6.35 Pure Maths:
7.00 Public Health: Going with the Flow
7.25 Introduction to
8.15 Science: Nuclear
8.40 The Sale of AWACS
9.05 Introduction to
9.30 Seeing through the Smoke
9.55 Victorian Ways of Death
10.20 Biology: Chicken or Egg?
10.45 Maths: Calculus
11.10 Living Choices:
11.35 Energy and Rockets
Christopher Jones with the week's best speeches, most telling moments and wittiest asides from
A look at the politicians at work in the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the Committee
Rooms. Then, how decisions that are made at
Westminster affect different parts of the country. 9 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Sue MacGregor presents a political programme for the south and east.
A weekly look at the work of the area's MPs and at how they help to shape the world beyond the Palace of Westminster.
Parliamentary reports from David Brewer and Brian Milligan.
Regional producer Vincent Dowd Network editor Lydia Howard
An environmental asset, ancient woodland provides a range of unique habitats for surviving native plants and animals.
This programme reveals both how mankind has shaped these woods, and the importance of historical documentation in reaching an understanding of their present-day ecology. Producer Stuart Carter
A BBC/Open University production (R)
Introduced by Steve Rider. Provisional Timetable
2.00 Water ski-ing
2.25 Grand Prix
6.00 Motor racing
Volvo PGA Championships. Commentators:
Harry Carpenter Peter Alliss
Bruce Critchley Clive Clark
Alex Hay and Mike Hughesdon.
Monaco Grand Prix.
Murray Walker and James Hunt.
From Brands Hatch:
British Formula 3
Carlsberg European Masters. Commentator:
Television presentation: Golf John Shrewsbury
Motor racing RMC, Monaco/BHP Water ski ing Huw Jones Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips
Grandstand: Monaco Grand Prix, 1.25pm BBC2
Seven years after the independent telecommunications company Mercury was set up to challenge British Telecom's monopoly of Britain's telephone system, the Government is set to review the extent of real competition.
Does BT need cutting down to size, and if so, how? Robin Aitken reports.
Deputy editor Alan Griffiths Editor David Nissan
On 10 May 1940, the German Army drove westwards into Holland, Belgium and France.
Less than two weeks later, Hitler's Panzers had reached the sea, trapping the armies of Britain and France in a pocket of land around the French port of Dunkirk.
Escape seemed impossible. But, within nine days, more than 300,000 of these men were safely ashore back in England. How, against all the odds, had nearly a third of a million men been rescued from the beaches?
Using eye-witness accounts and archive film, Timewatch recalls the political and human dilemmas which, 50 years ago, dominated an incredible nine days in British history.
FEATURE: page 13
The first of four films about living music in the Soviet Union today.
A chronicle of the long struggle of Soviet composers to throw off the old orthodoxy and to discover a new and more flexible musical language in the country's new political climate.
With Edison Denisov
Leonid Grabovsky and many others. Written by Gerard McBumey.
Film editor Shelagh Brady Director Barrie Gavin
The fourth in this series of Polish director Krzysztof Kieslowski 's modern dramas questioning the attitudes of society examines the loving relationship between a man and his student daughter.
In her father's papers, Anka finds a letter written to her by her dying mother.
Anka seizes the chance to challenge Michal's love for her.
Is it paternal or sexual?
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Monaco Grand Prix
Casino Square, La Rascasse and Loews Hairpin are all famous landmarks on this most famous of circuits. Here, playboys and millionaires mingle with the Formula I teams for the glamour event of the calendar. Already the championship promises to be the most exciting for years, with the first three races all won by different teams and just one point separating Senna, Prost and Berger at the top of the table. The drivers will be stretched to their limits as battle is joined again on the twists and turns of the treacherous streets of Monaco.
Producer Mark Wilkin
Executive producer Jim Reside
Alex Cox introduces another in the season of cult films.
Starring Jack Nicholson, Mary Steenburgen
Down-at-heel outlaw Henry Lloyd Moon believes he is safe across the Mexican border, when he is seized by a posse. Moon is sentenced to hang in the town of Longhorn - unless he can find an unattached woman of property to marry him... This was the second film to have been directed by Jack Nicholson. He also stars in this lighthearted western, along with a strong supporting cast.
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A-Z OF FILMS: page 17
Henry Lloyd Moon:
Sheriff Andrew Kyle: