6.15 Pure Maths: Reflectingon Conies
7242133 6.40 Maths Methods: Newton's Law of Motion 8644317 7.05 Maths:
7.30 Introduction to Psychology: Two Research Styles 2447201 7.55 The Enlightenment: Reason and Progress
7353666 8.20 Learningfor All: Underthe Walnut Tree Subtitled 7600046 8.45 TV - the Technological impact
More picture ideas, with Tony Hart.
Animation. Rpt .............................
Comedy and entertainment show. The Pineapple
Chunks go on a blind date and, in Weird
News, Ken Mansfield is off in search of the Loch Ness monster. Plus, in the comic soap opera I Hate This House, David is persuaded to record a pop song.
The series from 1983.
Jonah tries to help with a ballot on flexi-time. With Lee Sparke ,
Alison Bettles , Nadia Chambers, Mark Burdis , Mark Baxter , Peter Moran and Lisa East.
Written by Barry Purchese
The second of a six-part series about a dance and drama school. Shown last Wednesday on BBC I
The consumer programme that investigates issues of concern to children. Stereo .......... WRITE IN: young viewers who have issues they would like raised on the programme can write to:
Short Change, PO Box 222, London W3 6WF.
Music newsmagazine. ShowniastFriday Stereo .....................
Servant of the People. Matt and Kathleen run into powerful opposition when they try to help local farmers. Stereo ........
Wedding bells start ringing when Sgt. Joan Hogan receives an engagement ring from Bilko after a mix-up at the jeweller's.
Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south. Presented by Bruce Parker
Political review forthe south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings. ....... REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
World Indoor Championships, live from the Guild Hall, Preston. Featuringaction from the singles final. Stereo ..........
Subsequent programmes may run late
This week, the youth semi-final. Six amateurchoirs battle forthree places in next week's final. With Howard Goodall.
Event sponsored by Sainsbury's
Highlights ofthe Pilkington Cup quarter-finals. Cup-holders Bath are at home against Northampton, last year's runners-up Leicester are away to Sale, Harlequins face Wakefield and Wasps play Exeter. Plus a look ahead to next Saturday's internationals: Ireland v France, and Scotland v Wales. Presented by John Inverdale.
EditorGerardLane Stereo ...............
The open ocean is a mysterious world teeming with remarkable life-forms. This programme, photographed by Rodger Jackman , follows the journey of a baby loggerhead turtle from the Florida beach where it hatches, out into the Atlantic. It drifts in the Sargasso Sea then is swept along on the Gulf
Stream, where it encounters strange, transparent planktonic creatures and jellyfish - part of the ocean's web of life, the floaters and the swimmers. Narrated by Tony Soper. Executive producer John Sparks
Last of a seven-part series for independent travellers. South of France
Magenta DeVine and Simon O'Brien look into racism and rap in Marseilles. They hook up with the cowboys of the Camargue, and in Antibes, resort of the rich and famous, find out how to get aboard one of the £20 million yachts.
In Nice, Magenta has dinnerwith some canine companions, and Simon unearths a racketeering problem in the playgrounds - so serious that the National Guard has been called in. Producer Rod Parker ; Series producer Clare Pizey
Britain's Â£460 billion personal finance business has traditionally rested in the hands of well-known life companies, but mis-selling scandals have left the reputations of many big names in tatters. Now they are under fresh attack as Richard Branson and others start selling financial products direct to the customer. David Frank investigates whether direct selling will now become the norm. Plus, in a report postponed from 12 February,
Tom Maddocks looks at the increase in the counterfeiting of banknotes and what the financial authorities are doing to fight the forgers.
Presented by Francine Stock.
Producer Alison Turner ; Editor Jane Ellison
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As Pret-a-Porter opens in Britain, Moving Pictures asks director Robert Altman whether he is going out of style. Plus
Mel Gibson reveals his passion for
Beethoven with his production of Immortal Beloved, and there's a look atthefilm version of Michael Crichton 's novel Disclosure. Crichton's
Westworld is shown at 11.00pm. Presented by Howard Schuman. See today's choices.
Series director Michael Martin ; Series editor
PaulKerr Subtitled ..........................
A review of the week's events in the trial ofthe American football star
OJ Simpson. Presenter Sue Ellicott follows the evidence and arguments in court and discusses new developments in the case which, accordingtothejudge, Lance Ito , is putting on trial the US criminal justice system itself.
Series producer Janey Walker
Second of a four-part documentary series investigating what drove the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
In 1949 Europe was divided by the barbed wire and minefields of the Iron Curtain. But for Stalin there were new horizons to the east in recently-founded communist China. Eyewitnesses describe the one and only meeting between Mao Tse-tung and Stalin, and reveal how the fierce rivalry between their two countries turned them from allies into enemies in just ten years.
Thriller starring Yul Brynner, Richard Benjamin and James Brolin
The futuristic holiday resort of Delos, with its three theme-park "worlds", offers its clients anything they want. For $1,000 a day, they can even kill - and they can do it over and over again. But in this fantasy world of robots, things begin to go terrifyingly wrong. (1973) FILM REVIEWS pages 45-52
A comedy fantasy. The ghost of an old Italian New Yorker returns to try to seduce his grandson's girlfriend.
Written and directed by PJ Pesce Stereo..