Arts: Composerand Audience
Celebrating the design of Alfa Romeo cars. Rpt
The late Dora Russell talked to
Bel Mooney about her work as a campaigner for women's rights and world peace.
Charismatic financier Horace
Vendig claws his way to power alienating his family and friends on the way. Now he has one last chance of a new life - if only he can escape his past.
Director Edgar GUImer
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Martha Burnside/Mallory Flagg:
Sentimental tale starring Martha Scott.
A much-loved school teacher looks back on her life and achievements - but success has also meant personal sacrifice.
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A visit to the state dining room at Goodwood House, where Arthur enjoys a special breakfast prepared by chef
Paul Heiney tries hairdressing.
John Craven with the latest countryside stories.
Followed by I Could Do That
The work of model maker
2.30 Fairview New Homes
Novices' Steeplechase (3m 1/2 f)
3.05 Bollinger Champagne
Novices' Steeplechase (2m 31/2 f)
3.35 Trillium Hurdle Race Handicap (2m 1/2 f)
Plus highlights of last Saturday's Martell Grand National.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman.
Introduced by Julian Wilson. Producer Wendy Sheppard
Including at 2.55pm
News (Subtitled) and Weather
Regional News; Weather
Classic science-fiction based on the story by HG Wells starring Claude Rains
The mysterious conduct of the stranger in the little English village of Iping baffles everyone. His head is wound in bandages, he wears dark glasses and is very secretive.
Director James Whale
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The Invisible Man:
Chief of Detectives:
Following a fossil-hunting expedition in the Gobi Desert.
Cult 60s space series. The Changeling. The
Enterprise encounters a computer space probe which has transformed itself into an exterminator of "imperfect biological specimens".
A year on from the LA riots, in the last of the series, Reportage looks at violence and crime in the USA and asks whether we are witnessing the death of the American Dream.
Series producer Jane Knowles Executive producer Tony Moss
Holy Week programmes which explore the Passion through art. The Agony in the Garden. The solitary anguish Christ underwent in the Garden of Gethsemane is one of the Passion's bleakest episodes.
How successfully have paintings managed to communicate the agony of doubt or the universality of the theme?
Battle of the Bombers. Fifty years ago Bomber Command launched a massive campaign against Nazi Germany - the Battle of the Ruhr. In this special edition
Jonathan Dimbleby explores the military and moral issues posed by a form of warfare which, since the end of the war, has become a matter of great contention. Was Britain's area-bombing campaign a necessary strategy to defeat Hitler or was it a war crime? The film revisits the industrial city of Essen to hear from Germans who endured the unceasing night-time campaign and, in the studio, Dimbleby questions RAF veterans, victims of the bombing, military historians and those recently involved in policy-making. Producer Helen Bettinson
Editor Laurence Rees
The Trial of Henry Blake Henry is called to Seoul to determine his fitness as a commanding officer.
Third in the four-part comedy drama adapted by Deborah Moggach from Anne Fine 's novel about a one-parent family. Starring Alun Armstrong Lesley Manville
Gerald offends Kitty just when she is beginning to trust him.
But when things go wrong, she is glad to have him around.
Producer Georgina Abrahams Director Carol Wiseman
A Friday production for BBCtv
Comedy series written by Norman Lovett and Ian Pattison.
Baldy. Featuring Duncan Goodhew as himself.
With Sara Corper , Dicken Ashworth and the voices of Geoffrey Hughes , Leon Sinden and Mary Riggans. Director Ron Bain
Producer Colin Gilbert
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine.
Angus Calder examines how
England and Englishness were portrayed in the 1930s.