6.25 Mass-Producing Fords
6.50 The Thames Barrier: Systems in Action
7.15 Attitudes: the Second Handicap
7.40 Orpheus Britannicus
8.30 Geology: Britain Before Man
8.55 Pure Maths: Space-Time Geometry
9.20 Meanings of Madness
9.45 Rural Life (2): Victorian Farming
10.10 Education: Signs of the Times
10.35 Equivalence Relations
11.00 Calculus: Differentiating Fields
11.25 Quantum Physics: Electrons and Photons
11.50 Maths Methods: Halley's Comet
12.15 Biology: Pollination
12.40 The Getting of Judgment
Bangladesh and Nepal: a World of Difference
Two totally opposite worlds. Both face ecological collapse. The present disaster in Bangladesh proves it has already started. How can we create a future out of the floods for the millions at risk?
Produced by MARIAN FOSTER BBC Pebble Mill (R) revised
Narrator Barry Paine
An eerie chorus rises to a crescendo - in the remote wilderness of Arctic Canada a pack of white wolves has scented prey; musk ox. Photographer Jim Brandenburg and biologist David Mech travel north to spend an Arctic summer in the company of wolves.
In stark contrast to their previous experiences they were soon accepted by the pack, and in the coming months they witnessed aspects of wolf society beyond their wildest expectations.
Wildlife photography JIM BRANDENBURG
Additional photography RICHARD GANNICLIFFT
Film editor DAVID BARRETT Producer ROBIN HELLIER
Series editor ANDREW NEAL BBC Bristol
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A Bookmark Portrait of James Clavell
As a curtain-raiser to the dramatisation of his novel Noble House on BBC1 this week. Bookmark talks to James Clavell about his extraordinary career.
His fascination with oriental society has a potent appeal for a western audience and his massive sagas of the East, Shogun, Tai-Pan and Noble
House are massive bestsellers. Producers ADAM LOW and DONALD STURROCK
Three Faces of Africa Tonight's programme showcases three distinct aspects of African music today. From Algeria, leading exponents of Rai including Chaba Fedela and Cheb
Sahraoui were filmed in Oran, the town that gave birth to the sound. From Nigeria, the acknowledged master of Juju music, King Sunny Ade. And finally the indestructible beat of the South African townships.
Mahlathini. the Lion of Soweto, and the MahoteUa Queens whose music provided the foundation for Paul Simon 's
Research FRANCIS HANLY
Directors MARK KIDEL. BOB PORTWAY Series editors NIGEL FINCH and ANTHONY WALL
Continuing a season of outstanding films from the key directors of the 70s, tonight starring Sean Connery
Candice Bergen Tangiers 1904: an American widow and her two children are kidnapped in a daring raid and held for ransom by Mulay El Raisuli , outlawed sovereign of the Riff. As international tension rises, President 'Teddy' Roosevelt decides to intervene with swift military action ...
Screenplay by JOHN MILIUS Produced by HERB JAFFE Directed by JOHN MILIUS
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First of 13 programmes presented by Colin Blakemore Producers
MARTIN FREETH. JOHN HEMINWAY