6.50 Seventeenth-Century England
7.40 Nuclear Weapons: Crisis Management
8.05 Foretelling Fatigue Life
8.30 The National Grid
8.55 Sociology: Principles of Caste
9.20 A Renaissance Church
9.45 Hamlet: Workshop
10.10 What's in Store
10.35 Handicapped in the Community
11.00 Survival in a Competitive Environment
11.25 Pine Point Mine: Origins
11.50 Understanding Space and Time
12.15pm The Sale of AWACS
12.40 Education: Words to that Effect
1.05 Introductory Electronics
1.30 Modem Art: Futurism
1.55 What Value Nuclear Protests?
2.20 The Plough and the Hoe
A Network East presentation An Indian serial in nine parts 4: Shrikant's childhoodfriend, Rajlakshmi, has become a courtesan. When he is invited to hunt with her master, a prince, she dances for them. She recognises
Shrikant immediately, but will he remember the girl he thought was dead?
starring Lupe Velez Leon Errol
When Dennis Lindsay returns from Mexico with his fiery new wife Carmelita, his parents, ex-fiancee and the rest of Manhattan don't know what's hit them!
Screenplay by JOSEPH A. FIELDS and CHARLES ROBERTS Produced by CLIFF REID
Directed by LESLIE GOODWINS
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Volvo PGA Championship from
Wentworth BERNHARD LANGER played almost perfect golf to win this title last season. This year the winning Ryder Cup team will be chasing him, but today, the players' thoughts will be on avoiding the cut, after which only the top 65 go through to the last two days. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
from beneath the Red Sea with Tony Soper and Michael DeGruy
Giant Napoleon wrasse, poisonous lion fish, flamboyant Spanish dancers - all inhabitants of the dazzling world of coral tracked down by marine explorer Martha Holmes. Dressed for inner space, complete with bubble helmet, Martha sets off on an underwater 'nature trail' pursued by finning cameramen armed with the most sophisticated equipment ever used on a natural history broadcast. Assistant producers
ALASTAIR FOTHERGILL and ROBIN PRYTHERCH Producer ROBIN HELLIER BBC Bristol
The Non-fiction Award - Cashing in on Books?
Britain's latest and most lucrative literary prize, the NCR Non-fiction Award, was presented for the first time this week.
Hermione Lee reports on how the judges, chaired by Jeremy Isaacs , with Victoria Wood and Prof Norman Stone , progressed from their first meeting last year to the announcement of the winner last Wednesday. Plus a profile of the winning book from the short list which includes works by CLAIRE TOMALIN.
KATHLEEN TYNAN ,
N.C. CHAUDHURI. MAX HASTINGS.
MICHAEL IGNATIEFF and DAVID THOMSON.
Do book awards serve a useful purpose or are they just a glorified PR exercise?
Production assistant RACHEL FOSTER Executive producer JOHN ARCHER Producer DAISY GOODWIN
Moira Stuart reads today's latest news and sport. Mike Smartt reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles Followed by Weather
which opens a season of the great actor's films in celebration of his 80th birthday. With June Allyson Among the most enduring of all
James Stewart 's films is this remarkable biopic of the musician whose hits included Moonlight Serenade, In the Mood, String of Pearls and Tuxedo Junction.
Stewart achieves a remarkable likeness to the great band leader, and the story of his life, his marriage and his music is movingly told in this perennially popular movie.
Screenplay by VALENTINE DAVIES and OSCAR BRODNEY
Musical adaptation by HENRY MANCINI Produced by AARON ROSENBERG Directed by ANTHONY MANN
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A series of programmes on three successive nights from different locations in Israel and the West Bank.
Through Israeli Eyes
The first programme comes from Kiryat Anavim, a kibbutz a few miles west of Jerusalem and the site of a cemetery for Israeli soldiers killed in the country's first war for survival in 1948. Today, 40 years and four wars later, Michael Ignatieff asks a group of Israelis how they see the new challenge now facing them - the intifada or uprising of Palestinians in Israel's occupied territories.
Vietnam: a US army captain is given a 'mission to kill'. His assignment is to track down the renegade Col Kurtz who has established his own 'empire' in the jungle. This masterly film, freely adapted from Joseph Conrad 's novel The Heart of Darkness, proved to be one of the definitive studies of men in war, depicted through the captain's almost surreal odyssey in search of his victim. Magnificently photographed, this is one of the director's most remarkable and powerful films.
Screenplay by JOHN MILIUS and FRANCIS COFPOLA
Produced and directed by FRANCIS COPPOLA
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