6.50 Maths: Area Games 7.15
Health Visiting and the Family
7.40 Geology: Rock Textures
8.05 Bangkok - a City Speaks
8.30 Invention Is not Enough
8.55 IT for You 9.20 Education
9.45 Living Choices:
Supporting Systems 10.10 Measuring with Light 10.35 Open Forum Magazine 11.00 Multi-Cultural Education 11.25
Environment: Living with Drought 12.15 The Romantic Poets in the Alps 12.40
Statistics: Lines, Before and After 1.05 Organic Chemistry: Samples of Analysis 1.30 Modern Art: Kirchner
1.55 Discovering 16th-century Strasbourg 2.20 Desert Ecology
A 91-part epic from India. 45: Yudhishtira is unhappy with Draupadi for having taunted
Duryodhana in public.
(InHindiwithEnglishsubtitles. Repeated tomorrow at 12.05am on BBC1)
Tempestuous Ruby, born on the wrong side of the tracks, is determined to be accepted in local society. When she is jilted by the man she loves, she sets out to destroy all who have snubbed her.
Director King Vidor
* FILMS: pages 33-38
● CHARLTON HESTON 'S KIND
OF DAY: page 114
Dr Saul Manfred:
Day eight of the Embassy World Professional
Championship from the Crucible Theatre,
Sheffield, where the survivors are into the second round.
Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton. Presented by David Vine.
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather
Bismarck's Wars. In the third of six unscripted talks on the origins of war in modern times, the popular historian A J P Taylor discusses the Prussian Chancellor
Bismarck's two wars - the planned war, against Austria in 1866, and the unexpected war, against France in 1870. See panel below.
Producer Edward Mirzoeff
Continuing the BBC adaptation of the epic documentary series about the American Civil War.
President Lincoln arms the blacks and nearly 200,000 enlist. Women are also given their chance to play a part, as nurses in the awful hospitals. "No women under 30 years need apply," says Dorothea Dix, chief nurse for the Union armies. But soon the only question she asks is, "When can you start?"
With the voices of Sam Waterston, Jason Robards, Garrison Keillor, Julie Harris, Derek Jacobi and Jeremy Irons. Narrated by David McCullough.
Teletext Subtitles: page 888
Further second-round coverage of the World
Professional Championship from the Crucible Theatre,
Sheffield. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton. With David Vine.
First showing on network television.
Continuing the Africa on Film season. Troops from French West Africa returning from the battlefields of Europe in 1944 are quartered at Camp de Thiaroye in Senegal, awaiting honourable discharge and back pay. Once there, they find the treatment they receive at the hands of the French officers intolerable.
Made by Ousmane Sembene , the father of African cinema, this powerful indictment of colonial attitudes is based on a true story and aroused initial hostility in France. A Senegalese film with English subtitles.
0 BOOKLET: send cheque/PO for £2.75, payable to BSS, to [address removed] 0 FILMS: pages 33-38
Sergeant Major Diatta:
Fusilier from Burkina Faso:
Fusilier from the Ivory Coast:
Fusilier from the Congo:
Casimir Zoba Detto
Fusilier from Chad:
Final visit of the day to the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, where the second round of the World Professional
There is a guaranteed purse of £20,000 for those who survive to the quarter-finals.
Introduced by David Vine.