6.50 Maths: Calculus 7.15 Art in the 15th Century: Florence
7.40 Geology of the Alps 8.05 Computing: On the Right Track
8.30 Design: Learning from
Experience 8.55 IT: What's in Store 9.20 Education: Baby Talk 10.10 Images:
Holography at Work 10.35
State and Society: the Right to Know 11.00 Open Forum
Magazine: News and Views on Higher Education and the OU
11.25 Arts: Warfare and Welfare 11.50 Education:
Learning Maths Together
12.15 Hamlet: Workshop
12.40 Santo Spirito : a Renaissance Church 1.05
Education for Adults: Limerick
Lessons 1.30 Modern Art:
Futurism 1.55 Scenes from Dr Faustus 2.20 Ecology: Ancient Woodland
A 93-part epic from India.
Back in Khandav Prastha, the Pandavas resume a normal life, but Duryodhana is not happy. He sets up another game of dice and calls the Pandavas to play. This time there is only one wager for both sides. Whoever loses goes into exile for 12 years.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Repeated tomorrow at 12.10am on BBC1)
First in a short season of films celebrating the 80th birthday of Hollywood's quintessential villain is this exciting Arabian Nights fantasy. Starring
Sinbad is captured by the evil Khalif and must solve a closely-guarded secret to gain his freedom.
(Comedy of Terrors tonight at
11.30pm on BBC1)
* FILMS: pages 29-35
England v West Indies Live coverage from Old Trafford of the second of three One-Day
Internationals. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather
The first of four programmes in which film-makers from different countries explore the effect of the Gulf War on their people. Israel - Wounded Suburb
In January and February this year, the world watched Iraqi Scud missiles fall on Israel.
Ramat-Gan, an ordinary suburb of Tel Aviv, was one of the most badly affected areas. Today, re-building is well advanced, but for the people life will never be the same.
Israeli film-maker Dan Setton encouraged them to re-live their war experiences and to reveal how their attitudes to their country may have changed. Director Dan Setton
Producer Richard Alwyn
0 PICTURE STORY: page 46
Four Elements. Lucinda Childs is one of America's most original choreographers. In a unique collaboration with the Rambert Dance Company, this one-time creative partner of Robert Wilson and Philip Glass has devised a new piece to the music of Gavin Bryars , framed by the designs of American painter Jennifer Bartlett.
Introduced by Judith Mackrell. Director Bob Lockyer
Producer Jolyon Wimhurst
A Best Endeavours production for BBCtv 0 MUSIC AND ARTS: page 14
When Aldo Vini , chairman of Banco Ambiguani, steals
$200 million his friend Bertoli shops him to the police. Then two hitmen are despatched to silence Bertoli.
Written by Peter Richardson and Pete Richens
Director Peter Richardson
Producer Lolli Kimpton
A Comic Strip production for BBCtv
A six-part comedy drama. 4: Making Contact. This week's session focuses on body language. The Wolvis family are encouraged to become aware of their individual spaces, culminating in a 'family sculpture' to the music of Mahler.
Written by Tom Lubbock and Roger Parsons Director Roger Parsons Producer Kevin Loader
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Dr Graham Wilcochson:
Au Revoir Stepney. Artist Vicky Hawkins and marble mason Tony Chircop had lived in London's East End all their lives. When, last year in France, they discovered the farmhouse of their dreams, they decided to sell Vicky's studio in London and move to start a new life. Their diary records the joys and traumas they experienced as their dream became a nightmare. Editor Jeremy Gibson
●SUGGESTIONS: if you would like to participate, write to Video Diaries,
Community Programme Unit, BBCtv, Wood Lane , London W 12 7RJ
Starring Kyle MacLachlan Michael Ontkean
Mysterious symbols lead
Cooper to a cave where the owls may not be what they seem.
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England v West Indies
Highlights of the second of the three One-Day Internationals from Old Trafford. Introduced by Tony Lewis.