6.5 Seventeenth-Century England 6.55 Geology of the Alps: 1. 7.20 The Ghent Altarpiece. 7.45 History of Mathematics.
Today PARVEEN MIRZA discusses infant care with health visitor ZAITUN CASSAM. Pharmacist SALEHA KHAN talks about the use, misuse and possible side effects of medicines, and PANKAJ UDHAS sings a ghazal.
Producer YOUSUP AZIZ
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
Book, Speak for Yourself, £2.75 from booksellers
12.30 Caring for Older People: Hospital.
12.55 Consumer Decisions.
Each Easter pilgrims from Greece and Cyprus flock to the Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem and, through the liturgy of St John Chrysostom , proclaim ' Christ is Risen
Producer NUALA O'FAOLAIN
A BBC/Open University production
starring Charlie Chaplin Jackie Coogan
Six-year-old Jackie Coogan as the Kid - miniature version of the Tramp - acquired by mistake in infancy and brought up in a world of harshness and poverty. This is a ' picture with a smile - and perhaps a tear'.
Screenplay, music, production and direction by CHARLIE CHAPLIN
Films: page 21
The feature film starring
Roddy McDowall , Donald Crisp Elizabeth Taylor and Lassie
Concluding a season of films starring some of Hollywood's most popular child actors.
Poverty forces the Carraclough family to sell Lassie, their beloved collie. But neither distance nor chains can keep Lassie from finding her way back home.
Screenplay by HUGO BUTLER Produced by SAMUEL MARX
Directed by FRED M. WILCOX. Films; p 21
Duke of Rudling:
with subtitles, followed by Weather
An insight into the lives of individual French men and women. June. The Spa Doctor
As the summer season starts patients flock to the surgery of Dr Jean-Louis Bourdier in search of mud, massage and the Vichy water cure. But the doctor still finds time for his family, his entertaining and his Jaguar. And as a town councillor he must attend the annual ceremony honouring de Gaulle's fight for a Free France-especially significant to Vichy.
The best so far: informative, atmospheric, and full of distinct Gallic feeling. (THE DAILY TELEGRAPH) Series editor EDWARD MIRZOEFF Producer judi CONNER
A series of films exploring the English hedgerow: June -
Midsummer in the hedgerow brings roses, elderflowers and an abundance of exquisite grasses.
David Streeter and Rosamond Richardson reveal the beauty of the hedgerow, show how to trace documents which may tell us something of its history, and make a refreshing elderflower cordial.
Film cameraman NIGEL MEAKIN
Producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
Book (same title), hardback £10.50, paperback £5.95 from booksellers
A series of six episodes by CHARLES MCKEOWN
4: The Headmaster goes on the wagon, Davies gives Miss Shilling an unwelcome present, and Parsons demands the redecoration of the common room. All of which present problems for Pinkerton.
Music arranged by RONNIE BAZLEBURST Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Produced by GARETH GWENLAN Directed by JOHN B. HOBBS
A series of eight documentaries 5: Eskrima - The Filipino Way Narrated by Dennis Waterman
Cacoy Canete is the undisputed master of the Philippines' own martial art. Eskrima is spectacular, fast and very effective, tested by the need to survive in a violent society. The Canete family founded a club to practise and develop their art and are seen celebrating its 50th anniversary in the company of experts from all over the country.
Film editor ANDREW JOHNSTON
Assistant producer HOWARD REID Written and produced by MICHAEL CROUCHER BBC Bristol
starring Kenneth Welsh
Jennifer Dale , Martha Henry Gabriel Arcand
A serial in six parts 5: Titans Don't Cry
Montreal 1954: Neither of his sons having proved a fit successor, Sir James Munroe is on the verge of selling the empire he has built up. However a meeting with a young reporter, who suggests one of his daughters might take over instead, opens his eyes to the 1950s, to youth and to love, and the powerful wrath of his wife.
Screenplay by DOUGLAS BOWIE Directed by DENYS ARCAND
Executive producer MARK BLANDFORD A CBC production
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK present full coverage of developments in the last day's campaigning before voting in the General Election. LINDA ALEXANDER and JOAN BAKEWELL present Newsnight's review and analysis of the rest of the day's events.
12.0 Part 3; Systems Engineering
The new San Francisco Railway suffered repeated breakdowns due :to many of the engineering concepts, like the trains beingfail-saferatherthanfail-soft.
12.25 Instrumentation: Fourier Analysis and Transducer Response
Any variation may be reproduced artificially by a suitable and simultaneous combination of simple oscillations. Engineers use this property ito measure the response of various instruments 40 changes in pressure and acceleration.
12.50 Inorganic Chemistry: Bonding
How do electrons bond atoms together to form molecules?