i 6.20 Social Cognition: Another
Point of View 5942468 6.45 Fontainebleau; the Changing Image of Kingship
7.35 Poetry and Landscape
A short series of I films starring
Katharine Hepbum begins with this romantic drama about a woman who suspects her husband of infidelity. With Charles Boyer , John Beal and Jean Hersholt. Director Phillip Moeller (1935)
(Sylvia Scarlett follows at 10.20am)
FILM REVIEWS pages 37-41
Comedy drama starring
Sylvia is forced to pose as a boy and flee. With Cary Grant , and Brian Aherne.
Director George Cukor (1936)
(The Little Minister, tomorrow, 9.05am)
Lucinda Lambton visits her favourite unusual homes. < Rpt Subtitled 7326536 '
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Pride of Dress
Regional dress in Drenthe,
Highlights of yesterday's race. [
First of a tour of six music festivals. ;
Pathe News this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Drama about a group of ex-soldiers whohaveturnedtocnme. » With Donald Sinden , Muriel Pavlow and Tony Wright.
Director Roy Baker (1956) B/W 81265 '
Including the art of perspective in a small town garden.
Stereo Subtitled 81
I Romantic drama
I starring Anne Archer Terry Jastrow
Geologist Gail Weston and oilman John Taylor differ on the best way to drill for oil, but agree on one thing - the land they've taken out an option on will make their fortune. But will their relationship survive? With Mary Kay Place , Richard Farnsworth and Noah Beery
Director Ernest Day (1982) Subtitled
FILM REVIEWS pages 37-41
Continuing the series on the use of building materials.
Safe as Houses. Narrator Tom Baker tells the story of brick from its origins 5,000 years ago to its use by builders today. And actress Anna Massey visits Georgian Peckover House in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
ProducerDickFoster Stereo Subtitled 30 BOOKLET: send a cheque for £2.95. made payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
Business has always come naturally to Barry Hearn. "I'm a great operator," he says. "The reason why? It's all heart. I really believe in what I do."
Duringthe boom years of snooker Hearn and his Matchroom stable were the dominant force, built around the success of Steve Davis. "The BBC started networking a lot of snooker and I was just sitting there running the biggest chain of snooker clubs in the country," says Hearn. "It would have been more of an achievement to fail, quite frankly."
He signed such other stars as Terry Griffiths, Cliff Thorburn, Dennis Taylor and Jimmy White, and effectively became the strongest voice influencing the way snooker was run.
Now representing four boxing champions, Hearn aims for control of another sport. But as his snooker interests wane, Hearn is finding that boxing is a tougher world.
For three months an On the Line crew followed Hearn as he hustled his way through the boxing jungle. He remains ebullient and confident. "I run my life as I want to run it, so I'm only interested in winners."
A Walker/Turnbull production for BBCtv
Itaye and the Fig Tree Troop
Documentary following the life of a baby baboon in Botswana as it learns how to survive in its competitive troop. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Richard Goss
Series producer Mike Beynon
A Nature Vision production for BBCtv
Key moments from the six-day pre-trial hearing of 0 J Simpson, football hero turned film star, who is charged with murdering his ex-wife and her friend - a case which has gripped the US since television captured live the dramatic police chase across Los Angeles. Executive producer Sam Organ
In the series where guests list what they hate the most, comedian David Baddiel nominates Tomorrow's World and his own bar mitzvah photo. With Nick Hancock. Director John F D Northover
Producer Lissa Evans A Hat Tnck production forBBCtv Stereo Subtitled
Followed by Video Nation Shorts suomieo
With Sue Cameron. Subtitled
Last of three plays from the BBC Wales series Wales Playhouse. Mark and Sarah are about to be married, but unresolved issues of guilt, sex and betrayal lie between them. With
Chris Constantino , Katy Stephens.
Written and directed by Eric Styles and Allan Niblo ; Senes producer Richard J Staniforth A Teliesyn production for BBCtv