8.15 Science: Voyages of Discovery
8.40 Industrial Democracy
1468588 9.05 Dimanche en
Anjou 5170217 9.30 Becoming a Student
Jimmie Macgregor continues his travels. Rpt
Drama series set in Pakistan. In Urdu with English subtitles.
Asian arts and entertainment
Historical drama series about the life of Vishnu-Gupta. In Hindi with English subtitles.
Continuing the season of double bills by renowned directors is Douglas Sirk 's war drama, based on a true story, starring Rock Hudson
A military chaplain based in South Korea finds a derelict temple nearby and transforms it into an orphanage. (1957)
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En Soon Yang:
Sir Kenneth Clark explores the aspirations and achievements of the gothic world, on a journey from a castle on the river Loire in France to the cathedral baptistry at Pisa in Italy.
Romantic drama starring
While on vacation in Munich, Helen Banning falls in love with the formidable conductor Tonio Fischer. On discovering that he is married she leaves him, but they are fated to meet again.
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Dr Morley Dwyer:
Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading.
Introduced by David Vine.
A Grand Slam Sports production for BBCtv
Semi-final action in the Autoglass Classic women's tournament from the Brighton Centre. Commentary by David Mercer and Virginia Wade.
(Final tomorrow at 11.15pm on BBC1)
Anne Perkins investigates the influential parliamentary committees.
Editor James Leaton Gray
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Further coverage of the Grand Prix tournament. Stereo
A week of diverse programmes examining the Margaret Thatcher legacy begins with this chronicle of her "rock'n'roll years".
The music of her decade in power forms the soundtrack to a rich seam of archive film that includes landmark events in the news, sport, television and cinema - the Kings Cross fire, the end of the Cold War, the sinking of the Herald of Free Enterprise, the Tiananmen
Square massacre, the storms of 1987, the falling of the Berlin
Wall, and the famine in Ethiopia which spawned Live Aid and 'Feed the World'. Clips of the Prime Minister in action include some previously unseen on television, and chart her rise, her rule and her fall.
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Further coverage from the Hexagon. Stereo
Last in the series. Tonight,
Enrico Pascanini invites you to hear Noi Siamo Zingarelle from Verdi's La Traviataand The Flower Duet from
Producers Sarah, Sue and Tess Mallinson
Final part. Martha and Hannah, seeking sanctuary from their cruel fathers, find themselves ensnared in the fate of John Wroe.
Written by Jane Rogers
Producer John Chapman : Director Danny Boyle
Last in the series. Ice- Cream Justice
Thorn Campbell was convicted in 1984 forsix murders during the so-called "ice-cream wars' in Glasgow. Consistently protesting his innocence, he campaigned for a re-trial, going on hunger strike five times. After beatings by prison officers while he was in solitary confinement, he successfully took the authorities to the European Court. Finally, he was moved to Barlinnie Prison Special Unit. He and wife Liz have made this diary offering insights into life in the unit and their struggle for family unity. Producer Karen Hamilton
Series producer Bob Long