NatWest Bank Trophy Second round
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of the morning's play from one of today's second-round matches. Commentators
TOM GRAVENEY Summarisers RAY ILLJNGWORTH
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS
A season of recent award-winning animation
The Silence of the Bats by FABIO LIGNINI
A Brazilian cartoon about one man, a dark house and a surprise. (R)
A Warm Reception in LA by VINCENT CAFARELLI and CANDY KUGEL
An everyday story about success in Tinseltown - the glamour, the dreams and the cheque that's in the mail. (R)
Last programme in the series Totally radical! A compilation of all the loudest, wildest and bestest bits from the last series. No chat, just music. Featuring the Soup Dragons, the Dog Faced Hermans and the Hook 'n' Pull Gang. Producer HAMISH BARBOUR BBC Scotland
A monthly anthology of travel, exploration and adventure - worldwide.
Introduced by John Ridgway Tonight, two films. First The Camels Are Coming - this is camel racing, modern style, with starting gates, grandstands, oval tracks eight miles round and prizes of Mercedes or Range Rovers. In the oil-rich Gulf, this is the latest 'sport of sheikhs'.
And One Man and His Horse - the story of a Nawab and his passion: the ancient Mogul sport of tent-pegging - or how, while riding at full gallop, to impale a piece of wood (about the size of an enemy's skull) on the point of a lance.
Producers ANDREW STEVENSON. DAVID SOUTH
Series editor TIM SLESSOR
Everyone at the MASH
4077th is beginning to get a little superstitious when the removal of a spirit post from the camp heralds a series of accidents. When it begins to affect the surgical operations, an exorcism is in order.
Written by JAY FOLB
Directed by ALAN ALDA (R)
Major Frank Burns:
The last in a six-part film with music by DENNIS POTTER starring with Janet Suzman
Patrick Malahide and Lyndon Davies Who Done It
'He's one step in front of us all the time. We've got to accept that.'
'I don't accept nothing. We'll root him out.'
'But where to look? Up a gum tree?'
'I tell you this - there's no such thing as a perfect hiding place. Sooner or later - somewhere or other - he's bound to give himself away.'
Directed by JON AMIEL
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First mysterious man:
Second mysterious man:
Staff Nurse White:
Philip (aged 10):
Mark Binney (aged 10):
Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
Reporters NICK CLARKE
LINDA CHRISTMAS, CHRIS LOWE
DAVID COSS. GAVIN ESLER
WILL HUTTON, WESLEY KERR
DAVID TINDALL. JANET TREWIN
CHARLES WHEELER Directors
JOHN WILKINSON , VICTOR MELLANEY Assignment editors
NIGEL CHAPMAN. NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
11.35 Maths: Complex Analysis
The properties of complex functions depend on the nature of their domains. Cauchy's Theorem was proved initially for star-shaped regions. But it is actually true for all regions without holes, ie simply-connected regions.
Producer DAVID SAUNDERS
12.00 Vidar's Right - Special Education in Norway
Norway has gone further than most countries in integrating pupils with special needs into ordinary schools. This programme looks at what they have achieved.
Producer NICK BRENTON (R)
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