8.00 Preparatory Maths: Graphs
8.15 Global Warming: Climates of Opinion 3816711 9.05 The Enlightenment: Kedleston Hall 4749044 9.30 Open
Advice: Science Skills 4881911 9.55
Opening Up Technology - Neil Postman asks whetherwe use technology or technology uses us.
Marvi Fourth ofafive-part drama, set in modem-day Pakistan, about a girl from a poor rural community who struggles to fulfil her father's dreams.
With Omer's help Marvi's ordeal is over, but for Kayth the nightmare is just beginning. In Urdu with English subtitles.
Producer/Director Sultana Siddiqui
Tom Cruise talks to Barry Norman about the success and fame he has achieved by playing heroes, and his new film,
Interview with the Vampire, which casts him against type as an evil bloodsucker.
Shown last Monday on BBC 1
Romantic musical starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers.
Jerry Travers sees Dale Tremont and is immediately head-over-heels in love, but their romance is complicated by the fact that Dale thinks he's married to her best friend Madge. (1935)
(Bride of Frankenstein can be seen on Friday at 12.15am)
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"Laughter therapy" is one of the alternative treatments for stress victims. Sahera Cohan reports
Russia's Deep Secrets
Once the pride of the Soviet fleet, the nuclear powered and armed submarine Komsomolets lies wrecked on the Arctic ocean floor, one of 150 submarines that must be cleaned up afterthe Cold War. Horizon reveals-unique underwater footage of secret nuclear waste-dumps, and a Russian expedition dives to the sunken vessel in an attempt to prevent its toxic contents leaking into the food chain. Shown last Monday Stereo
1862: afarm in southern Indiana.
Despite the American Civil War, life for the Quaker Birdwell family is seemingly uneventful. But Jess and his son Josh must decide whether to take up arms or abide by their pacifist principles.
Director William Wyler (1956)............................
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5.15 TOTP 2 The best of Thursday's
Top of the Pops, and pop nostalgia from 1973 with archive film of Gary Glitter , the Strawbs, Elton John and a No. 1 from Sweet. Plus a look back to the Pet
Shop Boys' first appearance on TOTP with their 1985 hit West End Girls.
Producer Ric Blaxill
6.00 Late Again Highlights from last week's editions of The Late Show. With
Tracey MacLeod .
6.45 What the Papers Say Janine di Giovanni of the Sunday Times reviews the week's press
With Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
John Simpson in Bosnia presents the first programme in a newforeign affairs magazine series in which correspondents report on events outside the usual news agenda. See today's choices.
Editor Keith Bowers
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Third offivefilmsfor Cinema Century. The Body Electric
Monty Python animator and film-maker Terry Gilliam reveals the earliest moments of the movies, from
1895 when audiences first saw moving pictures projected onto a screen.
This week, he looks at how the first images of women on film, many of them erotic, pulled in audiences, startingwith Edison's peep-show film of New York dancer Annabelle Moore. But they swiftly caught the attention of the censor.
Ever since, the human image on screen has influenced every aspect of life, from sex to sport and art to warfare. Eadweard Muybridge was one of the early photographers of motion, usinga battery of cameras to capture a semi-naked woman risingto herfeet. Fashion styles and comedy were later popularised on screen, and newsreel cameras captured the drama at the 1913 Derby when suffragette Emily Davidson threw herself underthe king's horse. Artists like
Marcel Duchamp and Fernand Leger were inspired by photography and film to create radical, Futurist images of the body. Featuring Allan Corduner , Peter Eyre , Bryan Pringle , Paul Rhys and Malcolm Sinclair.
Written by Ian Christie ; Director
Richard CursonSmith Terry Gilliam 's science fantasy Brazil is on Sunday at 11.45pm
BOOKLET: for an illustrated booklet send a cheque for£6.95, payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
Sketches, monologues, Lewis Smith 's hoax phone calls and hospital drama straight from the patient's mouth. At the BBC Hospital, Lewis Smith is trapped in a comic coma. Television programmes are played to him in an attempt to revive him but the patient somehow retransmits them in a bizarrely altered form.
Written by Victor Lewis Smith and Paul Sparks
Producer Richard Curson Smith
Second of a four-part comic drama set in 70s Britain.
Jamila has made her decision about marryingthe man who loves
Arthur Conan Doyle. Eva and Haroon lay their plans to move to London proper, where Charlie and Karim go sightseeing.
Screenplay Hanif Kureishi, Roger Michell ; Producer Kevin Loader ; Director Roger Michell
Steven Spielberg 's epic
Second World Wardrama, based on J G Ballard 's bestselling novel. Starring Christian Bale
John Malkovich China , December 1941:11 -year-old Jim Graham enjoys a comfortable life with hisfamily in Shanghai's
International Settlement. But when the Japanese army marches into the city, his life of privilege ends. In the turmoil, Jim is separated from his parents.
Screenplay by Tom Stoppard (1987)
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Crime drama starring
During a robbery, a gang kills a policeman, and his partner sets out to track down the four killers.
Director Richard Fleischer (1950) B/W
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