6.45 Maths Methods: Linear Equations 4851956 7.10 Data
Models and Databases: Miles of Aisles 6308043 7.35 Maths: "Real" Exponential Functions
The last film of the trilogy, written, produced and directed by Marcel Pagnol.
Fanny's son, now a grown man, learns the truth about his real father. He sets out on a quest to find Marius and reunite his parents. Cesar faces old age. In French with English subtitles. (For cast see Wednesday at 9.00am)
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- Melodrama starring
Margo Walter Abel
The moving story of a couple whose unhappy lives change when the woman Maria, a cabaret dancer, finds an abandoned baby. Maria Porter. ................. MARGO
Director Steve Sekely
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Sade Coochie Blake:
This National Geographic
Society film explores Australia, which 50 million years ago broke away from the landmass of Antarctica to become the largest island and smallest continent. In isolation, unique animal life developed. The camera peers into a mysterious world of lyrebirds, wombats, kangaroos, koalas, flying possums, fearsome lizards, vicious Tasmanian Devils and, perhaps oddest of them all, the fur-covered, duck-billed, web-footed platypus.
A preview of Open University programmes.
Second day of the 1993 Martell Grand National Meeting.
2.00 Perrier Jovet Handicap Chase (3m If)
2.35 Mumm Melling Chase (2m 4f) Top Cheltenham contenders are rematched in this Grade 1 event for a E74,000 prize.
3.10 Mumm Mildmay Novice Chase (3m If)
3.45 Martell Foxhunters (2m 6f) The amateur riders' Grand
National, over every one of the big race fences.
4.20 Oddbins Handicap Hurdle (2m 4f)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jim McGrath , John Hanmer , Richard Pitman , Bill Smith and Tracy Piggott.
2.10pm and 3.00pm
News (subtitled) and Weather and at 3.55pm
News (Subtitled) and Weather Regional News; Weather
First shown in the Chronicle series, this programme reports on a unique excavation, in which 1,000 bodies buried as recently as 1800 have been removed from a London crypt. By analysing how and why these people died, dentists, doctors and archaeologists are helping current forensic and medical research, as well as uncovering an extraordinary record of life in early
Including a test drive of Jaguar's new V12 saloon. Stereo 82
CAR LINES: new cartest details on 0[number removed]; second-hand car information on 089 1 -[number removed](calls 36p per minute cheap rate. 48p at other times).
In Search ofTajmanon. Troy and the crew are mystified when an underwater palace disappears.
Starring Robert Vaughn David McCallum
The Sort of Do-It- Yourself
Affair. Napoleon and Illya meet the beautiful THRUSH prototype assassin. She's stronger than King Kong and is bullet-proof.
Continuing the classic four-part story Revelation of the Daleks starring Colin Baker
3: The Doctor returns from the dead
. With Nicola Bryant and Alexei Sayle.
Written by Eric Saward
Producer John Nathan-Turner Director Graeme Harper
With Alan Rusbridger of The Guardian.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Great transport designs.
The Morris Minor. The first
British car to sell a million, there are still 100,000 on the road, even though production ceased in 1971. A variety of owners explain the fascination of this enduring model. Producer Mick Conefrey
Series producer Peter Grimsdale
Geoff Hamilton refurbishes his alpine rock garden at
Barnsdale, Nicolas Wray delves into the development of the daffodil and Richard Mabey looks at the restoration of a historic garden at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
The space-age comedy, written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor, starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles.
The crew discover the evil that lurks in the hearts of men.
A Grant Naylor production for BBCtv
A celebration of the continuing influence of artist Duchamp and crime photographer Weegee, who both died 25 years ago.
Chronicling New York low and high life, Weegee's photographs have often shocked the world. His wife, Wilma Wilcox , talks about the man behind the myth. Director Debbie Geller
In 1917, Marcel Duchamp entered a white porcelain object in a New York exhibition. it was a urinal. Arena unearths the origins of this extraordinary story with an account from
Duchamp's lover of the time, ceramicist Beatrice Wood.
Director Christopher Bruce Series editors Nigel Finch and Anthony Wall
With Francine Stock.
Last in this series of Edgar Reitz 's German saga. His sequel, Coming Home, will be starting soon on BBC2.
The Feast of the Living and the Dead. 1982: Maria's death brings the family together again. In German with English subtitles.
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