6.50 Maths: Curve Sketching
7.15 The Origins of State Social Work 7.40 Maths:
Confidence 8.05 Systems Discipline: Docklands Light Railway 8.30 Working With
Systems: Coping with Queues
8.55 Whose Land Is It
Anyway? 9.20 Physics:
Lightning Does Strike Twice!
9.45 Qualified to Work 10.10 A Matter of Resource 10.35
The Effective Manager 11.00 Managing Schools: A Crisis
11.25 Learning to Care 12.15 Given Enough Rope 12.40 OBS Explanatory: Mastering Management 1.05 Wheels of Progress 1.30 Modern Art:
Cubism 1.55 Scenes from Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe
2.20 Oceans and Climate
Painting Sheffield Grey
George Cunningham took up painting as a hobby at the age of 48 and later as a trade when he was made redundant from his job as a die-sinker for a cutlery company.
A film directed by David Lean and starring Judy Davis Victor Banerjee Peggy Ashcroft
In India to visit her fiance, Adela Quested is taken, with her companion Mrs Moore , to see the famous Marabar Caves by a Muslim surgeon, Dr Aziz. But when Adela and Aziz explore the caves alone events take a tragic turn. Based on the novel by E M Forster
• FILMS: pages 31-35
• PICTURE STORY: page 44
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
The Cold War. In this last of six talks on the origins of war in modern times, A J P Taylor considers the many years of tension and, fascinating in hindsight, ponders the future of warfare in the nuclear age. Introduced by historian Christopher Andrew , a specialist in intelligence. Producers Edward Mirzoeff and Alexandra Beazley
NEW Heaven Ablaze in His
NEW Breast, based on E T A Hoffman's gothic horror story The Sandman, opens this new series of dance programmes. Choreographer Ian Spink and composer Judith Weir have called on the performing skills of the dance company Second Stride and the vocal group Vocem to produce a work that is part dance and part opera. Helped by designer
Antony McDonald , Spink draws on images and ideas from the past and the present. Series introduced by Judith Mackrell. Producer/Director Peter Mumford
A Dance Lines production for BBCtv
2: When the Raiders land in the Falklands, they find that their leader, Stan, is in love with the wrong girl.
Writers Peter Richardson/Pete Richens Director Peter Richardson Producer Lolli Kimpton
A Comic Strip production for BBCtv
A six-part comedy drama. 3: Working the System Dr Wilcockson puts the emphasis on structure and system, and tries to show the Wolvises that there is a pattern to their lives. Written by Tom Lubbock and Roger Parsons
Director Roger Parsons Producer Kevin Loader
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Off the Rails. Stephen Hawthorne 's parents discovered he was gay two years ago. Rather than face them he left home. In his absorbing and humorous diary he tries to open a dialogue with his parents by involving them.
Producer Bob Long
0 VIDEO DIARY: if you would like to participate, write to: Video Diaries, [address removed]
9 HELPLINE: if you would like to talk in confidence about sexuality or related problems ring [number removed]00. Calls are free. Lines will be open following the programme until 2.00am.
Film noir starring Edmond O'Brien
The story in flashback of Frank Bigelow , the seemingly innocent victim of a conspiracy that results in his own 'death on arrival'.
Director Rudolph Mate
FILMS: pages 31-35
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
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