6.20 Women's Issues 2950859 6.45
Women and Organisations
7.10 Richard II 2810743 7.35Adult
A portrait of a major architect of the natural world. Rpt ........................
A look at the marriage of John Beaies and Lucette, a girl from Algiers.
Drama, adaptated from a Joseph Conrad novel, starring
Discredited in a Far Eastern port, Peter Willems is given a fresh opportunity, but soon proves to be his own worst enemy.
Director Carol Reed (1951) B/W * FILM REVIEWS pages 37-42
Journey to a New Life. The transmigration programme aimed to move people from
Java to less populated areas........
Animated adventure. Stereo .......
The team falls into a trap.
Shown on Sunday at 6.25pm on BBC 1
Final episode. Rpt Stereo Subtitled.
Nuclearfission, discovered by physical chemist Otto Hahn in 1938.........
Indian Rice Pudding. Ian Parmenter makes a delicate dessert
Regional News and Weather
Followed by Come Dancing
Shown on Monday at 11.55pmonBBCI
Exploring Chartwell in Kent and Polesden Lacey in Surrey. Rpt ......................
Regional News and Weather
With Martyn Lewis.
Esther Rantzen discusses exams, with guests James Whale and Tom O'Connor.
An evening meeting, featuring races at
5.20,5.50 and 6.20. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Jim McGrath and Jimmy Lindley , with reports from
Jonathan Powell. Introduced by Julian Wilson and Clare Balding.
ProducerWendySheppard Stereo ...
Rascals. A bizarre molecular mishap in transportertransit brings Jean-Luc, Ro, Keiko and Guinan back to the Enterprise as 12-year-olds children.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Commander William Riker:
Lt Commander Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
Jenny Saville - Flesh and Blood
Fresh from an outstanding debut at
London's Saatchi Gallery, Jenny Saville has become one of Britain's most celebrated young artists. This programme examines her arresting images of larger-than-life female nudes which challenge the viewer's perception of beauty.
Director Nicola Black ; Executive producer May Miller First shown on BBC Scotland Stereo Subtitled .
V The fourth of six programmesabout momentous events, made under the editorial control of the public.
Making Sense of the Nonsense
In May 1991 Paul Duffus converted to Islam. He describes the experience as the equivalent of being born. But his decision set him at odds with his family and in particularwith his father, a Pentecostal minister. In this film he struggles to make them understand his choices and his religion. See today's choices.
Director Jackie Osei-Tutu ; Series producer
DebbieChristie Subtitled ......................
Another chance to see the ten-part series of recipes for summer meals.
A Fruitful Summer. Delia shows how to make fluffy meringues flavoured with caramel, fromage frais strawberry cheesecake and vanilla cream terrine.
Producer Caroline Hawkins ; Executive producer
FrancesWhitaker Rpt Stereo Subtitled .
See Delia Smith : page 26
The third in a five-part series.
Wounds of War. In September Tony Redmond took anotherteam of British doctors into Sarajevo. At the time, the ceasefire was still holding but the city was tense and full of uncertainty.
More than half of Sarajevo's doctors have been killed or have managed to escape. Those left behind struggle on, with very little hope forthe future.
Producer Emma Bowman ; Series producer
This week, Simon Kinggoes in search of giant slow worms on Flat Holm in the Bristol Channel, stalks the ninja terrapins of Cardiff City and combs the streams of Gloucestershire for insects that build mobile homes from gravel.
Producers Phil Chapman and Peter Bassett ; Series producer Mike Beynon Repeated next Saturday
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The chance to enjoy another classic encounter from the satirical news quiz with the tenth programme from the third series. Guests putting themselves in the firing line are
Norman Willis and Cecil Parkinson.
They join captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop , and chairman Angus Deayton. Director John F D Northover; Producer
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Topical news analysis, featuring interviews and debate on the stories behind the headlines. Presented by PeterSnOW. Subtitled .................
Tonight's programme of highlights from the Edinburgh Festival features Mark Morris , infamous dancerand choreographerwho presents his kitsch version of The Nutcracker, called A
Hard Nut. Plus YvetteBozsik performs the dance of a woman locked in a room with yellow wallpaper, Russian diva Galina Gorchakova sings and comic actor Steve Martin is spotted.
12.00 King Lear: Workshop 2
A look at the language used by King
Lear, and how it relates to the themes of the play, as demonstrated in the storm scene.............................
12.25 am Berlin - Unemployment and the Family
The first of two programmes looking at the welfare state in a re-unified
Germany. Subtitled ...................