6.40 Pure Maths: Matrix Algebra
4896029 7.05 Education and Society: Anti-Racist Maths
7.30 Databases: Miles of Aisles
7557346 7.55 Venice and Antwerp: Forms of Religion 5007433 8.20 Parents and School: a Danish Approach 4404891 8.45 Open Forum
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. Phone in on 081.[number removed]for achance to play Maggot Moments.
Last in the animated drama.
Weasel gets a taste for alcohol.
A serial in 13 episodes, from a story by Joan Eadington.
1: Jonny dreams of rabbits and gingerbread men, and getting into Miss Broom's good books. Written by Valerie Georgeson
The loveable Rugrats are a group of babies who see the world from their own perspective, the rug. Led by chief Tommy Pickles they discover magic adventures in everyday situations.
Another chance to see this first nine-part series, originally shown in 1978. l:Tucker Jenkins doesn't want to wear a tie, Benny Green hasn't got a uniform and Ann Wilson is late for her first day. Rpt Subtitled
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Fast-moving music magazine.
The Cham Cham. Lady Penelope and Tin Tin investigate a cabaret act.
After more than years in suspended animation, a scientist wakes up to find a mutant master race planning to take over the world. With Alex Cord, Mariette Hartley , Ted Cassidy and Percy Rodriguez. Director John Llewellyn Moxey
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The south east region's political review presented by Laurie Mayer.
(The Journey to Rheims) Claudio Abbado conducts
Rossini's long-lost opera in a performance from the Vienna State Opera. It was composed in 1825 for the coronation of the French King Charles X at Rheims Cathedral. Ironically the "journey" never takes place, since all the horses are being used for the coronation. Instead the would-be travellers perform dances and songs from their native countries.
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
TV director Brian Large
Conte di Libenskof:
Barone di Trombomok:
Highlights from this weekend's important matches which will help resolve promotion and relegation issues in the Courage Clubs championship. Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Treasure of the Andes. The four South American humpless camels - guanacos, vicunas, llamas and alpacas - live in the icy peaks of the high Andes and the dramatic Torres del Paine National Park in southern Chile. Here they have provided local Indians with life's basic necessities for over 4,000 years.
Series editor John Sparks
A Bellamy production for BBCtv
Highlights of this afternoon's second FA Cup semi-final, plus action from yesterday's semi-final between the Sheffield clubs.
The Demon in the Class
Stories from the last Victorians and the first Edwardians telling of rampant alcoholism in Britain before the First World War; of a time when the pubs never closed; of the need for booze in the trenches of France; and of the early temperance movement. Producer Clara Glynn
Executive producer Ann Paul
Intriguing tales behind important works of art.
Dealing in Dirt. Masaccio's Trinitd, a masterpiece of Renaissance fresco painting, is in danger from pollution and over-zealous conservation. Could high-tech cleaning do irreparable damage?
Director Christopher Rawlence Producer DebraHauer
A Hauer Rawience production for BBCtv
AllorNothing. This profile of the Scottish singer/songwriter follows her from her childhood in Glasgow, charting her success with the band
Fairground Attraction, and featuring live concert footage. Producer May Miller
Director Andrea M Miller
Jeremy Paxman and guests look back at the week's television.
Editor Anne Tyerman
The Commitments author
Roddy Doyle has adapted this, the second of his Barry town trilogy, for the last of the current Screen Two season. A new BBC film shot entirely on location in Dublin, it is directed by Stephen Frears (whose credits include My Beautiful Laundrette and Dangerous Liaisons) and explores the emotional complexities and absurdities of family through humour. It stars Tina Kellegher Colm Meaney
When a 20-year-old check-out girl unexpectedly becomes pregnant, her relationships with her family and the community change.
Producer Lynda Miles
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Western starring Warren Oates
Fabio Testi , Jenny Agutter China, Texas, the 1880s: a condemned gunfighter is offered a reprieve if he disposes of a farmer whose house stands in the way of a new railroad.
Director Monte Hellman
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