6.20 Psychology: Personnel Selection 3873034 6.45 Handel's Messiah
7612251 7.10 Modern Art: Picasso's "Guernica" 5219676 7.35 Classical
Sculpture and the Enlightenment
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Another story about Skippy the kangaroo and friends. (Rpt) (Stereo)
Malaysia. A look at a country with a diverse culture, a fast-growing economy and an uncertain future
On herfather's death, 12-year-old
Mackie Daniels disguises herself as a boy in orderto join a boys-only rock group, the Challengers, but soon finds there are drawbacks to her new identity. With
Gwynyth Walsh , Eric Christmas , Sarah Sawatsky and Matthew Beckett.
Director Eric Till (1988)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-56
A film following the breeding cycle of a pair of swallows as they nest and raise their young. Rpt.........................................
Business and consumer news
William's Wish Wellingtons
Cartoon. Narrated by Andrew Sachs.
1.05 Juniper Jungle
Narrator (William's Wish Wellingtons):
A film about the positive impact that trees have on the ecological balance of the earth and its atmosphere
From the Central Church, Torquay. Shown on Sunday at 6.25pm on BBC 1
Highlights of the Festival of Schools
Rugby, with action from the finals of the Under-15 and Under-18 groups and an Under-18 international between England and Scotland. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Julian Tutt. Introduced by Kyran Bracken.
3.00 News and Weather subtitled (news)
3.50 News and Weather Submted (news) Regional News; Weather
Newsquizwith Martyn Lewis.
Cookery challenge. Stereo ....................
Today Oprah discusses ways of coping with the death of a parent, with some recently-bereaved children.
A film which follows sculptor John Dreyfuss through the ten months it takes for his first life-size model to be cast in bronze.
Starring Patrick Stewart
The Outcast. Riker becomes romantically entangled with a person from a planet where gender has been abolished and feminine inclinations are regarded as a perversion.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi La Forge:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
A compilation of some of the best moments from the popular BBC2 true-or-false game show Call My Bluff. Featuring Frank Muir , Patrick Campbell and Robert Robinson.
Producer David Housham Stereo
Concluding the four-part biography.
Never Despair. Aftertheendofthewar in 1945 and his surprise election defeat, Churchill used his period in opposition to warn of the Soviet threat. Returned to power in 1951, he failed to achieve his aim of a summit to ensure world peace and, aftera massive stroke, eventually resigned. Churchill died in 1965. Producer Jeremy Bennett
BjWandColour Rpt Subtitled ..............
Seven scientists reveal what excites and inspires them.
4: Freelance inventor James Lovelock
's wonders of the world include standing upright, the second law of thermodynamics, and the earth seen from space. See today's choices. Producer Christopher Sykes ; Executive producer
A Very Modern Love Affair?
Forty of Britain's wackiest modern buildings, recently recommended for listing by Stephen Dorrell , Secretary of State for National Heritage, are featured in tonight's programme. Kirsty Wark , assisted by Lucinda Lambton , Peter York , Loyd Grossman , Dan Cruickshank , Carolyn Steel and Gavin Stamp , takes a close look at seven of the most surprising entries on the list, including a wartime canteen, a palace of beans and the oddest signal box in the world.
Series producer Basil Comely; Executive producers Roland Keating and Sally Angel Stereo
The Fame Game
Liz Breweris London's top society "fixer". Her clients are super-rich newcomers who want to buy fame on the glitterati circuit and in the gossip columns. See today's choices.
Producer Daniel Reed ; Series editor
Stephen Lambert # Party politics: page 24
Continuing the series of favourite movie moments, director and actor Richard Attenborough chooses a scene from Chaplin's City Lights, and Teresa Gorman MP selects one from
The next Close-Up is at 11.50pm
The series in which guests name the people and things they hate the most. Nick Hancock talks to comedian
David Baddiel whose nominations include
Tomorrow's World and his own bar mitzvah photograph.
Director John F D Northover; Producer Lissa Evans
By the Conservative Party.
Shown on BBC 1 at 8.55pm and on ITV at 10.00pm
Composer James Dillon and director
Simon Reynelldrewtheir inspiration for thisfilm, set on a magical island, from Shakespeare's The Tempest. With soprano Sara Stowe and music performed by Music Projects London and conducted by Richard Bernas.
The next programme, Pictures on the Piano, can be seen tomorrow at 11.15pm
Director Alex Cox chooses his film highlight - a scene from King Kong. The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 11.45pm
12.05 Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra: a Workshop Usingthe minimum of props.....................
12.30 History of Maths: the Vernacular Tradition In the Middle
Ages, Hindu-Arabic numerals spread to Europe, making new calculation methods available.......................
Benefits Agency Today Customer service initiatives in the south east...