6.00 Minimum Cost Flows 7696862 6.25 Ecology:
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Television: Light Fantastic
3419539 7.40 What is Music? 7184510 8.05 Volcanic Iceland 7620881 8.30 A New Role for Men 8891713 8.55 Mental
9.20 Shooting Video History Subtitled 8462133 10.10
10.35 Education and Society: Anti-Racist Maths
11.00 Psychology: Child's Play
2363369 11.25 Statistics: The Census 5114959 11.50
Scotland in the Enlightenment
An 18th-century adventure, starring
Stewart Granger Joan Greenwood
After the death of his mother young John Mohune arrives at the village of Moonfleet in search ofjeremy Fox, the man she had loved. But the boy discovers that Fox, a foppish rake, is the leader of a gang of smugglers. With George Sanders.
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The Case of Dr Crippen London, 1910: when the police are called to the house of an unassuming American doctor, they make a grisly discovery: the dismembered body of his wife. Dr Crippen attempts to flee the country and a transatlantic chase begins. Narrated by Robert Powell. Last in series. (Postponed from 12 March)
The story of two professors who claimed to have reproduced nuclear fusion in little more than a test tube.
Drama starring James Dean
Cal, a wild adolescent, discovers that his mother, long believed dead, is actually running a brothel in a nearby town. With Julie Harris , Raymond Massey , Jo Van Fleet, Burl Ives. Director Elia Kazan (1955)
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Highlights from the World Championships in Budapest of the men's and women's races in the senior and junior categories.
Editor James Leaton Gray
Featuring the agility and flyball finals. Last in series.
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Shaking the World. In the last of three programmes on China today, Michael Robinson assesses the impact of the awakening giant and looks at how outsiders might influence what it becomes.
Series producer David Hamson
Neil Young in a performance from 1993.
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James MacMillan , composerofthe
_ acclaimed Confession oflsobelGoudie, was commissioned by the BBC to write this seven-part piece on the Passion of Christ as a contribution to this year's Easter celebrations.
Using texts from the Gospels and Holy Week liturgies, and starting with Father Forgive
Them for TheyKnowNot What They Do, the work proceeds in ten-minute segments throughout the week performed by the Cappella Nova choir and the BT Scottish Ensemble in a disused church in Glasgow. All seven parts ca n be heard at 11.30pm on Radio 3 on Good Friday. The conductor is Alan Tavener.
Director Mike Barnes. A Hunter production fix BBCtv
Trouble Man - the Last Years of Marvin Gaye
On 1 April 1984 former Motown star Marvin Gaye
provoked his father once too often, and was shot dead in his bedroom. It was the tragic finale to an extraordinary series of events in the life of one of the major talents of pop music in the 70s.
From being down and out in London in 1980 he had been restored to tentative health, far away from drug dealers, in the Belgian port of Ostend. Video footage of this calm period forms the basis of this bleak documentary - bleak, because all along we know that his final hit Sexual Healing will draw him back to America and death.
Producer James Marsh Stereo Series editors Nigel Finch and Anthony Wall
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Did Joey Pearce take his own life?
Episode written by Rob Heyland
Chief Supt Deakin:
The Straight and Narrow
This last of three programmes by film-maker Mireille Dumas looks at the moments of madness which brought two law-abiding men to murder.
Luis Bunuel 's classic satire, shown to complement tonight's documentary on crimes of passion, stars Fernando Rey who died earlier this month.
A French film with English subtitles. (1977)
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