6.45 Maths Models and Methods: The Examination 2893348 7.10 The History of Mathematics:
Geometry 7318232 7.35 Maths: Complex Numbers
To the Light (part 5). Rob and Lisa are rescued.
Recipes from Food and Drink.
Today: soups. Rpt
Helmsley, North Yorkshire.
Melodrama about a happily-married executive who finds his contented lifestyle threatened by an old friend.
Director Robert Stevenson (1950)
After wrecking a carnival with their high-wire act, two musicians escape the owner's wrath by stowing away on an ocean liner.
Director Norman Z McLeod (1947)
SEE FILMS pages 24-28
Hot Lips Barton:
Lucia Maria deAndrade:
A policeman desperate to make an arrest bribes two tramps to break into a house.
Director James Parrott 1930) B/W
And at 12. 10pm Dirty Work
Stan and Ollie get in a mess on a "simple" chimney-sweeping job. Director Lloyd French (1933)
SEE FILMS pages 24-28
Last in the series.
People of the Palace. The world of Parliament's back-up staff.
Followed by Jumpcuts
Novelist Frederic Raphael on John Constable 's painting
The Hay Wain. Rpt
2.40 Newbury Racecourse Chiropractic Clinic Handicap Stakes (abt 1 ¼m)
3. 10 Gardner Merchant
Hungerford Stakes (abt 7f 64yds)
3.40 Washington SingerStakes (7f straight)
4.10 KD Marketing Sellmore Maiden Fillies Stakes (abt 6f)
Introduced by Julian Wilson. Producer Malcolm Kemp
3.00pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Sporting comedy starring Jerry Lewis Dean Martin
Harvey Miller gets nervous when he plays golf in public. So he coaches his pal Joe, while standing in as his caddy.
Director Norman Taurog (1953)
SEE FILMS pages24 28
Western starring Audie Murphy Crown City is a played-out mining town. Across the river, there lies a vast reserve of gold - but it is situated in Indian territory.
Director Nathan Juran (1954) SEE FILMS pages 24-28
Carried Away. Animation from the National Film Board of Canada.
Gil and family find a raccoon under the sink. With Ed Begley.
A weekly review and analysis of the national press.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Series investigating issues of particular significance to the black community in Britain. Bad Behaviour
More and more children are being excluded from school, some of them permanently. But the problem is particularly bad among African-Caribbean children - schools are excluding four times as many black pupils as the rest. Is the education of African-Caribbean students being compromised as schools fight to compete for a good position in the government's league tables? Producer Colette Casey
Series producer Charles Bruce
In her own Jurassic park in Surrey, Liz Rigbey uncovers some of the world's oldest plants; Nick Wray looks at plants that can be grown in the unlikeliest of places; and Lynda Brown harvests the rewards from her cooks' garden.
Introduced by Geoff Hamilton. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer TonyLaryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
From the third series in 1986, classic comedy with Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones. Producer John Kilby
How everyday surroundings furnish a landscape of the mind. The Window. A gap in the protective wall, the window allows light to penetrate, but is also the voyeur's ally. The film includes clips from
David Lean 's Great Expectations, Mumau's Nosferatu,
Kieslowski's A Short Film
About Love, Patrice Leconte 's Monsieur Hire and Michael Powell 's Peeping Tom. Director/Producer Mark Kidel
AThird Eye production for BBCtv
(The Window is screened at 11.20pm)
Last in the series in which a panel of comedians answer your questions. With Jimmy Mulville. Director John F D Northover Producer Dan Patterson
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
- To accompany tonight's Architecture of the Imagination documentary, a thriller starring Barbara Hale
Tommy cries "wolf" once too often, so when he witnesses a murder no one believes him.
With Arthur Kennedy ,
Bobby Driscoll , Paul Stewart , Ruth Roman. Director Ted Tetzlaff 1949)
8/W SEE FILMS pages 24-28