6.15 Maths: Multiplying Matrices
6.40 Maths Models: The Fabulous Perfect Spring
7.05 Maths: Classifying Cubics
7.30 Christopher Plantin , Polyglot Printer of Antwerp
7.55 Making Readers for Life
8.20 Learning to Learn
8.45 Images of the Cosmos: Good Seeing
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 a story by Margaret Stuart Barry
(Shown last Friday on BBC 1)
The consumer series for children looks at advertising.
With Zoe Ball.
Featuring pop idols D:Ream.
Written by Stephen Harris.
Third in a four-part serial from 1975, with Tom Baker.
(Revised repeat of Friday's programme)
Political review for the south east. With Michael Hastings.
(Repeated tomorrow at 2.15pm)
Second of four programmes on the great Anglo-Irish estates.
Romantic drama. Two star-crossed doomed lovers, a tightrope walker and a married young Swedish army officer, run away to the Danish countryside. A Swedish film with English subtitles. With Pia Degermark,
Thommy Berggren , Lennart Malmer.
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Featuring England v Wales and Scotland v France.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Island of the Ghost Bear Indian legend has it that an uninhabited island off Canada's Pacific coast is occupied by ghosts - bear ghosts. The first exploration of this island reveals the "ghosts" to be white bears which have no fear of people, allowing the film-makers to capture their adventures at close quarters. Producers Keith Scholey , Jeff and Sue Turner
Meet the world's most unusual black bears
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The Church of England is under financial strain. Massive losses on property speculation have caused a crisis requiring radical solutions. Steve Annett reports on what kind of Church today's Anglicans can afford. Producer Rosamund Jones
Editor Jane Ellison
Continuing the video diary series following the first year of child development.
The families focus on the world as it is seen through their baby's eyes. A Goldwyn production for BBCtv
Directors Steven Spielberg and Francis Ford Coppola compare notes on John Milius , writer of Apocalypse Now, co-writer of the forthcoming Geronimo, and now at work with Harrison Ford on Clear and Present Danger. Plus profile of cinematographer John Alton , and Italian cinema's contribution to the fight against the Mafia. (Pay or Die tonight at 11.45pm.) Series producer Saskia Baron
Series editor Paul Kerr A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
(Barry Norman reports from this year's Oscar ceremony Tuesday at 9.30pm on BBC1)
Discipline, routine and firm control were the essence of Trudy King's baby books published during the first half of this century. It seems inconceivable now but babies were fed to a rigid timetable adapted from a system used for feeding calves. Mothers were instructed to ignore their baby's crying and kicking because "it's only nature's way of exercising his lungs and limbs".
This documentary uses archive clips and interviews to give an overview of the various approaches to childcare: from Dr Spock, the first to "relax some of the severity", to childcare gurus Hugh Jolly, Penelope Leach and Bruno Bettelheim.
Today there are hundreds of manuals covering all aspects of childcare but perhaps, as Dr Spock says, "these days there are just too many choices."
Producer Hannah Lowy
Executive producer Amanda Theunissen
FILM Classic John Ford western starring John Wayne , Jeffrey Hunter Natalie Wood
Ethan Edwards embarks on a five-year search for the last surviving member of his family - his niece Debbie, snatched by the Comanches.
Shown to complement tonight's Moving Pictures discussion of Mafia movies, a rarely seen drama starring Ernest Borgnine
1908: New York's Little Italy is terrorised by unknown extortionists. Joe Petrosino, an incorruptible police officer, is assigned to break their hold.
Director Richard Wilson (1960) B/W
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