6.45 The Thrie Estaitis
3078729 7.10 The Albert
Memorial 80139417.35The i Enlightenment: Angelica Kauffman. RA
The collections of John Arlott.
Pathe News this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Cartoons based on true stories of animal bravery. A Gnffin production forBBCtv
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9.05 Good Sport
9.25 Job Bank: Railway technician/Air traffic controller A Tomahawk production for BBCtv Stereo 8027274 9.45 Come
Outside A Spelthorne production for BBCtv 9530361 10.00
Questions: What is a Person? 2224699 10.20 Music Time Stereo 2200019 10.45 Help Your Child with Maths
11.00 Zig Zag: Tales from Europe -Germany
11.40 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales - Macbeth
Subtitled 1966336 12.10 Zig Zag: Wildlife Safari - Breeding
1700380 12.30 History File 1453632 12.50Teaching
Today: the Management of Pupil Behaviour
1.20-1.40Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20 Philbert the Frog Stereo 38752583 i
1.25 The Brollys
1.40 Landmarks: People on the Move 69145125 2.00 News Subtitled and Weather; followed by Come Outside Note: repeats are not indicated.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 12 noon.
World championship from the Crucible, Sheffield. This afternoon's coverage is introduced by David Vine.
Songs of Praise
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3.50 News and Weather
Regional News; Weather
This week Craig Charles introduces the movie kitsch classic Queen of Outer Space and takes a trip back to the future where he looks at the extraordinary portrayal of women in the amazing world of Popular Science. Director Dominic Murphy
Producer Matthew Bowes
Queen of Outer Space
Zsa Zsa Gabor
1985: an American expedition crash-lands on Venus and discovers a planet ruled entirely by women and led by an embittered queen planning to destroy the Earth. Director Edward Bernds (1958)
Eldridge Labinjo tells how he overcame racism in the dance world and trained to be a ballet and modern dancer.
Against the Clock
Technology has brought efficiency and convenience 24 hours a day. Airlines, power-stations, and even all-night creches are features of the industrial world. But for those who keep them running, staying awake is a problem. Disasters, from the Space Shuttle explosion to the Clapham rail crash, and countless motorway accidents, are due to human error, brought on by fatigue.
Dr Martin Moore-Ede , author of The 24 Hour Society, reveals a world dozing on the brink of disaster, and discovers new ways of flipping the switches that will keep us alert. Producer John Lynch
Series editor Jana Bennett
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This week Sister
Wendy Beckett is in Madrid where she visits the Prado, the priceless collection of the Hapsburg and Bourbon kings. Producer Randall Wright
Executive producer Nicholas Rossiter
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When Michael Jackson was first accused of sexual misconduct last year, the tabloid press struck gold. It was the story they had been waiting for: Jackson, "Wacko Jacko", long the subject of unkind speculation, was finally vulnerable.
Whatever the truth of Jackson's personal life, the key factor in the whole affair has been the media's remorseless efforts to keep the story alive. American writer Richard Ben Cramer investigates the methods by which newspapers and television on both sides of the Atlantic have brought new details to light.
British journalists have proven themselves particularly adept at creating new angles on the case, and many have found jobs in America, where their skills are deployed in stimulating speculation and dissent. As the prices paid for stories get higher and higher, will we ever hear the truth? How can celebrities of Jackson's stature defend themselves?
The latest news from the Crucible.
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