6.50 Maths: Modelling Turkeys
7.15 Intro to Psychology:
Autism 7.40 Maths: Sampling
8.05 Planning the Production
8.30 Living Choices: New Dimensions 8.55 Beyond
Famine 9.20 Physics: Special Relativity 9.45 Black Girls in Search of Learning 10.10
Technology: 'Patterns in the Dust' by Ian Briggs - drama documentary on the detective work that led to the discovery of a link between adenocarcinoma (nasal cancer) and the woodworking industry
10.35 State and Society:
Propaganda 11.00 Design for Managers 11.25 Another Point of View 11.50 Whose Land Is
It Anyway? 12.15 Man-Made Macromolecules 12.40 Art in 15th-Century Italy 1.05 Nuclear Weapons: Arms
Control 1.30 Modem Art: Dali and Surrealism 1.55
Fontainebleau: The Changing Image of Kingship 2.20 The History of Mathematics 2.45 The Clinical Psychologist
A 93-part epic from India. 56: Keechak becomes obsessed with Draupadi who, in her servant disguise, is powerless to avoid his amorous attentions. However, there's a nasty surprise in store for him.
(In Hindi with English subtitles. Repeated tomorrow at 12.35am on BBC1)
The Deciding Factor. Why did the chicken cross the road? Whatever the answer, it involved a decision that was, perhaps, crucial to its survival. Making the right choices is as vital to animals as it is to us.
Narrated by Barry Paine.
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England v West Indies Further live coverage of the third day's play from Edgbaston. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
First of a six-part series in which a UK citizen compares work experience with a counterpart from another EC country.
Doctors. In Spain, a very new health system is emerging, but patients are taking time to get used to it. Dr Anita Berlin and Dr Lorenzo Fleitas compare life as GPs when they shadow each other at work in Gateshead and Granada.
Producer David Wilson
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With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather
The second in a season of films by the late innovative director Denis Mitchell.
Made in 1961, the film was banned in the United States for six years. This Prix Italiawinning documentary shows 24 hours in the life of a great city. With commentary by author Studs Terkel and music by Dudley Moore , this gritty film presents a 'warts and all' . picture of Chicago.
The last in the series that traces the journey of Irish music to America and back.
The Parting Glass. In its journey around the world,
Irish music has gone through a process of change and renewal, but its exponents always return to their native resources. Featured artists include Donal Lunny , the Edge, Elvis Costello , Everly Brothers, Davy Spillane ,
Martin O'Connor , Maire Ni Bhraonain and An Emotional
Fish, and Maura O'Connell. Musical director Donal Lunny Producer Philip King
A Hummingbird production for BBCtv in association with RTE
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Last in the present series of self-made documentaries about people's lives.
Crossing the Frontier of Fire When photographer Mirella Ricciardi travelled to the Brazilian rainforest to capture images of its endangered people, she developed an intriguing relationship with her young assistant Sofia. Producer Robert Tolputt
Series producer Jeremy Gibson
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England v West Indies
Highlights of the third day's play from Edgbaston.
Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Another chance to see the Malian singer Salif Keita live at the Brixton Academy in this Rhythms of the World concert special.
Director Nigel Finch
Continuing the season of dramas by the late director Alan Clarke with the first television screening of his most controversial TV film, written by Roy Minton.
A group of new arrivals at a borstal are drawn into the power play and violence of the institution. Clarke's cinema version was recently shown during C4's Banned season.
Producer Margaret Matheson