6.00 innovation on the Rails
6.25 Computing: The Way to Holmes 8722774 6.50 Social Welfare: Family
Centre 9010774 7.15 Flight Simulators and Robots 9092749 7.40 Man-made
Macromolecules 5074836 8.05 Biology: New Formulae for Food 6131872 8.30
The Great Exhibition: a Lesson in Taste? 4459671 8.55 Serjeant Musgrave at the Court 4445478 9.20 Developing World: The Poverty Complex. What can be done topreventfamine. 9187313 9.45
Technology: A Matter of Resource - making more of natural resources.
880112610.35 The Right Course forYou? How to select the right OU course. Subtitled 3281107 11.00 Statistical
Sciences - links between ancient artefacts and modern theories on the universe. Subtitled 1003720 11.25
Science in 17th-century England - the foundingofthe Royal Society.
11.50 Energy from Waste - power and heatfrom rubbish.
What's goingon in the world of wildlife.
Simon King finds out where to see newborn red deer calves and gives details of how to take part in a survey of Britain's bats.
Shown last Wednesday
Romantic drama starring
In a Budapest store, bickering co-workers Alfred Kralik and Klara Novak carry on an antagonistic relationship, unaware that they are, in fact, lonely hearts pen pals and desperately in love with each other.
Director Ernst Lubitsch (1940)
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Peggy Ashcroft , Twiggy
Flamboyant and eccentric piano teacher Madame Sousatzka teaches "not only how to play, but how to live". When
14-year-old Manek comes for lessons, his cultural education begins and he is forced to balance the needs of his motherwith the aspirations of Madame. Jenny TWIGGY
Director John Schiesinger (1988)
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Ronnie Blum LEIGH:
Live coverage of England vWest Indies from Headingley, on the third day of the first Test. Introduced by Tony Lewis. Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
Isabel Hilton of the Independent reviews the week's press
The day's national and international news stories, presented by Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley ...............
In China a new entrepreneurial class is cashing in enthusiastically on the benefits of growing economic freedom. Carrie Gracie spends a day touring
Beijingwith a taxi driver who took part in the Tiananmen Square demonstrations in 1989 but now prefers making money to protesting. He describes how he willingly gave up his state-provided, guaranteed job for life in order to start up his own business. His new philosophy is that the only equality there is in life is the opportunity to make the most of what you've got. Through hard work he hopes to do just that - and aspires for his son to have wealth he himself hasn't known and drive a Rolls-Royce. Plus Jane Corbin reports from
Cambodia on moves to rebuild the country after years of conflict.
Editor Keith Bowers
Third in a five-part series in which Christopher Frayling investigates the art and philosophy of the Middle Ages.
Tonight's programme focuses on what Frayling calls the "theological prize-fight of the age" in which two brilliant medieval men, who had been on a collision course all their lives, met for a confrontation at the Council of Sens in 1140. On one side there was Bernard of Clairvaux - later Saint Bernard - rural, spiritual, and theologically faithful. Facing him was Peter Abelard, the best known teacher of his day: an urban, rational, theologically enquiring man. Interwoven with the story of these two exceptional men is the tale of Abelard's passionate but tragic love affair with his learned student, Heloise. When their forbidden relationship was eventually discovered, he was castrated and she was sent to a nunnery. Heloise is regarded as a key figure in the sexual history of women, and remembered for the emotional, poetic qualities of her love letters.
Frayling uses these three characters to examine the nature of fame in the Middle Ages and to reflect upon the enormous changes convulsing 12th century society.
BBC BOOK: Christopher Frayling's Strange Landscape: a Journey through the Middle Ages is available price Â£8.99 from booksellers.
An autobiographical documentary by film-maker
Toichi Nakata recording his return to his strait-laced family in Japan, to tell them that he is unable to marry and fulfil his traditional role as eldest son by entering the family business. But he discovers that he is not the only member of his family with something to reveal. See today's choices.
Series editor Nicholas Fraser
Last in the series of the comedy news quiz, hosted by Angus Deayton. Team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by comedian Spike Milligan and former Sunday Times editor Andrew Neil.
Director John F D Northover; Producer Colin Swash
Shown yesterday Stereo ...................
Sinead O'Connor performs material from her Universal
Mother album. Plus the return of British singer Dusty Springfield and soul harmonies from US girl group
Brownstone. See today's choices.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
Highlights of the third day's play in the Test between England and the West
Indies, from Headingley. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Drama starring Yves Montand, Ingrid Thulin
Twenty-five years after the end of the Spanish Civil War, professional revolutionaries based in Paris still risk their lives trying to incite the workers against the Franco regime.
The film was awarded the Prix Delluc in 1966 and won the best foreign language film award from the New York Film Critics Circle the following year.
In French with English subtitles.
Director Alain Resnais (1966) B/W
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The next BBC 100 film is "Closely Observed Trains", tomorrow at 1.00am