6.45 Einstein's Theory
7.10 Modelling Planetary Motion 5832282 7.35 Materials: Given Enough Rope
Note: repeats are not indicated.
The Economics Collection
Changing Places. Three examples of relocation.
Series for infants. The children visit the optician.
A five-part adventure serial in French, by Christopher Russell and Jane Cottave.
Mr Boom hears about a cat that copies animal noises.
To the Light (part 5). Rob and Lisa are rescued.
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television.
Children look into plans to expand their towns.
The team are invited to a barmitzvah party.
A look at Cold War hostility between the USSR and the west.
Britain needs trees, but is it environmentally unsound to plant them on peatland?
Craig Charles talks to young people about careers.
A series on the secret of small-business success.
How successful companies build a winning workforce. A Diverse production for BBCtv
Featuring a shadow puppet story set in Java.
Followed by You and Me
Highlights of Sunday's Grand
Prix from Monte Carlo.
Disneyworld in Florida.
Followed by Westminster Live
Coverage of Prime Minister's questions.
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
I Comedy starring I John Wayne
Duke is a rodeo performer who loves his horse better than anything else, until he falls into the lap of Mollie, a city slicker from New York. Charles Winninger WACO
Director William Seiter
SEE FILMS pages 63-72
Bryan McNerney reflects on Pendennis Castle.
Magazine programme for people with disabilities. With sign language interpretation.
Western starring Kenny Rogers
An ex-rodeo rider looking for a way out of his mundane existence signs up for a wild mustang round-up.
Director Dick Lowry 58JJ4 SEE FILMS page 63-72
The Pros and the CoMs
Strangeways Prison, wrecked byriotinginl990,hasbeen rebuilt and is ready for business. But who wi)I run it, the present staff or a private contractor? This report profiles three of the competitors and examines their ambitious new approaches to prison management from the point of view of the people who live and work in jail.
Producer James Reed
Stereo SuMt !ed
Series on the history of maps.
"Big arrows, small maps, that's the way to kill the chaps" - maps have long been a precarious guide through the fog of war. Richard Holmes explores the First World War killing fields of Cambrai through maps made on the days of battle.
Italian style meets American muscle in the brutal shape of the De Tomaso Pantera. But can this 20-year-old design still hack it in today's cut-throat supercar marketplace? Producer JonBenMey
Executive producer Dennts Adams
CAR UNES: test details on 0891- (caffs 36p per m!n cheap. 48p at other tfmes)
Last in a series of Sims starring the Comic Strip regulars.
Jealousy. John should have the perfect )ife - a beautiful wife, a desirable house, a job in computing. But, believing his wife to be unfaithful, he is driven to spying and adopts ludicrous disguises. D!rector Robbie Cottrane Producer Lolly Kimpton
A Comic Strip production for BBCtv
Documentary stories from unfamiliar cultures.
Boys from Brazil. Over the past ten years something strange has been happening on the midnight streets of many Mediterranean cities. Local prostitutes have been ousted by "travestis" - illegal Brazilian immigrants. They are neither men nor women, but both - men with implants and hormone treatments, breasts and male genitals.
Director John-Paul Davidson
Series editors Alan Bookbinder, Bill Hilary
Beigels Already. A celebration of that special ro'1-with-a-hole. Execut!ve producer Sam Organ
With Francine Stock.
Weekend viewing from the OU.
A look at how a doctor's bias can affect their assessment of a patient's chances. 84983J2