9.00 Suite Dreams
9.25 Business to Business
9.50 Open Advice: There's a Degree in Me Somewhere
10.15 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600: Christopher Plantin , Polyglot Printer of Antwerp
10.40 Science Preparatory Maths: Graphs
Norway. Kathy Tayler reports on a holiday in self-catering log cabins at Vradal, southern Norway. Series producer Patricia Houlihan
A series on sports injuries.
Keep the Engine Running. Like a car the body needs the correct fuel to maintain a high performance.
A RNTV/Marjan Vos production for BBCtv (R)
A series of balloon flights. Today
Sue Beardsmore flies from a castle in Warwickshire and a chateau in Normandy.
Producer David Nelson (R)
Vintage American comedy.
The $99,000 Answer. Ralph (Jackie Gleason ) appears to be heading for first prize in a music contest.
Bette Davis , Herbert Marshall
Doubts are cast on Leslie Crosbie 's innocence after she claims she shot a man in self-defence. Adapted from the story by Somerset Maugham .
Director William Wyler
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Matilda's 's Bear Head
A lighthearted story from Czechoslovakia.
A series on the world of underwater history and archaeology.
Ships of Trade. A look at the sailing ships the Amsterdam and the Sea Venture. Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith .
Writer/Producer Ray Sutcliffe Series editor Bruce Norman (R) ● CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A 91-part epic Indian drama. (In Hindi with English subtitles.
For details see tomorrow at 12.35am on BBC1)
The Earl of Huntingdon is determined to oppose the cruel oppression of King John by bringing the Merry Men - the legendary outlaw band of his father Robin Hood - back together again.
Robin, Earl of Huntingdon... John Derek
Director Gordon Douglas
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Count of Flanders:
UK Championships from the Guild Hall, Preston. The final is played over two days and is the best of 31 frames. David Vine introduces highlights of the first seven frames. Summaries by John Spencer and Ray Edmonds.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
England v New Zealand
World Series Cup from Adelaide. England, winners of this competition on their last tour four years ago, start their campaign against the strong batting line-up of New Zealand. Highlights of this
50-overs-per-side battle introduced by Richie Benaud.
Television presentation Channel 9 Australia
Hundreds of classical musicians gathered at London's South Bank Centre last May to raise money for Aids relief. There were world premieres from leading composers Stephen Sondheim and George Benjamin and recitals by Evelyn Glennie and the Labeque Sisters. This film for World Aids Day is a record of the event. Producer Simon Broughton
A weekly look back at highlights from The Late Show.
Presented by Moira Stuart.
Andrew Harvey reviews the events of the week, with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing.
Followed by Weatherview.
By Richard Wagner.
Gotterdammerung, Act 2. Drugged and deceived by Hagen, Siegfried has forgotten his love for
Briinnhilde and conspired with Gunther to abduct her. Hagen is now close to recapturing the ring. Before the act, Norman Stone , Professor of Modern History at Oxford, explores the historical background of the plot. (tenor) (bass-baritone)
Bavarian State Opera Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Wolfgang Sawallisch.
Stage director Nikolaus Lehnhoff
BBCtv presentation by Colin Spector and Donald Sturrock
An NHK (Japan) production (Act 3 next Saturday)
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Last in the series. Comedian Kenny Everett joins Clive James in the studio to take an entertaining and critical look at television worldwide. Diet and exercise expert Richard Simmons talks to James via satellite from Hollywood. Series producer Beatrice Ballard Editor Richard Drewett
('Clive James Meets Ronald Reagan ' on Tuesday, BBC1)
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Stories from the Quilt. Directors Robert Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman introduce their 'Best
Documentary' 1990 Oscar-winner, which is an extraordinary portrait of the first decade of the Aids epidemic in America. While measuring the inexorable march of the disease with chronological news clips, the film introduces five individuals, through the recollections of friends, lovers and families, who have died of Aids.
The lives, the achievements and the love are all amalgamated in the stunning Aids Memorial Quilt which has helped the bereaved come to terms with their loss. Covering 15 acres and still growing, the quilt is made up of thousands of panels, each of which represents one person.
Narrated by Dustin Hoffman. Music by Bobby McFerrin. * DOCUMENTARY: page 11
Another opportunity to keep up with events in David Lynch 's offbeat American town. Starring
Kyle Maclachlan Michael Ontkean
6: An unlikely informant brings
Cooper and Truman to a cabin in the woods and another clue. As
Norma waits for her husband to turn up, Bobby Briggs breaks down, Josie sits in the dark and Audrey goes to work for her special agent.
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