9.00 Managing Health Service
9.25 The Successful Seven
9.50 There's a Degree in Me Somewhere
10.15 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: Maarten van
10.40 Science Preparatory Maths: Numbers
California. Anne Gregg reports on a two-week fly-drive holiday visiting Napa Valley, Yosemite National Park, Reno and San Francisco. Director Tracy Cook
Series producer Patricia Houlihan
A series on sports injuries.
A Stretch Too Far. Damage to muscles and tendons can be as difficult to repair as fractures.
RNTV/Marjanos production for BBCtv (R)
A series of balloon flights across some of the most beautiful parts of the Midlands. Today,
Sue Beardsmore tries her hand at flying the balloon, and investigates flying connections on the ground. Producer David Nelson (R)
Vintage American comedy.
A Matter of Record. Ralph makes up with Alice after a quarrel by committing his love to vinyl.
Two Hollywood melodramas that look at the pain and passion of married life.
Bette Davis , Errol Flynn
The Elliott girls are the belles of Silver Bow, Montana. But all three discover that there's more to marriage than finding a mate.
Director Anatole Litvak
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A series on the world of underwater history and archaeology.
The Oldest Shipwrecks in the World Archaeologist Dr George Bass 's pioneering techniques in the Mediterranean have led to the discovery of early ships laden with treasures. Now he plans one last dive to a spectacular wreck dating back to the Bronze Age. Also, British archaeologist Mensun
Bound attempts an excavation off Sicily of an Athenian wreck of the 5th century BC.
Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith . Producer Russell England
Series editor Bruce Norman (R) 9 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A 91-part epic Indian drama.
27: Dhritharashtra (Girija Shankar ) announces Yudhishtira (
Gajendra Chauhan ) as the heir to the throne. (In Hindi with English subtitles.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. An adaptation of Washington Irving's classic children's story.
The second of the Hollywood melodramas.
Home from the Hill
Captain Wade Hunnicutt is a renowned hunter of women as well as animals. His beautiful wife
Hannah maintains their charade of a marriage to protect their son Theron. But as the boy reaches maturity, the secrets of Wade's past threaten to divide the family.
Director Vincente Mmnelli
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A weekly look back at highlights from The Late Show, the arts and media programme.
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Lynette Lithgow reviews the events of the week, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Followed by Weatherview.
By Richard Wagner.
Siegfried, Act 3. Siegfried has killed the dragon Fafner and won control of the ring, but as yet is unaware of its curse. He has set out to find the sleeping Brunnhilde, but must first confront the Wanderer who guards the rock on which she lies. This act reveals Siegfried's vulnerability for the first time as he faces the consequences of his awakening sexuality. As an introduction, psychoanalyst Professor Anthony Clare examines the nature of Siegfried's adolescent turmoil.
Wanderer. Robert Hale (bass-baritone)
Bavarian State Opera Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch.
Stage director Nikolaus Lehnhoff
BBCtv presentation Francesca Kemp and Donald Sturrock
An NHK (Japan) production
('Gotterdammerung' Act 1 next Saturday) 0 SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 3.
Clive James takes an entertaining and critical look at television worldwide. Media monitors beam in by satellite to report on the latest television trends and stories. International celebrities and personalities join him each week, by satellite and in the studio, to discuss what's on. This week, his studio guest is broadcaster David Frost.
Series producer Beatrice Ballard Editor Richard Drewett
The last in the series.
Not since the New Wave of the early 60s has French cinema boasted so many young stylists - like the directors of Diva and Subway. Meanwhile, the most successful French film ever stars Gerard Depardieu as Cyrano de Bergerac. In France, Moving Pictures talks to the film-makers and finds out if there really is a new 'New Wave'. Plus a profile of Hollywood director, Alan Smithee. Presented by Kate Leys. Series producer Paul Kerr
Executive producer Michael Jackson
Another opportunity to see last week's episode of David Lynch and Mark Frost 's acclaimed television series. Starring
Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
4: As the funeral of Laura Palmer turns into a fiasco, Cooper is given a hint of the dead girl's double life by Audrey Home and learns of the evil lurking in the woods.
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Speeding from Marseilles to Paris in a stolen car, Michel Poiccard is involved in a fracas with the police. Despite the danger, he lingers in Paris, held by his reckless attraction to an American girl.
Screenplay by Jean-Luc Godard from an original scenario by Francois Truffaut Director Jean-Luc Godard
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