6.40 Chemistry: Samples for
Analysis 9149888 7.05 Learning and Doing Maths 5604401 7.30 Toulouse: Money and Powerin Provincial France 9155888 7.55 Health Visiting and the Family
5942265 8.20 Biology Form and Function: Nerves 1618994 8.45 Cragside House - from Lodge to Palace 6124420 9.10 Desert Ecology 1045468 9.35 Steels,
Stars and Spectra 2717772 10.00 Discovering 16th-century
Strasbourg 4652555 10.25 Our Health in OurHands
10.50 Kedleston Hall:
Robert Adam 's Greatest Design
11.15ITforYou 8191492 11.40 Sexual Selection: the Courtship of Peacocks 2481081 12.05 Poland: Democracy and Change
7727884 12.30 Managing Schools - MakingTeams Work
1253710 12.55 Modem Art -the Colonial Encounter 1621081 1.20 Curriculum and Learning: Ways with Words 84138081 1.45 LearningforAII: Learningto
Care (Subtitled) 25258197 2.10
Mental Handicap: "No Problem's Too Big" 49761791 2.35
Comedy directed by and starring
When an avaricious showbusiness management team loses its source of income, a famous comedian, it decides to replace him with a fall guy - a patsy. The gauche and clumsy bellboy Stanley is just the man.
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Who will be the first man through to the final?
Introduced by David Vine.
Highlights of the Pilkington Cup final from Twickenham, between Harlequins and Leicester. Both this year's finalists are past winners and, on their last appearance in a final, both lost to Bath - Leicester in 1989 and Harlequins last year with the final kick of extra time.
Commentary by Nigel Starmer -Smith. Introduced by Chris Rea. Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
With Jennie Bond.
Weather Bill Giles
The early frames of the second semi-final, with David Vine.
Now director of the Roy al National Theatre,
Richard Eyre has been responsible for some of the most powerful television drama of the last 15 years. To introduce a season of his plays (which begins with Just a Boy's Game on Wednesday at 9.00pm), he talks to Mark Lawson about his work for television and the ideas which shaped it. Producer David Evans
Editor Janice Hadlow
The comedy quiz show with host Angus Deayton.
Walk on the Wild Side
Continuing the Arena series with the true story behind Lou Reed 's classic rock song that celebrated transvestism.
All the characters named in the song were real people who frequented Andy Warhol 's studio in the late 60s.
Trans-sexual Holly, andjackie and Candy, who were transvestites, starred alongside street hustler
Joe Dallesandro , in the low-budget films Warhol was making at the time. Lou Reed was another regular visitor to the artist's studio and Walk on the Wild
Side is a description of the bizarre and sometimes sordid world inhabited by Warhol's
"superstars". Of those named in the song, only "Holly"
Woodlawn and "Little Joe"
Dallesandro have survived to tell the tale and both are interviewed in the film. An examination of a significant chapter in New York's underground culture, it also includes unseen archive footage of Max's Kansas City, the notorious club made popular by Warhol in the late 60s. Series producer James Marsh
Series editors Nigel Finch , Anthony Wall
Continuing Edgar Reitz 's epic 13-part film cycle.
3: Jealousy and Pride -Evelyne, 1961. Evelyne comes to
Munich to study the oboe and singing, and to find out about her real mother. Her aunt,
Fraulein Cerphal , is not inclined to be hospitable until she hears Evelyne's wonderful voice. In German with English subtitles.
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Conclusion of the second semi-final, with David Vine.