6.20 Plants: Problems with Water
6.45 Geology: Glaciers 7913611 7.10 Engineering: Workand Energy
7.35 Biology: Question of Balance
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Drama series. (Rpt) (Subtitled)
Footage of a team of US kayakers challenging the terrifying gorge of the Bashkaus River in Siberia. Rpt .....
West Friesland. A look at this Dutch farming area's regional costume. Rpt ....
Dorfman tries to be a writer. (Stereo)
Mike Alexander , out to make his fortune by any means, accepts a commission to rescue six important men from a crowded refugee ship.
Mike Alexander GEORGE SANDERS , Ingrid PATRICIA ROC, James HERBERT MARSHALL , Emily AGNES MOOREHEAD
, Captain OALIO
Director Julien Duvivier (1952) B/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
Mike Alexander George
The Wolverhampton Wanderer. Sir Jack Hayward is worth L200 million, but maintains a modest lifestyle
An oil rig is wrecked. (Rpt) (Subtitled)
Barbara Stanwyck , Van Heflin
Polly Fulton marries radical socialist
Thomas Brett , without telling him that she is the daughter of a wealthy capitalist. Polly Fulton BARBARA STANWYCK , Thomas W Brett VAN HEFLIN
, Robert S Tasmin RICHARD HART. B F Fulton CHARLES COBURN .Martin Delwyn Ainsley KEENAN WYNN Director Robert Z Leonard (1948) B/W .... 12323307 7
FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
Polly Fulton Barbara
Thomas W Brett Van
Robert S Tasmin Richard
B F Fulton Charles
Martin Delwyn Ainsley Keenan
Regional News and Weather
Followed by Montgomery Clift : His Place in the Sun
A look at the life of one of Hollywood's greatest, and most tragic, actors...
Regional News and Weather
Elizabeth Taylor , Shelley Winters
An ambitious young man becomes involved with a factory girl, but then falls in love with his beautiful, wealthy cousin.
George Eastman MONTGOMERY CLIFT, Angela Vickers EUZABETH TAYLOR. Alice Tnpp SHELLEY WINTERS, Hannah Eastman ANNE REVERE , Marlowe RAYMOND BURR
Director George Stevens (1951) B/W........... + FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
Hannah Eastman Anne
Robert Stack , Virginia Mayo
Gunfighter Owen Pentecost is interested only in gambling and his own welfare. When the Civil War looms, he refuses to take sides. But his views are changed by his relationship with the youngson of a man he has killed.
Director Jacques Toumeur (1956) Subtitled.. + FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
Ann Merry Alaine:
The Learning Organisation. Anew concept developed in Britain and the USA, learning organisation theory is reputed to hold the secret to corporate eternal life. One of the first companies to test the theory has been motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson.
The company has gone from near-bankruptcy to a fivefold increase in turnover in just over a decade.
With its 1 00th birthday approaching, does Harley-Davidson now represent a model for corporate longevity? Last in the series.
Director David Dawson-Pick
Continuingthe documentary series in which celebrities travel to selected
African destinations to reveal the hidden facts of the continent.
Namibia/South Africa. World famous cricketer Viv Richards ends his personal boycott and greets the new nation of South Africa, where he is welcomed by the Reverend Desmond Tutu. And comedian David Baddiel tries his hand at wildlife reporting while on a surreal safari at the Etosha
National Park in Namibia.
Director John Akomfrah; Series producers Roy
Ackerman and Andrew Snell Stereo Subtitied.2901
♦ See This Week: page 12
Marsabit - Where Eagles Dare to Fly
In the scorching deserts of northern Kenya, there is a secret oasis of life called
Marsabit. A volcanic mountain range with spectacular crater lakes and dense forests, it is an island in the desert for a wealth of wildlife.
But how does this remarkable wilderness remain wet and green, when all around is parched and brown? See today's choices.
Director Reinhard Radke ; BBC presentation
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais.
Another classic episode of the vintage comedy series about the escapades of two young northern lads.
This week's story features an appearance by a young George Layton.
(B/W) (Rpt) (Subtitled)
Followed by Top Gear Take Two
The programme looking at
Britain's heritage and history makes a visit to London's Barts
Hospital with Lucinda Lambton , and follows Lady Barbara Castle on a trip up the River Thames to Kelmscott Manor in Gloucestershire. Presented by KirstyWark. See today's choices.
Series producer Basil Comely; Executive producers Roland Keating and Sally Angel Subtitled . ♦Barbara Castle's Kind of Day: page
Splitsville. With Grace working double shifts at the plant, Nadine finds herself under increasing pressure from the children, Grace and, most of all, Wade.
* See This Week: page 6
The former Gambian leader, Sir Dawda Jawara , established and headed one of the few stable and democratic regimes on the African continent until his overthrow last year in a military coup.
From his exile in Britain, he delivers his thoughts on what Africa really wants from the West.
With Jeremy Paxman.
In tonight's programme, Emma Freud follows some Edinburgh children through the experience of a lifetime as they dance in the Miami City Ballet Company's lavish production of The
Nutcracker. And legendary Hollywood musical director and choreographer Stanley Donen talks about his experiences ofmakingthe films
Singingin the Rain, On the Town and Two for the Road.
12.00 Open View A look at next week's OU programmes. Stereo ..........
12.05am Images of the Cosmos: Jets and Black Holes Cosmic jets are the most impressive "fireworks" in the sky.