6.15 Pure Maths: Isomorphism
6.40 Maths Methods: Complex
Exponentials 2263143 7.05 Maths: Inverse Functions 5560679 7.30
Developing World: the Poverty Complex
5156414 7.55 Humanity and the Scaffold 5471679 8.20 Networks: the Location
Problem 4630105 8.45 Child
Development: Babies' Minds
Comedy and entertainment show.
The series from 1983.
With Fraser Cains, Paula Ann Bland, Susan Tully, Lee Sparke, Gwyneth Powell. Written by Barry Purchese
Stage school drama.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1
The story of a young footballer banned for 10 years....
Music news magazine.
Shown last Friday Stereo .....................
The Search. Matt helps a woman looking forher long-lost father but a sinister stranger hinders the search. Stereo ..........
Live entertainment series, featuring US news from supermodel reporter Veronica Webb , celebrities caught off-guard by Dennis Pennis and analysis of the TV soaps by Richard Arnold. With
Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrik. stereo.
SCREEN TESTS: to apply to be on the programme write to: Screen Test, PO Box 280, Manchester M60 1 SJ.
Political review for the south east. Presented by Michael Hastings.
Romantic drama starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman
Rick Blaine, owner of Rick's Cafe in wartime Casablanca, sticks his neck out for nobody - until Ilsa Lund arrives.
(1942) (B/W) (Subtitled)
(American Gigolo is on at 11.30pm)
Film Reviews pages 51-54
Capt Louis Renault:
The first of six programmes coveringthe annual pooch parade, which runs from 16 to 19 March, looks at the history of dog shows and visits the Kennel Club. With Peter Purves and Jessica Holm.
The contest comes to a crescendo as three youth and three adult choirs compete in the finals of the top amateur choircompetition. With Howard Goodall. Event sponsored by Sainsbury's
Action from yesterday's matches in the Five Nations championship, featuring Ireland v France, and Scotland v Wales. Plus highlights of the action in the Courage League. With John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ...............
The Call of Kakadu
The size of Wales and situated in northern Australia, Kakadu National Park is a wilderness brimmingwith wildlife, including magpie geese, cockatoos, giant saltwater crocodiles, wallabies, dingoes, serpents, diminutive dragons and highly vocal blue-winged kookaburras, the largest of the kingfishers. Filmed at one of Kakadu's busy billabongs, this programme is the culmination of seven years' work by British zoologist David Curl and follows the fortunes and setbacks of a pair of kookaburras over the course of a year as they try to raise theirfamily and defend theirterritory. Producer David Curl ; Executive producer
The consumer electronics group Amstrad was a success story of the 80s and its entrepreneurial founder Alan Sugar became one of the country's richest men. But his business empire is now struggling. When the football club he owned, Tottenham Hotspur, was in trouble Sugar took decisive action and brought in a new manager with a radically different style to produce the right results. But can the same tactics work for Amstrad? Steve Annett reports on Sugar's recruitment of a new chief executive and their multi-million-pound plan to develop new blockbusters. Presented by Francine Stock.
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Celebrations of the tercentenary of Henry Purcell continue with a concert of music written for Queen Mary, broadcast live from Westminster Abbey. The first half includes music from the coronation of William and Mary in 1689 and a Birthday Ode written for the Queen. In the second half there is a re-creation of music performed at her funeral in the Abbey 300 years ago today. The New London Consort and the Choir of Westminster Abbey are conducted by Martin Neary, one of Purcell's successors as organist at the Abbey. Kelly Hunter reads extracts from Queen Mary's diaries and letters, and John Woodvine takes the role of a chronicler to convey the atmosphere of the times. In an interval feature, historians Roy Porter and Nigel Llewellyn reflect on what mortality meant in 17th-century England. With sopranos Emma Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb, counter-tenor Michael Chance, tenor Ian Bostridge, baritone Stephen Richardson and bass Simon Birchall. Introduced by Nicholas Kenyon.
Director Hilary Boulding ; Producer Caroline Speed
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 3
Subsequent programmes may run late
A review of the week's events in the Los Angeles courtroom where
American football star O J Simpson is on trial for the murder of his former wife Nicole and her friend Ronald Goldman.
British journalist Sue Ellicott provides commentary on the events. Series producer Janey Walker
Third of a four-part documentary series investigating what drove the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
In the 1960s, the old colonial empires were collapsing. Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev saw the chance of new triumphs for socialism. This documentary explores the Soviets' real intentions at two flash points - Cuba and Vietnam. Including interviews with leading Soviet spies and diplomats, and challenging myths, it traces the Cuban story from Moscow's first attempts to make contact with Fidel Castro, through the missile crisis, to Khrushchev's fall from power. His successor, Leonid Brezhnev, came to office in the wake of Khrushchev's humiliation to face escalating conflict in Vietnam. Brezhnev's support for the North was to lead him to the brink of war, not just with the US but with China.
Paul Schrader 's stylish, erotic thriller starring
A highly-paid gigolo is hired by wealthy women as a guide, interpreter or companion. But his glamorous
California world is shattered when one of his clients is murdered and he becomes the prime suspect.
Director Paul Schraderf 1980) Subtitled ... * Barry Norman : see page 48