6.5 Modem Art: Manet. 6.30 A Renaissance Church in Rome. 6.55 Biology: Life on Seashores. 7.20 Science-Into the Earth.
8.55 Orchestra. Last of six programmes tracing the evolution of the modern symphony orchestra. Coda
9.26 Twentieth-Century History Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima
Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor in 1941? 9.48 Mathscore Two
8: Numbers Growing: a poinsettia plant relates to a 'golden' rectangle, thanks to Fibonacci sequences.
10.10 Look and Read. The Boy from Space by RICHARD CARPENTER 6: Where is Tom?
10.35 Geography Casebook: Britain. Upland Country: to the visitor, the upland of North Wales may look peaceful enough, but there are severe strains on the look and life of the area.
11.0 Watch. Robin Hood 3: The Castle (Repeat. Details on Wednesday at 2.1 pm)
11.17 Brazil. City of Newcomers
A look at one of the families that have moved from the countryside into the slums of Belo Horizonte , Brazil's third largest city.
11.40 History 11-13: The Middle Ages. The Church: seen through the eyes of contemporary pilgrims and the presenter, RICHARD BURROWS.
12.3 pm Bellamy's New World
Eight films exploring America and its botanical history. 6: US Amaizing
Presenter DR DAVID BELLAMY * Subtitles on Ceefax page 270
12.35 Inside Japan
Ten films on contemporary Japan 6: Beautiful Human Life
1.5 Maths Help
For adults studying maths to O-level Functions and Inequalities
1.19 Science Topics
Electronics in Action: the modern world of electronics stretches from rock groups to computers that can almost think for themselves. Series producer PETER bratt
1.40 Let's See -Your Health (Full details on Wednesday 1.38 pm)
2.0 You and Me. 'M' is for Monster Duncan is scared by a monster but Sam tells him a story about a mouse.
2.15 Near and Far. Tundra
Home to Eskimos and oil people: frozen solid in winter and abounding with wildlife in summer.
2.40 Look, Look and Look Again
Natural Details: colourful flowers and butterflies in an inner-city classroom.
What Can I Do?
A look at the fortunes of some 16-year-old Coventry school-leavers in 1982. How does the education system help?
Producer NICK BRENTON
A BBC/Open University production
with subtitles, followed by Weather
1605: The earth is no longer the centre of the universe ... the King's doctor warns that smoking can damage your health ... Shakespeare's new play is a sell-out.... and Guy Fawkes refuses to talk.
Chris Serle takes a modern look at the news bulletins of the past with John Mundy , Alison Christie -Murray, Glenda Simpson , Barry Mason and Dr Christopher Haigh. Director MICK DEMPSEY Producer JUDY MERRY
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
The motorcycle trials competition for the Lombard Tricity Trophy.
Heat 2: Two 'more groups of young riders race against the clock for a place in the Grand Final.
Commentators PETER PURVES and MICK ANDREWS
Director JOHN G. SMITH
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Pebble Mill
A series of nine programmes Episode 8 by BARRY PURCHESE
Although Mr Humphries is certainly a provider of work, Tucker is less than happy with the financial rewards. With his bike to pay for, is it time to flex some industrial muscle?
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Director chris MENAUL
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Films of early exploration introduced by Duncan Carse
Land Beyond the Mountains (1924)
In 1924 the migration of the Bakhtiari tribe across Persia was accompanied - and filmed - by three Americans: the first 'foreigners' ever to have made the great trek with the herds to the summer pastures.
It follows the tribes across the rocky uplands and the fording of rivers by hundreds of people and thousands of animals, 'The greatest piece of continuous action we had ever seen'. At the last mountain barrier the barefoot tribesmen have to dig a path through great snow-drifts, before descending into the pastures - the promised land beyond the mountains.
Narrator Blain Fairman
Film editor KEN BERRY
Producer richard ROBINSON
Geneva -the first major Motor Show of 1984 opens today with William Woollard and Sue Baker there to look at what you could be driving in the near future. Frank Page has been on a tour of Europe, testing two of the show's new cars, the Renault 25 and Volkswagen's Jetta, and stopping off in West Germany to sample the highly personal service offered by one manufacturer to its customers.
Producer BRIAN STRACHAN
Executive producer DENNIS ADAMS
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The Wreck in Campese Bay
A broken handle from an ancient amphora and three old photographs in a London House were enough to put Oxford archaeologist Mensun Bound on the trail of an Etruscan ship wrecked off the coast of Italy 2,600 years ago. But Reg Vallintine , one of Britain's most experienced divers, had last seen the site 20 years before. Could he find it again 140 feet down on the sea-bed off the island of Giglio? And if he succeeded, how risky would it be for archaeologists to work at the very limits of safety for air-breathing sub-aqua divers - risks which were to be compounded by ruthless underwater pirates?
In this month's Chronicle, Andrew Faulds narrates the story of MENSUN BOUND'S quest for an invaluable wreck whose unique cargo could throw new light on the mysterious Etruscans and the patterns of trade which existed in the Mediterranean 600 years BC.
Film editor RAOUL SOBEL
Film cameramen DAVID SWAN. JOHN BECK Written and directed by ROY DAVIES Series editor BRUCE NORMAN
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Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones with Brenda Blethyn Andrew Francis
Annabel Leventon Annette Lynton
Tony Robinson and Hugh Thomas Join the police on a night siege and probe the soft underbelly of the pop world. Yes, it's another exciting episode in the Smith and Jones 'Guide to Life'. This week: how to become a barbed-wire consultant and solve the enigma of correlation.
Script editor JIMMY MULVILLE Lighting director GEOFF SHAW Make-up designer JUDY CAIN
Designer RICHARD BRACKENBURY Produced and directed by MARTIN SHARDLOW
Narrated by Robert Winston
A Sinister Shadow
Two weeks ago Donald House felt unwell; his doctor diagnosed pneumonia. Although he's had antibiotics - and stopped smoking his usual 30 cigarettes a day - he isn't any better. The X-ray shows a persistent shadow on his left lung.
Film editor GEOFFREY BOTTERILL
Producer HENRY CAMPION
Series editor DAVID PATERSON
The Theatre of Dario Fo
, Dario Fo is unique in world theatre.
Playwright, actor, clown, teacher and philosopher, he is an international celebrity with two West-End smash hits to his credit - Can Pay? Won't Pay! and Accidental Death of an Anarchist. He is also a passionate collector of theatre history and a great hero of the Italian Left.
Arena filmed DARIO FO against the background of medieval Italy, working with students in Umbria, at home in Milan and against the colourful backdrop of the Venice Carnival, where he performed his triumphant one-man comic show, Mistero Buffo.
COLIN WALDECK. KEVIN ROWLEY Film editor GERRY POMEROY Producer ALAN YENTOB DirectorDENNIS MARKS
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by the Labour Party
(Also on BBC1 at 9.0 pm)
11.45 Psychology: It's a Matter of Opinion Does punishment mark a child for life? Eminent psychologists Sigmund Freud and B. F. Skinner agree that it can, but for different reasons.
12.10 Systems, Boundaries and Biases This programme shows how we continually isolate issues by drawing boundaries around them.