6.50 Dinner at Baron d'Holbach's
7.15 Geology: Inside Volcanoes
7.40 Psychology: The TV Studio
8.05 Public Place and Private Space
8.30 Modelling Planetary Motion
8.55 Physics: Lightning Does Strike Twice!
9.20 Reaching the Community
9.45 Moving Muscles
10.10 Middlemarch by George Eliot
10.35 Art in Italy:
The Villa Farnesina
11.00 The Effective Manager: The Deep End
11.25 The Changing Countryside: Views of a Valley
11.50 Mineralisation in Cornwall
12.15pm Social Science: Abortion
12.40 Product Design: The Topper
1.05 Education: A Scottish Option
1.30 Modern Art: Cubism
1.55 Organic Chemistry
2.20 The Plough and the Hoe
A Network East presentation An Indian serial innine parts 3: Shrikant is invited to hunt on a prince's estate and there he meets an enchanting dancing girl.
Directed by PRAVEEN NISCHOL Written by SARAT CHANDRA CHATTERJEE BBC Pebble Mill
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Shown again tomorrow on BBC1 at 11.25pm)
John Thirlwell and Kathy Tayler are in opposing teams on a survival and adventure weekend in North Yorkshire.
It's a 48-hour test of stamina and initiative. With a minimum of assistance, the teams work out how to cross a river, build a shelter for the night, even repair a Landrover. Messy but enjoyable - a thoroughly dirty weekend.
Director MARCEL GUILLOU Producer MIKE MURRAY BBC Leeds
Christopher Jones reports on the week's proceedings in the House of Lords and questions Government ministers and Opposition peers about business in the Upper Chamber.
Editor KAROLYN SHINDLER
England v West Indies for the Texaco Trophy from Headingley
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of the concluding stages of the second of the three one-day internationals. Commentators
JACK BANNISTER Summarisers RAY ILLINGWORTH
with Moira Stuart
Mike Smartt reviews the week, with subtitles. Followed by Weather
On Tuesday HRH The Prince of Wales opens the Tate
Gallery Liverpool. BBC2 is marking the occasion with over 20 programmes on contemporary British art. Joan Bakewell introduces the painters, sculptors and photographers who appear during the coming week. Editor JOHN ARCHER
BBC WELSH SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA led by JAMES CLARK
Since his first visit as a guest conductor Mariss Jansons has enjoyed a special relationship with the BBC
Welsh, culminating in their highly successful televised cycle of Tchaikovsky symphonies last year.
Tonight they perform a work which is arguably its composer's finest symphonic achievement, BRAHMS'S
Symphony No 4 in E minor, Op 98.
Introduced by Brian Kay
Recorded in St David 's Hall, Cardiff
Lighting CHRIS SYMONS Sound GEOFF ATKINS
Producer ANDREW QUICK BBC Wales
Compact disc 'Festive Overture and Symphony No 1 ― Shostakovich BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra, BBCCD 637
written by JOHN HARVEY based on The Old Wives' Tale by ARNOLD BENNETT The last of six parts with Phyllis Calvert
Helen Cherry , Alfred Burke After more than 30 years apart, a chance meeting brings Sophia and Constance face to face. Now in their 60s, the two sisters find it as hard as ever to agree, and their battle of wills resumes behind the draper's shop.
Music GEOFFREY BURGON Producer JOHN HARRIS
Directed by ROMEY ALUSON
Man in hotel:
Woman in hotel:
A special programme to celebrate the great star's 80th birthday on 20 May.
Starring James Stewart with Richard Dreyfuss
Lee Remick , Walter Matthau Katharine Hepburn
Clint Eastwood , Gene Kelly Ronald Reagan and Gloria Stewart
Interviews, reminiscences and numerous clips from films such as Harvey, Rope, It's a Wonderful Life, The
Glenn Miller Story, Anatomy of Murder and The
Philadelphia Story help tell the story of this remarkable and endearing actor, a season of whose films begins next Saturday on BBC2.
Hosted by Johnny Carson Written by JOHN L. MILLER Produced by DAVID HEELEY and JOAN KRAMER
Directed by DAVID HEELEY
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The last of five programmes of the highlights from the birthday concert, featuring ' some of the biggest names in rock 'n' roll.
Television presentation PHIL CHILVERS