6.15 Pure Maths: Fourier Coefficients
3927809 6.40 Maths Methods: Heat
Transfer 7782064 7.05 Maths: Iteration and Convergence 5356151 7.30Ancient Athens: the Theatre and the State
4278915 7.55 Classical Sculpture and the Enlightenment 7018267 8.2014th
Century Art: the Rucellai Madonna
8.45 The Chosen People
9.10 - 2 Cartoon based on Jules Verne 's novel 20,000 Leagues under the Sea. Subtitled .................
The film and video quiz returns. With clips from Jim Carrey 's new comedy Dumb and Dumber. With John Barrowman , and guest Stuart Miles , the Blue Peter host. Shown last Monday on BBC 1
Comedy and entertainment show. Guests include soccer star Andy Cole.
The series from 1984. With Peter Emmett and Paula-Ann Bland. Written by Margaret Simpson
Second in a 13-part fantasy adventure, stereo ............
The show that asks whether outrageous facts are false or true.
Competition: to register your vote ring [number removed] (False) or [number removed] (True). Calls cost no more than 20p. For a copy of the rules send an sae to: [address removed]
Music news. Take That serenade on the Italian Riviera and Wet
Wet Wet uncover paintings of themselves in Glasgow, including a nude study of Marti Pellow. Stereo ......................
The Reilly Gang. A band of bankrobbers holds Emily, Colin and Danni hostage.
The irreverent live entertainment series hosted by Donna McPhail , Katie Puckrik. Email address: email@example.com
SCREEN TESTS: to apply to be on the programme write to: Screen Test, PO Box 280, Manchester M60 1 SJ.
Political review. With Michael Hastings.
REGIONAL PROGRAMME ...........................
Medieval adventure starring
Robert Taylor , Ava Gardner
Determined to bring peace to
England, Arthurof Pendragon, supported by Sir Lancelot, defeats his rivals and is crowned king. His enemies plot to destroy him, by exploiting
Lancelot's secret love for Queen Guinevere .
Director Richard Thorpe (1953).................. * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-56
Sir Lancelot of the Lake:
Highlights from vital English First Division matches: Northampton vOrrell, West Hartlepool vBath, and Harlequins v
Leicester. Plus the Welsh Cup quarter finals, Scotland's Melrose Sevens, and the first of four previews of next month's World Cup. With John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ....................
Live coverage of the Argentinian Grand Prix from
Buenos Aires, the first time the South American country has staged a Formula 1 race since 1981.
Commentary by Murray Walker ,
Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. Presented by Dougie Donnelly. See today's choices.
Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer
Jim Reside .................................. MAGAZINE: BBC Grand Prix '95 is available now. price£3.50, from newsagents.
Sulawesi: an Island Bewitched
Lying at the heart of Indonesia in South-East Asia is an exotic island of lush jungle, smouldering volcanoes, burning black beaches and vivid coral gardens that is underthreatfrom human rapacity.
Sulawesi was created by the collision of the Asian and Australasian land masses, and as a result two distinct sets of animals were brought together and produced unusual hybrids, 98 per cent of which are unique to Sulawesi.
There are weird and wonderful species, from crested monkeys, giant snakes, birds that incubate their eggs with the heat of volcanoes, to bizarre pigs whose twisted tusks cut into their cheeks - many of them caught on camera forthe first time by Emmy Award-winningfilm-maker Andrea Florence.
These animals are notjust comical oddities. They play a vital role in regeneratingthe island by spreading the seeds of the trees. But nature's most powerful enemy - the human race - is threatening to upset the balance of nature in a thoughtless pursuit of wood forfumiture, animals as trophies and gold. Narrated by Ian Holm.
Producer Andrea Florence ; Executive producer
JohnSparks Stereo Subtitled ....
One in ten members of the British public has taken out private health care insurance as a safeguard against illness. But the fiercely competitive business has no regulatory body with the powerto clamp down on unscrupulous operators - leading to fears that "cowboys" have a free hand to move in on the billion-pound market. Steve Annett reports on growing concerns within the industry that its good name might become irredeemably tarnished.
Producer Adam Salkeld ; Editor Jane Ellison
TRANSCRIPT: for detaiis about obtaining a transcript of this programme, please telephone [number removed]
Highlights of today's second FA Cup semi-final, with favourites Manchester United facing Crystal Palace at Villa Park. United, well placed in the FA
Premiership, are chasing a unique double "double" ofliftingthe league and FA Cups in consecutive seasons. But Palace's form in the last round was impressive when, with the help of two spectacular strikes from
Chris Armstrong , they crushed Wolves 4-1. Commentary by Barry Davies. Plus action from the other semi-final,
EvertonvSpurs, shown live earlier on BBC 1. Hosted by Tony Gubba , with Gary Lineker . Stereo ..................
Live coverage from Augusta,
Georgia, as the drama unfolds on green jacket day in the US
Masters, the first of the season's four "majors". European players such as Nick Faldo , Ian Woosnam , Bernhard Langer and Seve Ballesteros have been well represented on the winner's rostrum, recording six victories in the last seven years. Peter Alliss , Alex Hay and Dave Marr are the commentary team. Introduced by Steve Rider. See today's choices.
The major developments over the past seven days in the Los Angeles courtroom where former American football superstar O J Simpson is on trial for the murder of his former wife
Nicole and herfriend Ronald Goldman.
Using courtroom cameras to capture the drama and expert analysis to explain the legal strategies employed by the respective lawyers, this weekly review, presented by British journalist Sue Ellicott , discusses the important issues raised by the extraordinary case thatisgrippingtheUS. Series producer Janey Walker
French film director
Jean Renoir introduces Renoir, a short season of his films, which continues with this comedy, starring
Monsieur Lestingois is the owner of a bookshop, with a snobbish wife and an accommodating maid. One day he becomes a hero when he drags a drowning tramp out of the Seine.
Boudu, not best pleased to be saved, turns Monsieur Lestingois' quiet life upside down. In French with English subtitles.
(1932) B/W The conclusion of the two-part Omnibus on Jean Renoir can be seen on Tuesday on BBC 1 * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-56