6.20 Working Mothers 3173086 6.45 AncientAthens 7912203 7.100fFish and People 5519628 7.35 Education and Society
With signing. Subtitled ..................
From Monday to Thursday this programme offers members of the public a chance to tackle politicians on current issues. Presented today by Sarah Baxter.
Tel: 0[number removed](calls charged at local rates; lines open Mon-Thurs, 7.15-9.00am). Fax: [number removed]. Email: westonline@bbC.CO.Uk Stereo .....
Pathe News footage from 1955.
Repeated on Friday at8.50am B/W........
The day on which Australia comes to a standstill for its most famous horse race - the Melbourne Cup.......................
Historical drama on the 60-year reign of Queen Victoria - a period of history dominated by the personality of the Queen and her devoted husband Albert. With Anna Neagle and Anton Walbrook. Director Herbert Wilcox (1937)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
Sailing Scotland. Jill Dando learns to sail on a week's basic training course in Scotland. Revisedrpt .....................
A daily look at business news..........
A film featuring some of Australia's best and least known animals
Courtroom drama starring
The American Deep South in the 1920s: a school teacher is "accused of propounding Darwinism instead of acceptingthe Bible as literal, and a spectacular trial ensues. With
Jason Robards , Darren McGavin , John Harkins.
Director David Greene (1988) Stereo Subtitled2017 15
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
Daily quiz, with Martyn Lewis. Stereo .....35 QUIZCALL: 0[number removed]. Calls cost 39p per minute cheap rate. 49p per minute at all other times.
Daily cookery challenge. Presented by Fern Britton. stereo......19
PROGRAMME RECIPES: available on Ceefax page 613.
Discussion series, hosted by Esther
Rantzen. Stereo ..................................
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Three more contestants pit their lexicological knowledge against the computer and one another in this challenging word game. Presented by Paul Coia.
DirectorJustin CAdams; Producer Leslie Mitchell
Continuing the Britain at
War season of films commemorating the British experience of the Second World
Virginia McKenna Paul Scofield
Young Violette 's life in London is barely touched by the war until she meets and marries a French officer. Then the war takes him from her, and she finds herself drawn into espionage work, risking her life in occupied France.
Based on the book by R J Minney , this is a dramatisation of a true story. Violette eventually found herself incarcerated in the Ravensbruck concentration camp, and was posthumously awarded the George Cross medal for her bravery. Director Lewis Gilbert is better known for his later comedy films, Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine.
With MICHAEL GOODLIFFE and MICHAEL CAINE.
(1958) B/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
Continuingthe series of programmes celebratingthe centenary of the cinema, in which people select their favourite movie moment.
In the first of tonight's programmes, writer Carla Lane chooses a scene from
Madonna of the Seven Moons.
The next Close-Up is at 8.50pm Stereo .
Tonight's programme investigates a radical new theory on pregnancy and its complications - one which suggests thatfarfrom motherand baby co-existing in physical harmony, they are waging a war through the placenta, battling for control of the mother's blood supply. See today's choices. Repeated tomorrow at 2.10pm
Producer Teresa Hunt ; Editor John Lynch
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In the second of tonight's programmes in the series inviting people to pick their personal highlight from the movies, writer J G Ballard chooses a scene from
Sunset Boulevard and television executive Janet Street-Porter selects a cut from Beauty and the Beast.
The next Close-Up is on Wednesday at 9.50pm
Presented by the Society of London Theatre.
The greatest theatrical talents present or receive accolades for performances or craftsmanship on the London stage. Among those appearing are David Bamber , Lionel Bart , Tracie Bennett , James Bolam , Dora Bryan , Betty Buckley , Tim Flavin , Maria Friedman , Sheila Gish ,
John Gordon-Sinclair , Nigel Hawthorne ,
Ruthie Henshall , Barry James and Bob Peck. See today's choices. Event sponsored by American Express Director/Producer Geoff Miles
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
More moments from everyday lives. Subtitled
The topical news analysis programme, featuring interviews with leading figures and incisive debate on the stories behind the headlines. With
Is the 21st century going to be just like the 14th? Instead of the future predicted by science-fiction - a state-controlled, technologically sophisticated world - will the reality be political instability and a complete breakdown of law and order? Other predictions are not so grim. This Late Show film argues that the effect of new technology may be to free people from the need to congregate in cities to work. If we are rushing headlong back to the Middle Ages, then perhaps our contributions may become creative centres of ideas and invention.
Presented by Benjamin Woolley.
Strategies for Survival As the voluntary sector has grown duringthe last decade, so has competition for funds. Which organisations will survive? ...................................
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Robert Orchard presents the debates, exchanges and developments in Parliament today.