8.45 Science Preparatory Maths
9.00 Introduction to Psychology
9.25 Open Advice
9.50 Walk Softly on the Earth
10.15 Small Business
10.40 Open Advice
Leading voice tutor Ian Adam explains how to sing through a cold, how to sing a comic song and why pop and Puccini go together so well.
Western. Ex-bounty hunter Willet Gashade goes in search of his hoodlum twin brother who has gone missing in mysterious circumstances. With
Jack Nicholson and Warren Oates.
Director Monte Hellman ●FILMS: pages 35-41
Lady Victoria Leatham visits Broughton Castle.
Asian entertainment programme. Bangladesh's top singing star Runa Laila discusses her career; actor
Salman Khan reveals how he nearly became a director; and ghazal singer Pankaj Udhas selects his favourite film in Desert Island Clip.
Presented by Shyama Perera.
An epic drama from India.
Shikhandi joins Arjuna on the tenth day of battle.
(In Hindi with English subtitles.
Repeated tomorrow at 12. 10am on BBC1)
One of the most spectacular of Shakespearean films, featuring an impressive cast, great photography and memorable music by William Walton.
With Robert Newton , Leslie Banks , Renee Asherson ,
Esmond Knight , Leo Genn and Max Adrian.
Producer/Director Laurence Olivier ●FILMS: pages 35-41
Live coverage of the final of the Embassy World Championship played over the best of 11 sets. There have already been 30 matches to get to this stage and this afternoon's winner will win
£28,000. Introduced by Eamonn Holmes with commentary by Tony Green and Sid Waddell. Executive producer Keith Mackenzie ●STEREO
Live coverage from the NEC, Birmingham of the toys, utilities and gundogs classes. There are the latest results from the the agility and obedience competitions, and the Special Events ring.
Presented by Angela Rippon , Peter Purves , Les Crawley and Bernard Hall.
Producer Neil Eccles
With Moira Stuart.
Followed by Weather
Elgar Cello Concerto
The second of six programmes being repeated as a tribute to the great musician.
Critic David Cairns observed that Tortelier's recording of the Elgar Cello Concerto with Boult proved that understanding Elgar's music is not the exclusive prerogative of the English. Here, the cellist brings Gallic wisdom to bear on this well-loved concerto as he coaches Elizabeth Ramsay and Emma Ferrand , with pianist Geoffrey Pratley.
Producer Rodney Greenberg
This weekend the BBC is celebrating the work of Austrian composer Alban Berg who died in 1935. It was only after his wife's death in 1976 that secrets relating to his private life were revealed.
This film not only investigates his double existence but includes unique footage of an unpublished document that has become a blueprint for understanding his music. Producer Knss Rusmanis
Executive producer Dennis Marks (Wozzeck tomorrow at 3.00pm) 0 MUSIC AND ARTS: page 1 1
BBC2's weekly cinema night. Joe Eszterhas is the highest paid screenwriter in the world. He got$3 million for his latest film Basic Instinct. He is also the most controversial writer in Hollywood - currently accusing his ex-agent of threatening to murder him, attacking the cult of the director and offering to do a complete rewrite halfway through shooting to appease protesters about Basic
Instinct's lesbian killer. In tonight's programme, the basic instincts of a bestselling screenwriter are discussed by Eszterhas, his collaborators (directors Costa-Gavras and Norman Jewison ) and his critics. Plus, French director Bertrand Blier on his latest surreal comedy Merci la vie.
Presented by Howard Schuman. Executive producer Daniel Wolf Series producer Paul Kerr
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
Joe Eszterhas wrote the screenplay for tonight's Moving Pictures feature presentation. It is a disturbing thriller and stars Jeff Bridges Glenn Close
A beautiful heiress is found savagely slain. The murder weapon - a large hunting knife. But for her husband Jack the nightmare isn't over. Accused of the brutal killing, he has to face a harrowing trial.
Director Richard Marquand STEREO
●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ●FILMS: pages 35-41
Highlights of today's final. ●STEREO