Maths: Scalings and Powers
A look at the effect of bright light on exhaust fumes, creating photochemical smog, one of Los Angeles's biggest problems.
Producer PETER FIRSTBROOK
A BBC/OPEN UNIVERSITY production (R)
Cornhill Insurance Test Series England v Australia Fourth day.
Tony Lewis introduces live coverage of the morning's play. Commentators
JACK BANNISTER Summarisers
KEITH MACKENZIE , ALAN GRIFFITHS
Presenter Eric Thompson Featuring the modelling of Mat Irvine, a BBC special effects designer, whose major interest is making model spacecraft.
Producer PAUL SMITH BBC Bristol (R)
Comhill Insurance Test Series England v Australia Presenter Tony Lewis including at
2.00pm and 3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
This May, top rock and pop acts from all over the world gathered at this glamorous
Mediterranean resort for the Ibiza 92 music festival. The first of two programmes showcases Spain's own stars, performing a wealth of music from flamenco-rock to glam rock.
Featuring Duncan Dhu , Pata Negra, Alaska y Dinarama, Ketama, La Luna Les Canta, Vicky Larraz , Luz Casal and Miguel Bose.
Presenter Brenda Emmanus Producer PINO SAGLIOCCO
Director P. P. VILASANJUAN
BBC assistant producer JOHN DAS BBC producer BILL Hilary A TVE AND CREATIVE
ENTERTAINMENT GROUP production for BBCtv
'Love at our age is a cruel biological experiment.' 'Love consumes you, devours you, then throws you up.'
How do teenagers' views compare with a couple married for 40 years, and two lovers in their late 70s? Series producer ROGER TONGE
Producer WILFRED EMMANUEL-JONES (R)
This computer-animated film uses the technology of 1989 to recreate the Paris of 1789 - giving a stunning glimpse of the buildings and people in that revolutionary age. Directed by JOSE XAVIER and JERZY KULAR
Keith Floyd continues his gastronomic ramble with a visit to Perigord.
Film editor CHRIS WARING Producer DAVID PRITCHARD BBC South West (R)
(Postponed from 26 June)
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The first of four films.
In the week when
France throws the biggest party in its history to celebrate the bicentenary of the Revolution, travel to a tiny village in Normandy to find out why the Revolution matters to French people today. The villagers of Montsecret are marking the occasion with a special performance, reliving the role of the community and their ancestors in the foundation of the Republic. Dreams of Freedom explores the layers of myth and folklore to tell the real story of how the people of France fought for the rights we all enjoy today.
Narrator Jonathan Pryce Film editor FRAN MACLEAN Photography ALEX HANSEN Composer NICK BICAT Series producer
MARGARET WINDHAM HEFFERNAN Producer AGNIESZKA PIOTROWSKA BBCElstree
('Revolutionary Witness' at 10.10pm. 'Requiem for a King ' tomorrow at
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Saturday Night revisited, not least for the chance to watch Italian deregulated television at its sexiest, and listen to
Alan Friedman 's explanation by satellite of how such naughtiness came about.
Clive's other satellite guest is Tracey Ullman , at her sparkiest with tales of life in Hollywood, while in the studio Peter Cook casts his mordant gaze over all things topical. And from America and Australia Clive finds examples of crime reconstruction shows. Director PIETER MORPURGO
Producer BEATRICE BALLARD (R) revised
On the Spot
The third of six programmes. John Sessions stars in a series of solo improvisations using suggestions from the audience.
Sound JOHN CAULFIELD
Lighting GEOFF RATHBONE
Designer ANDREW HOWE DAVIES Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
The first of four monologues based on eyewitness accounts of the ordinary men and women who made the French Revolution.
The Patriot by PETER BARNES with
Patriot Palloy was the Revolution's greatest entrepreneur. Two days after the fall of the Bastille he secured the contract for its demolition. He sold every inch of the prison. Its stones were fashioned into miniature souvenirs; the drawbridge chains were melted down to form commermorative medals. For Palloy, the Revolution meant liberty - the liberty to make himself a fortune.
('The Butcher' tomorrow at 10.10pm)
with Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick Reporters
NICK CLARKE. DAVID COSS ,
GAVIN ESLER , OLENKA
FRENKIEL, MARGARET GILMORE ,
WESLEY KERR , CHRIS LOWE ,
PETER MARSHALL , JULIAN
O'HALLORAN. DAVID SELLS,
SARAH SPILLER , FRANCINE
STOCK, DAVID TINDALL ,
JANET TREWIN , CHARLES WHEELER Assignment editors
STEVE ANDERSON and NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor NIGEL CHAPMAN Editor JOHN MORRISON
Highlights of tonight's Grand Prix in Nice.
Victorians and the Art of the Past Producer NICK LEVINSON (R)