6.15 Pure Maths: Space-Time Geometry 1333031 6.40 Maths Methods: Fourier
Analysis 5357166 7.05 Maths: Modelling Pollution 6432302 7.30 Shropshire in the 16th Century 2894741 7.55 Anti-Racism: Beyond the Debates 7661789 8.20 Living with Tourettes 7499760 8.45 Open Mind
With Chris Jarvis. Stereo
Featuring the Utah Saints and Kathryn Stott.
Another chance to see the drama series from 1982 set in a comprehensive school.
Suzanne is deeply unhappy.
Written by Margaret Simpson
In the first programme Terry Nutkins saddles up to look at the world of young horses and meets Bryan Neubert who tames wild mustangs.......................................2778944
Drama series in 13 episodes, set in Australia. First in a two-part story. With Shayne Vea, Rachel Goodman, Isla Fisher, Christopher Fare and Michael Muntz.
Postponed from 1 September.
Shown last Friday
Featuring highlights from Orrell v Leicester in League Division One, and the day's big game in Scotland where Gala face local rivals and reigning champions Melrose. Plus a look at the weekend's other fixtures, news and views. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith . With John Inverdale. EditorGerardLane
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.00 Athletics Featuringthe Great North Run, the annual half-marathon from
Newcastle to South Shields. Last year's race was won easily by the Kenyan Moses Tanui with another Kenyan, Tecla Lorupe , winningthewomen'srace. Commentary by David Coleman , Brendan Foster and Paul Dickenson.
2.30, 5.30 Cricket Live coverage of one of the key matches on the final day of the Sunday League. Last year's title was won dramatically on the final Sunday by Glamorgan who beat nearest rivals Kent in Canterbury. Commentary by Jack Bannister and Paul Allott.
3.30 Golf Coverage of the British Masters from Woburn. Amongthe golfers in contention should be former Open champions Nick Faldo and Seve Ballesteros , both past winners of this title, and European golf's man of the moment, Colin Montgomerie.
6.30 Rowing Final day action from the World Championships in Indianapolis featuring Britain's Steve Redgrave.
Matthew Pinsent and the Searle Brothers.
What sort of future faces our children - one where they can get full-time, secure jobs or one where they will have tofightforanyjobatall?
On the 50th anniversary of the government's historic commitment to banish unemployment, Olivia O'Leary investigates whetherwe are prepared to pay the price of restoringfull employment.
Editor Jane Ellison ; Executive producer Paul Wallace
First in a four-part behind- the-scenes documentary series charting the production process of international opera. Winter Storms joins Placido
Domingo in Vienna to intimately chronicle the making of a new production of Wagner's Die Walkure. Filmed entirely in the theatrical grandeurofthe Vienna State Opera,
Domingo is seen getting to grips with a new role and the rigours of the German language. In Domingo's words Die
Walkure is "the most incredible story of suffering, love and passion....”. See today's choices.
Director Donald Sturrock ; Producer
* The Andrew Duncan Interview with Placido Domingo is on page 20
The cult comedy show, featuring more classic sketches from
Graham Chapman , John Cleese , Eric Idle , Terry Jones , Michael Palin and Terry Gilliam. This week, a plumber gets a walk-on part in a television film, a chartered accountant consults a vocational guidance counsellor, and Mr Ron
Obvious of Neaps End attempts to jumpthe English Channel.
Producer Ian MacNaughton Rpt Subtitled...2760
General Dwight D Eisenhower and Field-Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery may have been comrades-in-arms but private correspondence reveals a bitter conflict between them.
Ike and Monty - Generals at War is the first of four biographical documentaries investigating the image of five of this century's most powerful figures.
Ratherthan rely on people's sometimes shaky memories, this programme uses only archive film and documentation (letters, messages, telegrams and speeches) to examine and dramatise the extraordinary relationship between two of the giants of the Second World War. It explores how their personalities influenced their soldiering and, ultimately, the course of the war, while historians reflect that in many ways their lives can be seen as a metaphor for the changing relationship between Britain and the USA. With contributions from Stephen Ambrose, Norman Gelb, Nigel Hamilton and Lord Chalfont.
Other programmes in the series re-evaluate the public images of such diverse characters as Dr Albert Schweitzer who, in 1913, gave up everything to build and run a hospital in the African jungle, the ruthless and wealthy businessman
Aristotle Onassis and Lavrenti Beria, Stalin's notorious henchman.
Director Martin Smith ; Editor Laurence Rees
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Highlights of this morning's memorial service from Holland to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the battle of Arnhem. Veterans gathered in the presence of HM Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands and HRH the Prince of Wales fora service from the war cemetery at Oosterbeek.............226963
Spike Lee 's frank portrait of inter-racial love and conflict is thp first of fourfilms in a season dealing with American racial tensions. Starring Wesley Snipes Annabella Sciorra
Flipper Purify is a black urban professional - a New York architect with a promisingfuture and a devoted wife and daughter. Out of sexual curiosity, he and Angie Tucci , an Italian-American office temp, begin an affair which sets their communities against them and adds to the tension in their neighbourhoods. The film features a soundtrack written by Stevie Wonder.
Next week's film is Paris Trout, starring Dennis Hopper.
(1990) '. * FILM REVIEWS pages 59-62
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