6.15 Pure Maths: Shapes of Flows
1768723 6.40 Maths Models: Tops and Gyroscopes 5855758 7.05 Maths: and So On... 6867094 7.30 British and American History: Industrial Strife 2229433 7.55 Children and New
Technology 7089181 8.20 Education: Managing in the Marketplace
8.45 Open Mind
With Chris Jarvis and Josie D'Arby. stereo Cartoon. Lillybit gets blown offcourse. Rpt ...................1564162
Will the Dispensable ever escape the clutches of the Great Black Hole of Nauphragia?
Cartoon. The amiable feline comes up against pirates.
Including a look at U2's Zooropa tour.
Another chance to see the drama series from 1982 set in a comprehensive school.
Jonah and Zammo see their chance for trouble when the class visits the zoo.
Documentary series about racism, seen through the eyes of children around the world.
Radouane. The story of a 14-year-old boy taunted on his way to school in Brussels.
Drama series in 13 episodes, set in Australia.
Last in the four-part story, Silver Pirates. With Shayne Vea, Rachel Goodman,
Isla Fisher and Christopher Fare
Music show. A new series begins on Friday at 7.15pm.
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.05 Touring Cars Italy's
Gabriele Tarquini in his Alfa Romeo starts 30 points clearof New Zealand's Paul Radisich in the British Touring Car championship at
Brands Hatch - but can he still be caught?
Britain's John Cleland remains in contention in fourth place. Commentary by Murray Walker.
12.30,3.30 Equestrianism Highlightsof the Burghley Horse Trials cross-country and showjumpingsections, which conclude this major event of the autumn trials season. Three members of Britain's world championship winningteam, Karen Dixon , Kristina Gifford and Mary Thomson , are amongthe favourites. Commentary by Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke.
1.15,2.10,3.50,4.45 Motorcycling Riders to lookout for at the British
Supercup championship at Brands Hatch are current leader Ian Simpson on his
Norton and Jim Moodie , who is only one point behind on his Yamaha. Commentary by Barry Nutley and Steve Parrish.
1.40, 2.35, 4.15, 5.15 Cricket Action from one of this afternoon's Sunday league matches. Commentary from Jack Bannister , Paul Allott and Alan Wilkins .........................................
According to wildlife experts there will be no wild tigers left in India by the end of the century. Despite conservation efforts their numbers are dwindling alarmingly. This documentary investigatingthe huge upsurge of the poachingof wild tigers was shown earlier this year but tonight is updated with information about what has happened since the initial broadcast. it combines stunningfootage of tigers with a disturbing report into their plight. It examines the work of Project Tiger, a great conservation success story for nearly 20 years but now apparently losing its grip, and discovers how poachers are slaughtering enormous numbers of tigers to supply the vast Chinese medicine market.
Since the programme was transmitted, there have been heartening moves to safeguard the tiger. Among them is the setting up of a Global Tiger Forum, the largest ever strategy in conservation in which countries will pool expertise and resources to work together for a common aim. There have also been some important arrests and a seizure of tiger products by the Traffic India organisation. But whether it will be enough to save the tiger population remains to be seen - and if the tiger is to disappear, what hope can there be forthe other giant symbols of the conservation movement, such as the panda and the rhino?
Producer Mike Birkhead ; Executive producer
Keith Scholey # See This Week page 7
Live from the Royal
Albert Hall , Carl Orff 's Carmina
Burana provides the thrilling climax to this concert which opens with two British works - the Overture to a Picaresque Comedy by Arnold Bax and Sir Malcolm Arnold 's Second
Symphony, written fortonight's performers, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
Richard Hickox conducts with Janice Watson (soprano), James Bowman
(counter-tenor) and Donald Maxwell (baritone), the Highcliffe Junior Choir, the Waynflete Singers and the Bournemouth Symphony Chorus. Presented by James Naughtie. See today's choices.
Director Jonathan Futford ; Series editor Peter Maniura
Simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3
8.15-8.35* Duringthe interval David Pearl presents this week's edition of The Score
Tonight, a look at why Cart Orffand Carmina Burana found such favour with the German Third Reich.
Historians and musicologists discuss the nationalistic elements in Orff's work and allegations of his criminal opportunism underthe Third Reich. Series editor Jane Thorbum
As Proms coverage
Is live, the subsequent schedule may change
Featuring more classic sketches, including one of the most famous of all Python pieces, which launched a thousand imitators. It concerns a complaint registered with a pet shop in Bolton regarding a deceased feathered vertebrate.
Producer Ian MacNaughton
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Alex Cox introduces a double bill of cult films by renowned director, SamPeckinpah.
Producer Nick Freand Jones Subtitled
10.25 Major Dundee
At the end of the Civil War, Major
Amos Dundee is determined to wipe out the Apaches who have massacred the people at a US Cavalry post. Short of men, he is obliged to take on thieves, renegades and untried volunteers. He also needs his
Confederate prisoners, who are led by an old enemy, Captain Tyreen.
This classic film is being shown tonight forthe first time in a widescreen format.
(1965) # FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
12.25-2.25am Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
Crime drama starring
Tortured to reveal the name of her lover, the young daughter of General
El Jefe gives the name of Alfredo Garcia. El Jefe , a wealthy landowner, offers a million dollars for Garcia's life.
(1974) * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
Major Amos Dundee:
Captain Benjamin Tyreen:
O W Hadley: