6.50 Learning and Doing
7.15 A Sample Story of Country Folk
7.40 Latin Squares
8.05 Living Choices: New
8.30 Pathways in the Brain
8.55 Land Use in Brazil
9.20 Physics: Painting
9.45 The Trouble with Science
10.10 Living with Technology: UK Power
10.35 Broadcast Rituals
11.00 The History of Mathematics
11.25 The Novel and Television
11.50 The Successful Seven
12.15 Physics: Ideal Sounds
Development and Learning
1.30 Modem Art: Picasso
2.20 An Exam for All
A 91 -part epic Indian drama. 4: After renouncing the throne of Hastinapur and taking a vow of celibacy,
Bhishma takes Satyavati to his father, King Shantanu.
(In Hindi with English subtitles.
Repeated tomorrow 11.55pm BBC1)
Starring Dan Dailey Diana Lynn
When 13-year-old Tad runs away from Springville orphanage he hitches a lift with Doc Tilbee and his companion Enoch. The trio run a show from their horse-drawn wagon. One day they discover that Tad has a beautiful voice ...
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From St Mellion, Cornwall.
The second round draws to a conclusion. Introduced by Harry Carpenter.
Whitbread Trophy. The climax to this afternoon's cross-country phase with 28 testing fences to negotiate in the grounds of Badminton House. Introduced by Raymond Brooks-Ward . Commentators:
Michael Tucker , Lucinda Green and Lorna Clarke.
Producers Johnnie Watherston and Wendy Sheppard
Women's European Championships from Athens. Coverage continues as the competition reaches its final stages.
Introduced by Barry Davies. Commentator Mitch Fenner. Television presentation ERT Producers Martin Webster and Barbara Slater
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Lynette Lithgow reviews the week, with subtitles.
Followed by Weatherview.
First showing on network television.
The film version of Arthur Miller's classic drama
starring Dustin Hoffman, John Malkovich
Willy Loman, having reached middle age, has spent his life in pursuit of the American dream and has been rewarded with an undistinguished career as a travelling salesman, his wife Linda and two sons, Biff and Happy.
('The Salesman Goes to China' at 11.05pm)
Feature: page 12
Barryn Norman: page 17
Straight from the heart of the 1990 European Capital of Culture, Glasgow's eighth annual Mayfest International Arts Festival showcases the year-long round of events, exhibitions, shows and celebrations. The exposition 'Glasgow's Glasgow', an interview with Scottish poet Edwin Morgan, and music by John Martyn.
Presented by Clare English, Stuart Cosgrove, and Pat Kane of Hue and Cry.
Executive producer John Archer Producer May Miller BBC Scotland
In 1949 playwright Arthur Miller created Willy Loman, the salesman who clings to the American dream. Thirty-five years later, Miller was invited to Peking to direct his play Death of a Salesman. He was quite prepared for catastrophe. For ten years the Chinese theatre had been closed, the companies arrested or dispersed, and only Mme Mao's 'eight permissible plays' could be staged. How would the actors cope today with a style of drama totally alien to their training and tradition? This film documents a remarkable meeting between two worlds as the Chinese company struggles to come to grips with the Loman family from Brooklyn. With illustrations from previous productions, including the classic Lee J Cobb version and the latest Willy Loman - Dustin Hoffman.
Harry Flowers , an employee of the Amsucco credit company based in Munich, finds life very frustrating and realises his only chance of success is a complete change of identity.
Director William Richert
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