6.50 Maths: Trigonometric Formulas
7.15 Using the Aggregate
Demand and Supply Model
7.40 Telecommunications Networks
8.05 Fundamentals of Computing: Top Down Design
8.30 Ethology: Newts to Newborns
8.55 Changing Britain: Made in Dundee
9.20 Acceleration at Constant Speed?
9.45 Managing Schools: Burdiehouse Primary
10.10 Technology: Bridging the Gap
10.35 Sources of Power
11.00 The History of Mathematics
11.25 Emily Bronte at Haworth
11.50 Small Business: Fair Trading
12.15 Out of Sight, Out of Mind
12.40 Nuclear Weapons: Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
1.05 The Moonies: Why Join? Why Stay?
1.30 Modern Art: Manet
1.55 Pilgrimage: The Shrine at Loreto
2.20 Probability and Statistics
Shrikant recovers from cholera, and is nursed back to health by Rajlakshmi.
Written by SARAT CHANDRA CHATTERJEE Directed by PRAVEEN NIACHOL A Network East presentation BBC Pebble Mill (R)
(In Hindi with English subtitles.
Repeated tomorrow 11.40pm BBCI)
Starring Randolph Scott and Barbara Hale.
When General Custer and his troops are wiped out at the battle of Little Big Horn,
Captain Tom Benson escapes death and is unjustly accused of cowardice.
Screenplay by PETER PACKER from a story by GLENDON F SWARTHOUT
Directed by JOSEPH H LEWIS
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Captain Tom Benson:
World Indoor Bowls
Championship 1990 Pairs Final.
David Icke intoduces the highlights from Preston.
Commentators: David Rhys Jones and Jimmy Davidson. Summarisers: John Bell
Mal Hughes and David McGill.
Salif Keita in Concert
Every time I go to meet my public, it is like going to war. I have to fight to hold their attention and deliver my universal message of peace and harmony.
Dressed in the traditional hunting costume of his native Malian village, Salif Keita walks into the spotlight on the stage of London's Brixton
Academy to present the first live performance of songs from his best-selling album, Koyan. Director NIGEL FINCH
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Lynette Lithgow reviews the week, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview.
Asia provides the toughest challenge for Christian evangelists. Muslims,
Buddhists and Hindus have their own gods, and are indifferent or hostile to the western story of salvation.
Julian Pettifer discovers that, to succeed at all, missionaries called to Asia need to be ingenious, even devious. In Pakistan, they work incognito and seek out converts among poor people rejected by Islam.
In Thailand, they take to the hills in search of tribes untouched by the Buddha.
And in Japan, they're behind the bar, serving cocktails and Jesus to affluent businessmen. Series producer ALAN BOOKBINDER Producer JOHN PAUL DAVIDSON
0 BOOK: £ 16.95 from booksellers
Clive James is joined by writer and film-maker John Waters , who has been described as the 'Pope of Trash'.
Producer BEATRICE BALLARD Director DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE
An eight-part series by Debbie Horsfield.
8: Will Rex finally leave Stella? Who is Ray's new girlfriend? And what will happen if the Koreans pull out now? Orders from head office threaten chaos for everybody at Lyne Electronics.
Series devised by FRANC RODDAM Music NEW ORDER
Producer JOHN CHAPMAN Director RICHARD SPENCE
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Film critic and novelist
Gilbert Adair introduces two
Rossellini films contrasting spiritual and secular power.
Francis, God's Jester
Starring Aldo Fabrizi and Arabella Lemaitre.
Rossellini's lyrical portrait of St Francis of Assisi shows a humble man of great spiritual strength.
Screenplay by ROBERTO ROSSELLINI and FEDERICO FELLINI
Directed by ROBERTO ROSSELLINI (An Italian film with English subtitles. Black and white. First showing on network television) and at 11.50pm
The Rise to Power of Louis XIV
Starring Jean-Marie Patte and Raymond Jourdan.
The great Cardinal Mazarin , the power behind the French throne, is dying. His final advice to the young playboy
King Louis XIV is to take over the reins of government himself. Louis sets about his personal revolution with unexpected skill and resolution. Cardinal Mazarin SILVAGNI
Written by JEANGRUAULT and JEAN-DOMINIQUE DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
Directed by ROBERTO ROSSELLINI
(A French film with English subtitles)
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Nicolaio, the tyrant:
Anne of Austria:
Mme du Plessis:
Embassy World Indoor
Bowls Championship 1990 David Icke introduces highlights of the remaining singles semi-final from Preston Guild Hall.