8.20 Malaysia / Used to Work in the Fields 1270898
8.45 Renewable Energies Subtitled 9517633
9.35 Open Advice Science Skills
A season of Asian cultural shows.
10.00 Chanakya The epic saga set in ancient India continues. Vishnu Gupta's plan to set up a large school starts a political crisis. In Hindi with English Subtitles. Stereo.
10.40 Video Byte Pop videos from the UK, India and Pakistan. Stereo.
10.50 Network East Increasing numbers of Asian women are entering the world of business. Today's programme profiles three very different Asian women at work. With Sujata Barot and Sanjeev Bhaskar. Stereo. WRITE to: Golden Oldie, Network East, [address removed] if you would like yourfavourite singer featured.
11.20 Bollywood or Bust! Movie quiz hosted by Mo Dutta. COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (calls cost 39p per minute cheap rate, 49p per minute at all other times. Line open until midnight Wednesday).
Including reviews of To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar and Jade. Shown last Monday on BBC1
First in a double bill of films about real-life war heroes, starring James Cagney
The story of Admiral William F Halsey Jr, who rose from service in Guadalcanal to commander of the South Pacific area.
Director Robert Montgomery (1960) B/W ... * See Films: pages 63-70 **
Admiral William F Halsey Jr:
Lt Commander Andy Lowe:
Captain Harry Black:
Lt Commander Roy Webb:
Captain Frank Enright:
Major General Roy Geiger:
MajorGeneral Archie Vandegrift:
Second in a double bill of films about real-life war heroes, starring Kenneth More.
After a disastrous flying accident, doctors expect Douglas Bader to die but his determination and courage overcome incredible odds.
Director Lewis Gilbert (1956) B/W ? See Films: pages 63-70 ****
Esther Rantzen talks to adults who have never known their biological fathers.
Oprah's guests today are Apollo 13 stars Tom Hanks, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinese and Kathleen Quinlan.
Highlights from Thursday's Top of the Pops and hits from the past.
Producer Ric Blaxill
The return of the sheepdog trials series, featuring coverage of the first
English national heat at Tindale Tarn in Cumbria. Introduced by Robin Page with commentary by Gus Dermody. Director Ian Russell ; Producer Joy Corbett
Presented by Huw Edwards. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Sense of Betrayal
When Russian soldiers finally left Afghanistan in 1989, American interest in the region waned. But the dangerous legacy of US influence in the war was an enormous supply of arms to Islamic fighters and a revival of the concept of Jihad - Holy War. As Stephen Sackur reports, neighbouring Pakistan is now a haven for Muslim militants who feel betrayed by the West and are prepared to die in any Jihad.
Producer Farah Durrani ; Editor Keith Bowers
Enoch Powell was regarded as the most controversial Tory of his time. Notorious for his "rivers of blood" speech on immigration, some saw him as a political hero, others as a racist bigot. Powell talks candidly to reporter Michael Cockerell, who reveals the private man behind the public figure.
Favourite movie moments. Director Bob Rafelson chooses the 1949 war movie Twelve O'Clock High. Producer Nick Freand Jones The next Close Up is on Sunday at 2.00pm
A series of provocative films about contemporary art and culture.
Tonight's film examines the life and work of New York-based photographer Nan Goldin. This documentary contains some bad language, and sequences which have a sexual content and reflect the gay scene and drug culture of seventies New York. See today's choices.
Written and directed by Edmund Coulthard and Nan Goldin ; Producer Adam Barker
The new Screen Two season opens with a star-studded cast in a film combining mystery and romantic comedy.
Leaving her home and family in the West Indies, Gabriel Angel embarks on a cruise liner bound for England during the 1950s in the hope of becoming female aviator. See today's choices.
Written by Jeanette Winterson
Producer Philippa Giles ; Director Beeban Kidron
Professor Rex Goodyear:
Doctor Angela Bead:
Miss Gwendoline Quim:
Gabriel as a child:
Melvyn Bragg and Mike Yarwood join Paul Merton and Ian Hislop in the news quiz. Presented by Angus Deayton. Shown yesterday Stereo.
Tonight's particularly star-studded edition includes Pulp - complete with a 16-piece orchestra - Morrissey, Randy Newman, Luther Vandross (accompanied solely by Jools at the piano), and Crowded House twins Neil and Tim Finn.
Director Janet Fraser Crook
Producer Mark Cooper
* See This Week: page 12
Nick Nolte , Lane Smith r Lee Umstetter , an apparently hopeless lifer" in the notorious San
Quentin prison, nses above his depair by forming an inmates'theatre group. Lee Umstetter NICK NOLTE , Claude LANE SMITH ,
Burt the Booster WILLIAM FORSYTHE ,
Navarro JOHN TOLES-BEY , Carmine JOE MANTEGNA
Director John Hancock (1987) Stereo .... * See Films: pages 63-70 ***
Lee Umstetter Nick
Comedy sketch show..............
Live coverage of the Australian Grand Prix from Adelaide, the final Formula One race of the season. Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmerand
Alan Jones. Introduced by Steve Rider. Producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer Jim
Reside Stereo ............................ The whole race can be seen again at 8.00am