6.50'Women Beware Women'by Thomas Middleton
7.40 A New Role for Men
8.05 Cheddar: Mapping the Mendip Anticline
8.30 Photochemistry: Colour
8.55 Maths: Multiplying Matrices
9.20 Weapons Procurement
9.45 Reconstruction of the Bankside Theatres
10.10 Mathematical Functions
10.35 Music: Cadences
11.00 Technology and Change: Sulphuric Acid
11.25 Geology: Clays
11.50 Education: Silence in Class
12.40 The Changing Countryside: Face of the Fells
LOS Deer Farming
130 Modern Art: Van Gogh 1^5 A Question of Control
2.20 The Islands of Hawaii
Presented by Shahnaz Pakravan and Sudha Kumari.
The magazine bringing both current affairs and entertainment from the Asian world. It's lively, fun and sometimes controversial, covering stories affecting
Asians both here and abroad. Entertainment ranges from music to dance, from film clips to star interviews, from the classical to the modern. Director PAUL FREEMAN Producer SUE ASHCROFT
Series producer NARENDHRA MORAR BBC Pebble Mill
Two musicals are on offer this week - one English, one American. The first is set at the turn of the century - heyday of British music hall. I'll Be Your Sweetheart starring
Margaret Lockwood Michael Rennie
Bob Fielding is a struggling young publisher whose circumstances completely change when beautiful music hall star Edie Story agrees to sing one of his songs. Life would be just fine were it not for the unscrupulous music copyright pirates who are determined to ruin his business ... This engaging musical features such music hall classics as Oh, Mr Porter and The Honeysuckle and the Bee as well as I'll Be Your Sweetheart.
Screenplay by VAL GUEST and VAL VALENTINE
Produced by MAURICE OSTRER Directed by VAL GUEST
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George Le Brunn:
T P O'Conner:
Mrs Le Brunn:
Rosemary Lane Lola Lane
When Ronnie Bowers wins a talent contest and leaves Kansas City to make it big in the movies he is completely overwhelmed by his first glimpse of Hollywood, but that doesn't last long.... This lively musical is memorable for its celebrated song Hooray for Hollywood which immediately became the movie capital's rousing theme song.
BENNY GOODMAN AND HIS
RAYMOND PAIGE AND HIS
Screenplay by JERRY WALD , MAURICE LEO and RICHARD MACAULEY
Music and lyrics by DICK WHITING and JOHNNY MERCER
Directed by BUSBY BERKELEY. (Blackandwhite)
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A view of world history in 13 parts by John Roberts. 11: The East Is Red
For centuries, China thought of itself as 'the Middle
Kingdom,' the centre of the world. But in the end she had to give way to the West. From the coming of the Portuguese, to the Opium
Wars and the Siege of Peking, China has been assaulted by Western forces and ideas, not least those of Marxism. The adoption of Communism was, says John Roberts , an event in world history to match the Reformation or the rise of Islam.
Executive producer CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Director RAY SUTCUFFE (R)
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Moira Stuart reads today's latest news and sport. Lisa Davidson reviews the week in pictures, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview
Maytime on the Mosquito Coast
Depite the deprivations of war, the people of Bluefields, Nicaragua, still find time to do the Lambeth Walk and maypole dancing. Bluefields, on Nicaragua's east coast, is named after a notorious 17th-century pirate and its stormy past has provided it with a culture which is an anomalous amalgam of Spanish, British American, Amerindian and African. Rhythms of the World explores this fascinating corner of the Caribbean and looks at the extraordinary range of popular music to be found there.
Film editor COLIN KNIJFF
Assistant producer DIANA MANSFIELD Director ANTHONY WALL (First shown in 'Arena
starring Dabney Coleman as 'Slap' Maxwell.
Will Eliot, the fast-moving, winged-footed, rapidly rushing, swift son of 'Slap' really give up his day job to become a sportswriter?
Written by JEFFREY LANE
Directed by BETH KLLSCHAFER
A season of films selected from last year's festival, offering a television premiere for six of them. Tonight
Tango Bar starring Raul Julia Valeria Lynch
A dazzling and sensual musical from Argentina bringing vividly to the screen the story of the tango as a reflection of the tempestuous history of the country. Ricardo and Antonio, formerly a cabaret act, have been separated for years.
Antonio, having chosen exile, has lost his lover Elena to
Ricardo. As the trio prepares for a reunion, their fears are transcended by their shared love of the tango.
Original music by ATILIO STAMPONE Produced by ROBERTO GANDARA and JUAN CARLOS GODAZZI
Directed by MARCOS ZURINAGA
(First showing on British television.)
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As a tribute, Arena repeats its intimate portrait of American photographer,
Robert Mapplethorpe who died recently. Mapplethorpe's reputation was based on his male nude studies.
Film editor CHRIS SWAYNE Series editors
NIGEL FINCH. ANTHONY WALL (R)