6.15 Pure Maths: Orthogonal
Bases 7086481 6.40 Maths Models: Good Vibrations 3873394 7.05 Maths:
Tudor-Marked Assignments 3880023 7.30Filmas
Evidence: Poverty in the 30s
7653690 7.55 Environment:
ForestFutures 3241961 8.45 Managing Schools: Democracy - Fact or Fiction?
With Philippa Forrester and Ratz.
Drawing quiz game with Bill Tidy. ANSWERS: send to Draw Me, BBCtv. PO Box 3, London W 12 6DE.
Written by Valerie Georgeson , from story by Margaret Stuart Barry
(Shown last Friday on BBC1)
Written by Sandy Welch Rpt
Today, advice on safety and savings.
Featuring M People and Hammer.
Written by Stephen Harris.
Second in a four-part series from 1975, with Tom Baker.
Political review for the south east. With Michael Hastings.
The first of four programmes on the great Anglo-
Irish estates visits
Strokestown Park in County Roscommon.
War drama starring
In north-west Burma during the Second World War US
Captain Tom Reynolds leads a guerrilla army against the Japanese, and falls in love. With Gina Lollobrigida , Peter Lawford , Steve McQueen.
Director Joh n Sturges (1959)
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56
Featuring Bath v Wasps. Plus a preview of England v Wales next week, which will decide the winner of the Five Nations Championship. With Chris Rea. Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The Toadskin Spell
Frozen solid in arctic ice, cocooned beneath the desert sands, or erupting through the skin of their mother's back, some frogs and toads seem almost supernatural. From the deadly spells of medieval witches to the miracle cures of modern medicine, the chemical properties of frog- and toadskin have been widely exploited. Kevin Flay 's amazing photography reveals how this seemingly magical amphibian skin is the key to some astonishing behaviour.
Narrated by Robert Lindsay. Producer Karen Bass
Executive producer John Sparks
The wonderful world of frogs and toads SEE FEATURE page 40
Supreme Champion. Live coverage of the final day at
Crufts featuring the climax of the competition, the Best in Show. Plus highlights from the toy, utilities and working dog groups. Introduced by Peter Purves and Jessica Holm , with Mike Stockman , Les Crawley.
President Clinton has put the battle against unemployment at the top of the international agenda with his Jobs Summit in Detroit this week. Meanwhile, the army of unemployed who have lost hope of ever finding work seems to have become permanent. Simon Gompertz reports on the plight of the long-term unemployed. Producer Eamon Hardy
Editor Jane Ellison
From the Grand Opera House, Belfast, Kenneth Branagh and Amanda Donohoe host the 25th annual awards ceremony of the British Association of Film and Television Arts, honouring those who have made an outstanding contribution over the last 12 months. Awards include Best TV drama serial, best factual series, film cinematography, and film production design. And there are two special reports on the work of the television news cameraman and the film animation artist. Director Ian Hamilton
Producer Paul Smith Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank A Celador production for BBCtv
The video diary goes nationwide. Fifty people from all over the country have been equipped with camcorders to film their daily lives. Their recordings will be seen in a series of programmes during the year, building up a unique picture of life in Britain today.
Attitudes to money are the focus of the first fruits of this BBC project, subtitled Money, Money, Money. "I've had it, squandered it, lost it, made it, given it away," says an unemployed executive. A 12-year-old schoolgirl remarks: "I love money - it's my favourite thing."
What emerges is a frank and often surprising insight into the mood of a nation seriously worried about money.
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Highlights of the final day of the European Indoor
Championships from Bercy in Paris. With Helen Rollason. Producers Martin Webster , Sharon Lence
Editor Mark Wilkin
Shown in connection with last night's
Arena, this acclaimed cinema vérité documentary by Albert and David Maysles , who made the rock classic Gimme
Shelter, focuses on four bible salesmen's thankless attempts to market "the world's bestseller". (1969) b/w
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56