6.15 Film as Evidence: Poverty in the 30s 7227676 6.40 Pure
Maths: Orthogonal Bases
7.05 Geology: Britain Before Man 3885795 7.30 Asian Families,
Western Culture 7984608 7.55 Technology: Eurekaargh! (part 2) 8927462 8.20 Shakespeare's
"Henry IV" in Rehearsal
8.45 Leamingfor All: Underthe WalnutTree
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. Phone in on [number removed]for a chance to play Maggot Moments.
Christopher Crocodile Animation.
A 13-part animation.
10: A busy motorway halts the animals' progress.
Fantasy adventure game with Michael Troughton and Tracy-Jane White.
Cartoon. Zach tries to retrieve a famous gem.
A six-part drama series by Russell TDavies.
4: Ben is forced to use his powers one last time
Fast-moving music magazine.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
South African Grand Prix
The 1993 Formula 1 season gets underway with the South African Grand Prix from
Kyalami. Most eyes here will be focussed on the performance of the two new Williams team drivers - Alain Prost , three-times world champion and successor to Nigel Mansell , and Britain's Damon Hill , son of the legendary Graham Hill. Prost's title challenge is expected to be pushed all the way by Ayrton Senna , driving for McLaren. Spearheading the Benetton challenge is young
German Michael Schumacher.
Commentary by Murray Walker , James Hunt and Jonathan Palmer. (Sunday Grandstand continues at 2.30pm. Race highlights in Grand Prix at 8.35pm)
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The south east region's political review with Laurie Mayer. Plus reports from Tim Friend and Philippa Thomas.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
3.25 Ice Skating; 4.35 Ski-ing
Highlights of the second day's competition at the World Indoor Championships in Toronto, including the men's 1500m final. Commentary
David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster. (Further coverage at 6. Opm)
A review of the best moments from the World Championships in Prague, plus the colourful closing ceremony.
Women's World Cup downhill from Lillehammer.
Commentary by Julian Tutt.
Plus reaction to today's South
African Grand Prix.
Featuring Bath V Wasps, the match that could decide the winner of this year's Courage Club championship. Plus promotion and relegation news. Commentary Nigel Starmer -
Smith. Introduced by Chris Rea. Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
IAAF World Indoor
Championships from Toronto. Highlights of the third and final day of competition, including at
6.15pm live coverage of Britain's Colin Jackson attempting to win gold in the 60m hurdles. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
Introduced by Steve Rider with Brendan Foster.
(Further coverage at 7.55pm)
Ibera - the Land of Shining Water. Argentina's sub-tropical swamp of Ibera is one of South America's great wetlands. The size of East
Anglia, this lush wilderness is inhabited by some special creatures - giant rodents the size of pigs and alligators with a taste for piranha. People also make a living here. Hunters, who once slaughtered creatures for their valuable skins, now show tourists around this watery paradise. Narrated by John Waters. Series editor John Sparks
A John Waters production for BBCtv
Britain's welfare state was conceived 50 years ago, but can the Government still afford to support its citizens from the cradle to the grave? Rory Cellan-Jones reports. Producer Rosamund Jones
Editor Jane Ellison
The concluding events in the IAAF World Indoor
Championships with medals decided in the men's and women's 200, 400 and 800m, men's 3,000m and high jump, and women's 1500m.
Athletics television presentation: Producer Martin Webster
Editor Dave Gordon
Highlights of the opening race in the 1993 Formula One season from Kyalami.
Jeremy Paxman and guests look back at the week's television.
Another chance to see this BBC film, first shown last April, that has been nominated for three Oscars and has already won two Golden Globe awards. It stars
1920s: four women become unlikely companions when they rent a small castle in Italy. The magic of the place works on them all in unexpected ways. This romantic comedy is adapted by Peter Bames from the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim
and features music by Richard Rodney Bennett.
Producer Ann Scott Director Mike Newell
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Lady Caroline Dester:
Dan Aykroyd is the Emmy Award-winning comedy writer's guest.
Offbeat Western directed by and starring Peter Fonda
Three saddle tramps run into trouble on the way to California when they stop at a small New Mexico village.
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