8.00 Science Preparatory Maths: Numbers 8.15 Open Advice:
There's a Degree in Me Somewhere
8.40 Design or Decline
I Victor McLaglen Marjorie Woodworth
Travelling on the luxury train
Broadway Limited, a Hollywood star's producer dreams up a publicity stunt - that the actress should adopt a baby.
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Dr Harvey North:
In this frantic comedy, Bud and Lou are would-be plumbers called to the estate of a millionaire who soon regrets the day he ever needed a tap fixing. The film contains a fox hunt where the riders turn out to be the victims, and a fire engine chase.
Director Jean Yarbrough ● FILMS: pages 51-60
An aerial tour of the English seaside, in the company of the late Sir John Betjeman.
FILM Comedy western
I starring Glenn Ford Stella Stevens
During the American Civil War a company of useless misfits is sent west out of harm's way, only to end up in a hotbed of enemy activity.
Director George Marshall ● FILMS: pages 51-60
Captain Jared Heath:
Col Claude Brackenby:
The careers of film producer Ismail Merchant, currently enjoying critical acclaim and box office success with his latest film Howards End, and writer Nirad Chaudhiri , 95 on Monday, are celebrated in today's programme. Plus a look at the way in which Bombay designer Krishna Mehta has returned to tradition for her new exotic menswear collection.
Fifth of a 13-part Asian drama. The girls move to Karachi to share Aani's flat. In Urdu with English subtitles.
Written by Hasina Moeen
Starring Humphrey Bogart Edward G Robinson
Disillusioned Second World War veteran Frank McCloud arrives at a remote hotel on the Florida Keys to find it under the control of mobster Johnny Rocco and his gang. A hurricane approaches, tensions mount and McCloud is faced with an agonising decision: to make a stand against Rocco and all the evil he stands for, or back down at the moment of truth.
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UK Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Steve Davis and Stephen Hendry are due in action this afternoon, on separate tables, beginning their bids for quarter-final places. Introduced by David Vine.
Tomorrow sees the start of the 1992 Lombard RAC Rally.
More than 160 cars will set off from Chester on a gruelling 1500-mile tour through the forests of England, Wales and Scotland. The finish is on Wednesday evening.
Top Gear interviews the leading drivers, looks at the more unusual entries and goes behind the scenes with the rally rescue crews.
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A report on the work of the House of Commons Select
Committees as they put the Government under scrutiny. Presented by Nicholas Jones. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bernard Davey
Crossing the Line. Michael Palin has a troubled journey through Ethiopia, but the mood relaxes at the Kenyan border. ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Carl Nielsen - a Life in Six Symphonies
Conductor Simon Rattle and Nielsen authority Robert Simpson present a musical portrait of Denmark's greatest composer. It coincides with a major Scandinavian arts festival at London's Barbican
Centre, in which all Nielsen's symphonies are being performed by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. This programme places excerpts from the six symphonies, performed by the CBSO in Birmingham's
Symphony Hall, in the context of the composer's life, developing style and influence. Director Barrie Gavin
(Rattle and the CBSO perform Nielsen Symphonies Nos 5 and 6 in a concert on Thursday at 7.30pm on Radio 3) e STEREO
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The topical comedy quiz show. e STEREO
This season of studio dramas continues with Henrik Ibsen 's classic play directed by David Thacker , artistic director of London's Young Vic. Among a distinguished cast it features Truly Madly Deeply star Juliet Stevenson and Trevor Eve
Nora, tired of being patronised and casually discounted by her husband, rebels against him and by doing so discovers a whole new personality within herself.
English translation Joan Tindale Producer Simon Curtis
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Continuing the French Classic Cinema season, Louis Malle's powerful film about France under the German occupation abandons the tradition of heroic resistance for a more truthful picture.
A 17-year-old peasant, anxious to be part of the post-D-day "action", offers his services to the maquis. Rebuffed, he joins the Gestapo instead. In French with English subtitles.
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The American comedy show tonight features film actor Joe Pesci , star of Public Eye.