6.45 Maths Methods: Fourier Analysis 1094942 7.10 Maths: Goodness of Fit 4118123 7.35 Maths: Equivalence Relations
How to clean a glass decanter. With John FitzMaurice Mills.
Alec Clifton-Taylor visits
Lewes in Sussex. Rpt
r Wartime drama starring
Robert Ryan Pat O'Brien
After months of brutal fighting in the jungles of Guadalcanal,
Captain Dan Craig and his men are given leave in Australia.
Craig falls in love but then he's injured in a Japanese air attack. With Ruth Hussey.
Director Harold Schuster (1944)
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Drama starring Lilli Palmer
Tisa, an immigrant girl living in New York at the turn of the century, is desperate to bring her father to America.
Director Elliott Nugent (1948)
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The last in the series looks at housing co-operatives in Liverpool. Rpt
Last in the series. Can we learn anything from arthropods?
The second of two programmes about aviation pioneer
Samuel Franklin Cody.
Cooking with Kurma
In the last in the series, Kurma prepares Middle Eastern entrees.
Followed by Impressions
The Miller. A portrait of Yorkshireman George Leatt , owner of an old water mill.
2.40 Tony Stratton Smith
Memorial Conditions Stakes (5f)
3.10 Starflight Aviation Fillies Conditions Stakes (7f straight)
3.40 Haynes, Hanson and Clark Conditions Stakes (1 m straight)
4.10 Trinifold Silver Clef Handicap Stakes (Ladies Race. IVim). Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson and Tracy Piggott.
Including at 3.00pm
News Subtitled and Weather and at 3.50pm
News Subtitled and Weather Regional News; Weather
Chris Goffey joins a group of steam enthusiasts in Surrey.
Musical comedy starring
On board a luxury cruise liner, a beautiful heiress changes her identity to find a prospective husband who is not just another fortune hunter. The complications that follow point to stormy weather ahead.
Director Lloyd Bacon (1954)
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Including the new Saab 900.
Presented by Joanna Coles of The Guardian.
A Granada production for BBCtv
The final of this prestigious competition will be screened live from Leeds Town Hall over two nights. Of the 88 original entrants from 24 countries just six remain. Tonight and tomorrow each will play a concerto with the City of Birmingham Symphony
Orchestra conducted by Simon Rattle. As always all the results will be decided by an international jury, but this year for the first time viewers will be able to register their own choice.
Introduced by Michael Berkeley , with comment from pianist Paul Crossley. Director Rodney Greenberg
Executive producer Jonathan Fulford
Event sponsored by Harveys of Bristol
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST with Radio 3
In the last programme of the series Geoff Hamilton meets a farm manager who grows remarkable summer bedding. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
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The first in a new season of satellite broadcasts takes a behind-the-scenes look at
KYTV's lavish new costume drama, The Making of David Chizzlenut. Featuring Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins
(who also wrote the script), Helen Atkinson Wood , Michael Fenton
Stevens, Philip Pope , Robin Bailey. Director John Stroud ; Producer Jamie Rix
Presented by Peter Snow.
Nothing like it had ever been seen on television. It was topical, satirical, open-ended and above all irreverent, at a time when establishment figures expected respect from mere broadcasters. TW3 conferred instant stardom on its host David Frost and the rest of its then youthful cast. In tonight's compilation, Bernard Levin delivers his own brand of invective and Millicent Martin sings topical songs, while
Roy Kinnear , Willie Rushton , Lance Percival , Kenneth Cope and David Kernan hone their wit on the week's news.
Original producer Ned Sherrin Compiled by Franny Moyle
Bob Dylan, Jack Kerouac, Bruce Springsteen - just some of those who fell under the spell of Woody Guthrie, the guitar player who discovered America by bumming a ride on a freight train. Driven west from Oklahoma by the poverty that came in the wake of the great duststorms of the 30s he became, like John Steinbeck, a spokesman for the exploited migrant workers of California. Guthrie's most celebrated anthem, This Land Is Your Land, still stands as an ironic retort to God Bless America.
This Arena documentary compares the legend to Woody's own life.