6.50 Maths: Iteration and Convergence
7.15 Stand by Your Banner!
7.40 Design: Assembly of Lorries
8.05 Fundamentals of Computing: One Small Step ...
8.55 A Woman's Hospital?
9.20 Juggling with Physics
9.45 Carmel: a Jewish
10.10 Piping Hot
10.35 The Alkali Industry
11.00 Education: Taking the Initiative
11.25 Balzac and the Visual
11.50 Fair Trading
12.15 Education: Silence in Class
1.05 The March of Aluminium
1.30 Modern Art: Cezanne
1.55 Maths: The Poisson
2.20 The Nigerian Civil War
A 91 -part epic drama.
2: Ganga continues to kill her babies until King Shantanu can stand it no longer.
Barbara Stanwyck Richard Carlson
Naomi Murdoch returns to face the husband and children she abandoned ten years before - and confronts her ex-lover.
Screenplay James Gunn and Robert Blees and at 4.40pm
The Tarnished Angels
Reporter Burke Devlin becomes fatally involved with a death-defying aerial circus act in New Orleans.
Screenplay George Zuckerman
(Douglas Sirfc 's 'Has Anybody Seen My Gal?' on Thursday at 6.00pm)
0 FILMS: pages 15-21
Snooker Championship. Day 9: Round 2.
David Vine brings further coverage of the two second-round matches from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.
Presented by Moira Stuart. Chris Lowe reviews the week, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview.
Snooker Championship. As Round 2 continues at
Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, the going gets tougher and the prizes bigger. Losers at this stage of the 1990 Championship collect f9,000, while the winners are assured of doubling that. Tonight's seeds should include Terry Griffiths or Tony Knowles , with Stephen Hendry playing the first session of his match on table two.
David Vine is your host.
Commentators: Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm ,
Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds. Producers Dave Gordon
Keith Phillips , Mike Adley and Peter Hayward Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
A new series of films in which documentary tradition is turned on its head when the subjects of the programmes point the cameras at themselves. Each 'diarist' has used a sophisticated but simple-to-use video camera to make a video about their lives.
In the first, successful young novelist Robert Wilson goes home to Belfast after six years of voluntary exile in England. By turns hilarious, miserable, angry and hopeful his 'diary' is a refreshingly honest account of his tribulations as he asks himself and his friends, 'Is there a worthwhile future in Belfast?'
Series producer Jeremy Gibson Producer Michael MacCormack Community Programme Unit
* INFORMATION: if you would like to make your own video diary, write to 'Video Diaries', Community Programme Unit, BBCtv, London W12 7RJ.
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An award-winning profile of Belfast as seen through the eyes of four artists who travelled to Northern
Ireland for the 1988 Belfast
Festival at Queen's
University. They are alternative comedian
Jeremy Hardy , Russian pianist Nikolai Demidenko , Radio 2 presenter Brian Matthew and RSC actor
Roger Walker. Assistant producer Maureen Gallagher
Producer Derek Bailey
BBC Northern Ireland (R)
World Professional Snooker
David Vine brings further news on how the evening's second-round matches are progressing.
Fading film star Giovanni returns home for his brother's funeral and is promptly drawn into a tangle of deceit and love as he tries to reconcile conflicting loyalties.
Director Marco Bellocchio reverts to themes raised in his first film, Fists in the Pocket, in this ironic reappraisal of the constricting ties of the family and of the past.
Writers Marco Bellocchio and Vincenzo Cerami
(An Italian film with English subtitles)
0 FILMS: pages 15-21