Managing Schools: A Department
3: The Rough Bounds ofKnoydart
Jimmie Macgregor follows the Prince's route. (R)
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Stan and Ollie land in jail but 'The Tiger' has an escape plan.
The first short film to win an Oscar.
Watch the Birdie Witchcrafty
A Pattern of Building. Tewkesbury
Written and presented by Alec Clifton-Taylor (R)
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by JOCELYN STEVENSON. There Are No Roads on Merrytwit (R)
Giant Leeks and Magic Brews Brian Shave and John Norman.
Producer COLIN THOMAS BBC Bristol (R)
Fersina Windows World Cup from Bournemouth
Rest of the World v Australia Rest of the World:
Silvino Francisco (captain)
Tony Drago , Dene O'Kane : Australia
Eddie Charlton (captain)
John Campbell Warren King
Introduced by David Icke. Commentators
TED LOWE , JACK KARNEHM
CLIVE EVERTON , JOHN VIRGO Television presentation ARD
KEITH PHILLIPS , PETER HAYWARD Executive producer KEITH MACKENZIE
starring guest stars uuster Crabbe as Brigadier Flash Gordon and Jack Palance as Kaleel in Planet of the Slave Girls (1).
Dr Huer suspects that poison in Earth's food supply is affecting the planet's fighting forces.
Written by STEVE GREENBERG , AUBREY SOLOMON and CORY APPLEBAUM
Directed by MICHAEL CAFFEY
French TV megastar Antoine de Caunes is back. In this week's show Boy George,
Elvismania, Tom Waits and the best of Aussie rock. Titles JEAN BAPTISTE MONDINO Director BERNARD FAROUX Executive producers
ALEX BERGER. TIM NEWMAN
Editor (DEF II) JANET STREET-PORTER An N B de C production
'Ballet on the tennis court is perhaps the best description of Maria Bueno 's play. She brought power, determination and her own brand of timing which gave the impression of effortless movement.
Maria was a 'special' heroine at Wimbledon where she won three singles and five doubles titles in the 50s and 60s. But she returned to her native
Brazil when injury cut short her career in 1968. Barry Davies talks to Maria in her home city. Sao Paulo, about the impact of her tennis achievements on sport in Brazil.
Film cameraman BRIAN SEWELL Film editor DAVE GOOD Producer JEFF GODDARD
Daughters of de Beauvoir
A documentary film looking at the influence the French writer Simone de Beauvoir 's work and unconventional lifestyle have had on women throughout the world.
Her life story, with all its conflicting emotion and experience, is told in parallel with the stories of the women appearing in the film, all of whom cite Simone de Beauvoir as a major force in their lives, in the year that marks the 40th anniversary of the publication of her best-known book, The Second Sex. With Kate Millett , Marge Piercy , Eva Figes , Ann Oakley , Simone's sister Helene ('Poupette' in the autobiographies), her adopted daughter Sylvie Ie Bon de Beauvoir and three women for whom reading Simone de Beauvoir's books proved inspiring and disturbing. Camera CHRIS SUGDEN-SMITH
Film editor ALASTAIR MITCHELL Executive producers
NIGEL WILLIAMS. RODNEY WILSON Producer PENNY FORSTER
Director IMOGEN SUTTON A PM PICTURES production for BBCtv in association with the ARTS COUNCIL OF GREAT BRITAIN
Comrades in Arms (2) Written and directed by ALAN ALDA (R)
by RICHARD COOPER.
Fourth of eight cases featuring legendary lawyer Edward Marshall Hall.
Starring Jonathan Hyde with Tony Doyle ,
Michael Feast , Gawn Grainger , Derek Newark , Vincenzo Ricotta. Beside the Seaside
The South African War, treason, a woman found strangled on the sands at Great Yarmouth - and connecting all these is
Herbert Bennett. womaniser and conman. For Marshall Hall , everything will turn on an alibi.
Music DUNCAN BROWNE OB lighting JOHN KING
Videotape editor DENNIS COLLETT Designer ROGER CANN
Producer COLIN TUCKER
Director SEBASTIAN GRAHAM-JONES
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Van der Hogh:
Edward Marshall Hall:
Narrated by Bob Peck. How Do I Know
How is knowledge like an Egyptian mummy? What is the cult of information? Is anybody out there at all? Uncertainties samples the new ideas of today's thinkers, boldly goes where few minds have gone before and brings you safely back again. Animation STEVE BURRELL and CATTI CALTHROP Music DAVID STEVENS
Written and directed by STEVEN BILLINGER
A DIVERSE PRODUCTION for BBC Elstree
by the Conservative Party
The live magazine of the arts, music, design and the media. Studio directors
DAVID G CROFT. KRISS RUSMANIS Producer FIONA MURCH
12.10am How Do Molecules React?
Much of our knowledge of chemistry has been limited because we could only observe the average effect of individual molecular changes.
Now there are ways of looking at changes in a single molecule. Producer BARRY WHATLEY (R)
12.35am Energy to go Round. Victorian pumping engineers understood the virtues of the flywheel, as do designers of modem energy-efficient vehicles. But how much energy is there going round? Producer JOHN STRATFORD (R)