Patrick Moore visits the Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore to discuss Hubble. (Shown last Sunday on BBC
9.00 Open Advice 9.25 Mental
Handicap 9.50 Fair Trading 10.15 Practical Conservation for Land Managers
Starring Laurel and Hardy in a slapstick story of escalating desperation and destruction.
Children of Silence. To mark the beginning of Deaf
Awareness Week, the film about two deaf children.
Signed and subtitled.
L Based on a story by Joseph Conrad.
Starring James Mason as a ship's captain who risks all to save a man accused of murder.
Director John Brahm
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A western starring
Robert Preston as a marshal who leaves town to find a bride and returns to find the town drunk spoiling for a fight. Director Bretaigne Windust
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Luis Arcaraz with a medley of hits.
Lady Victoria Leatham visits Rockingham Castle.
Featuring Asian pop star
Canada's Dal, and Srinivas Krishna , the director of the new movie, Masala. Plus the result of the mystery guest competition. Presented by Shyama Perera.
A 93-part epic from India.
69: The armies journey to battle. (In Hindi with English subtitles.
Rptd tomorrow at 11. 50pm on BBC 1 )
Anthony Hopkins as a lawyer plotting the perfect murder. With Blythe Danner. Director David Greene
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Grand Prix semi-finals from the Hexagon, Reading. Introduced by David Vine.
(Coverage continues at 10.50pm)
A ten-part series on Japan. 7: Eating, Drinkingand Entertaining
. A look at the business of entertainment - settai- and the importance of cementing relationships - tsukiai - when doing business in Japan. The language of ordering food and drink is presented by Tokyo reporter Yuka Nukina , with the help of young Japanese and two young businessmen from Europe. Plus a profile of the mama-san - queen of the hostess bars. ProducerTerry Doyle
(Rptdtomorrowat 11.20 pm on BBC1) • SUPPORT MATERIAL: BBC book.
£ 16.95 from retailers; audio cassettes, £29.95 per pack of five.
● INFORMATION: fora a list of Japanese courses in the UK send a cheque/PO for £ 2.00, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed].
● TEACHERS' NOTES: £6.50, from same address. Cheque/PO payable as above.
Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show.
Comedy quiz show presented by Angus Deayton. • STEREO
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather
A ten-part series of rock, pop, and rhythm and blues from the archives of the BBC.
4: The Folk Revival. From
1964, when Cliff Michelmore introduced the young
Bob Dylan on the nightly magazine programme Tonight, BBCtv always found a place for the leading lights of the American protest movement. With
Bob Dylan , Pete Seeger , Joan Baez , Tom Paxton , Peter, Paul and Mary, Leonard Cohen , Tim Buckley and Richie Havens. Producer David Jeffcock * STEREO
An examination of the political infighting since
Mikhail Gorbachev came to power. 3: The Yeltsin File. How did
Boris Yeltsin rise to the top as a Soviet Communist Party official? How did he come to fall out with Mikhail Gorbachev ?
Producer Paul Mitchell
Series producer Norma Percy
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This is the first performance of Harold Pinter 's screenplay version of his typically spare, elliptical and mysterious 1970 classic; the play that came between his gnomic one-acters Landscapeand Silenceand his National Theatre success NoMan'sLand.
Twenty years after they lived together in London, Anna meets up with Kate, who is now married to Deeley. The visit stirs vivid memories in all three, sometimes conflicting, sometimes complementary.
But with the memories comes a growing awareness of the gulfs between them.
Producer/DirectorSimon Curtis * STEREO
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Further coverage of the Grand Prix semi-finals from the Hexagon, Reading.
Presented by Normski. ● STEREO