10.45 Science Foundation Course. Preparatory Maths: Graphs
11.0 Living with Technology: Facts Are Not Enough
Horizon visits the Indian village of Manikonda, where Bombay movies, educational programmes and re-runs of British TV comedy series like "To the Manor Born" have become a new part of rural life.
Jeremy James with up-to-the-minute news from Moscow. Anatoly Karpov v Gary Kasparov
Commentator Bill Hartston Producer JILL DAWSON
3: Homage to Catalonia
'I remember saying once to Arthur Koestler "history stopped in 1936", at which he nodded in immediate understanding. We were both thinking of totalitarianism in general, but more particularly of the Spanish Civil War ... I know it is the fashion to say that most of recorded history is lies anyway but what is peculiar to our own age is the abandonment of the idea that history could be truthfully written.'
Orwell, like many of his generation, enlisted to fight on the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War. Tonight Arena tells of Orwell's war.
It begins as a heroic crusade for a beleaguered socialist state, and ends with disillusion and betrayal, with Orwell fleeing across the Spanish frontier, a wounded and wanted man. with Stafford Cottman
Victor Alba , Enrique Ardroer Ramon Jurado and Professor Bernard Crick Producer ALAN YENTOB
Director NIGEL WILLIAMS
The third of six television concerts from St George's, Brandon Hill, Bristol The Chilingirian String Quartet
Mark Butler (violins) Csaba Erdelyi (viola)
Philip de Groote (cello) playing the Quartettsatz, in c minor, by Schubert and Bartok's Fifth Quartet, in five movements.
Sound JOHN D. WILSON Senior cameraman FRANK SHEPHERD
Lighting GEOFF STAFFORD Producer TONY STAVEACRE BBC Bristol
The plants grown in Britain's gardens are some of the richest and most varied in the world. But very few of them are native. Where do they come from?
How have we changed them? 3: Rhododendrons
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer BRIAN DAVIES Video, Mr Smith 's Flower Garden (BBCV/BBCB 1001) from retailers.
The return of BBC2's weekly winter sports action. Today featuring: The Men's Slalom from Sestriere
Ten years ago this month an 18-year-old won his first
World Cup slalom event in Italy. Today, 37 victories later, Swedish veteran
INGEMAR STENMARK sets out to regain the championship which he lost in March to Luxemburg's MARC GIRARDELLI.
Ron Pickering reports from the Italian Alps while David Vine looks ahead to the battle for the downhill title - can former Olympic Champion
FRANZ KLAMMER hold off the challenge from Sarajevo gold medallist BILL JOHNSON ? Television presentation by RAI Producer JIM RESIDE
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Moira Stuart looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles Editor BOB MCDOUGALL
Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton present Britain's most popular financial and business programme, with LUKE CASEY , NICK CLARKE and MARK ROGERSON reporting from home and abroad on your money and other people's. Including this week: The Knicker Millionaire: 12 months ago designer Calvin Klein unveiled a new range of 'masculine' underwear for women. It has made him a fortune and changed the face of American fashion.
But will it catch on here?
And Racing to a Profit: how one of the fastest-growing sectors of the British motor industry is the one which produces the quickest cars. Director DON HARLEY
Deputy editor MICHAEL HOGAN Editor RICHARD TAIT
Six families and their houses. It is not only stately homes which are infused with family history, memories and traditions. More ordinary dwellings carry their own stories. 6: The Tarry s
A Victorian Terraced House in Southampton
'They are all friends. They're not shadowy, they're people with characters of their own.' In Rona Tarry 's house past members of the family - smuggler, merchant and City Councillor, some of whom died over 100 years ago - have continued their presence, kept alive by photos, old possessions and handed-on stories. The house has a strong Edwardian feel as if gaslight were still used; some of grandmother's dresses still are. But family fortunes have had their ups and downs - loss of property, ghostly noises and a disappearance....
Photography REX MAIDMENT Sound recordist JACK CURTIS Research DORIS DWIGHT
Film editor TONY HEAVEN Directed and produced by DAVID PEARSON
Five hundred miles above the parched African landscape a satellite seeks clues to the problem of space on the ground.
In Kenya, fuelled by a rapidly rising population, the competition for land is threatening one of the wildlife wonders of the world. But the tools to tackle the problem are at hand - ranging from low-tech charcoal-burning stoves to the latest in high-tech space technology. Can solutions be found before the land race gets out of control? Or will the elephant, rhino and zebra lose out in this earthbound battle for space? Narrated by Iain Guest
Moira Stuart ; Weather
Ludovic Kennedy discusses Our House (BBC2), Just Sex
(C4) and Morgan's Boy (BBC1) with Rosalind Coward , author of Female Desire, and television dramatist
Elaine Morgan. Plus how to survive a television interview: former Ambassador
Sir Nicholas Henderson and John Goss , a professional adviser on personal presentation. Assistant producer
NICHOLAS SHAKESPEARE Director KEVIN LOADER Producer JOHN ARCHER
A series of films following three people as their lives unfold in the year after
General Election day 1983. Farmer Casson Fox had no doubts about how to solve the country's economic crisis. 'If everyone did a fair day's work for a fair day's pay there would be no problem.'
Casson Fox followed his own advice, working a seven-day week to produce the milk that would help him expand his 100-acre farm in West Cumbria. But things didn't go according to plan....
Film editor DOROTHEA GAZlDIS Producer BRIAN JAMES BBC Manchester
continues a season of films of fantasy and prediction.
Tonight starring Michael York
Richard Jordan Jenny Agutter
2274: the remnants of humanity, following the destruction of the world by war and pollution, are preserved in an enclosed city, doomed to a life of mindless pleasure until they are 30. What happens after that is a closely-kept secret. When security guard Logan discovers the truth, he is determined to find a way to the outside world....
Screenplay DAVID ZELAG GOODMAN based on the novel by WILLIAM F. NOLAN and GEORGE CLAYTON JOHNSON Produced by SAUL DAVID
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Second sanctuary man:
A Candlelit Service for Advent Sunday from Salisbury Cathedral Tonight 1,000 people stand in a dark Cathedral, facing west. They await, as they do every year, the lighting of the first candle of Advent.
They hope that its light will grow into a blaze as the carols begin and the choir visits each dark corner of the Cathedral.
This recording of last year's service is introduced by Peter Firth.
Choirmaster RICHARD SEAL
Assistant organist COLIN WALSH Producer CHRISTOPHER MANN