6.35 Maths Models and Methods
7.00 Klee and the Munich
Revolution 7.25 A Case of Flu 7.50 Seville 8.15 Exams: a Curious Kind of Ritual 8.40 Living with Technology 9.05 The Mammalian Kidney 9.30 Religion and Society in Victorian Bristol 9.55 A School of Genes 10.20 Questions of National Identity 11.10 Just an Illness
Laurie Mayer presents a political review for the region. With reports from Jonathan Beale and Tim Donovan. • REGIONAL PROGRAMME
A foreign office filing clerk becomes part of a diplomatic mission to Geneva but creates havoc in international affairs.
With Lana Morris. Belinda Lee , Jerry Desmonde , Garry Marsh and Inia Te Wiata.
Director John Paddy Carstairs
• FILMS: pages 41-48
Introduced by Bob Wilson Provisional Timetable
2.25 Motor racing
2.45 Motorcycling; 3.10 Rowing
3.25 Horse racing
3.35 Motorcycling; 4.00 Tennis
5.00 Motorcycling; 5.25 Formula 3
6.00 Motorcycling Motorcycling
Round 2 of the MCN Supercup from Mallory Park.
Commentators Barry Nutley and Roger Burnett. Motor Racing
Round 6 of the Esso British
Touring Car Championship from Donington Park. Plus
Round 9 of the British Formula
3 Championship. Commentary by Murray Walker.
The Irish Derby from the Curragh. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan.
The pick of Wimbledon action.
A look ahead to Barcelona and Britain's best chance of medals.
Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt , Julian Tutt and Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
Music education in Britain is the envy of the world. So why is its future threatened, and why are top musicians fighting to save it? On National Music Day, children, teachers and conductor Simon Rattle celebrate what there is to be proud of and reveal what is at stake.
Producer David Collison
Editor Pat Butler
A Third Eye production for BBCtv • FEATURE: page 29
A rerun of David Attenborough 's series forming The Life Trilogy. 8: Lords of the Air. Weight for weight, nothing has been invented that is as strong as the feather. Marvellously light, it is also extremely complex, and its evolutionary invention was the key to the success of birds. Producer Richard Brock
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Last in a series of films for the Commissions and Collaborations season in which a contemporary artist visits places which inspired an artist from the past. Tony Craggon Constantin
Brancusi. Leading sculptor and Turner Prize winner
Tony Cragg goes to the new Romania in search of clues to the spiritual and erotic power of Constantin Brancusi 's work. A
Romanian by birth, Brancusi moved to Paris in 1904, where he became one of the greatest pioneers of modern sculpture. Cragg's journey takes him back to Brancusi's peasant roots, and endsat The Endless Column, little-seen icon of modern art.
Director Christopher Swayne Producer Bruno Wollheim
An Illuminations production for BBCtv
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Over the next eight weeks, BBC2 is mounting a major retrospective of Alan Bennett 's work. Here he offers a preview.
From Amos 'n 'Andy to The Cosby Show, this documentary from the United States shows how 40 years of race relations have been reflected in prime time American television. Clips from classic shows, reminiscences and reflections are interspersed with news footage of the civil rights struggle, to demonstrate how the networks reflect divisive racial conflict and at the same time absorb it into their familiar and non-threatening, popular formats.
First showing on network television of Spike Lee's controversial exploration of inter-race relations in inner-city America. In a predominantly black/Puerto Rican area of New York, locals are angry that the neighbourhood is being run by whites, and what starts as a series of petty disagreements escalates into violence.
(Stereo) (Teletext Subtitles)
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Alex Cox presents another in the season of cult movies.
Henri-Georges Clouzot 's masterpiece ot the macabre, starring Simone Signoret
The wife and mistress of a despotic headmaster plot his death. Then his body mysteriously disappears. In French with English subtitles.
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Moviedrome producer Nick Freand Jones