11.25 Caring for Older People: Work and Retirement
11.50 Maths: Decision Tree Analysis
12.15 Science: Race for a Gene
1.05 Cropping the Countryside
1.30 Working Wildlife Into Our Environment.
Presented by Shahnaz Pakravan Sudha Kumari and Fatima Salaria.
The programme visits
Northern Ireland to profile the small but long-settled
Asian community there and explores how they are coping with the Troubles. New singing trio Saffron make their television debut with a cover version of the Crystals' hit Then He Kissed Me.
Interior designer, Rashid Din - the man behind the new image of shops like Next - talks about his work.
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX Producer NARINDER MINHAS
Series producer NARENDRA MORAR BBC Pebble Mill
- The first of two films by the great Hollywood director George Cukor starring
Ingrid Bergman Charles Boyer Joseph Cotten with Dame May Whitty Angela Lansbury
A young bride returns to live in the house where her aunt was murdered. Under the influence of this mysterious atmosphere and her husband's sinister behaviour she begins to doubt her sanity. Ingrid Bergman won the Best Actress Academy
Award for her performance.
Screenplay by JOHN VAN DRUTEN. WALTER REISCH and JOHN L BALDERSTON based on the play by PATRICK HAMILTON
Produced by ARTHUR HORNBLOW JR Directed by GEORGE CUKOR (Blackandwhite)
(Part 2 of 'George Cukor Double Bill 'A Double Life', at 4.50pm)
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Cukor is often considered one of the world's finest directors of actresses, but in this film he steered
Ronald Colman towards an Academy Award for his performance as the Broadway actor increasingly dominated by the characters he portrays on stage. When he agrees to play Othello madness and murder threaten to destroy him.
Screenplay by RUTH GORDON and GARSON KANIN
Produced by MICHAEL KANIN Directed by GEORGE CUKOR
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Moira Stuart reads today's latest news and sport. Lisa Davidson reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles.
Followed by Weather
Another showing of the prizewinning story of how a classic recording was made, featuring
In September 1984, in a New York recording studio, composer Leonard Bernstein conducted for the first time anywhere a complete performance of his 1957 musical. Omnibus cameras covered the five hectic and exhilarating days of rehearsing and recording to make this documentary. Reviewing the record in Gramophone,
Edward Greenfield says, 'The speed with which the whole piece moves is astounding, not just as a superb entertainment but as a Shakespearean tragedy modernised and intensified'.
Based on an original concept by JEROME ROBBINS
Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM Book by ARTHUR LAURENTS derived from
Romeo and Juliet
Producer HUMPHREY BURTON
Director CHRISTOPHER SWANN (R)
Celia Cruz with Tito Puente and His Orchestra
The Queen of Salsa teams up with the King, in a spectacular performance filmed at the Apollo Theater in New York. Combining Cuban rhythms, glamour, verve and sass, the dynamic voice of Celia Cruz has thrilled audiences all over the world for decades. She has been compared with Aretha Franklin, Sarah Vaughan, and Ella Fitzgerald, but to Hispanics in America she is little less than a goddess, and she still sings the chants of Cuba's ancient Santerra religion. With special guest Johnny Pacheco.
Film cameraman COLIN WALDECK, BILL BROOMFIELD, JOHN SENNETT
Film editor COLIN KNlJFF
Assistant producer DIANA MANSFIELD
ANTHONY WALL. NIGEL FINCH
Eisenstein at 90
To coincide with the celebration of the 90th anniversary of Eisenstein's birth, Naum Kleiman , curator of the Eisenstein
Museum in Moscow, introduces two of his films.
Ivan the Terrible
Nikolai Cherkassov Eisenstein's boldly composed images,
Prokofiev's striking score and Cherkassov's superb performance make Ivan the Terrible the greatest achievement of Eisenstein's career.
At his coronation, Tsar Ivan IV declares his intention to unite Russia into a strong, independent state. His programme makes him implacable enemies, who threaten his throne and his very life. But Ivan is not slow to learn the uses of power.
Written, produced and directed by SERGEI M. EISENSTEIN
(A Russian film with English subtitles) and at 11.05pm Strike
Eisenstein's feature debut is a devastating chronicle of the events surrounding the famous industrial dispute of 1912. It demonstrates the young director's radical theories of montage. Strike is also remarkable for its imaginative photography, cruel imagery and the energetic performances by members of the PROLETKULT
Performed by members of the FIRST WORKERS' THEATRE Screenplay by PROLETKULT Edited by v PLETNYOV
Directed by SERGEI EISENSTEIN Television presentation by GILLIAN GEERING
(First showing on British television Black and white)
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Suntory World Matchplay Championship
With HARRY CARPENTER