6.00 Space and Time: a Matter of Geometry 6174265 6.25An Introduction to Psychology: Eyewitness Memory
6153772 6.50 Social Work in the Inner
City 7131352 7.15 Seville: Gateway to the Indies 7448159 7.40 A School of Genes 9297888 8.05 The Mammalian Kidney 2394710 8.30 Religion and Society in Victorian Bristol 9524536 8.55 Questions of National Identity
9.45 Shooting Video History 2336536 10.35 Ensembles in Performance Subtitled 1908913 11.00
Fighting Rust in Your Car 6650913 11.25 AMigrant'sHeart 5608401 11.500pen Mind: the Eco-Warriors
What's going on in the world of wildlife.
Simon King gives a practical guide to otter watching and shows how to rescue and care for injured and orphaned bats.
(Shown last Wednesday)
The Flying Observatory. Patrick Moore takes part in a flight aboard the Kuiper Airborne Observatory.
Shown on Sunday 25 June on BBC 1
Musical comedy starring Betty Hutton, Fred Astaire
When ex-singer and dancer Kitty gets bitten by the show-biz bug again she packs up her son Richie, escapes her wealthy family and absconds to New York. Unable to get a job, she is just about to give up and admit defeat when she bumps into Don, her old dancing partner.
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
Mr Edmund Pohlwhistle:
Richard Richie Everett:
Mr Charles Wagstaffe:
A look at plant and animal life in the Canadian coastal rain forest of British
Columbia - where reptiles and amphibians dominate in tangled growth that supports few mammals and is inaccessible to large animals.
Desmond Lynam introduces the action on the sixth day of Wimbledon.
Editor John Rowlinson
The Zephyr. In the fifties and sixties the Ford Zephyr gave British carbuyers American-style glitz and "pzazz" at a price they could afford. Quentin Willson tells its story, with the help of those who bought it, designed it and still cherish it now that it has found a place in the hall of motor carfame.
Director David Wheeler ; Series producer Jon Bentley
Second in a six-Dart series lookingat pop history, based on music journalist Pete Frame's intricate hand-drawn family trees.
The Birmingham Beat
From the early sixties, Birmingham produced some of the most successful and enduring bands in British pop. Tonight's programme traces the careers of musicians such as Roy Wood , Jeff Lynne , Denny Laine and Bev Bevan from their earliest days in the business as they formed bands, had theirfirst successes, fell out and went on to form new groups. See today's choices. Series producer Francis Hanly
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Topical entertainment show starring Armando lannucci
Together with co-presenters Peter Baynham and David Schneider, lannucci takes an idiosyncratic slant on the week's events.
Directors John Kilby , Steve Bendelack ,
Andy De Emmony ; Producer Sarah Smith
American comedy starring Jerry Seinfeld
A childish prank with a sweet dispenser leads to a chain of disasters. George is smitten by his new girlfriend Noel, a pianist, and Elaine disgraces herself by bursting into uncontrollable laughter at a concert.
Screwball comedy starring
Madonna, Aidan Quinn
Roberta is 28, married and bored.
A chance look at a personal ad from someone "desperately seeking
Susan" begins a madcap adventure. But the real Susan is in deep trouble, and Roberta's obsession with her results in a bizarre change of identity which catapults her into the crazy world of nightclubs, magic shows and murder.
Director Susan Seidelman (1985)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
Comedy starring Tom Waits, John Lurier
One night in downtown New Orleans, a pimp and a radio DJ find themselves sharing a prison cell. They are joined by "Bob", an exuberant Italian with a slim grasp of English but a passion for the poet Walt Whitman. Together, they plot to escape.
Director Jim Jarmusch (1986)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
The next film in the BBC 100 season, Aguirre, Wrath of God, can be seen on Friday