First World War drama. A sculptor is pressured into joining up despite his pacifist ideals. With Richard Dix. i Director J Walter Ruben (1933)
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-62
With signing. Subtitled 9148436 j
Pathe News of 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
A re-created Anglo Saxon village. Rpt
9.05 The Global Environment
2750726 9.25JobBank j 2730962 9.45 Numbertime
Stereo 1254981 10.00Go4,5: Art 6864271 10.20 Music
Time Stereo 684069110.45 ! Thinkabout Science Stereo ! 8210894 ll.OOZigZag Stereo
9511962 11.20Teaching ;
Today 7767558 11.50 Le Café desReves Stereo 12. 10 The Geography
Programme Stereo 2293349 !
12.30 History File: The World Since 1945 Stereo
12.50TeachingToday Stereo 9941894 1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20 Gordon T Gopher 87456639 1.30 Christopher Crocodile 96997542 1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
96996813 1.40 Landmarks: Tudors and Stuarts Stereo
42917165 2.00 News Subtitled and Weather; followed by Numbertime Stereo Note: repeats are not indicated.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
Songs of Praise
The Montecristo island reserve. Rpt Subtitled
SEE THIS WEEK page 14
Daily nostalgia quiz hosted by Martyn Lewis.
A Mentom production for BBCtv
Ruth Mott makes brawn from half a pig's head.
Uncle Fester incinerates the family's stuffed bear.
6.25 D Energy
This week: Prince's new video, Lenny Kravitz and Adeva. Presented by Normski. Director Hamish Hamilton Series producerClare Pizey
6.55 Les Lives
A homage to Orson Welles. DirectorNeil Mackenzie Matthews Producer Graham K Smith
7.00 The Real McCoy
The first of two compilations from last year's series featuring some of Britain's best black comedians.
Director Terry Jervis ; Producer Charlie Hanson
All Those in Favour
As the TUC celebrates its 125th anniversary, it will also be pondering the events of the past 14 years during which the Conservatives have passed a succession of laws weakening or removing trade union rights.
In Sheffield Doug Low and Bill McDonnell trace the effects of what they see as a return to
Victorian values. During these 14 years, they claim, Sheffield has been transformed from a prosperous city with a skilled, well-paid, unionised workforce into a low-skilled, low-paid, poorly unionised area, with unemployment growing from 11, 000 to 48,000. Their argument is that in such a situation a strong trade union movement is more necessary than ever.
Prunella Scales ,
Timothy West and Eric Richard contribute readings from the archives of the trade union movement.
Producer Sue Davidson
Executive producer Giles Oakley
In the final programme, the six volunteer amateur economists from Bristol are locked away together for the weekend to thrash out their People's
Budget. They have to cut £5 billion from our 950 billion deficit. The People's Chancellor delivers their joint conclusions and businessmen, politicians and journalists give their verdict. Nisha Pillai reports.
Comedy starring George C Scott Don Ameche
Two old army buddies stumble across an abandoned car which contains$3 million. With Sylvia Sidney and Susan Rinell. Director Lou Antonio (1987)
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-62
More hospital humour from Victor Lewis-Smith . With
Nickolas Grace and Moya Brady.
Wntten by Victor Lewis-Smith and Paul Sparks Producer Richard Curson Smith
The first of four programmes for science week takes a look at space exploration.
Presenter and writer:
First in a short season of films being shown this week in tribute to
When two women are murdered, a newspaper tycoon promises the top job to the first person to scoop the story.
Director Fritz Lang (1956)
(Tales of Terror is on Wednesday at 12.10am)
BARRY NORMAN page 52
Jon Day Griffith:
Programmes for secondary school teachers.