7.15 Art in 15th-century Florence
7.40 nth-Century Great Houses
8.30 Landscape: Bodmin and Dorset
8.55 Molecules in Space
9.20 Social Science: Levels of Meaning
9.45 An Historian at Work
10.10 The University of the Third Age
10.35 Maths: Trigonometric Formulas
11.00 Information Technology a Revolution?
11.25 Practically Speaking
11.50 Maths: Population Modelling
12.15 Biology: Life on Seashores
12.40 Last of the Liberties
Written by DIANE ENGLISH
Directed by PETER BALDWIN (R)
Updated version of DEF iTs current affairs magazine. Series producers
SHARON ALI, RACHEL PURNELL BBC North West
(Revised repeat of last Wednesday's 's broadcast)
Christopher Jones reports on the week's proceedings in the House of Lords. Editor SHEILA COOK
Claudia Karvan Garry McDonald and Molly as herself. Having to leave her home and father, young Maxie is asked to care for Molly, a singing dog. But then the villainous Jones hijacks the hound. Finding Molly again is just the start of Maxie's adventures, both frightening and funny, in this modem musical tale. and members of the Flying Fruit Fly Circus. Screenplay by PHILIP ROOPE
MARK THOMAS , HILARY UNSTEAD and NED LANDER
Produced by HILARY UNSTEAD Directed by NED LANDER
(First showing on British television)
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Musician in the Service of Kings
Henry Purcell was a prolific composer, whose career spanned three reigns, and yet his composing life lasted barely 15 years.
Howard Goodall , in the first of two programmes, introduces one of the greatest English composers and his music. Jennifer Smith (soprano) Timothy Wilson (counter-tenor) Ashley Stafford (counter-tenor)
Stephen Varcoe (bass) London Baroque
Choir of New College, Oxford, conducted by Edward Higginbottom. Directed by DAVID M. JACKSON Produced by HILARY BOULDING BBC Scotland
featuring the Pilkington Cup Quarter-Final Bath v Bristol
The needle game between arch rivals Bath and Bristol is the pick of the quarter-finals. Also, news of the other ties and a report on the Schweppes Cup.
Introduced by Chris Rea Commentators
MARTYN WILLIAMS Executive producer
Gene Kelly hosts a glittering tribute to the magnificent movie palaces of the 1920s and 1930s.
Directed by LEE R. BOBKER and KAREN LOVELAND Produced by the SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
The Lawson Medicine
With Britain now locked into high interest rates and a soaring pound, business is facing its first real squeeze in years. Is it in a position to cope, after the progress that's been claimed for it in recent years? In a special report
Martin Adeney interviews
ICI Chairman, Denys Henderson, and John Penycate assesses how the Lawson medicine is going down. Producer NARlNDER MINHAS Deputy editor CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM Editor DAVID NISSAN
Fifth of eight programmes Philippines
Filipino cuisine has been influenced by many invaders and traders, but none has had greater effect than the Spanish. Madhur Jaffrey lunches with one of Manila's wealthiest families on a colourful paella and then visits a simple household to see a more typical Filipino lunch.
Production assistant DIANE HADLEY Film editor PAUL RAPLEY
Producer JENNY STEVENS (e)
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A six-part documentary series revealing the cutting edge of Christianity.
3: Poland: the Truth Shall Set You Free
What does it really mean to stand firm for your ideals when it could lead to prison, torture, even death? Charles Elliott meets ordinary Polish men and women who constantly live with this question.
On the bleak housing estates by the Nowa Huta steelworks, in the streets of old Krakow, and in family homes, he meets Poles who celebrate Easter in the belief that the Resurrection has a practical, political promise: 'We too shall rise again!' Photography JOHN GOODYER Sound RON KEIGHTLEY
Film editor STEPHEN EVANS
Assistant producer CHRIS LOUGHUN Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Producer JUDI CONNER
Second of three programmes about the composer, Hector Berlioz with Simon Rattle and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. Episode in the Life of an Artist
'... a grand fantastic symphony, whose hero you will recognise.'
So Berlioz described to a friend his first masterpiece, the Fantastic Symphony. Daniel Massey reads the words of the composer. Pierre Boulez ,
George Benjamin , Oliver Knussen pay tribute to the originality and force of this music. Sound ALAN WARD
Associate director ANN HUMMEL Film editor CAROL OWENS
Executive producer DENNIS MARKS Directed by BARRIE GAVIN
In a fascinating postscript to BBC2's recent drama series Christabel Bielenberg talks about her experiences as an Englishwoman living in Nazi Germany from 1932 to 1945. She married Peter Bielenberg , a German lawyer, who was arrested after the failed plot against Hitler's life. She herself was interrogated by Gestapo. Both now live in County Carlow.
Producer ROBIN WYLIE
by AL HUNTER starring
Bex is an estate agent, with an apparently respectable family life. But he is also a football hooligan, determined to lead a national 'firm' in an assault on Europe. This drama takes us deep into the disturbingly vicious world of the hooligan as it explores the roots of the violence.
Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD Photography JOHN WARD
Film editor JOHN STRICKLAND Producer DAVID M. THOMPSON Director ALAN CLARKE
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Featuring the Throwing
Muses in Boston, King of the Slums, the Fatima Mansions and a video of Cathal Coughlan. Director PETER FOWLER Producer BRENDA KELLY