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A season of Asian cultural shows.
10.00 Chanakya Continuingthe epic saga set in ancient India. The Magadh establishment is becoming concerned. In Hindi with English subtitles.
10.40 Video Byte Pop videos from the UK, India and Pakistan. Stereo ....
10.50 Network East Sanjay Kapoor , star of the recent film Raja, is interviewed on the Asian arts show. Plus a look at clips from the early 1980s as part of a review of 30 years of the BBC's Asian programming; three Asian cricketers who have made the England under- 1 9 team; and Bollywood lookalikes who star in their own movies.
With Sujata Barot and Sanjeev Bhaskar.
Series producer Paresh Solanki
Films reviewed include the American comedies Nine Months and Canadian
Bacon, and the Italian comedy /I Postino. Shown last Monday on BBC 1
Beginning a double bill of family adventures set in Australia.
Starring Peter Finch
Ronald Lewis , David McCallum
The vast expanses of 1860s Australia are home to the Marston brothers, and outlaw Captain Starlight. In search of adventure, Dick and Jim Marston join their father in the criminal gang.
Director Jack Lee (1957) ♦ See Films: pages 69-76 **
Concludes the double bill of family adventures set in Australia. Starring Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum
1920s: Paddy Carmody and his family are sundowners, travelling around the country working where they can and making home wherever the sun sets. Paddy loves the freedom but his wife Ida and son Sean would like to settle down. The conflict is resolved in an unexpected way.
Director Fred Zinnemann (1960) â¦ See Films: pages 69-76 *****
Oprah asks whether children's behavioural problems stem from parents pampering theiroffspring. Stereo Subtitled .....
Highlights from Thursday's Top of the Pops and hits from the past. Stereo ......
Today's matches at the Crowtree
Leisure Centre, Sunderland, will decide the first playerto qualifyforthe Grand Prix quarter finals. If matches go accordingtotheseedings, world champion Stephen Hendry will be facing the man he beat on the way to winning last month's Scottish Masters, Darren Morgan. Commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo and John Spencer.
Fourth in Andrew Davies 's six-part adaptation of Jane Austen 's novel.
Darcy and Elizabeth are agitated after their last meeting. Darcy's pride forces him to write to Elizabeth to explain his past conduct, while she realises that first impressions are not always right. Shown last Sunday on BBC 1. For part 5 and cast see tomorrow at 9.00pm on BBC 1
* Do put your daughter on the stage, Mrs Worthington : page 35 + Letters: page
Presented by Chris Lowe. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ..............
Tales of Ethnic Cleansing
The town of Knin in the former
Yugoslavia was cleansed of its entire population overjust one weekend in August. Nearly 200,000 Serbs fled from the advancing Croats, the largest one-off migration in Europe since the Second World War.
The refugees, who left with nothing and acknowledge they will never see their homes again, articulate their despair, while the local priest equates the experience with a living hell.
Allan Little visits the town that switched nationality in a day and sees how Croat control has fundamentally changed the area, with new shops, a new mayor, new residents occupying empty properties and even a marriage in the newly reopened Catholic church. Producer Phil Rees ; Editor Keith Bowers
Fifth in a six-part series in which bosses turn a video camera on themselves.
A Tale of Two Chairmen. Mike
Woodhouse is one of Britain's leading industrialists and a passionate believer that investment in the education of young people is fundamental to future British success. When the former deputy chairman of Courtaulds and the current chairman of Rexam PLC took the chair of the Prince's Trust
Volunteers organisation, he brought four decades of experience to the post.
With characteristic zeal, Woodhouse set a target of involving 25,000 unemployed young people per year in the PTV's community projects by the year 2000. The film captures the spirit of an enthusiastic captain of industry who steadfastly refuses to lose faith in an ever-changing world.
Producer Karen Hamilton ; Series producer Bob Long
Favourite movie moments. Writer and director John Milius opts for a clip from Return to Paradise.
Producer Nick Freand Jones The next Close Up is on Monday at 7.55pm ........................
A double bill of plays from the Performance strand. The first is Harold Pinter 's Landscape, written in 1968 and first staged by the Gate Theatre, Dublin, last year. The second is Jim Cartwright 's wry drama Bed. See today's choices.
Harold Pinter 's delicate portrait of the secret life of lovers Beth and Duff.
Producer Simon Curtis and at 9.40
Jim Cartwright 's drama portrays the bittersweet memories of seven very old people who all share the same bed.
DirectorSteveShlll; Producer Kevin Loader
Last of a four-part drama portrayingthe turbulent years of the Watergate crisis, as seen by one man, John Dean. Starring Martin Sheen
Theresa Russell , Rip Torn it is 1973. Forthe first time, people are questioning how aware the president was of the cover-up. His impeachment has now become a very real possibility.
Richard M Nixon:
C Gordon Liddy:
J Edgar Hoover:
John Parrott is expected to face Tony Drago in this third round Grand Prix match from Sunderland. Stereo.
Semifinal highlights from the Brighton Ladies' Championships. Commentary by David Mercer and Virginia Wade.
Hosted by Sue Barker , stereo ..
For details see page 87 ....
Live coverage of the Pacific Grand Prix from Aida, Japan. Michael Schumacher only needs three points to retain the title, but Damon Hill will still be determined to show he can beat him. introduced by Steve Rider. Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine.
Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer Jim Reside
Shown again at 8.00am