6.50 Maths: Inverse Functions
7.15 Asian Families, Western
Culture 7.40 Geology: Mapping in the Yorkshire Dales 8.05
Density and Viscosity in Mineral Processing 8.30
Managing in Organisations
8.55 The Telephone - Birth of a Technology 9.20 Adult
Education: Learning in Groups
9.45 Living Choices: Good
Moves 10.10 Images: Beyond the Eye 10.35 The Effective Manager 11.00 Managing
Health Services 11.25 Living Choices: New Dimensions
11.50 Survival in a Competitive Environment
12.15 Henry IV Parts I and II: Workshop 1.05 Technology: Eureka! 1.30 Modern Art:
Monet 1.55 Geometric
Topology: Orientability 2.20
Ecology: A Tropical Rain Forest
In India this 91-part epic drama is cult viewing for 115 million people who watch it on garlanded television sets.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Repeated tomorrow at 12.20am on BBC1)
Harlem life as seen through the paintings of Gregorio Prestopino and the music of Benny Carter.
This lavish film version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's show includes the immortal songs Mister
Snow, June Is Bustin' Out All Over and You'll Never
Walk Alone. It tells of Billy Bigelow who, in a starry heaven, learns that his wife and daughter on earth are having problems. Recounting their life together, he is allowed to return to them for one day.
Director Henry King * FILMS: page 29
Louise's dancing partner:
Enoch Snow Jr:
Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show.
With Jane Corbin.
Followed by Weather
A celebration of Britain's best-loved fell-walker.
On the Pennine Way. 'I'm glad it's finished,' was Wainwright's terse reaction to that 270-mile test of endurance between
Edale and Kirk Yetholm. Yet despite being his grumpiest book, the Pennine Way
Companion is considered indispensable by all who tackle the route. Some 20 years after its publication, he guided Eric Robson through the section from Wynch Bridge in Teesdale to the shoulder of the Pennines.
Producer Richard Else
Day two of the IAAF World Indoor Championships from
Seville. Featuring the start of Linford Christie 's quest for the 200m title, won in the 1989 Championships by John Regis - Britain's only gold medal! Also the finals of the Men's and Women's 60m hurdles and the Men's 1500 and Women's 3,000.
Commentary by David Coleman and Paul Dickenson.
Introduced by Helen Rollason with Brendan Foster.
Producer Martin Webster Editor Dave Gordon
Spain meets Mali meets Battersea. A unique collaboration between flamenco guitarists Ketama, the virtuoso West African kora player Toumani Diabate and renowned British double-bass player Danny Thompson produced not only an exciting album but some enthralling live performances. Tonight's film features Songhai in concert, goes behind the scenes to Mali and Spain and takes a look at
Danny Thompson 's earlier career. Series editors Anthony Wall and Nigel Finch
Composer Judith Weir found the material for her libretto in two collections of Gaelic tales and incantations. Her characters struggle against supernatural as well as social pressures in a tale of love, marriage, death and final triumph. Scottish Opera's production, invokes the bleak isolation of an island community.
Scottish Opera Chorus
Chorus Master Stephen Harris Scottish Opera Orchestra led by Raymond Ovens
Conductor Justin Brown
Presented by Sheena McDonald. Director Ian Spink
Television producer Mike Newman
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Another chance to see last week's episode. Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
After another death, Cooper knows he is close to his quarry.
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Krzysztof Kieslowski introduces the last of the Polish films, his own, award-laden precursor of Ten Commandments.
A Short Film about
First showing on network television.
Starring Miroslaw Baka
A young man brutally murders a taxi driver. There are no extenuating circumstances and the court condemns him to death.
Another killing is prepared.
This deeply disturbing feature film was the first of director
Kieslowski's astonishing cycle of twelve films inspired by biblical laws, and caused a furore at the 1988 Cannes
Film Festival. In Polish with English subtitles.
Written by Krzysztof Kieslowski and Krzysztof Piesiewicz ● FILMS: page 31