9.00 The Effective Manager
9.25 Fair Trading
9.50 A Bigger Europe for the Smaller Business
10.15 Living Choices: Supporting Systems
Breweries. Bryan McNerney sings his protest about big brewers. (R)
Armagh's 'Flare' for Astronomy Patrick Moore goes to Armagh
Observatory, which is celebrating its bicentenary.
Producer Pieter Morpurgo
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Animal trainer Barbara Woodhouse goes to Thetford, Norfolk. Producer Bryn Brooks
Executive producer Peter Riding (R)
London Underground. Michael Palin explores the London depicted on old Underground posters. Director John Metherell
Producer Trevor Hearing (R)
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Vintage American comedy.
Something Fishy. Ralph (
Jackie Gleason ) and Ed (Art Carney) are surprised when their wives plan to join them on a fishing trip.
Starring Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O'Sullivan
James Parker and his daughter Jane venture into Africa in search of the Elephants' Graveyard and a fortune in ivory.
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Life at Benares on the holy River Ganges. (R)
A New World. Tim Pigott-Smith narrates this look at the skill of early deep-sea divers.
Written and produced by Ray Sutcliffe Series editor Bruce Norman (R)
A 91-part epic Indian drama.
25: The time has come for the princes to pay Dronacharya
(Surendra Pal) for their education. (In Hindi with English subtitles.
Audrey Hepburn , Gregory Peck Joe Bradley , journalist with an American news bureau, finds a pretty girl apparently in a drunken stupor by the Trevi fountain and takes her home with him to sleep it off. Next morning he discovers that his guest is a princess on a state visit to Rome.
Screenplay by Ian McLellan Hunter and John Dighton
Producer/Director William Wyler
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An introduction to Latin American
Spanish in five parts.
4: Para todos los gustos. Rodeos and modern dance reveal a sense of the past, which as writer Carlos Fuentes explains, is central to Mexican culture.
Presented by Patricia de la Pena. Director Stephen Moss Producer David Wilson
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de la Pena.
A weekly look back at highlights from The Late Show.
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Chris Lowe reviews the events of the week, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Followed by Weatherview.
By Richard Wagner.
Siegfried, Act 1. The scheming dwarf Mime plans to use Siegfried to win back the ring. This act reveals some of Wagner's more disturbing views on racial superiority. Introduced by Rabbi Julia Neuberger from one of the shrines of German national pride - Walhalla in Regensburg.
Bavarian State Opera Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch
Stage director Nikotaus Lehnhoff
BBCtv presentation Francesca Kemp and Donald Sturrock
An NHK (Japan) production
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Clive James takes an entertaining look at television worldwide, with his studio guest, distinguished writer Anthony Burgess. Series producer Beatrice Ballard Editor Richard Drewett
A profile of Hollywood's most powerful woman director, Kathryn Bigelow , whose films include Near Dark, Blue Steel, and tonight's
The Loveless. Plus Robin Hood , an enduring English legend, brought most vividly to the screen by Hollywood. Latest to take the role is Kevin Costner , in Prince of Thieves, now shooting at
Shepperton Studios, while two more versions of the story are in pre-production in Hollywood. Presented by Kate Leys. Series producer Paul Kerr
Executive producer Michael Jackson
Another opportunity to keep up with events in David Lynch 's offbeat American town.
Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
2: Further probing into
Laura Palmer 's murder brings indications of a sordid secret life - but who really knows the truth?
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Willem Dafoe , Robert Gordon
1959: Vance, a lone motorcyclist, joins a group of bikers killing time at a small-town Florida diner. But the locals resent their presence and are quite prepared to resort to violence.
Written and directed by Kathryn Bigelow and Monty Montgomery
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