6.15 Pure Maths: Blancmanges and Snowflakes 7904921 6.40 Maths
Methods: Modelling a Mortgage
7.05 Learning for All: the Write to Choose Subtitled 3723563 7.30 Developing World: Mozambique under Attack
7.55 The Enlightenment: the Encyclopedie 2000114 8.20 Siena Cathedral
With JosieD'Arby and Chris Jarvis.
More picture ideas. With Tony Hart.
The final day, live from Kenya's Great Rift Valley.
Next programme at 12.45pm
New comedy and entertainment show with sketches, surprises, featuresand knockabout fun. With guest John Virgo , star of Big Break.
Mrs McClusky finally loses hertemperwith Scruffy. With Fraser Cains , Gwyneth Powell , Kaka Singh , Mark Savage , Michael Cronin and Brian Capron. Written by Barry Purchese Rpt
Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1
Camcorder show, this week made by children in Edinburgh.
Music news magazine.
Shown last Friday
Family adventure series.
Fathers and Sons. Victoria returns home from England with a soldierfiance who before long challenges Frank to a duel.
Further live pictures from Kenya.
Nextprogrammeat2.30pm Stereo ........
Sergeant Bilko persuades an army bird-expert to appear on the$64,000 Question quiz show - but feathers fly when the Private loses his memory.
Political review forthe south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings.
REGIONAL PROGRAMME ............................
Highlights of the European Figure Skating Championships. Commentary by Alan Weeks. Introduced by Sue Barker. ....
More live film from Kenya'ssoda lakes.
Final programme at 6.10pm Stereo ................
The opening matches of the Masters from London's Wembley Conference Centre. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
The search for Britain's top amateurchoir continues with the third quarter-final. Presented by Howard Goodall.
Event sponsored by Sainsbury's Stereo....
Further coverage of the Masters from
Highlights of yesterday's Five Nations internationals, when England faeed France at Twickenham and Scotland had a home tie against Ireland. Plus news and views from studio guests, the A-Z of rugby, and the results of January's Try of the Month competition. Presented by John Inverdale.
EditorGerardLane Stereo ....
The final live report from
Kenya. At sunset the team return to camp to consider whetherthe "greatest bird spectacle in the world" has lived up to expectations. Simon King ,
Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott review the highlights of the day'sfilmingand the infra-red cameras continue to record the east African night. See today's choices.
Producer Sara Ford ; Executive producer
Continuing the new seven-part series for independent travellers.
This week, Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien go to the Caribbean islands of the Bahamas. In Nassau, they visit the casinos catering to the 2.5 million tourists who arrive every year by cruise liner. While Simon finds out why it is illegal for Bahamians to gamble, Magenta discovers "the most powerful aphrodisiac in the world" and meets men who have five girlfriends at once.
This liberal attitude to sex has its limits, they discover - young gay people mostly leave for the US, whose culture dominates the islands. And on idyllic Harbour Island they check out naked picnics and visit Spanish Wells, a bizarre enclave of white Bahamians.
More stories from the world of business and work. With Francine Stock.
Producer Narinder Minnas ; Editor Jane Ellison
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Work has now begun on building Britain's first new railway for 100 years. Part privately, part publicly funded, the track will eventually provide a high-speed link between London and the Channel tunnel. Each year until the line is complete, the BBC will be following the behind-.the-scenes story of the project - beginning with the challenges and protests of the last year. See today's choices.
Producer Christopher Hutchins ; Executive producer GrantMansfield Stereo Subtitled ......
The past week's events in the Los
Angeles courtroom where American footballerand movie starOJ Simpson is on trial for murder, accused of killing his ex-wife Nicole and herfriend
Ronald Goldman last June - a case that has become one of the biggest media spectacles ever. Featuring courtroom footage, interviews and commentary. With British journalist Sue Ellicott.
Series producer Janey Walker
Pablo Escobar - How Cocaine Conquered a Country
The last programme in the series focuses on Pablo Escobar, the Colombian cocaine king who was shot dead in December 1993. The most notorious gangster since Al Capone , Escobar is still a hero to many in his home town of Medellfn. Born into poverty, he soon turned from petty crime to drug smuggling and, by using the terror techniques of murder and torture, amassed a fortune estimated at$4 billion. Award-winning director Bill Cran and a film crew travelled to Bogota and Medellin, two of the most dangerous cities in the world, to interview members of Escobar's family, victims of his threats and kidnappings, agents of the US Drug Enforcement
Agency and Escobar's fellow criminals. The result is a portrait of the man behind the gangster image of "el patron", the boss.
Editor Laurence Rees
John Cleese , Terry Gilliam
Eric Idle , Terry Jones. Michael Palin
AD 932: King Arthurand his page Patsy are seeking knights to join them at the Round Table. But a more demanding task awaits them when God appears and tells them of their quest - to seek the Holy Grail. With Carol Cleveland,
Connie Booth, John Young , Neil Innes. Directors Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones (1975)
Subtitled..... * FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50
Chase thriller starring
Leif Garrett , Lisa Harrow
Judd Piersori , once a top racing driver, and his mechanic, Casey Lee , have reached rock bottom - touring stunt car shows in New Zealand. But the chance to make some quick money arises when a government research scientist asks for help to race a deadly virus to a remote rendezvous.
Director Bruce Morrison (1985) Stereo ... * FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50
Dr Christine Rubin: