6.50 Maths: Inverse Functions
7.15 Asian Families, Western Culture
7.40 Geology: Mapping in the Yorkshire Dales
8.05 Density and Viscosity
8.30 Managing in Organisations
8.55 The Telephone - Birth of a Technology
9.20 Adult Education: Learning in Groups
9.45 Henry IV Parts I and II: Workshop
10.10 Images: Beyond the Eye
10.35 Education: A Place for Play
11.00 Managing Schools: Burdiehouse Primary
11.25 Evolution: Origins
11.50 Business to Business
12.15 A Macroscopic Viewpoint
12.40 Using the Aggregate
Demand and Supply Model
1.05 Technology: Eurekaargh!
1.30 Modern Art: Monet
1.55 Culture and Belief in Europe:
Maarten Van Heemskerck
2.20 Development in a Turkish Village
Last of a ten-part Indian serial. Rajlakshmi provides the dowry for both the Thakurs' daughters.
Writer Sara Chandra Chatterjee Director Praveen Nischol
A Network East presentation BBC Pebble Mill (R)
(In Hindi with English subtitles.
Repeated tomorrow 12.45am BBC1)
Gwyn Richards rediscovers the Weston, Clevedon and Portishead Light Railway. Producer Bernard Goodsall BBC West (R)
Audrey Hepburn Peter Finch
A young Belgian girl enters a convent and finds her period of training increasingly difficult.
Based on Kathryn C Hulme 's novel Screenplay Robert Anderson Producer Henry Blanke
('The Sundowner' tomorrow at 3. 1 Opm)
0 FILMS: pages 15-20
Can You Dance the Polka?
Over the last year, clubs and dance halls around the country have been witnessing strange scenes. Can You Dance the Polka looks at the work of two bands: Edward II and the Red Hot Polkas and the Oyster Band who, in their own different ways, are revitalising traditional English dance music. Production Francis Hanly and Tim May
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Lynette Lithgow reviews the week, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview.
Papua New Guinea has more missionaries per head of population than anywhere else in the world. In the competition for converts they no longer bring just a Bible and a bush knife but every modem convenience and the latest in communications technology. All the missions claim a corner on the truth, and some even accuse their rivals of being agents of the devil. Julian Pettifer exposes this costly, confusing and, at times, undignified scramble for souls.
Series producer Alan Bookbinder Producer Sue Bourne
Clive James goes worldwide to test the trends, plunder the programmes and take a critical look at what's on everywhere, right now.
Joining Clive in the studio this week is the mammothly talented American comedian Mike McShane. Producer Beatrice Ballard
Director Dominic Brigstocke
Beginning a season in tribute to the great British film director, who died last month. Starting with A Pretty British Affair
The story of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger who confronted the complacency and parochialism of the British cinema with a series of brilliant subversive and often mystifying films.
Almost alone among British directors, their work has had international appeal, influencing such American directors as Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola who both pay their respects in this film.
Director Charles Chabot Producer Gavin Millar (First shoum in 'Arena') at 10.25pm
A Matter of Life and Death
Roger Livesey Kim Hunter
Squadron Leader Peter Carter should have died bailing out over the Channel in 1945 but, still alive, he falls in love with an American girl. But then Heaven discovers it has made a mistake.
Writers/Producers/Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger and at 12.05am
I Know Where
Wendy Hiller Roger Livesey
From the age of 1, the headstrong Joan Webster knew exactly where she was going. But stranded on the Isle of Mull on her way to marry a wealthy, elderly businessman, she's no longer so sure.
Writers/Producere/Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
0 FILMS: pages 15-20
Squadron Leader Peter