6.15 Pure Maths: Looking at Equations
7722133 6.40 Maths Models: Resonance and Damping 2501355 7.05 Maths:
"Real" Exponential Functions
7.30 Health and Disease in Zimbabwe 5494626 7.55 Psychology: Child's Play
5702591 8.20 The Physics of Ball Games Subtitled 4978317 8.45 How We Study Children. Decipheringthe latent messages hidden in the seemingly chaotic play of children.
Everything is not as it would first appear in the last programme of the picture-making series. With Tony Hart.
Comedy and entertainment show. Today, 15-year-old budding comedian Liam McVeigh takes the Prove It challenge. And in I Hate This House, David tries to stop a new motorway destroying his wildlife sanctuary. (Stereo)
Written by David Angus Rpt
Stage school drama.
Last in the series.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1
Children's consumer watchdog. In the last of the series, the big business behind a number one chart hit, a survey of drugs advice, and the dangers posed by pollution on beaches. With Zoe Ball.
Music news magazine.
Shown last Friday
Paterson Ridge's first police officer soon antagonises the local residents with his over-zealous approach.
Live entertainment series. Supermodel Veronica Webb reports from America and Richard Arnold analyses the soap-opera scene. Hosted by Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrik. A Sunday Show special on Friday at 12.10am
SCREEN TESTS: to apply to be on the programme write to: Screen Test, [address removed]
Political review forthe south east.
Presented by Michael Hastings. ...... REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Reports and analysis of the week's political events. With Bruce Parker. .
An extended edition of the programme featuring coverage of the Hong Kong
Sevens tournament, the fast-moving variant of the full XV game. Forthis 20th anniversary contest, 24 nations line up for two days of competition. Plus highlights from Wasps v Bath in the English League and from the sixth round in the Welsh Cup. Hosted by John Inverdale.
EditorGerardLane Stereo ..................
From Interlagos, live coverage of the Brazilian Grand Prix, the curtain-raiser for the 1995 World Championship.
Commentary by Murray Walker, with Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. Presented by Steve Rider with Derek Warwick. See today's choices.
Highlights from February's week-long series of live reports from Kenya. Every yearthe hostile environment of the remote Great Rift Valley is transformed as flamingos migrate from soda lake to lake. In equatorial sunshine and surrounded by steaming geysers, Simon King , Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott observe and try to explain one of the natural world's most spectacular sights.
Producer Sara Ford ; Executive producer
RobinHellier Stereo Subtitled ...........
The financial affairs programme examines whether the tradition of paying with cash is soon to be rendered obsolete. The NatWest Bank's new "smart" card enables users to buy anything from a morning paper to a pint in the pub. Greg Wood investigates the dawn of Britain's cashless society.
And, following the collapse of the merchant bank Barings, Lesley Curwen reports from Britain and America on measures designed to prevent a repetition of the Nick Leeson affair. Producers Alison Turner, James Goldston
Editor Jane Ellison
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Tonight, the film show talks to Pulp Fiction star John Travolta on the set of his next film, White Man's Burden, co-starring Harry Belafonte. And, on the eve of Oscar night, Hugh Grant and screenwriter Richard Curtis look back on a highly successful year with the multi-nominated Four Weddings and a Funeral. Oliver Stone looks at the art of back projection. Plus how the Indian cinema industry remakes Hollywood blockbusters for its own market.
Presented by Howard Schuman.
Series director Michael Martin ; Series editor Paul Kerr
* See This Week: page 7
The week's events in the Los Angeles courtroom where 0 J Simpson is on trial forthe murder of hisformerwife Nicole and herfriend Ronald Goldman.
Commentary by Sue Ellicott . Series producer Janey Walker
A new season of Screen Two begins with this comedy drama starring Tom Wilkinson
Three prisoners ruin the Home Secretary's week, and provide the catalyst that threatens to topple the Government, by breaking out of a newly privatised jail.
See today's choices.
Chief Constable Christie:
Sir Mortimer Fawkes:
inspector Lisa Sutcliffe:
Knishev. Continuingthe documentary cameos of Russian lives. Tonight, a glimpse of the incident-filled day of writer and producer Andrei Knishev.
Next programme tomorrow at8.50pm
DirectorColin Luke; Producer Adam Alexander
Highlights ofthe Brazilian Grand Prix, shown this afternoon
Documentary shown as part of a short season of programmes marking the
20th anniversary of the end of the war. During the American assault of 1965, the farmers and their families of Cu Chi, just west of Saigon, survived by digging 150 miles of tunnels and building underground schools and hospitals. People got married and gave birth in the tunnels, which became a motif of the ingenuity and determination of the Vietnamese resistance. Almost 30 years on, American film-maker Mickey Grant enables the people of Cu Chi to recount their remarkable story. In English and Vietnamese with subtitles.
Vietnam: the Camera at War tomorrow at 11.15pm
Director/Producer Mickey Grant Stereo .
KinuyoTanaka, Ichiro Sugai
In 17th-century Japan, a samurai's daughterfinds her beauty to be both herfortune and misfortune.
In Japanese with English subtitles.
Director Kenji Mizoguchi (1952) B/W. Build My Gallows High: Friday at 12.35am * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-56