7.15 Art in 15th Century Italy: Florence
7.40 Hogarth's Paintings
8.05 Changing Britain: the Multinational
8.30 Probability and Statistics
8.55 Maths Modelling: Seat Belts
9.20 Innovation and Coa)
9.45 Arts Foundation Course: Narrative
10.10 Psychology: Is It as Easy as ABC?
10.35 Maths: Classifying Cubics
11.00 Open Advice: Using the Library
11.25 Drifting Continents
11.50 Maths: Differential Equations
12.15 Biology: Enzyme Structure and Function
12.40 Crust and Mantle of the Earth
Presented by Bryan McNerney. West Stow
Bryan McNerney samples the hardships of life in the Dark Ages at a re-created Anglo-Saxon village in deepest Suffolk.
Producer GEORGE MILNER SMITH BBC Norwich (R)
Simon Barnes , Chris Davies and Isobel Ward present this magazine programme about disability from the Ideal
Home Exhibition in London. This month, equipment news from Anne Davies , and a report on dyslexia.
With subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Producer CHRISTOPHER HUTCHINS
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By Steam to Sennar Junction Hugh Phillips , who runs a family firm in Tredegar,
South Wales, is completing a European Community contract to rehabilitate Sudan's once-thriving railways.
With Hugh is his son Adrian, formerly a farmer. The two Welshmen, old and trusted friends of the Sudanese, cope cheerfully with days of sweat and dust and lonely nights in spartan hotels in one of the harshest engineering environments of the world. Narrator Michael Dean Producer PAUL FABRICIUS
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Christopher Jones reports on the week's proceedings in the House of Lords. Editor SHEILA COOK
Arthur Kennedy Rock Hudson Julia Adams.
James Stewart plays Glyn McLyntock , a seasoned guide hired to take an 1847 wagon train through Oregon to the north west frontier. Treachery, starvation, gold rush fever and Indian attack threaten the survival of the party.
Screenplay by BORDEN CHASE from the novel Bend of the Snake by BILL GULICK
Produced by AARON ROSENBERG Directed by ANTHONY MANN 0 FILMS page 18
Maria Curcio - Piano Teacher Second of two parts.
Maria Curcio 's career has brought her into contact with some of the greatest names in 20th-century music - Nadia Boulanger ,
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Benjamin Britten among others.
Through her work with three students and in conversation with Michael Berkeley , she demonstrates her unique skills as a musician and teacher.
Lighting DENNIS BUTCHER Assistant producer DAVID M. JACKSON
Producer HILARY BOULDING BBC Scotland
featuring Wales v England France v Scotland.
The climax to the Five
Nations Championship in every respect, with three of the sides still able to take the title.
England, still unbeaten, travel to Cardiff - where they haven't won since 1963 - for the British Gas Challenge. In Paris, Scotland, also unbeaten, take on a French team still smarting from their defeat at Twickenham a fortnight ago.
Introduced by Chris Rea with Ian Robertson and Jamie Salmon
Commentators BILL MCLAREN
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH and BILL BEAUMONT Executive producer
Arena continues its centenary celebration of the jukebox with a special edition of one of the original pop music programmes.
Juke Box Jury is 30 years old and was essential weekend viewing for every pop music fan throughout the 60s.
David Jacobs is back in the chair spinning this week's new releases in the famous Rock-ola.
On the special jury for the music world this evening are Pete Murray and Dusty Springfield, who were regular panellists on the original series, and newcomers Phil Collins and Sarah Jane Morris.
Videotape editor STEVE JAMISON Studio director RON ISTED Producer KATE MEYNELL Arena series editors ANTHONY WALL and NIGEL FINCH
post that mentions
World Bank loans to poor nations are increasingly going hand in hand with a free market approach to economic development.
African countries are being encouraged to dismantle their state-run industry in return for economic aid.
Michael Robinson reports from Ghana, Togo and Benin, where privatisation could offer a way out of economic stagnation. Producer JENNY RATHBONE
Deputy editor CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM Editor DAVID NISSAN
Last in a series of eight programmes Hong Kong
The people of Hong Kong are knowledgeable eaters.
Although most Hong Kong
Chinese are Cantonese, they have access to the four main cuisines of China. Madhur Jaffrey joins Hong Kong's leading gourmet Willy Mark as he shops for and cooks a Cantonese-style lunch.
Madhur shows how to make fried chicken with spring onion sauce (from Shanghai) and cold sesame noodles with chicken and vegetables (from western China).
Production assistant DIANE HADLEY Film editor PAUL RAPLEY
Producer JENNY STEVENS (e)
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The last of a six-part documentary series.
USA: The First Shall Be Last In America, half the nation goes to church on Sunday.
Charles Elliott visits
Memphis, Tennessee, and sees how many American
Christians are rejecting the comfortable, conventional church that reinforces rather than challenges their way of life. Nancy Sehested believes 'Jesus would be down in the poor areas of our city, with the AIDS victims, the battered women, the alcoholics ...' But as a new Christian Left emerges, the fundamentalists fight back. Photography JOHN GOODYER Sound RON KEIGHTLEY Film editor DICK PULL Executive producer STEPHEN WHITTLE
Director ANN RICHARDSON
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The American Exile of Bela Bartok
'It's as though we've been caught in a storm at sea and blown to shore with no more than the clothes on our backs.' So wrote the great Hungarian composer, Bartok, on his arrival in New York in 1940, after his flight from war-torn Europe. He was to spend the last years of his life there fighting sickness, poverty and failure. Nevertheless, consoled by the cycles of nature, his last five years produced some of his greatest and most moving music.
In this second film in BBC2's celebratory season, many of the composer's friends and colleagues, including Sir
Georg Solti and Sir Yehudi Menuhin join his sons Peter and Bela Jr to tell the story of these last years of exile.
Music performed by Budapest Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ervin Lukacs and Sir Georg Solti , with Gyorgy Sandor (piano) and Laszlo Barsony (viola). Photography
KEITH HOPPER. JANOS ILLES Sound LASZLO MATZ
Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL Director DONALD STURROCK
by PETER RANSLEY.
Who has bought the house which is the home for a dozen flat dwellers? When the heating fails and a flat is violently repossessed, things begin to look hopeless. But the tenants begin to fight back....
Designer RICHARD MCMANAN-SMITH Photography PETER CHAPMAN Film editor BILL WRIGHT
Producer ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX
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World Cross-Country Championships
The best of the action from the men's and women's races in Stavanger earlier today. If Britain's men, led by Tim Hutchings , can pack well, they could recapture the team title dominated in recent years by Ethiopia and Kenya.
Commentators RON PICKERING STUART STOREY and BRENDAN FOSTER
Producer MARTIN WEBSTER
Television presentation NRK, Norway
Tonight Snub brings you a rare interview with top cult band Wire, an exclusive feature on the wildly eccentric Pere Ubu during the recording of their new album, plus lots more from the current independent music scene.
Director PETER FOWLER Producer BRENDA KELLY