9.10 Voyages of Discovery
9.35 The Planet Earth: a Scientific Model
10.00 Maths Methods: Ill-conditioning
10.25 Urban Habitats
10.50 The Encyclopaedie: the great 18th-century French encyclopaedia was based on a vision of a rational society served by science and technology
11.15 Oceanography: Understanding the Oceans
12.05 Venice and Antwerp (1): the Cities Compared
12.30 The Question of Sovereignty
1.20 Climates of Opinion: Living with Technology - examining media coverage of global warming
2.10 Psychology: Personnel Selection
2.35 Kedleston Hall: an explanation of one of Robert Adam's greatest designs
Radio Watchers. Patrick Moore visits the world's most powerful radio observatories and talks to the astronomers who make the radio pictures.
Powerful family drama starring
Captain Wade Hunnicutt is a renowned hunter, of women as well as animals, who is loathed by his beautiful wife. She maintains their charade of a marriage only to protect their son. But as the boy reaches maturity, the secrets of Wade's notorious past threaten to divide the family still further.
Director Vincente Minnelli
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Dr Reuben Carson:
Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show.
A report on the latest work of the House of Commons Select
Editor Geoffrey Sumner
With Chris Lowe.
Weather John Kettley
Vintage rock, pop and soul from the BBC archives.
Free to Be Me. A look at the "heavy" music of the early 70s. With performances from Free, Deep Purple, Jethro Tull , Yes, Focus, Captain Beefheart, the Sensational Alex Harvey Band and Dr Feelgood. Producer Jeannie Clark
Series producer David Jeffcock
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Feature-length documentaries by independent film-makers. Bitter Thorns. The poise and dignity of the Ismael family from Eritrea have haunted film-maker Nick Gifford since he filmed their arrival at
Wadsharifi refugee camp in the Sudan three years ago. "Seeing them by chance, sick and bemused after fleeing for six nights from the war and drought in neighbouring Eritrea," he recalls, "I wondered what camp life would do to a man and his family." His film follows this refugee family from their arrival in camp to their return to Eritrea three years later.
Director Nick Gifford
The weekly cinema night takes a look at Robert Redford's new movie A River Runs through It, and talks to Redford and directors Kathryn Bigelow
(Point Break) and Alan Rudolph (whose The Moderns is being shown at 10.10pm) about composer Mark Isham 's film scoring and the rhythm that runs through it. And
Neil Jordan (The CryingGame), Paul (Basic Instinct)
Verhoeven and Jaco Von
Dormael (Toto the Hero) pay tribute to the formative influence of Hitchcock's masterpiece, Vertigo (being shownat 12.10am). Presented by Howard Schuman. Series producer Saskia Baron Series editor Paul Kerr
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv (Robert Redford talks to Barry Norman in Film 93 Special on Monday at 10.1 0pm)
Moving Pictures presents this evocation of the artistic life of 1920s Paris, with music by Mark Isham , and starring Keith Carradine Linda Fiorentino
A struggling American artist flirts with his ex-wife under the nose of her husband and becomes involved in a forgery racket.
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Nathalie de Ville:
Moving Pictures film is
Alfred Hitchcock 's classic psychological thriller, starring James Stewart , Kim Novak A San Francisco detective resigns when his fear of heights leads to the death of a colleague. But he accepts a commission to trail the suicidal wife of an old friend, only to find himself falling in love with her.
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