&35 Pure Maths: Ideas of Space
7.00 Donegal: Tradition and Change
7.25 Bath: A Theatre for
Pleasure or Intrigue
7.50 Mr Galileo Was Correct
8.15 The Challenge of Judgment
8.40 Rome under Augustus
9.05 Materials: Strike a Light
9.30 Whose Account Counts?
9.55 Witting and Unwitting Testimony
10.20 Biology: Insect Diversity
10.45 Maths: Symbols and Equations
11.10 Genetics: Patterns of Inheritance
11.35 Motion - Newton's Laws
Christopher Jones presents the week's most telling moments from Westminster. Also. a look at the politicians at work in the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the Committee Rooms.
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Sue MacGregor presents a political programme for the south and east. A weekly look at the work of the area's MPs and at how their decisions affect the world beyond the Palace of Westminster.
Parliamentary reports from David Brewer and Terry Dignan.
Regional producer VINCENT DOWD Network editor LYDIA HOWARD
The 1989 Jennie Lee
Edited highlights of a lecture by Sir Roy Shaw entitled The Best/or the Most. The first in a biennial series on the arts and education in memory of Baroness Jennie Lee. Editor ALAN KELLY
Production KEVIN NEWPORT
A moving portrait of the lives in exile of four black South African musicians. Director ANDY METCALF
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An updated edition of Wednesday's Reportage with the latest developments in the stories covered. Producers JANE BECKWITH and EMMA WILLIS
Also starring Burt Lancaster. A faulty telephone connection plunges bedridden
Leona Stevenson into a nightmare of terror when she overhears a murder plot and gradually realises that she is the intended victim.
Screenplay by LUCILLE FLETCHER Directed by ANATOLE LITVAK
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Sally Hunt Lord:
Agility and Obedience Agility: international authority Peter Lewis describes the event where dog and handler work as a team proving their skill and fitness on a gruelling obstacle course. Obedience: well-known judge and four-times winner
Muriel Pearce commentates on the competition dominated by working sheepdogs. And breeds of every variety entertain in the 'fun' events.
Introduced by Peter Purves from Earls Court.
Director MAGDA GULVIN Producer NEIL ECCLES
Featuring England v Wales and Scotland v France
In the British Gas international at Twickenham
England go into the match with two good wins under their belt and are halfway towards their first Grand
Slam since 1980. France travel to Murrayfield for the Royal Bank international.
Introduced by Chris Rea.
Studio guests: Ian Robertson and Bill Beaumont.
Commentators: Bill McLaren , Nigel Starmer-Smith , Eddie Butler and John Rutherford. Executive producer
Starring Garry Shandling. The Shumakers Go to Hollywood
It's 'Hooray for Hollywood' when Grant wins a magnificent trip for two to Tinsel Town - all of half an hour's drive from Sherman Oaks , but Garry humiliates himself in front of millions of viewers so he decides to run away.
With the Garry Shandling Dancers. Written by ED
SOLOMON TOM GAMMILL and MAX PROSS Directed by ALAN RAFKIN
The Japanese dominate consumer electronics worldwide, but will they monopolise the market for high-definition telelvision sets providing cinema-screen quality pictures in your home? Europe's television manufacturers are determined to stop them, and have invented their own rival system. John Penycate talks to the bosses ofHDTV rivals
Sony of Japan and Thomson of France, who both have new television sets in production. Who will win this vital industrial battle?
Deputy editor ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS Editor DAVID NISSAN
Land of the Kiwi
Exactly 150 years ago, white settlers signed a treaty with the Maori which transferred ownership of New Zealand to the Queen of England. It was a spectacular but strange land. It had mountains with ice-caps and volcanoes and forests full of peculiar plants and bizarre animals. With thrilling aerial photography this programme explores the fascinating scenery and natural history of this newly colonised land, first discovered 1,200 years ago by Polynesian navigators. Produced by MIKE ANDREWS Film editor PETER HEELEY BBC Bristol (R)
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A series by Michael Palin and Terry Jones.
A ripping soccer tale starring Michael Palin Bill Fraser and Gwen Taylor. Golden Gordon
A rare look at football fanaticism in the 1930s.
Super-fan Gordon Ottershaw supports a team which has not won a match for six years. Will their tragedy bring
Gordon triumph? Or not. These are some of the questions this film hopes to answer. Or not.
Executive producer SYDNEY LOTTERBY Director ALAN J.w. BELL (R)
A documentary series by Anthony Sampson.
5: The High Cost of Debt
The 1980s was the decade of debt, from credit card addicts to the biggest debtor in history, the United States. But does debt really matter if the day of reckoning can be indefinitely postponed?
Anthony Sampson explores the remarkably candid stories of four debtors - a young
American couple caught up in a credit card crisis; the former Secretary of the US Treasury who went bankrupt to the tune of$50 million; the President of Argentina, whose country owes more than$60 billion to the world's banks; and the biggest debtor of them all, the USA.
Film editor KATE O'NEILL
Series producer MICK CSAKY
An Antelope/Csaky production for BBCtv
Sunday evening conversation as Clive and his guests meet around the table to discuss the issues that concern them.
Jeanette Winterson , author of Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit and David Mamet , award-winning American playwright - American Buffalo,
The Postman Always Rings Twice, The Untouchables - and director of the films House of Games and Things Change. Producer ELAINE BEDELL Director
A new BBC film by Boleslaw Sulik. Starring
Maggie O'Neill and David Threlfall.
When the first call comes, Norah thinks it is just an average dirty breather. The next time he asks for her personally and knows all about her. Norah is frightened but she becomes determined to identify the caller and discover his motives. So she challenges him to meet her in person. Will he turn up? Will she come through the ordeal?
Music by STANLEY MYERS Designer GEOFF POWELL Lighting cameraman KEVIN ROWLEY
Editor ARDAN FISHER
Produced by KENITH TRODD Directed by WITOLD STARECKI
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Featuring former Commotion Lloyd Cole going it alone.
Also, Max Q, Ian Broudie 's Lightning Seeds, Revenge and Redhead Kingpin. Presented by Antoine de Caunes.
Snub TV catches 'supergroup' the Breeders (the Pixies' Kim Deal , Josephine Wiggs from Perfect Disaster and Throwing Muses'
Tanya Donnelly ) recording their debut album; Silver Bullet explain how chart success won't dilute their hardcore hip-hop sound.
Plus Mute Drivers, Tangerine and Nitzer Ebb.