6.20 History of Maths:
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Romantic drama starring Victor Mature, Lucille Ball.
An ageing football star would like to retire, but his wife has a high standard of living which she wants to keep.
Film Reviews pages 45-48
Live coverage of one of today's semi-final matches. Commentary by Geoffrey Boycott , David Gower , Jack Bannister and Paul Allott.
Introduced by Tony Lewis and Richie Benaud.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Pa the news this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
John Pitman joins a coach holiday in Devon, where he visits picturesque local spots and gets to sample real Devon clotted cream.
With Zoe Ball. (Stereo)
Joshua Jones (Rpt)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Live coverage through to the end of both semi-finals.
News and coverage from both matches at 1.20pm, live coverage of one semi-final at
1.50pm (live coverage of the other on BBC1). Introduced by Tony Lewis and Richie
2.00 and 3.00
News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Third day's action from Helsinki. Barring an unforeseen first round exit, Britain's
Roger Black should be competing in today's men's 400 metres semi-final, and there could be the chance of a British medal in the final of the high jump, where Steve Smith and Dalton Grant are expected to feature strongly.
Further coverage of today's semi-final matches.
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Dream before Wicket
Cricket runs as a common thread through Indian social, economic, political and religious life, and as such is a fitting subject to close this four-part series of films on national sporting identities.
The game is played everywhere, from pavements to vast stadiums. And even the pavement cricket draws a crowd.
A mother brings her son to one of the teeming early-morning coaching sessions in a Bombay park that gave birth to such players as Tendulkar and Kambli. "I've come to make him a cricketer," shesays. "I wanthim to make something of his life."
In its cutting between the stadium and the street, the film stresses the all-pervasive relationship between the nation and its game.
Director RuchirJoshi;ProducerSylvia Stevens A Faction production for BBCtv
Puglia. Reaching the heel of Italy, Keith Floyd finds a stunning coastline. Inspired by the idea of "land meets sea", he creates dishes combining both vegetables and fish. Producer Michael Treen
Executive producer Robert Page
A Lifetime Broadcast production for BBCtv
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The return of the fast and furious black sketch comedy show, featuring Leo Chester, Felix Dexter, Robbie Gee, Llewella Gideon, Judith Jacob, Eddie Nestor, Meera Syal and Kulvinder Ghir. The special guests in the first episode are boxer Frank Bruno and young stand-up comedian Junior Simpson. Director Jo Johnson; Producer Bill Wilson
Dan Cruickshank hunts for the Skylon, centrepiece of the Festival of Britain and not seen since it was dismantled in 1951. With Kirsty Wark.
Executive producer Roland Keating Series producer Sally Angel
The last of six portraits of unorthodox scientists.
Eric Laithwaite. Orthodox science finds Laithwaite's notion of an "anti-gravity" machine nonsensical, but last month he patented a new device which he believes will convince the world he's a visionary.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts (Subtitled)
With Kirsty Wark.
Ordinary people who have been caught up in the Troubles reflect on photographs that capture dramatic moments of their lives.
Director Julian Birkett
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Fifth of six documentaries made by the BBC's Disability Programmes Unit.
The Tragic and the Blessed
This dramatic film shows the opportunities being created for disabled people in Ireland. Director/Producer David Hevey Editor Ian Macrae
A Criptic Films production for BBCtv
Astronomical observations of the Crab Nebula.