6.00 Graphs, Networks and Design
6.25 Ecology: Managing Landscape
6.50 Fundamentals of Computing: Being Objective
7.15 Information Technology: Contrasts
7.40 Culture and Society in Victorian Britain
8.05 Science: The Search for the Wand Z
8.30 Horses for Courses: An Evolutionary Radiation
8.55 Accumulating Years and Wisdom
9.20 Starting Teaching
9.45 Competing Through Quality
10.10 Learning to Care
10.35 Advertising: Whipped Into Action
11.00 Los Angeles: City of the Future?
11.50 The Rise of Scientific Europe: The Publicity of Oxygen
Fantasy. Isolated from the local islanders by his silence and their prejudices, Jonasi finds solace in his underwater world where he develops a special relationship with a huge white turtle.
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When Private Honnegar shows the platoon a snap of his sweetheart, Bilko is convinced she's a potential Miss America.
During the Second World War, life on board ship was dangerous, poorly paid and often brief: one in four British merchantmen died - a far higher casualty rate than any of the armed services. But their bravery and sacrifice has barely been acknowledged: "Coming back from the sea in the merchant navy I was actually getting assaulted at bus stops - accused of being an army dodger," says one merchant mariner. In Forgotten Heroes the merchant seamen who braved the North Atlantic storms and the deadly U-boats to keep Britain supplied during the war tell their own brave and moving stories.
Crime drama starring Arthur Kennedy
Santiago, a train robber on the run, invades the home of simple farmer Manuel and his wife Maria, and changes their lives for the worse.
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Looking back on the events of this week in 1954, through Pathe newsreels.
Dougie Donnelly presents semi-final action from the International Open Bowls Championship. Stereo .....................
6.00 TOTP 2
The best mix of current music and pop nostalgia featuring highlights of Thursday's edition of Top of the Pops, a chart preview and archive footage from past programmes including Elvis Costello's first appearance in 1977.
6.40 What the Papers Say
A review of the week's press by Chrissie Iley of the Sunday Times
Presenter (What the Papers Say):
With Jennie Bond.
Weather Richard Edgar
The last of fourfilms exploring the issue of population and migration as part of the One World 94 season.
The Tree of Our Forefathers. In Licinio
Azevedo's intimate and movingfilm, Alexandre Ferrao and his extended family leave their refugee camp in Malawi, to return to their village in northern Mozambique. After more than ten years of civil war, they go home to the tree where they bade farewell, discussed marriage, baptised their children and paid their respects to the dead. A study guide to accompany the programme is available. To order a free copy, call 0839-444580 (calls cost
39p per minute cheap rate and 49p per minute at all othertimes).
Series producers Peter Firstbrook , ParminderVir
"I like those cities who don't reveal themselves easily. In Scotland I prefer Glasgow to Edinburgh; in the United States I feel more comfortable in Chicago than New York....Lyons doesn't give herself over easily, she has to be won over. It's the complete opposite to Paris."
Bertrand Tavernier returns to the city of his birth, one of the great, yet least-known cities of France. In the company of his father, who was in the Resistance and edited a literary journal in the city during the war, Tavernier searches out those places which still hold memories for both men.
Referring to his own films including The Watchmaker of St Paul and Une Semaine de Vacances the film reveals the influence of this secretive city on one of the great film-makers of modern French cinema.
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Starring Steve Coogan
Alan Partridge, sports presenter on BBC2's comedy hit The Day Today, with his own chat show.
(Shown yesterday) (Stereo)
A repeat showing of the award-winning series of six 90-minute plays, starring Glenda Jackson as Queen Elizabeth 1. 3: Shadow in the Sun. The 1572 Paris massacre of the Huguenots has led
Elizabeth to break off all relations with France. But the French are anxious to form a new alliance with England and put forward the idea of a marriage between Elizabeth and the Due d'Alengon, younger brother of the French king. England still needs an heir to the throne and negotiations for the marriage proceed.
Written by Julian Mitchell ; Producer
Roderick Graham ; Director Richard Martin
Catherine de Medici:
One of radio's most popular programmes continues its first series on television, with the panel of interrogators cross-examining witnesses in front of the camera.
Michael Buerk is in the chair as the team tackles anothertopical dilemma. Director Steve Smith ; Producer David Coomes
Political drama showing as part of the Lost and Found season, starring
Adriana Asti, Francesco Barilli.
A young communist abandons his wealthy fiancee and falls under the influence of a Marxist schoolteacher and a neurotic but attractive aunt.
In Italian with English subtitles.
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Fast-moving and irreverent Australian comedy sketch show which takes a satirical look at television culture.
Tonight M*A*S*H and Blind Date get the Fast Forward treatment and you can continue to follow the lives of the residents of Dumb Street.
Highlights of today's semi-final matches from the International Open.