6.20 Cognitive Development: Out of Sight, Out of Mind
6.45 Maarten Van Heemskerck : Humanism and Painting
3003533 7.lOLanguageand ! Literature 3036200 7.35The Enlightenment: Humanityandthe Scaffold
IPathe News this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
9.05 Topics for Tutorials -Inside knowledge: fashion victims
! Stereo8545552 9.25 Job Bank
9.45 Numbers Plus: Infant Maths Stereo 4990692 10.00 Go
4,5: My Health-Diet 4948587 10.20 Music Time Stereo 4851007 10.45
3640007 ll.OOZigZag 4169741 11.25TheScience Collection 5730991 11.50
12.10 The Geography
Programme 1876910 12.30
Study Ireland: History
12.50 TeachingToday - Singing iscentral
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with ChrisJarvis Stereo 1.20The Adventures of Buzzy Bee and Friends 28207668 1.25Melvin and Maureen's Music-a-Grams Stereo 48431823 1.40
Landmarks: History ofWritingand Printing Stereo
67791804 2.00 News and Weather: followed by Numbers Plus Note: repeats are not indicated. !
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
Anthony Bloom looks at j Dali's Christ of St Johnof the Cross.
Songs of Praise
Celebrating CS Lewis's life. (Shown yesterday at 6.25pm on BBC1)
The Welsh-language soap. Who goes on a spree? With English subtitles.
Series producer Glenda Jones
Stephen Lacey introduces the first of a four-part feature on foliage. With Geoff Hamilton.
Hex and the Single Guy. Hilary announces that she's arranged a psychic seance.
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50 Inspiring Ideas: Update 94 A look at butlering, life as a vet and hat designing. Director Michael Wadding
Series producer Danielle Lux
Taking tonight's class at the Royal Academy of Music in London is the internationally acclaimed French pianist Jean-Bernard Pommier, who works with pianists Simon Crawford-Philips, Andrew Law and Daniel Ben-Pienaar on the classical and French repertoire with which he has made his reputation. With Sarah Greene.
Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
Followed by Video Nation
Shown throughout the week, these short films are a record of the lives of 55 people,
The less-than-perfect pictures received from the Hubble space telescope, following earlier delays in the project, were a scientific disappointment and a financial embarrassment.
Much was at stake, then, when a rescue mission flew into space to chase, catch and repair the equipment. The precision needed is indicated by one of the astronauts when describing the main mirror of the telescope: "If you scaled up the mirror to the size of the 48 continuous states of the USA, it would be smooth to within oneinch."
The mission proves almost as smooth, in spite of the constant need to react to the unexpected, and the relief of those on the ground is obvious. Horizon follows this journey into space from training to triumph. Written and produced by Alec Nisbett Editor Jana Bennett
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In 1992, Sister Wendy Beckett left her life of solitary contemplation to travel around Britain's art galleries, drawn by her love of art. Now she ventures overseas for the first time in over 20 years to visit the great European collections.
This week she visits Florence, seeing the work of Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Allori and Gentileschi.
Future stops on the tour include Vienna, Rome, Madrid, Paris and St Petersburg.
Comedy-thriller about a convicted killer who jumps bail in search of his stashed loot.
But Hardball and Gomez are determined to track him down.
Director Bill L Norton (1989)
FILM REVIEWS pages 41-44
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
With Jeremy Paxman
Out in America
As Philadelphia, Hollywood's first Aids-related movie, arrives in Britain, this report examines the growing cultural power of gay America.
Producer Anthony Lee : Series editor Michael Poole
Paris's Musée d'Orsay.
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