9.00 Open Advice 9.25 Managing Health Services 9.50 Environments
10.40 Small Business
David Attenborough examines Ramayana, an ancient story which has been popular for 2,000 years.
Anne Gregg reports on a fly-drive holiday to Ireland.
A musical starring Deanna Durbin
An ambitious young girl must convince a composer and producer that she can sing. Director Frank Borzage
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Lady Victoria Leatham visits Penshurst Place, Kent.
Asian entertainment magazine. Featuring reports on the controversy over rock music in Pakistan and an interview with Juhi Chawla - a former Miss India, now an actress - who talks about her films.
Presented by Shyama Perera.
A 93-part epic from India.
71: The Kaurava and Pandava armies are ready for war. (In Hindi with English subtitles.
A beetle's eye view of life.
I A spy spoof starring
The world is under threat and only one man can save it - former British agent 007, the retired Sir James Bond. With Woody Allen , Ursula Andress. Directors Val Guest. Ken Hughes. John Huston , Joe McGrath and Robert Parrish • FILMS: pages 49-56
L The first of six programmes.
1: The Basics. Introducing the game and its language.
Presented by Zia Mahmood , with Michele Handley and Omar Sharif.
A GM production for BBCtv
A ten-part series.
9: Give and Take. A look at the language and etiquette of buying and giving gifts. Producer Terry Doyle
Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show .
Topical comedy quiz show. • STEREO
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather
Rock, pop and rhythm and blues from the archives of the BBC.
A flower-power, Sergeant Pepper-inspired riot. Featuring the Equals, Amen Corner, Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity, and the Hollies. STEREO
Recent political infighting in the Soviet Union examined.
5: Breaking Ranks. How the last of the great empires began to break up. People who were there tell what Gorbachev said to Ceausescu of Romania and Landsbergis of Lithuania. Senes producer Norma Percy
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Twenty years ago the three editors of the underground magazine Oz were charged with "conspiracy to corrupt and debauch the morals of lieges of Her Majesty". The trial at the Old Bailey became a cause célèbre, pitting the alternative culture of the hippy underground against the legal might of the British establishment.
Jonathan Dimbleby introduces three programmes re-creating the most controversial court case of the 197 Os and the story of the magazine that provoked it.
Oz: the Magazine
Tracing the magazine's progress from its Australian origins to its days as the underground press flagship. • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
A drama based on the trial transcripts by Geoffrey Robertson , QC, then a solicitor working for the defence counsel, John Mortimer.
Producer Simon Curtis
Director Sheree Folkson * STEREO
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Judge Michael Argyle:
Det Insp Luff:
Dr Michael Scho/ield:
Dr Josephine Klein:
Dr Edward de Bono:
Prof Ronald Dworkin:
How do the Oz editors now see the issues on which the case was brought? Richard Neville , Felix Dennis and Jim Anderson join Germaine Greer , Caroline Coon , Janet Daley ,
Geoffrey Robertson , QC, and Ivan Lawrence , QC, MP, to discuss Oz 's legacy. Producer David Barrie
FILM Director Jane Campion 's acclaimed first feature about two close schoolmates who have grown apart. With
Emma Coles and Kris Bidenko.
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