12.00 Science: Preparatory Maths - Numbers
12.15 Accounting for Managers
12.40 The Health Service: Plans for Change
1.05 Changing Countryside: Views of a Valley
1.30 Caring for Older People: Hospital
Network East has a team on the spot to cover the campaigns of the two main political contenders: Benazir Bhutto 's Pakistan Peoples
Party and Mohammed Khan Junejo's Pakistan Muslim League.
Plus analysis of the results and exclusive interviews. Producer NARINDER MINHAS
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR
In this new version,
Ricky Schroder plays Ceddie, who finds himself the sole heir to a title and fortune. Alec Guinness plays his grandfather who disowned
Ceddie's father for marrying a commoner and now succumbs to the charm of his American grandson.
Screenplay by BLANCHE HANALIS based on the novel by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
Produced by NORMAN ROSEMONT Directed by JACK GOLD
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Earl of Dorincourt:
Patrick Moore and Dr Alan Wright discuss radio sources in the sky.
Producer PIETER MORPURGO
Tennent's UK Professional Snooker Championship DAVID VINE introduces coverage over the next nine days from Preston Guild Hall.
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Tomorrow sees the start of the Lombard RAC Rally - the last round of this year's
World Rally Championship. Once more Lancia dominate, having already won both the manufacturer's and drivers' titles, but who will provide their greatest challenge over the next five days and 2,000 tortuous miles? Will it be the Russians - over here for the first time in recent years - the Scandinavians, the Japanese or the British? It may even be a lone
Australian, ROSS DUNKERTON , still convinced that the event is 'full of people with unpronouncable names who will all be driving very quickly between London and Brighton!'
William Woollard and Tony Mason watch some of the preparations, meet the drivers and preview what has become one of the country's largest motor-sporting events.
Producer TONY RAYNER
Executive producer TOM ROSS BBC Pebble Mill
(Coverage begins tomorrow at
10.30am on BBC2)
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Lisa Davidson reads today's latest news and sport.
Laurie Mayer reviews the week, with subtitles. Followed by Weather
by BENJAMIN BRITTEN
Libretto by E. M. FORSTER and ERIC CROZIER from the story by HERMAN MELVILLE
Michael Berkeley introduces this masterly opera from Britten's maturity. It is a story of the conflict between love and duty set at the time of the Napoleonic Wars on board a British warship, HMS Indomitable.
This production was staged at the English National
Opera last spring, and Tim Albery 's radical production drew uniformly high praise from press and public.
Thomas Allen is Billy Budd Philip Langridge is Captain Vere and Richard Van Allan is Claggart
English National Opera Chorus chorusmasters
MARTIN HANDLEY and DAVID DRUMMOND
English National Opera Orchestra led by RAYMOND OVENS conducted by DAVID ATHERTON
8.25 Michael Berkeley talks to Eric Crozier ,
Theodor Upmann , Thomas Allen and Tim Albery about the opera's origins as well as its various and sometimes controversial interpretations.
8.45* Act 2
Stage lighting DAVY CUNNINGHAM Designers TOM CAIRNS and ANTONY MCDONALD Directed for the stage by TIM ALBERY
Interval director KRISS RUSMANIS Radio 3 producer JOHN EVANS Videotape editor PHIL SOUTHBY
Television sound GRAHAM HAINES
Television lighting ALAN WOOLFORD Directed for television by BARRIE GAVIN
MA simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3. Viewers with stereo Radio 3 may wish to turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away.
Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative.
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Mr Flint PHILLIP:
A film in four parts by DENNIS POTTER based on The Past Is Myself by CHRISTABEL BIELENBERG 1: As wedding bells peal out across the English countryside, the bride's father begs her to change her mind. The village congregation is shocked when the bridegroom responds in German. But Christabel insists upon making a commitment to married life in a country soon to be at war with her own ... and STEWART HARWOOD ,
JOHN PHYTHIAN. TIM KILLICK ,
MICHAEL EGAN ,
DAVID BAUCKHAM , ARTHUR WHYBROW. NICOLA WRIGHT. SAM PRESTON.
RYAN LE NEVEU. DAVID LYON Original music STANLEY MYERS Produced by KENITH TRODD
Directed by ADRIAN SHERGOLD
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Martin Scorsese introduces Michael Powell 's celebrated horror film.
Peeping Tom starring
To supplement his income as an assistant cameraman in a film studio, Mark Lewis takes girlie photographs for a local shop.
Gradually his disturbed psyche - the result of terrifying experiments on him by his father - becomes obsessed by the lust to murder. Not content with killing, he decides that he wants to photograph the victims in their death throes. This remarkable film caused considerable controversy on its initial release but is now regarded as one of the great classics of British cinema.
Screenplay by LEO MARKS Produced and directed by MICHAEL POWELL
Film Club presentation DAVID THOMPSON
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