8.45 Science Preparatory Maths: Numbers 9.00 Open Advice: There's a Degree in Me
Somewhere 9.25 Design for
Managers: Design or Decline 9.50 Environments: Living with Drought
10.40 Openingthe Single Market
David Attenborough explores Burma's Irrawaddy river.
Victoria Studd samples French hospitality in Logis hotels.
The comedy about a girls' school which is mistakenly billeted to a boys' college. With Alistair Sim ,
Margaret Rutherford , Joyce Grenfell and Richard Wattis.
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Scarecrow. Chinese animation.
Lady Victoria Leatham visits
Highclere Castle, Newbury.
Fashion from Pakistan's Ritu Kumar and a profile of India's top film star Anil Kapoor.
A 93-part epic from India. 72: Arjuna has a crisis. (In Hindi with English subtitles.
Rpt tomorrow at 11. 55pm on BBC 1)
A talented Sioux runner must battle prejudice to go to the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. With Robby Benson and Pat Hingle. Director D S Everett
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Six programmes on how to play. 2: The Bidding. How to value a hand. With Zia Mahmood.
A GM production for BBCtv
The last of a ten-part series on Japanese language and culture. Japan Tomorrow. The changing lifestyles of Japan in the 90s. ProducerTerry Doyle
Topical comedy quiz show. • STEREO
A ten-part series of rock, pop, and rhythm and blues.
7: The Singer and the Song
The power of the solo hit single. With Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones and Cilia Black. Producer David Jeffcock
Recent political infighting in the Soviet Union examined.
6: End of the Beginning. How
Gorbachev's last attempt to move to a market economy failed. Director Angus MacQueen
Series producer Norma Percy
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
An evening of programmes to mark the start of the Gay
Liberation Movement in this country 21 years ago.
A Fulcrum production for BBCtv
The Gay Rock 'n' Roll Years A review of major gay liberation events using rare archive footage and pop music.
Columnists Gary Bushell , Peter Mackay and Auberon Waugh on their hostility to homosexuality.
Sir Ian McKellen ,
Simon Callow , Antony Sher and others challenge the theatre's reputation for sexual tolerance. 0 DRAMA: page 4
John Hurt stars as Quentin Crisp in an honest account of coming out in an era when the closets were closed.
Director Jack Gold
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post that mentions
Ascerbic pronouncements on modern gay man.
A host of celebrities announce their heterosexuality.
Miss Connie Champagne gives a witty, haunting monologue.
A visit to the Isle of Man where homosexuality is a criminal offence.
The legend of an emperors' love for a young man which turned Hong Kong's legislature in favour of homosexuality.
Neil Bartlett performs his own powerful drama about life today as a gay man.
Lesbian Tyneside comedienne Huffty takes a wry look at the Pilkington Glass Ladies Tennis Championships in Eastbourne.
Janis Perry reads her expurgated love story.
Novelist Maureen Duffy ,
Professor Stuart Hall , historian Jeffrey Weeks and others discuss their past hopes and future predictions for homosexuality.
Interviews with young black film-makers including Isaac Julien and Shakila Maan.
Marlon Rigg 's acclaimed and controversial film about being black and gay today in America. With poetry, performance, music and documentary, it celebrates in an explicit form love and sexuality.