6.45 Managing in Organisations: Boundaries and Biases
5069119 7. 10 Shetland: Watts in the Wind 8272577 7.35 Body in White: Developinga Database
Highlights of yesterday's play. With Sue Barker.
Continuing this week's season of films starring
An adventure co-starring Gary Cooper
An oil prospector in 1930s Mexico has to contend with attacks from villainous bandits and the romantic intentions of an unscrupulous woman.
Director Hugo Fregonese (1953)
S/W (TheLady Gambles, tomorrowat 10.00am)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-61
In Japan exam results determine a child's career. This programme spends nine days at one of Japan's toughest private coaching establishments.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Live coverage of today's matches which should include the ladies' quarter-finals.
2.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Including Prime Minister's questions.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Including survival techniques, high diving and canoe polo.
Factsheet: send sae to Activ8, [address removed]
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Further live coverage introduced by Sue Barker.
This week chef Gary Rhodes is in Aberdeenshire to visit an oil platform where menus have to be planned two weeks in advance. He goes to Pennan, the village where the film Local Hero was shot, to discover how cullen skink (a rich fish soup) is made, and ends his tour at a traditional ceilidh. On the menu tonight are beef stew and dumplings, and Gary's
"signature" dish - smoked haddock with Welsh rarebit and tomato salad.
Producers Marion Allinson , Gabrielle Jackson
BBC BOOK: featuring recipes from the series, £ 17.99 (hardback),! 12.99 (paperback)
GARY RHODES paga 20
Comedy starring Gregor Fisher
Touch. When Mary finds a job with a "very friendly" employer, Nesbitt is quick to grab the wrong end of the stick. With Elaine C Smith , Tony Roper , Eric Cullen and Andrew Fairlie.
Written by Ian Pattison
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
Twenty-five years after Neil Armstrong took that famous "giant leap for mankind" and walked on the Moon, the reclusive astronaut has been coaxed back into the public eye to introduce the first two programmes in a four-night celebration of what President
Nixon dubbed "the greatest week since Creation".
A noble achievement for the greater good of mankind wasn't, however, what had motivated President Kennedy in 1961 when he initiated Project
Apollo: he was more interested in beating the Russians.
This openingdocumentary looks back at the early days of the space race and the relentless pressure on Nasa to put an American on the Moon before the end of the decade - pressure which resulted in some tragic mistakes.
The programme includes rarely seen BBC and Nasa archive footage of the key early missions, Apollo 4 and Apollo 8. Thursday's programme, at
9.30pm, continues the story. Producer Jenny Abbott
Executive producer Clare Paterson
Doyou remember 1969?
The expert judges have selected the top five products. Now the people who will use them put them to the test. Viewers can vote for their choice by calling [number removed] then
[number removed]("Basic" vacuum flask), [number removed]("Flashcard" torch),
[number removed](F08 universal chair), [number removed](Mk2 Skorpion motorcycle), [number removed](O'Neill "animal" wetsuit) - maximum cost lOp. (The top five graphic designs are on Thursday at 10.20pm)
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxmati.
In her first extensive television interview, writer Jeanette Winterson talks to Jeremy Isaacs.