6.00 Learningfor All: Rich Maths Activities Subtitled 8637295 6.25
Computing: Being Objective
6.50 Organic Chemists 5155818 7.15 Traffic Futures: Models or Muddles?
9758547 7.40 Science: The Search for theWandZ2922189 8.05 Biology: Problems with Ions 4632498 8.30
Culture and Society in Victorian Britain 8185295 8.55 Palazzo Venezia , Rome 8197030 9.20 The Developing World:
Lessons from Kerala 3291276 9.45 The World's Best Athlete? 2896672 10.10 The Publicity of Oxygen 2706491 10.35 StartingTeaching 5043189 11.00
11.25 Horses for Courses: An
Evolutionary Radiation 9739295 11.50 Ouverture: Plus Ca Change
In the last of the weekly wildlife series,
Simon King looks forward to autumn and discovers earthstars and beetle galleries. Shown last Tuesday Stereo ..................
More news from New York as Garry Kasparov reaches the halfway point in his battle to retain the Intel World Chess
Championship title againstthe challenger, India's VishyAnand. PeterSnow presents the week's highlights...................
Comedy, first in a double bill from director Frank Tashlin.
Starring Jerry Lewis , Glenda Farrell
A would-be doctor, working as an orderly in a private hospital, causes havoc in his well-meaning attempts to help the sick.
(1964) ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 75-80
Dr Jean Howard:
Rock'n'roll comedy, concluding the double bill of Frank Tashlin films. Starring
Jayne Mansfield, Tom Ewell
Tom Miller, a small-time theatrical agent, is given the task of turning glamorous Jerri Jordan into a top rock 'n' roll personality. Showing in widescreen format. Featuring Julie London, Ray Anthony, Barry Gordon, Fats Domino, the Platters, Little Richard, Gene Vincent, the Treniers, the Chuckles, Johnny Olenn, Nino Tempo, Eddie Cochran, Abbey Lincoln, Eddie Fontaine
(1956) FILM REVIEWS pages 75-80
Stay Tooned! at 5.30pm on BBC 1 looks at Frank Tashlln's animated work
Personalities choose theirfavourite movie moment. Today, directorTerence Davies on the musical Gypsy. Stereo........
Guests, includingfemale impersonator
RuPaul, reveal how they made the bigtime.
Highlights from Thursday's Top of the Pops and some hitsfromthe past.
The International Open Indoor Bowls Championship from the Preston Guild Hall. Dougie Donnelly introduces action from this afternoon's semi-finals. Commentary by Jimmy Davidson , David Rhys-Jones ,
Mal Hughes , John Bell and David McGill.
EditorGerardLane Stereo .................
First in Andrew Davies 's six-part adaptation of Jane Austen 's novel. There is great excitement in the neighbourhood of Longbourn when it is learned that Netherfield Hall has been rented by Bingley, "a young, single man of large fortune". MrsBennetis anxious to marry off one of herfive daughters to him. But every mother in the district has the same idea.
Shown last Sunday on BBC 1. For part 2 and cast see tomorrow at 9.00pm on BBC 1
Presented by Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Second of a two-part Money Programme special exploring working life in Britain. The technological revolution has arrived, but are we to be its masters or servants? Michael Robinson reports on how technology is invading the workplace and asks what will replace the old certainties, such as a career structure and a job for life? Personal stories in the programme include that of Nick Hill , who lost his job but is now a computer systems designerworking from home. Stuart Macdonald yearned to return to his family croft in the Hebrides when he was working as a research chemist in Glasgow. Now he has the best of both worlds by farming sheep and cutting peat, while earning his living workingfor a San Francisco database publisher.
Producer David Akerman ; Executive producer
Jane Ellison TRANSCRIPTS: for details phone (0 181) [number removed].
Second in a series of six programmes in which bosses turn a video camera on themselves.
One Step Ahead. Derek Deane 's arrival as the new Artistic Director of English
National Ballet signalled the departure of one-fifth of the dancers. Reviews were poor, morale was low and the standard of dance was, in Deane's opinion, just not up to scratch. His aim was to rebuild ENB and make it the best touring ballet company in the world. See today's choices.
Producer Edi Smockum; Series producer Bob Long
Comedy series about four work-shy students sharing a house where chaos reigns and the surreal is commonplace. Bomb. Mark and Samantha decide to have a tea party, and the vicartries out his new chain saw.
With Dexys Midnight Runners.
Written by Ben Elton , Rik Mayalland Use Mayer
Producer Paul Jackson
An off-beat romantic comedy about the complex relationships between the inhabitants of a Glasgow tenement block. The final film in the Love Bites trilogy. See today's choices.
Written and directed by David Kane; Producer lan Madden Stereo Subtitled ......... â™¦ See This Week: page 12
Young woman in Dole:
Young man in Dole:
First of a four-part drama portraying the Watergate crisis as seen by one man, John Dean.
Starring Martin Sheen
31 March 1973. John Dean , special counsel to the President, calls a meeting with his attorney. He's decided the time has come to explain all he knows about Watergate. See today's choices.
Richard M Nixon:
C Gordon Liddy:
J Edgar Hoover:
L Patrick Gray:
Jeb Stuart Magruder:
Dougie Donnelly introduces highlights from both semi-final matches in the International Open.