6.45 Maths Models and Methods: the Examination
9746913 7.10Probability: FindingOne's Bearings
6878371 7.35 Maths: Algebra
Removing chewing gum from a rug.
The 25th anniversary celebration of the Reading
Schools Music Festival.
9.30 Inside English
10.00 Look and Read
10.20 Around Scotland: Clearances
10.40 Over the Moon
10.55 Science Challenge
11.15 English Express
11.35 Seeing through Science
12.00 English File: New Approaches
12.30 Scene: the Soldier
1.00 Short Circuit
1 35 PC Pinkerton
1.40 English Time
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Last in the series previewing OU programmes.
Planting bulbs for spring.
The work of a glass engraver.
Followed by The Candid Image of Dr Erich Solomon
The founder of the candid camera technique.
3.50 News and Weather
Regional News; Weather
Genevieve Picot John Walton
In 1920s Sydney, lingerie fashions were changing as fast as attitudes towards women. Director David Stevens (1983)
FILM REVIEWS pages 67-74
Enter the puppet world of the Mysterons from Mars, of Spectrum, the agency charged with saving Earth from invasion, of the sinister Captain Black, and of the indestructible Captain Scarlet.
Just as Thunderbirds and Stingray, other 1960s creations of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, have been introduced to a new, young public by recent BBC2 screenings, so Captain Scarlet awaits a fresh audience, as well as thirtysomethings anxious to feast on nostalgia. In this first episode, the Mysterons take over the mind and body of Captain Black.
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Napoleon is sent on a mission to save the Louvre. Subtitled
The Pet Shop Boys - Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant - talk to Andi Peters about their new album, "Very".
Presented by David Rose of The Observer.
South Africa: an Indian
Experience. As South Africa moves towards democracy, its one-million strong Indian community fears for its future. The second of these two films examines why they are easy targets in the turmoil. Producer Faran Durrani
Series prod ucerCharles Bruce A Saturn production for BBCtv
US-born Nancy Lancaster is the subject of the second programme in this series. Now 95, she has cherished her glorious garden at Great Hasely, Oxfordshire, for 40 years. Famous for her influence on British interior design, she was one of the original pioneers of English country-house style and the first person to put carpets in bathrooms - a reaction to her dismay at the draughty discomfort of grand English houses in the 1920s. In this first television interview (she has refused past requests) she expresses her frustration as a wheelchair- user at no longer being able to "get her hands in the dirt".
Director Ann Lalic
Producers Penny Forster and Ann Lalic A PM production for BBCtv
Another chance to go behind the scenes of the fashion world. Today: marketing techniques. Directed and produced by Gina Newson and Jeremy Newson
A Freelance Film Partners production forBBCtv Rpt
Avec la garde montante from Bizet's Carmen in a film directed by Christophe Vallaux and Pascal Roulin , and Jonathan Hills 's film of Un bel di vedremo from Puccini's
Madam Butterfly. Stereo
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KYTV's documentary team goes to Gravesend to live with an ordinary family for a year.
Written by Angus Deayton and Geoffrey Perkins Director John Stroud ; Producer Jamie Rix
Presented by Sue Cameron.
Frankie Howerd joins David Frost and the regular team of the 60s satirical show.
Onginal producer Ned Sherrin
Compiled by Franny Moyle 8/W
Stevie Wonder: Inner Visions
An intimate portrait of the star made during his 1980 US tour. Executive producer Leslie Megahey
Director Ted Clisby Rpt