6.50 Seventeenth-Century England
7.15 The Mechanisation of Textile Spinning
7.40 Technology: Eurekaaargh! Part 1
8.05 Motion and Newton's Laws
8.30 Modelling and the Modelling Cycle
8.55 Earth's Physical Resources: Introduction
9.45 Henry TV Parts 1 and 2: Workshop 1
10.10 An Introduction to Economics
10.35 Ethnic Minorities: A Question of Colour
11.25 Volunteers and Social Management
11.50 'Mr Galileo Was Correct'
12.15pm Statistics: Patterns in Data
12.40 Deadline Midnight Wednesday
1.05 Designing with Models
1.30 Marketing in Action: Launching Neptune
1.55 Education: Aims for Good Practice
2.20 The Creation of Childhood
Presented by Shahnaz Pakravan , Sudha Kumari and Fatima Salaria
The topical magazine covering Asian affairs in Britain and abroad.
Today: an investigation into why Bengali Eastenders are missing out on school.
South Indian music from violinists Sangeetha Vidwan Sivaraman and Sangeetha Vidwan Kalaivani.
NARINDER MINHAS and JENNY COWAN
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR
In 1981 two Frenchmen, Frederic Beauchene and Thierry Caroni , embarked on what was the ultimate challenge - an unassisted crossing of the raging North Atlantic on a specially-built, 26-foot-long twin windsurfer. This fascinating and exciting documentary looks at the two men encountering heartbreak and elation as they make their preparations and then set out from New York to face the elements.
Some would call Frederic and Thierry men of courage; others might call them crazy. Directed by MICHEL TOREND
continuing the season of films specially chosen to complement BBC1's ten-part series. Today starring Rita Hayworth Glenn Ford
Buenos Aires, the end of the Second World War. Johnny Farrell is taken on as operator of a large gambling casino and discovers his boss's wife is none other than the woman in his past, Gilda. Rita Hayworth sings Put the Blame on Mame, Boys in one of the sexiest films of the 40s.
Screenplay by MARION PERSONNETT
Based on a story by E. A ELLINGTON Produced by VIRGINIA VAN UPP
Directed by CHARLES VIDOR
('Talking Pictures Monday on BBC1 at 10.10pm)
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Spanish for beginners with Yolanda Vazquez
Director STEPHEN MOSS
Producer DAVID WILSON
Christopher Jones reports on the week's proceedings in the House of Lords.
Editor KAROLYN SMNDLER
Moira Stuart reads today's latest news and sport.
Richard Whitmore reviews the week, with subtitles. Followed by Weather
The XV Olympic Winter Games live from Calgary
Opening Ceremony The traditional lighting of the Olympic flame heralds the start of 16 days of competition for the finest winter sportsmen and women in the world.
A record 59 nations have gathered in Calgary and the Canadian Rockies. More than 2,600 athletes and officials will take part. The most spectacular moments of the games - the men's downhill, the ice hockey and figure skating championships, and the fearless descents of the ski jumpers and bobsleigh teams - will be seen on BBCtv. Exclusive coverage begins with today's Opening Ceremony in the McMahon
Stadium at the University of Calgary, including the parade of teams and the arrival of the Olympic torch described by BARRY DAVIES. Introduced by Desmond Lynam
Television presentation CTV
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A series by JOHN BYRNE
Don You Rock Me, Daddy-O with A 'blast from the past' puts the wind up the Majesties' drummer when he and Danny ride the Radio Buckie airwaves ... Noreen throws in the towel.... and it's left to Suzi to blow up a storm. 'Is this a dagger I see before me?'
Radio station jingles by ANDY PARK
Produced by ANDY PARK
Directed by TONY SMITH
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Blonde young woman:
Screenwriter and director
PAUL MAYERSBERG introduces
Jean-Pierre Melville's celebrated thriller
(Le Deuxieme Souffle) starring
Gu Minda , a former underworld boss, escapes from prison. On his way to
Marseilles and safety, he kills two gangsters, henchmen of a gangland rival, but is forced to defer settling accounts. An ambitious plan to hijack a consignment of platinum puts Gu's reputation to the test.
Melville's tense thriller exposes the seedy underworld milieu dominated by distrust and betrayal.
Screenplay by JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE from the novel by JOSE GIOVANNI
Produced by CHARLES LUMBROSO and ANDRE LABAY
Directed by JEAN PIERRE MELVILLE
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