6.00 Graphs, Networks and Design 8874491 6.25
Ecology: Red Grouse
6.50 Organic Chemistry: Large Scale Production
Manufacture 5279323 7.40 Victorian Culture: Stand By Your
Banner! 1556168 8.05Energy: A Day in the Life 7720976 8.30 Summer School: Time for You
Subtitled 3568168 8.55 Testing Teachers? 3547675 9.20
Understanding Music: Theory and Practice
9.45 Creative Management: Rover's Return
10.10 Plants: Designsfor Living 4242149 10.35 Bullying: Danger - Children at Play
Subtitled 2343052 ll.OOThe
11.25 Chemistry: Of Metals and Men 3220675 11.50Nathan the Wise
Beginning a trio of films starring
James Mason , who died ten years ago this week. Also starring Joan Fontaine Colourful drama set in the West Indies examining the jealousies and passions caused by inter-racial love.
Director Robert Rossen (1957)
(Secret Mission is on Wednesday at
9.05am) FILM REVIEWS pages 43-49
Classic western series, starring James Amess as Marshal Matt Dillon
The Returning. After eight years as a struggling farmer, a former outlaw resorts to crime again.
This adaptation of the classic
Jane Austen novel was co-written by Aldous Huxley , the subject of tonight's Bookmark
Special at 7.15pm. Starring Greer Garson
Laurence Olivier England in the early 1800s, and independent-minded Elizabeth Bennet attracts the attention of the wealthy Mr Darcy.
Director Robert Z Leonard (1940)
FILM REVIEWS pages 43-49
Further coverage from Lord's of England v South Africa. Television presentation Alan Griffiths Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
First of a series featuring a selection of successful programmes.
This week: Children and New
Technology looks at the effect of computers on the minds and lives of children.
Producer Natasha Soma
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Next week is the centenary of Aldous Huxley's birth - time to re-evaluate the life and work of one of the best-known novelists of modern times. Benjamin Woolley asks if Huxley was philosopher or dilettante, visionary or fool. Stephen Spender, Yehudi Menuhin, Timothy Leary and other friends, critics and family appraise his legacy.
An Iambic production for BBCtv
Presenter and writer:
Documentary by Ken Burns about the history of the Statue of Liberty from its conception in France, through to its dedication in New York and to its role as a modem symbol of liberty.
Rpt Stereo Colour and black and white
(A Ken Burns film about Brooklyn Bridge will be shown next Saturday) .
Jerry's neighbour Martin attempts suicide.
This adaptation of Alice Thomas Ellis 's novel by Martin Sherman begins a repeat run of successful Screen Two films.
Set in the stuffy suburbs of 1950s Croydon, it stars Jeanne Moreau as the exotic free-living Lili, who comes over from Egypt to help out her old school friend, the deeply proper Monica (Julie Walters ) with preparations for her daughter Margaret's wedding.
Other Screen Two films to be shown are Truly Madly Deeply and Enchanted April, both credited with boostingthe BBC's influence in the British film industry and given general release, becoming box-office hits.
Producer Norma Heyman Director Waris Hussein
The second of a three-part film by D A Pennebaker,
Chris Hegedus and Erez Laufer to mark the 25th anniversary of the Woodstock Festival.
By the second day 500,000 people had turned Max Yasger 's farmland into a small city, all routes into Woodstock were jammed and the organisers realised that they didn't have the money to pay the bands. (Part three tomorrowat 11.35pm)
Alex Cox 's sci-fi I thriller, starring Emilio Estevez
Harry Dean Stanton
Fired from his supermarket job, Otto joins a car repossession company attracted by the thrills of road chases, sex, drugs and urban violence. (1984)
FILM REVIEWS pages 43-49