6.15 Pure Maths: Diagonalising Symmetric Matrices
6.40 Maths Methods: Linear Equations 3437478 7.05
Maths: Least Squares
7.30 16th-Century Venice and Antwerp: Forms of Religion
5631590 7.55 Education and Society: Anti-Racist Maths
4430942 8.20 Wirral Metropolitan College: Managing Change
4198107 8.45 The Right Course fbrYou?
With Philippa Forrester and Ratz.
COMPETITION: [number removed] (max call costs 20p). For a copy of the rules, send sae to: [address removed]
Written by Valene Georgeson , from a story by Margaret Stuart Barry
Written by Margaret Simpson
False or true? A fast-moving mixoffactandfiction. COMPETITION: [number removed](false),
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Fatso. Kimble is drawn into the troubled life of a stranger.
I Drama filmed in the Australian outback, telling the touching story of one man and his dog. With
Bill Kerr and Noel Trevarthen.
Director John Richardson (1982)
The Burston School Strike
The dismissal of two teachers in Norfolk in 1914 brought the children out on strike.
I Musical starring
FILM Gene Kelly
While grouse shooting in Scotland, two Americans lose their way and find themselves in a most unusual village.
Director Vincente Minnelli (1954)
Studies of the Southern Sky Patrick Moore talks to astronomers carrying out research in Australia. Producer PieterMorpurgo
Featuring Bath v Leicester, the match that should decide the winner of the Courage Clubs Championship.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
Tonight's five finalists have all won their categories on solo performances. Having fought off 600 entrants, they now have to play a concerto, accompanied by the National
Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.
Opera North's Paul Daniel conducts from the Barbican Centre, London, and Sarah Greene presents.
If this year's winner is as lucky as his or her predecessor, pianist Frederick Kempf , life will be quite different after the competition. The publicity
16-year-old Freddy received earned him concert after concert, and he is now so busy touringthe country that his parents have had to move house to be nearer the motorway.
The 1994 Young Musician of the Year will receive a bursary of £2,500 and a travel award from competition sponsors Lloyds
Bank. HRH the Duchess of Kent will present the prizes.
You can register your own vote at the end of the concerto final. Lines will open after the five performances have been heard. The numbers to call are: competitor no 1: [number removed] competitor no 2: [number removed] competitor no 3:[number removed]competitor no 4: [number removed] competitor no 5:[number removed] Your vote will not affect the result in the hall, but the viewers' choice will be announced at the end of the programme. Calls cost no more than lOp. Series producer Caroline Speed
Executive producer Kriss Rusmanis
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Tonight, live from Augusta, Georgia,
Bernhard Langer will eitherjoin Jack Nicklaus and Nick Faldo as a successful defender of the Augusta
Masters, or he will help his successor into sport's most celebrated item of gents' outfitting - the coveted green jacket awarded to the winner of this unique "by invitation only" major tournament.
After three-and-a-half days of rising tension the final back nine holes - particularly the "Amen Corner" of the 1 lth, 12thand 13th where Langer sealed last year's title - will decide the competition.
But negotiate this cluster successfully and further traps await those whose nerve is beginning to wilt. There are the deceptive greens at 14 and 17, the waterthat guards the 15th green and replaces the 16th fairway, and finally the daunting 18th. This most beautiful of courses can be the most cruel.
Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Alex Hay and Dave Marr. Play Is introduced by Steve Rider.
As golf coverage Is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
Screenwriting expert Robert McKee introduces tonight's film, by Spanish director Luis Bunuel , shown nextat 12.10.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
Drama directed by FILM Luis Bunuel , starring Michel Lonsdale
A surreal collection of incidents, from Napoleon's invasion of Spain to a revolution at the zoo, is the vehicle for Bunuel to satirise sex and politics, religion and the police. In French with English subtitles.
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-52
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