6.40 Chemistry: Molecular Engineers 9714314 7.05 Religion in Ancient Greece
6820734 7.30 Instrumentation in Aeroplanes 6435869 7.55 images and Information
8878686 8.20 The History of Maths: Algebra 2353647 8.45 Culture and Society in Victorian
Britain 1129647 9.10Ecology: Managing Landscape
9.35 Science: the Search forW and 7872043 10.00 Engineering Mechanics:
10.25 Computing: a Look to the Future 5843395 10.50
Evolution of the Horse 11 15 Information Technology:
Contrasts 2972550 11.40 The DevelopingWorld: Lessons from Kerala 4132463 12.05pm Los Angeles: City of the Future?
3244821 12.55 Education: Managing in the Marketplace 3234937 1.20 Advertising:
Whipped into Action 1 45 Brain and Behaviour: Living withTourettes 72423173 2.10 Home Economics in the Curriculum 20316376 2.35The DiscoveryofOxygen
Second World War spy drama. Starring
James Robertson Justice A German spy crosses miles of uncharted desert in an attempt to deliver details of a potentially devastating Allied counter-attack.
Director John Moxey (1960)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-52
Laurence Olivier Sudan 1883: when
British-led troops are massacred by a fanatical religious leader, Prime
Minister Gladstone sends the renowned General
Gordon to supervise the evacuation of Khartoum.
Director Basil Dearden
Col JDH Stewart:
Sir Evelyn Baring:
Compilation of highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show.
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Vintage clips from the Top of the Pops archives, shown as a tribute to the show's disc jockeys. As it happens, guys and gals, this week's selection is presented by Sir James Savile. Performers include Eddy Grant, the Undertones and Joe Jackson. How's about that, then?
"We were dancing under the gallows," says a survivor of Terezin, the walled town north of Prague adapted by the Nazis as a Jewish ghetto, a staging post en route to Auschwitz. Ironically, it was also a place where Jewish art, above all music, could flourish, though suppressed elsewhere. Thus the Nazis could counter rumours of concentration camps and the Holocaust, as when a Red Cross delegation visited Terezin in 1944. Four composers, all to be transported from the town to die, stand out among the many artistic talents of the ghetto: Viktor Ullmann , HansKrasa, Pavel Haas and Gideon Klein.
Tonight's film, shot on location in Terezin and featuring survivors and archive film, introduces tomorrow's BBC2 performance of music (at
9.40pm) from the town and subsequent programmes on Radio 3 duringthe next week.
Producer Simon Broughton
Another chance to see
Andrew Davies 's three-part adaptation of the Booker Prize-winning novel by Sir Kingsley Amis.
2: Television personality and professional Welshman
Alun Weaver , returned to his roots, is fast running out of friends. But his wife Rhiannon soon discovers that she can still make hearts beat faster.
Alun Weaver. JOHNSTRIDE
Peter Thomas. .....JAMES GROUT
Charlie Norris. RAYSMITH
Malcolm Cellan-Davies BERNARD HEPTON
Rhiannon Weaver. .....SHEILAALLEN
GwenCellan-Davies. ANNA CROPPER
Muriel Thomas. ANNESTALLYBRASS
Garth Pumphrey HOWELL EVANS Sophie Norris. ELIZABETH MORGAN Herself. MOLLYPARKIN Producer Adrian Mourby DirectorTnstram Powell
Jane married Steve at the age of 19. Three years later she found herself in New York with two young daughters and a husband addicted to crack cocaine.
She escaped back to England to rebuild her life and now returns to New York to seek a divorce. In the process, she reveals the realities of life on the streets of a city devastated by drugs.
Producer Gabe Solomon
Series producer Bob Long
Historical drama from the Hollywood UK season, set during the Crimean War. Starring Trevor Howard
Vanessa Redgrave John Gielgud
As Britain goes to battle with Russia, a young captain finds himself in a verbal crossfire with the brutal commander of the renowned Light Brigade. With David Hemmings , Harry Andrews and Jill Bennett. Director Tony Richardson (1968)