6.35 Motion in a Circle 7.00
Modern Art: Jackson Pollock 7.25 Miningfor Science 7.50 The Optical Lens 8.15Cars and Corrosion 8.40 Industrial Strife
9.05 Patterns in Green 9.30 Arts: King Cotton's Palace 9.55 Frontiers of Geology 10.20 Whipped into Action 10.45
Women's Studies: Takingthe
Credit 1 1. 10 INSAT - Implications foraNation 11.35 A Global Culture
A look at the life and work of Chinese-born artist Diana Kan who was taught calligraphy by Professor Chan, from whom Picasso requested a "used brush" as a gift.
Introduced by Steve Rider from the Belfry.
12.35 Motor racing
2.45 Show jumping; 4.30 Golf
Belgian Grand Prix from Spa.
Live coverage of the 12th round of this season's Formula 1
World Championship which is the 500th Grand Prix ever staged. New World Champion
Nigel Mansell will be aiming for his ninth outright win of the season. Commentary by Murray Walker , James Hunt and Jonathan Palmer.
(Highlights tonight at 9. 00pm)
Hickstead Derby. Some of the most famous names in show jumping have conquered the famous Derby Bank and Devil's Dyke to win the prestigious Hickstead Derby.
Harvey Smith and Eddie Macken are four-times winners, while Nick Skelton and Germany's
Paul Schockemohle have triumphed twice. Commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward , Stephen Hadley.
Murphy's English Open. Third round action from the Belfry where England's David Gilford notched his first Tour victory in 1991. It was this corresponding round which proved decisive for him as he fired a superb 67 to shoot up the leaderboard. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay ,
Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
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Trevor and Simon take a hysterical historical look at comedy on the Fringe, and by the way include some of the best of this year's Festival. Producer Douglas Mackinnon Editor John Archer
More television sheepdog trials, introduced by Phil Drabble from Ennerdale Water in the Lake District, This week, it's the turn of three English handlers and their dogs to master the Herdwick sheep. Ray Ollerenshaw describes their efforts.
Director Ian Russell Producer Ian Smith ● STEREO
Another chance to see
David Attenborough 's award-winning series The Life Trilogy.
The Northern Forests. From the Arctic to the southern USA stretches the largest forest in the world. In the snow-covered conifers of the north live resourceful predators like the great grey owl and the lynx. Further south are deciduous woodlands with a colourful array of woodpeckers and hummingbirds. In autumn bears, raccoons and chipmunks stock up for winter. As
David Attenborough travels on south, conifers become common again - including the largest trees on earth, the giant sequoias. And he even finds a woodpecker that uses tree sap to fight off attacking snakes. Producer Ned Kelly
Executive producer Richard Brock * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● NATURE: page 11
This solo play from 1982 brings to an end the retrospective of the work of Alan Bennett and his producer Innes Lloyd.
Starring Patricia Routledge as Miss Schofield.
What do Miss Schofield and "the gang" find to talk about at their table in the canteen?
Yesterday they were discussing the nasty rash
Pauline Lucas 's mother keeps getting and there was quite a lively discussion about runner beans. Miss Schofield puts her social success down to the fact that she doesn't talk about herself - and she laughs, of course. She always laughs. Patricia Routledge won a Broadcasting Press Guild award for this performance. Director Giles Foster
Highlights of today's action from Belgium.
A preview of the new season of programmes on BBC2.
Alex Cox introduces a double bill of films on the theme of Hollywood as Hell.
The Day of the Locust
Hollywood 1938: Tod Hackett , a painter, takes a job with a movie studio and becomes obsessed with his neighbour - starlet Faye Greener.
Director John Schlesinger
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12.20am The Big Knife
Ida Lupino , Rod Steiger Charles Castle is a top movie star with a guilty secret, and his ruthless producer is one of those who know what it is.
Screenplay by Clifford Odets
Director Robert Aldrich ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 e BARRY NORMAN : page 32
Moviedrome producer Nick Freand Jones