8.05 Envoi: Take Off in French
8.15 Adult Education - This Sporting Life 8160890 8.40 Managing Public Services: All Change? 9793258 9.05 Open Mind 4267600 9.30 Open Advice: Something for Everyone Subtitled 1657068 9.55
Opening Up Technology - a geographer, an industrial designerand an 8-year-old open up a map.
10.00 Chanakya Continuingthe historical drama. In Hindi with English subtitles.
10.40 Style Byte Style and fashion from India. Arundhati Roy looks at the resort of Kumarokam in Kerala. stereo ......
10.50 Network East Asian arts and entertainment series with Sujata Barot andSanjeevBaskar. stereo ........
11.20 Bollywood or Bust! Hindi film quiz, With Mohit Dutta. COMPETITION: telephone [number removed] Calls cost 39p per minute. For a copy of rules, send sae to [address removed]
Including reviews of The Shadow, Second Best and I Love Trouble.
Shown last Monday on BBC 1
Mae West , Cary Grant
The star performer in a Bowery beer hall in the 1890s falls forthe leader ot the local mission and decides that she wants to be saved.
Director Lowell Sherman (1933) B/W ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 69-74
Planets around Pulsars. Dr Paul Murdin talks to Patrick Moore.
Shown last Sunday on BBC I
Bilko is excited at the prospect of finding uranium deposits at Fort Baxter. (B/W)
Whispers of Creation
The discovery of "ripples in the universe . Shown last Monday Stereo
Fifty years ago, the plane carrying bandleader Glenn Miller disappeared over the English Channel. This profile evokes the romance of the times when his orchestra put a generation In the Mood to dance, and features interviews with James Stewart and Henry Mancini.
Rpt Stereo 979T
On the eve of the Network Q RAC Rally-Britain's round of the World Rally
Championship - Steve Lee and Tony Mason report from Chesterand previewthe battle forthe driver's title between Didier Auriol of France and Spain's Carlos Sainz. Coverage starts tomorrow at 12.45pm on BBC2...
UKChampionshipfrom the Guild Hall,
Preston. Featuringthird round coverage. Introduced by David Vine. Stereo.
5.15 TOTP 2 A mix of current music and pop nostalgia, with highlights of Thursday's edition of Top of the Pops, a chart preview and archive footage. This week features Top of the Pops from 1982 with performances by Human League, Tears for Fears and Eddy Grant , and 1979 with the Tourists, Suzi Quatro and Dr Hook; and makingtheir debut, Abba with Waterloo.
6.00 Late Again Highlights from last week on The Late Show, with Tracey MacLeod.
6.45 What the Papers Say
Nigella Lawson of London's Evening Standard reviews the week's press
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Richard Edgar ............
Algeria's Hidden War
Armed Islamic groups in Algeria have killed more than 60 foreigners overthe last year; many had theirthroats slit. Foreigners were ordered to leave
Algeria orface death. Altogether, more than 20,000 people have died in a savage conflict between Algeria's military rulers and Islamic fundamentalists. So far, the killing has gone largely unreported, farfrom the world's media. Now, however,
Assignment's Phil Rees has become the first western journalist to meet the armed Islamic groups. He and his team travelled to the mountains of central
Algeria, where the Islamic Salvation Army has its base.
Producer Phil Rees ; Editor Keith Bowers
The music series with an eclectic mix of sounds. Among Jools's guests tonight are the" " Unledded Robert Plant and Jimmy Page who will bejoined by a 12-piece Egyptian orchestra to give an exclusive performance of dramatically reworked versions of Led Zeppelin classics, together with original material from their new album. Othertreats include new British band Elastica performing material from next year's debut album, France's Les Negresses Vertes with a preview of their forthcoming album "Zigzague", and Russian group the Terem Quartet going "classical" with theirarmoury of mandolin-like stringed instruments.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
The topical comedy quiz, with host Angus Deayton joined by team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop and guests, comedian Nick Hancock and former goalkeeper David Icke.
Shownyesterday Stereo .......................
The season of classic dramas continues with a new
BBC production of Paddy Chayefsky 's 1954 television play, introduced by Diana . Rigg New York 1954: she last worked 38 years ago, but the mother, recently widowed and determined to support herself, finds a job in a garment factory.
However, her lack of skill is not the only obstacle to independence - her daughterwants herto stay at home. See today's choices.
Producer/Director Simon Curtis
♦ Andrew Duncan interviews Anne Bancroft
: see page 20
Puerto Rican girl:
Followingthis evening's Performance: The Mother, Germaine Greerand her all-women team ask what our responsibilities to our parents should be when we are ourselves adult.
Producer Janet Lee ; Series editor Janice Hadlow
Continuing the Lost and Found season of films. The first showing on network television of the original version of the thriller starring Alain Delon
A contract killer commits a murder, unperturbed by the presence of witnesses. Within a short time, he is himself the target - on the run from the unknown man who commissioned his services, and from a dogged policeman. In French with English subtitles.
Director Jean-Pierre Melville (1967)
Film reviews pages 69-74
Highlights from recordings made by Video Nation contributors. Morning. Contrasting morning scenes are brought out in this episode. It's the day of the big show in Spaldingfor a market gardener. In a convent in Darlington the nuns listen to the morning news, while a pensioner in London relies on cassettes to get her going. The post brings long-awaited news to an assistant in a Chinese take-away. Producer Mandy Rose ; Executive producer
Bob Long .....................................