7.05 Maths: Catastrophe Theory 5788417 7.30 The Sale of Awacs to Saudi Arabia 9222504 7.55 Images: the Third Dimension
5019981 8.20 Biology: the Breath ofLife 1785610 8.45Arts
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10.00 Scenesfrom "Dr Faustus" by Christopher Marlowe (part 2)
4729271 10.25 Computing: On the Right Track 5830233 10.50
Women's Studies: the Body Social 8692405 11. 15 Information
Technology: What's in Store?
5042928 11.40 TheDeveloping World: Out of Development?
256509712.05 Exams: a Curious
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Field? 49845707 2.35 Psychology: Personnel Selection
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy make a song and dance out of trying to deliver a piano, in this Academy Award-winning short.
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On 2 June 1953 at
Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in a ceremony dating back centuries. This film record of the historic event, narrated by Sir Laurence Olivier , captures the pomp and splendour of the occasion. Producer Castleton Knight
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The second in a two-part programme about the horticultural event of the year, which finished yesterday.
Alan Titchmarsh and Anne Gregg look back at exhibits from the show before the final bell turned what had been an elegant amble into a mad scramble. A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
The Late Show highlights.
A report on the parliamentary select committees. Editor Matthew Morris
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Music shows from the archives.
Lulu's Back in Town
The Scottish songstress of the 60s skips back into the limelight. Her guests are the Everly Brothers and Les Dawson. ProducerJohnAmmonds
Concluding part of Roy Hattersley 's account of the Labour Party's fortunes.
The Long Retreat. Can Labour ever win again?
Director David WRolfe
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the first ascent of the world's highest mountain, this documentary looks at the history of attempts to climb Everest, using interviews, analysis and archive footage to paint seven short, vivid portraits of its place in our national culture. In 1953 the conquest of Everest seemed a potent symbol for all that was great about Britain. Since then, it has seen heroism, tragedy, nationalistic competition and ecological nightmare. Producer Jenny Abbott
Executive producers John-Paul Davidson and Mark Harrison
Journalists Alan Coren and John Simpson are this week's guests.
Edgar Reitz 's epic 13-part film. 7: Christmas Wolves, Clarissa 1963. Schniisschen moves into
Hermann's life; Stefan tries to seduce Helga. Meanwhile, Clarissa faces a Christmas surrounded by happy families. In German with English subtitles.
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The second part of Edward Bond 's specially written three-part play for television, starring Bernard Hill
After murdering his daughter, Mike faces a life in prison. The final part can be seen tomorrow at 11.30pm. (For cast see Sunday)
Sidney Lumet's acclaimed film debut set in a New York courtroom.
Starring Henry Fonda
The jury is retiring to consider its verdict in a murder trial. The evidence points one way, and the weather is hot. But a boy's life depends on their decision. With Lee J Cobb, Ed Begley, E.G. Marshall, Jack Klugman, Jack Warden, Martin Balsam, John Fielder, Edward Binns, Joseph Sweeney, George Voskovek and Robert Webber.
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