6.35 Culture and Belief in Europe 1450-1600 7.00 Chemistry: Too Much of a Good Thing 7.25 Calculus: Differentiating Fields 7.50 Gas and Steam Turbines 8.15 In the Primordial Soup 8.40 Music:
Instrumentation 9.05 Databases and Developments 9.30 Maths: The Location Problem 9.55 Rural Life: Victorian Farming 10.20 Plant Growth Regulators:
Whatever Turns You On 10.45 Equivalence Relations 11.10
Preparing for the Exams 11.35 Physics: Electrons and Photons
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Diet Coke Great North Run, from Newcastle. World 10,000 metres champion Moses Tanui of Kenya leads the chase for first prize over the half-marathon distance of 13'/2 miles.
1990 London Marathon winner
Alistair Hutton leads the home challenge. In the women's race, last year's winner Rosa Mota takes on her old rival
Ingrid Kristansen of Norway.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster.
The World Championships, from Indianapolis, USA. The individual apparatus finals, with five gold medals to be decided in the women's vault and bars and the men's floor, pommel and ring exercises.
Commentary by Barry Davies and Mitch Fenner.
TV presentation (Athletics)
Martin Webster and John Shrewsbury
The season of highlights from The Natural World continues with the first of a two-part film about the Amazon rainforest.
Narrated by Anthony Hopkins. Producer Andrea Florence
A Partridge Films production for BBCtv 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
First of a four-part Timewatch reassessment of the life and work of Lyndon Baines Johnson , who took over as US President following the assassination of John F Kennedy in 1963. LBJ will always be remembered for his role in the conflict in Vietnam: he came to power only to see his unprecedented social agenda undermined by a war he supported but never really understood.
Beautiful Texas. This first programme examines his ambition and the political instinct which took him from small town rural affairs in Texas via Dallas to the highest office in the United States of America. Part 2 is on Thursday at 9.30pm. Director David Grubin
Series editor Roy Davies
- First showing on network television for the political thriller starring Richard Gere
Publicity executive Pete St John is a master of media manipulation and runs campaigns for aspiring politicians, irrespective of their ideologies, providing they can pay his fees.
Director Sidney Lumet 0 FILMS: pages 35-42
Pete St John:
Senator Sam Hastings:
First showing on network television for an Africa on Film presentation. Faced with starvation, the people of a drought-stricken Sahel village have to decide whether to wait passively for international aid or take their destiny in their own hands. This optimistic view of a contemporary African dilemma was Idrissa Ouedraogo 's first feature film. His latest, Tilai, won major prizes at the 1990 Cannes Film Festival and also the Pan African Film Festival last March. A Burkinabe film with English subtitles.
0BOOKLET: send cheque/PO for£2.75 payable to BSS, to [address removed] FILMS: pages 35-42
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