Introduction to Psychology: Child's Play
The classic serial starring Buster Crabbe
6: Flash Gordon is captured by King Vultan. (R)
Concluding this short season of adventures for Leslie Charteris 's debonair detective.
When a man is killed on his doorstep and he is suspected of the crime, the Saint swings into action against a gold smuggling gang and their ruthless leader - the Tiger.
Director Paul Stein
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Starring Anna Neagle, Cedric Hardwicke
The rise of Nell Gwyn from selling oranges in Cheapside, through success on the Drury Lane stage to the position of Charles II's favourite mistress, is told in this atmospheric portrayal of Restoration England.
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King Charles II:
A series of five lectures by physicist and musician
Professor Charles Taylor. 2: Today he explores the features that have to be present in any musical instrument to produce a pleasing sound. (R)
Told by Paul Nicholas. Cartoon by Eric Hill
Animation Leo Beltoft
Production Clive Juster (R)
Floella Benjamin and Howard Lee explore the world of ball games. Producer Sheila Fraser Executive producer Cynthia Felgate (R)
The second of two reports on how the money raised by Comic Relief is being spent. (Shown on Sunday at 10.45am BBC1)
Weather followed by The Fall of the House of Habsburg
In the course of 600 years, one family, the Habsburgs, came to dominate a huge area of central and south eastern Europe. Over 70 years ago their empire fell. This film tells the story of the man who strove so desperately to hold his inheritance together, the Emperor Franz Josef.
Narrator: Gary Watson. With the voices of Annette Simone , Julian Fox and Frank Henderson. Writer Edward Crankshaw
Producer Jonathan Stedall (R)
Recruited into a Civil War regiment, Bryan McNerney sets off to Wingfield Castle to recreate the tumultuous events of 1648, with the help of the English Civil War Society.
Producer Paul Cort-Wright BBC Norwich (R)
Weather followed by Bruno Bettelheim : the Man Who Cared for Children
Bruno Bettelheim rescued some of the most untreatable children it is possible to imagine from spending the rest of their lives in mental institutions.
In this programme, he and former patients describe how he helped them rebuild their lives.
Writer/Producer Michael Barnes Editor Robin Brightwell
A series of six programmes on how to improve your game of snooker.
3: Dennis Taylor shows how to control the cue ball.
(Tomorrow: strategy and tactics)
Broadcaster Ludovic Kennedy is invited by Emma Freud to plunder the BBC's television and film archives.
For more than 15 years the six Irishmen serving life for the Birmingham pub bombings in 1974 have protested their innocence.
Some of the leading figures in the growing international campaign to free the. Birmingham Six explain why they believe the Home Secretary should re-open the case.
Picture editor Jon Parker Producer John McLeod BBC Pebble Mill
Including an investigation into the quality and value of goods bought in garden centres and nurseries.
With Geoff Hamilton
Diane Kemp , David Stevens and Pippa Greenwood.
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Times are hard in Sherwood
Forest, what with Prince John seeing a psychiatrist and Robin moonlighting as a lassogram girl.
Producer Andrew Donnelly Director Ray Austin t FILMS: pages 19-20
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Sheriff of Nottingham:
A series of five films exploring the new realities of religious faith in eastern Europe.
2: Life has changed out of all recognition for
Mikhail Zhidkov , a Baptist Minister. The recent relaxation allowing churches to work free of state control in the Soviet Union means the opportunity to bring pastoral care to some of the most desperately needy in Soviet society: sick children, the mentally handicapped and even murderers in forced labour camps.
Producer Catherine Seddon
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A series of six programmes that look beyond the barrack gates at family life in the army. 2: Joan, Liz and Sharon are alone in quarters in West
Germany. Their husbands are on duty in Belfast.
Joan calculates that she has been 'married ten years going on for two years'. Liz's eldest son hardly sees his father. Ross, Sharon's son, was born just before his father's Northern Ireland training began.
Living apart, the terrorist threat and surviving as a single parent are all part and parcel of army life.
Film editor Steve Holdsworth Producer Marie Thomas
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Ford recently paid
El.6 billion for Jaguar cars. They wanted a prestige name and a ready-made slice of heritage.
William Woollard looks at the history of the marque and what
Ford may do with their new acquisition.
Tiff Needell drives the Yugo Sana, the most modern-looking car yet to emerge from eastern Europe.
And there's the second part of Top Gear's analysis of the alternatives to petrol which may help to reduce the contribution made by cars to global warming.
Producer Jon Bentley Editor Tom Ross BBC Pebble Mill
The time-hopping US drama series starring
27 April 1960: there are problems for Sam. He has become a New York cop with a dilemma - whether or not to do what comes naturally with a wife who isn't his, while trying to fend off a jealous ex-husband and attempting to prove his existence in the past to those in the future who are his only hope of returning to his own time.
Sir John Harvey-Jones , one of Britain's most successful and unconventional industrialists, offers > candid advice to companies facing major decisions about their future.
3: Sir John follows the clues at Apricot Computers. Is the story that unfolds a heroic saga - or a more mundane whodunit? Either way, the man at the centre is
Founder and Chairman of Apricot, Foster was once the darling of the stock exchange. Now facing tough international competition and the threat of a takeover, he is not just fighting to regain his success - he's fighting for survival.
Executive producer Richard Retsz Producer Anne Laking
With Peter Snow.
Deputy editors Keith Bowers and Eamonn Matthews Editor Tim Gardam
The live, topical programme of the arts and media. Producer John Bush
Increasing numbers of mothers of small children go out to work. Does this mean that men take on more domestic duties?
Three mothers talk about their experiences.
Producer Clare Falkner (R)