Managing Schools: A Department
9.00 France Français: Parlons
Cuisine 9.15 Lernexpress: Servus Bayern! 9.30 Ici Paris: Paris
Jeunesse (Stereo) 9.45 You and Me: Down on the Farm 10.00 Over the Moon: Easter 10.15 Look and Read: Skyhunter- Back to the Wild
10.35 Q and A - a series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes 10.40 Let's See: Go
4511.00 Watch: People Who Help Us - Emergency Police Station
11.15 English Express: Sights and Insights 11.35 Science Challenge: Up and Away (Stereo) 11.55 Into Music: MOVingtO Music (Stereo;
12.15 Christianity in Today's
World: Christianity in a Media World (Stereo) 12.35 Art Work:
Reflections 12.55 A Way with Numbers 1.20 PC Pinkerton 1.25 Fireman Sam 1.35 Pinny's House
1.40 Hawk's Eye: Rivers in Peril
2.00 News and Weatherfollowed by You and Me: Down on the Farm
Children's Songs. Playground inventiveness is as vigorous as ever, as Adam McNaughtan 's collection shows.
With signing and subtitles.
First showing on network television for this racing comedy. Four friends try to fix a horse race - not realising how high the odds are stacked against them.
Director Paul Bartel
● FILMS: pages 37-42
I ncluding advice on choosing the perfect rose, scent in the winter garden, and information on cat deterrents.
I First World War drama FILM starring
Michael York , Elke Sommer Desperate to develop a weapon to counter the Zeppelins flying above the range of British fighter planes over London, the British decide to plant a spy at the German airship factory.
The man chosen, a young Scot of German origin, soon finds himself deep in enemy territory on a vital, dangerous mission.
Director Etienne Pener
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 37 -42
Maj Alfred Tauntler:
Prof Christian Altschul:
Lt ComdrHorst von Gorian:
Capt Whitney, RN:
Lt Comdr Colin Anderson:
A triple bill of personal views. R. Film-maker Ken McMullen re-creates the terrifying image of The Blinding of Samson and other paintings to explore the artist's obsession with blindness.
Work in Progress. To the music of the blues, Oscar Grillo animates the private world of the artist and his family.
The Embrace. A personal essay on Rembrandt's obsession with the human body by the critic and writer John Berger.
Executive producers Keith Alexander and Leslie Magahey
(Rembrandt - the Vanishing Rembrandts tomorrow at 8. 10pm)
● MUSIC AND ARTS: page 12
This week the alternative TV station gets religion.
With Geoffrey Perkins ,
Michael Fenton Stevens , Helen Atkinson Wood ,
Angus Deayton , Philip Pope. Written by Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins
Director John Kilby Producer Jamie Rix
Offbeat American time-travel drama, starring Scott Bakula
Sea Bride. 3 June 1954: Sam appears in the body of a debonair adventurer returning from a three-year absence to stop his ex-wife remarrying. ● STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
An affectionate look at Radio
Luxembourg, launched in 1933 and for decades the only commercial pop music station broadcasting in the UK - and then only at night. Generations grew up listening to it under the bedclothes. But last year 208 went off the airwaves and now it can only be reached by satellite. This nostalgic portrait of "the station of the stars" talks to some of its former DJs including Jimmy Savile ,
Noel Edmonds , Pete Murray , David "Kid" Jensen and Tony "Your Royal Ruler" Prince, about their days in the Duchy. And listeners, such as Cliff Richard and Tim Rice , describe how they heard their first rock 'n' roll on Radio Luxembourg. Producer John Pitman Editor Caroline Pick
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FEATURE: page 24
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. • STEREO