6.50 Maths: Least Squares
7.15 Working Mothers
7.40 Minerals under the Microscope
8.05 Thermodynamics in Action
8.30 Managing the Manager
Education in Belfast
9.45 Antony and Cleopatra: Workshop
10.10 Exploring Frequency
10.35 Broadcast Rituals
11.00 Education: After the Act
11.25 Molluscan Evolution
11.50 The Successful Seven
12.15 Special Needs in Education
12.40 The Sassetti Chapel,
1.05 Gallium Arsenide:
Pulled from Obscurity
1.30 Modern Art: Style
1.55 Venice and Antwerp:
Forms of Religion
2.20 St Lucia: People and Celebrations
Last in the current series.
'I dream cinema, I breathe cinema, I live cinema.' - the words of Raj Kapoor , the 'godfather' of the Indian cinema, who died in 1988. This tribute charts the 40-year career of the man who as producer, director and actor was one of the sub-continent's most popular and enduring stars. Producer Paul Freeman Editor Narendhra Morar BBC Pebble Mill (R)
Starring Tim Holt
When Government agent Hutchins stops delivery of food supplies to an Indian reservation, the natives become restless.
Cowpunchers Dave and Chito stop the Indians from going on the warpath but they have to find the missing supplies.
Director Lesley Selander
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Concluding the season in tribute to the great British film director.
Starring Jennifer Jones David Farrar
Hazel Woodus is an untamed country girl torn between the love of two men and plunged into a society she barely comprehends ...
Based on the novel by Mary Webb Writers/Producers/Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger
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As the current Masters
Tournament reaches its final stages, with coverage of the Third Round at 10.00pm tonight, a look back at the story of last year's epic event when Nick Faldo won the coveted green jacket after all had seemed lost.
Introduced by Steve Rider. Television presentation TWI
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Lynette Lithgow reviews the week, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview.
Tonight a pianist, a wind player, a string player and a brass player compete in the concerto final in St David 's Hall, Cardiff for the title, the prize, the trophy and a place in the 'Eurovision
Young Musician of the Year' competition in Vienna on 29 May.
The final takes place in the presence of the Patron of the competition, Her Royal
Highness The Duchess of Kent, and is hosted by the Chairman of the BBC, Marmaduke Hussey.
Sir Charles Groves conducts the National Youth
Orchestra of Great Britain, leader Ursula Gough.
The distinguished members of tonight's jury are:
Sir Charles Groves , Judith Hall , Alun Hoddinott , Graeme Kay ,
Barry Tuckwell ,
Christopher Warren-Green , Judith Weir and Huw Tregelles Williams. Introduced by Humphrey Burton and Mervyn Williams with expert comment from composer and conductor
Executive producer Roy Tipping Director Kriss Rusmanis
BROADCAST: with Radio 3.
* FAMILY: page 81
From Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia.
Nick Faldo is the defending champion and Sandy Lyle won two years ago. Can
Britain make it three in a row? Ronan Rafferty , Howard Clark and Ian Woosnam are Britain's other hopes in the field.
Introduced by Steve Rider. Commentators: Peter Alliss and Bruce Critchley.