with this delicious recipe for Italian tuna pasta.
Using the art of influence.
BBC BOOK: How Do You Manage?, £6.99. from booksellers.
For a self-help guide to UK management courses, send a £2.50 cheque, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
The third of six programmes on women and the Establishment.
Judge for Yourself. Is the law an antiquated "old boy network" that fails women?
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Bazaar celebrates its 100th programme with three favourite cooks, Lesley Waters , Clare Connery and Kenneth Gardnier. Presented by Nerys Hughes.
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Make your own weather.
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John Craven with the latest countryside stories.
Including at 12.55 the weather for the week ahead.
Followed by On the Record
Jonathan Dimbleby and John Cole look at political issues.
Omnibus edition. Gill's illness causes heartache for Mark.
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A love story starring Richard Burton
When unconventional artist
Laura Reynolds meets strait-laced Dr Edward Hewitt at her son's school, his initial antagonism towards her turns to fierce attraction.
Director Vincente Minnelli
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Dr Edward Hewitt:
Young Jobe Famum (Kelly Reno), fighting bravely at the battle of the Alamo, is whisked into the 20th century and into a tourist trap. This is directed by Michael Moore from a story by Steven Spielberg.
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Eagle Story. The American emblem, the magnificent bald eagle, has become rare in parts of the United States.
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The quest for Britain's top amateur chef continues with an actor, a public relations consultant and a dentist, all from London. Perfect Scoundrel star Peter Bowles and chef Joyce Molyneux from the Carved
Angel in Dartmouth join Loyd Grossman to judge the results. Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Thora Hird visits Liverpool's Anglican and Roman Catholic cathedrals, and further south, meets the new Bishop of London. Plus the viewers' most requested hymn, The Old Rugged Cross. Series producer Christopher Mann
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Final episode of the comedy written by Roy Clarke , starring Tony Britton Susan Hampshire
Vivian has a spring in his step until he discovers problems with both his cars. Marvin's father doesn't exactly help.
Director/Producer Harold Snoad
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Drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, starring Ian Carmichael
Andrew Keir , David Robb Crimes and Misdemeanours
Alec looks forward to the farm auction. Veronica decides to return to London.
Episode written by Bill Craig Producer Aileen Forsyth Director Ken Hannam
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Sir James Menzies:
Macrae of Balbuie:
When You're a Duke, People Think You 're an Idiot. This week, Alan Whicker talks to a Grandee, once married to the ex-wife of singer Julio Iglesias , and meets the Duke of Arion, who now produces gin and tomatoes. Producer Tony Salmon
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First of a three-part thriller starring
Advertising executive Andrew Fell discovers, on Christmas Eve, that his ex-lover has committed suicide. His obsession with her death leads him to the first link in a cover-upof food double dealings, and into danger for himself and his family. Writer David Pirie and director Ben Bolt worked together on the wartime thriller Never Come Back. Edge of Darkness star Bob Peck also stars in An Ungentlemanly Act, a drama to be shown on BBC2 in June, while Sharon Duce is currently in the BBC1 series Growing Pains on Saturday evenings.
Producer Sarah Lawson
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With Martyn Lewis.
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In the last semi-final, the specialist subjects are: the British submarine; the history of the Derby; English heraldry; and the history of the First World
War. With Magnus Magnusson. Director Andrea Conway
Producer Penelope Cowell • STEREO
Too Many People
On the eve of the Earth Summit in Brazil, a look at the contrasting prospects for children in Britain and the developing world.
The film explores what the future holds for one young girl from
Bangladesh, as experts predict that her country's population will have doubled by the year
2025, a growth that resources will be unable to sustain.
Producer Beth Holgate Editor John Blake
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True Confessions. Kirk lies about his birth-date.
True stories from the hidden world of science.
The Strange Story of Napoleon Wallpaper. After his death, a lock of Napoleon Bonaparte's hair was found to contain arsenic. Was he murdered?
David Jones investigates. • STEREO
The Astronomer Royal,
Professor Arnold Wolfendale , joins Patrick Moore to discuss the latest information received from the Cosmic Background Explorer satellite, COBE. • STEREO