6.50 Maths: Complex Analysis
7.15 The Hole Design Story
7.40 Landscape: Bodmin and Dorset
8.05 Lavas of Etna
8.30 Maths: Finding One's Bearings
8.55 Special Needs in Education
9.20 Social Science: Competing Theories?
9.45 The Melbury Road Set
10.10 Mechanical Design in Lifts
10.35 Maths: Algebra
11.00 Open Advice: Preparing for the Exams
11.25 Quantum Leaps into the Atom
11.50 Maths'Methods: Fourier Analysis
12.15 Biology: Form and Function
12.40 The Search for Oil
Introduced by Desmond Lynam and Steve Rider.
Featuring the Ryder Cup.
Johnnie Walker Ryder Cup from the Belfry.
Uninterrupted live coverage of the 12 singles.
Match one teed off at 11.30am and the presentation is scheduled for 6.00pm. Commentators:
Harry Carpenter Bruce Critchley Clive Clark Alex Hay and Mike Hughesdon.
If the Ryder Cup match is over, there may be time for limited coverage of the Portuguese Grand Prix; otherwise highlights at 12.15am on BBC2. Television presentation: Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS
with Jools Holland.
Hit or miss? One of the original pop shows of the 60s is back tonight with Jools Holland in the chair. For those of you too young to remember the format, Jools will discuss the week's new singles with four diverse panellists who pronounce the judgment 'hit' or 'miss'.
In the case of a split decision, three members of the audience will decide whether the record 'makes it' or not.
A mystery guest adds intrigue. This week's guest panellists include Julian Clary and Isaac Hayes.
Director phil chilvers
Series producer SHARON AU
Second of twoprogrammes Adventure: The Climbers Tonight, two contrasting climbs - and not a snowflake in either of them.
First, on the small island of Foula, the most remote of the Shetlands, is the highest sea-cliff in Britain - the unclimbed 1,300ft Kame.
Abigail Mann , a keen but inexperienced climber, heard about the Kame; in three months she put together an expedition of some of the best climbers in the country.
Second, Catherine Destivelle , one of the fastest freestyle climbers in the world, relies on perfect co-ordination and her steely finger-tips as she defies gravity on a wind-swept Saharan rock-face.
Far below, the local people watch in amazement.
First shown earlier in the year, this film has aroused considerable interest. Film editor BRYCE CLAYTON Producers SID PEROU and TIM SLESSOR
Continuing the story, in five parts, of a hazardous submarine mission.
Starring and 2: Submarine U-96 has survived her first skirmish with the British, but morale begins to flag as the crew hear of the British bombing of Hamburg and Cologne.
A British convoy is sighted. Based on the novel by LOTHAR.GÜNTHER BUCHHEIM Written and directed by WOLFGANG PETERSEN
(A West German film with English , subtitles. Part 3 next Sunday)
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Second of six programmes. Paula Rego
Germaine Greer has described Paula Rego 's power as 'undeniably, obviously, triumphantly female'.
'These paintings ... set the nerves deliciously and disturbingly on edge', wrote William Packer.
Her work has always been powerful and has contained 'secrets', but it has seen many changes; the methods have ranged from drawing, through collage to painting. Her characters have moved from primitive cyphers to a cast of boisterous animals and, more recently, young girls in strange, sometimes threatening interiors.
In The Artist's Eye,
Paula Rego looks back on the work of 35 years, revealing the enthusiasms and events that have helped shape what she calls 'the story of my life in images'.
Film editor MARK DAY
Director JAKE AUERBACH
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Europe v USA from the Belfry, Warwickshire.
All 12 players take part.
The Ryder Cup is won or lost. Will Tony Jacklin lift the trophy for a third time? Harry Carpenter reports on the final day.
0 RYDER CUP 89: a BBC Sportsyear magazine, available from newsagents, price £1.95
starring and Bunker Hill Military
Academy has trained US
Army officers for 141 years. When the commanding officer General Bache announces that the academy is to close, the cadets under
Major Brian Moreland decide on a protest action. Planned and executed with strict military discipline, their occupation soon escalates into a nightmare siege.
Screenplay by DARRYL PONICSAN and ROBERT MARK KAMEN
Based on the novel Father Sky by DEVERY FREEMAN
Produced by STANLEY R. JAFFE and HOWARD B. JAFFE
Directed by HAROLD BECKER
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Gen Harlan Bache:
John P Navin
Portuguese Grand Prix
For Alain Prost , Estoril is a circuit of mixed fortunes. In the last race of 1984 he won, but second place Niki Lauda took the championship by half a point. A win here would keep his world title hopes alive.
Commentators: Murray Walker , James Hunt.
Race presentation RTP, Portugal TV presentation PIERS CROTON Executive producer JIM RESIDE