6.00 Networks and Design: Rook Polynomials 4419125 6.25 Tawny Owls: A Case Study
4498632 6.50 Fundamentals of Computing: Sequences 5128816 7.15Learning Through Interactive Video 8333632 7.40 Victorian
8.05 Darwin and Diversity
3950318 8.30 Modern Art: On Picturesand Paintings
8.55 A Suitable Place to Have a Baby? 5632651 9.20 Healthy Futures: Whose Views Count?
7420895 9.45 Summer School:
10.10 Biology: Control in Reproduction 6145835 10.35 Race and Society: Artists and Photographers
11.00 Psychology: Eyewitness Memory 8649421 11.25
Environmental Control: Paper
9913545 11.50Extractsfrom Dialogue in the Dark byMichael Ignatieff
The first in a season of films this week starring Barbara Stanwyck. Also starring
Ronald Reagan Sierra Nevada Jones is a hard-riding, gun-toting pioneer, determined to establish a Montana ranch stake after her father is killed by Indians.
Director Allan Dwan (1954) (Barbara Stanwyck : Fire and Desire, Monday 8.40am)
FILM REVIEWS pages 46-51
Sierra Nevada Jones:
A look back at Gardeners'
World Live, held recently at Birmingham National
Exhibition Centre. Including celebrities' gardens and a behind-the-scenes look in the Crinkley Bottom Garden with Noel Edmonds and Mr Blobby. With
Michele Newman , Tim Grundy and David Stevens.
A Ventura production for BBCtv
Anne Perkins reports on the parliamentary inquiry into the operation of the Child
Action from the sixth day. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Rowlinson
SEE THIS WEEK page 14
I Action-adventure mystery from
Steven Spielberg 's production company starring Nicholas Rowe Alan Cox
1870: unaware of a series of mysterious murders striking
London, bumbling John Watson arrives at his new school and is immediately drawn to the imposing intellect of one of his fellow boys, Sherlock Holmes. A schoolmaster's strange death leads the pair to their first criminal investigation. And so begins a frightening adventure that carries them from the pit of nightmare to the Pyramid of Fear.
Director Barry Levinson (1985)
Highlights of today's play and a look back at the first week of the championships. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Sue Barker's Kind of Day page
The peculiarly American delight in talking about oneself is taken to extremes as a series of self-confessed sex addicts bravely discuss this dominant aspect of their lives.
Intellectual weight is provided by the author Hubert Selby Jr , who achieved fame and notoriety with Last Exit to Brooklyn. He justifies an obsession with sex as an escape fromunhappiness: "Life becomes unbearable and people are always looking to get out of that pain."
Among the nymphomaniacs and sado-masochists, the most touching contributions come from a hugely overweight woman who calmly recalls multiple rape - "They called me the Viking because I had such endurance" - before she became the star of such movie epics as Tons of Buns.
The film is occasionally lightened by humour, as when the bondage enthusiast pulls an item from his bag of equipment: "That's my dog's collar- I don't know why it's in there!"
Producers Vikram Jayanti and John Powers Series editor Andre Singer
A Dox Deluxe production for BBCtv
POLLY TOYNBEE page 24
Claudia Cardinale Spain, 1808, and in Napoleon's Peninsular campaign the forces of Marshal Massena are cut off from the main French army. Napoleon plots to divert the English by letting a false message fall into their hands, choosing as his courier the brave and boastful Colonel
Etienne Gerard. Based on stories by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Directed by Jerzy Skolimowski ( 1970)
FIlM REVIEWS pages 45-51
Gerard, Colonel of the Hussars of Conflans:
Teresa, Countess of Morales:
Millefleurs, a renegade Englishman:
Russell, Colonel of the Coldstream Guards:
Papilette, Sgt of the Hussars of Conflans:
Lassalle, Cavalry General: