8.15 Venice and Antwerp: Forms of Religion 2076936 8.40
Desert Ecology 3413868 9.05 Creative Management: Strategy ontheScreen 7839139 9.30 Becoming a Student
Jimmie Macgregor walks the Southern Upland Way.
Pakistani drama. In Urdu with English subtitles.
11.05 Network East
Asian arts, film, music and fashion. Stereo
Historical drama. In Hindi with English subtitles.
fhe first of two films by director Michael Curtiz is this boxing drama starring Edward G Robinson Boxing promoter
Nick Donati discovers a potential high-class heavyweight and sets about converting him into a title contender.
Louise Fluff Phillips:
What Price Fleadom and Doggone Tired.
Examining protest and communication, Kenneth Clark explores the Reformation - Luther and Durer's Germany, and Shakespeare's England.
The experiences of a Norfolk couple living in Spain.
Comedy starring William Powell The story of a family living in New York at the end of the 19th century who are ruled over by an irascible patriarch.
Clarence Day Sr:
Rev Dr Lloyd:
Highlights from last week's
The Late Show, Stereo
Exploring life and habitats in the natural world. Rpt
In the last of the series, DJ and author Mike Read raids the pop archives to introduce, among others, the Beat, Madness and the Lambrettas.
Producer Alexis Girardet
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Last of the personal views on three icons of 20th-century
Recalling America in the 1930s. The Road to Rock Bottom As the full force of the Depression struck, the crime rate rose and Americans began to lose faith in the ability of their government to maintain law and order. Hungry farmers marched into small towns demanding food and veterans marched on Washington. ProducerTerry Kay Rockefeller
(The season of films about the Depression continues at 11.40pm with If Had a Million)
In keeping with its reputation as a showcase for "lost masterpieces" (the last two seasons have revived Rodney Ackland's Absolute Hell and Terence Rattigan 's After the Dance) as well as established classics, Performance presents the first production for 60 years of the witty and tragic family drama by Ronald Mackenzie.
Mackenzie, who wrote only three plays before his death in a car accident at the age of 29, was hailed as the most exciting young playwright of his generation. But his work, which has a disturbing bleakness, later became unfashionable.
It is early summer in the secluded seaside village of Betworthy. But there is a strained atmosphere in the once-prosperous Maitland household, because the family has fallen on hard times.
Producer Simon Curtis ; Director Lindsay Posner
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This week's guests are Gerald Kaufman and Alexei Sayle.
Part 2 of a three-part dramatisation of Stendhal's classic novel.
Julien Sorel has opted for the "black", the church, as a more suitable road to power than the "scarlet" of the army.
Shown to complement The Great Depression series, eight stories by different directors starring W C Fields, Gary Cooper Charles Laughton
Eight people are chosen by an eccentric millionaire to inherit his fortune. The windfall changes the lives of all the recipients - but not always for the better. Featuring Richard Bennett , Charles Ruggles , Mary Boland , Wynne Gibson , George Raft , Alison Skipworth ,
Gene Raymond , Jack Oakie , May Robson. Directors James Cruze. Bruce Humberstone. Ernst Lubitsch , Norman McLeod.
Stephen Roberts , William A Seiter and Norman Taurog