6.45 Statistics: Looking at Large Samples 7364155 7.10 The Trial of Socrates 6323567 7.35 The Social Impact of Rapid
John FitzMaurice Mills looks at techniques used by artists through the ages. Rpt
Pathe News this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Comedy starring George Formby
George and his pal Fingers seek out Mary, George's love. But George has a rival.
Director Marcel Varnel (1946)
SEE FILMS pages32 41
Spy drama starring Jean Kent
When a thief boards the Orient Express with a diary containing vital political information, a cat-and-mouse game begins.
Director John Paddy Carstairs (1948)
SEE FILMS pages 32-41
Film about an otter cub by John and Simon King.
A look at the Ramblers'
Association's battle with farmers whose land they crossed on "Forbidden Britain Day" last year.
Through the Mangrove
Marismas. A safari down the Rio San Cristobal to the Pacific.
Followed by I Could Do That
The construction business of Ronald and Stephen Spencer.
The art of printing engravings and etchings. Rpt
Followed by Thora on the Straight and Narrow
(Shown yesterday at 6.25pm on BBC
Regional News; Weather
The life of Japanese calligraphy teacher Umeko Masumoto from 1986 to her 100th birthday party in 1992.
Eamonn Holmes reports on an activity holiday for children at Boreatton Park, Shropshire.
Quiz show based on news events. With Andrew Rawnsley. A Mentorn production for BBCtv
The beauty and diversity of bamboos cultivated in Norfolk, an Olympic-size floral bedding scheme in Manchester and a wealth of design ideas in Surrey are among the topics covered by Geoff Hamilton and Liz Rigbey.
Western starring John Payne
Following a quarrel, brothers Sam and Bill Mayhew find themselves on opposite sides in a feud over the establishment of a stagecoach line. One becomes a partner of the owner and the other a hired gunman.
Director Joseph Kane (1955)
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Irish writer Shane Connaughton (My Left Foot, ThePlayboys) revists the small border village of Redhills, Co Cavan, where he grew up. This secluded wilderness has hardly changed since the 50s and half a mile away lies the no man's land of the border, partitioning rivers and fields, minds and hearts, just as it did some 40 years ago. Director/Producer Tony McAutey
Series of films on British culture and identity, viewed from a black perspective. The Colour of Love
All his life, David Upshal has faced other people's curiosity, hostility, even abuse. Why? Because he has an English mother and Nigerian father. In Britain mixed-race relationships - and the children they provide - continue to grow, provoking concern from black and white alike. Yet David feels his diverse origins have made him stronger and surer of who he is.
Director/ProducerSalim TahirSalam A Salamander production for BBCtv
Drama starring George C Scott
Retired judge Evan Granger is confronted with a moral dilemma when his teenage daughter and his young second wife both become pregnant. On the one hand he believes abortion to be wrong, on the other, he's firmly against having any more children of his own.
Director David Lowell Rich (1986)
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Good Morning, Calais, last year's Silver Rose Comedy Award-winner at Montreux, starts a rerun of the second series, written and performed by Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins.
Uncovering the truth about the new Europe with them are
Helen Atkinson Wood , Michael Fenton Stevens , Philip Pope and Zeh Prado.
Director John Kilby ; Producer Jamie Rix
Presented by Sue Cameron.
How colour has been influenced by Sir Isaac Newton , Picasso, women's fashion, and various types of battledress.
Producer Henry Colomer
As the voluntary sector has grown in the last decade, so has competition for funds. Which organisations are most likely to survive?