6.50 Maths: Symbols and Equations
7.15 Introduction to Economics
7.40 What Is Combinatorics?
8.05 From Micro to Mainframe
8.30 Biology, Brain and Behaviour: Introduction
8.55 Changing Britain
9.20 The Message of Starlight
9.45 Modern Art: St Ives
10.10 Getting Started with Your Computer
10.35 Dover: Back in the Front Line
11.00 Coventry: What's Another Year Really?
11.25 Mansfield Park
11.50 Business to Business
1.05 Development and Learning
1.30 Modern Art: Courbet
1.55 Caring for Older People
2.20 Probability and Statistics
7: Rajlakshmi's master dies and the family wants her out of the house.
Directed by PRAVEEN NISCHOL Written by SARAT CHANDRA CHATTERJEE A Network East presentation BBC Pebble Mill (R)
(In Hindi with English subtitles.
Repeated tomorrow 12. 15am BBC1)
The Cat That Hated People and Batty Baseball
Beginning a short season in tribute to the Hollywood star who died last month.
When wealthy Drue Van Allen gets involved with student radical Leonard, it is left to a tough-talking US soldier to make her see the error of her ways.
Barbara Stanwyck sparkles in this rarely seen curiosity - an unusual mix of screwball comedy and anti-Red propaganda.
Directed by SIDNEY LANFIELD
0 BARRY NORMAN : page 19
Drue Van Allen:
Major General Van Allen:
Happy family man
Clifford Groves is in a rut at work and at home. When old flame
Norma Miller unexpectedly reappears, Cliff suddenly finds his entire way of life under threat.
Directed by DOUGLAS SIRK
* BARRY NORMAN : page 19
Senegal's Youssou N'Dour became known to audiences through the 1988 Human Rights Now! tour. He launched his latest album with a concert at London's Hammersmith Odeon, with the crowd loving the mix of traditional African rhythms and modern pop.
Film editor LYNDA FEATHERSTONE Series editors NIGEL FINCH and ANTHONY WALL
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Lynette Lithgow reviews the week, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview.
1: To the Ends of the Earth
There are more missionaries now in more countries, with more money, than ever before. Julian Pettifer discovers the extraordinary men and women who want you for Jesus. Tonight, mission headquarters: in their hearts, ambitious ideas for salvation. In their hands, the latest modern technology. In their coffers, money enough to change the world. Film editor ALAN LYGO
Producer ALAN BOOKBINDER
0 BOOK: 'Missionaries' by Julian Pettifer and Richard Bradley , £16.95 from booksellers.
Joining Clive James this week is comedienne Ruby Wax. Producer BEATRICE BALLARD Director DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE
An eight-part series by Debbie Horsfield.
7: Who's going to make the factory run like clockwork from top to bottom? Dawdlers and skivers had better watch out when Bella Grout is around. The dice are down for the girls at Lyne Electronics.
Series devised by FRANC RODDAM Music NEW ORDER
Producer JOHN CHAPMAN Director RICHARD SPENCE
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Gilbert Adair introduces two key films directed by Roberto Rossellini.
Six separate stories are told against a common background of the Italian liberation showing the effects on both the civilians and the advancing American forces during the last months of the Second World War.
Screenplay by SERGIO AMIDEI.
MARCELLO PAGLIERO. FEDERICO FELLINI and ALFRED HAYES
(In Italian with English subtitles. Black and white) and at 12.30am
Germany Year Zero
Starring Edmund Meschke. Filmed in the ruins of Berlin in 1947, this powerful film documents the nadir of German society. Saddled with a bedridden father and a brother in hiding, 12-year-old Edmund becomes the family's breadwinner, scavenging what he can on the black market. New friends lead him to desperate measures.
Screenplay by ROBERTO ROSSELLINI CARLO LIZZANI and MAX COLPET
(In German with English subtitles. Black and white)
* PROFILE ON ROBERTO ROSSELLINI : page 19
Fred the soldier:
Harriet the nurse: