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Health Visiting and the Family
Angelica Kauffman RA 6292310 7.40 Electrons and Atoms 7309778 8.05 The Albert Memorial 1132223 8.30 Women, Children and Work 2121407 9.20
Languages for Learning 7837440 9.45
Our Health in Our Hands 8131136 10.10
Just in Time? Restructuring Corporate America Subtitled 5042440 11.00 Global
Tourism Subtitled 4175339 11.25ATaleof FourCities 5302117 11.50 insights into Violence
The Wright Brothers and the Aeroplane The story of how, after many centuries of failed attempts by mankind, Wilbur and Orville Wright achieved manned flight.
Their "Ottomotor" provided the necessary push and the first, historic, motorised departure from the Earth was made in 1903. It lasted 12seconds. Rpt...
Oscar-winningWestem adventure, openingthis week's
Saturday Matinée and first in a double bill of films by John Huston.
Starring Humphrey Bogart Walter Huston
Three itinerant Americans get caught up in the Mexican gold rush and soon strike it rich. But their success is marred by a growingfeeling of mistrust, instigated by the greed of the rapacious Dobbs.
(1948.PG) B/W .... ♦ See Films: pages 51-56 *****
Adventure, concluding this week's Saturday Matinée and second in a double bill of films from
John Huston. Starring Gregory Peck
In 1840, ayoungsailorsignsupon the whaling ship Pequod, whosecaptain,
Ahab, has a single obsession - to wreak vengeance on the monstrous white whale that took off his leg.
(1956, PG) * See Films: pages 51-56 ***
Day one coverage of the World Snooker Championship from the Crucible
Theatre, Sheffield. Peter Ebdon made one of the sport's most memorable
Crucible debuts when, four years ago, he dumped six-times World Champion Steve Davis out of the tournament in the first round. The irrepressible
Londoner will not lack for confidence as he begins his title quest against New Zealand's world number 18
Dene O'Kane. The othertable features
Stoke's Dave Harold in his match with former World Championship semi-finalist Neal Foulds. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Ray Edmonds ,
John Spencer , John Virgo and Dennis Taylor. Hosted by David Vine. Stereo.
BBC Moscow correspondent
Rob Parsons delivers a bleak insight into the harsh lives of the city's street youngsters. In the chaos of post-communist Russia, thousands of Moscow children have turned to crime in a desperate struggle to survive. One 15-year-old Parsons meets has turned to prostitution while a penal colony for teenagers he visits is so grossly underfunded he is asked fora donation. The number of youngsters involved in theft, violence and prostitution is so great that the city's police force is stretched to breaking point. Many of the young people are on the run from their families, half of whom now live below the poverty line. Police trawl Moscow's railway stations for runaways who will be detained briefly before returningto life on the streets.
George Alagiah reports on the last of South Africa's Kalahari bushmen, whose yearningto reclaim theirancient lands is being hampered by the erosion oftheirtraditions by modem influences. Cultural expert Kate Andrews , who is campaigningon their behalf, visits their former homeland, now a wildlife park where people have been displaced to accommodate animals.
Editor Keith Bowers ; Deputy editor Fiona Murch
Opening a four-part documentary portrait of Franklin Delano Roosevelt , arguably one of the greatest
American presidents and an outstanding figure of the 20th century. The Centre of the World. Following his formative years as the adored child of a wealthy family, the young Franklin is persuaded by his influential motherto pursue political ambitions. Meanwhile, he falls in love with another strong woman, Eleanor. The relationship they strike up is one that will not always run smoothly. See today's choices.
The satirical and irreverent news quiz returns foran eight-part series. Host Angus Deayton is joined by team
captain Ian Hislop , plus David Ashby , MP, and comedian Eddie Izzard.
Shownyesterday Stereo Subtitled ........
Further action from the World Snooker
Championship. Stephen Hendry continues the defence of his title against Jason Ferguson , the world number 29. Also, outstandingyoung talent Ronnie O'Sullivan takes on Canadian qualifier Alain Robidoux. Director John Watts ; Editor Rick Waumsley
Seventhin a nine-part series. The Parole Hearing of Patricia
Krenwinkel. A member of the notorious
Charles Manson "family", Patricia
Krenwinkel was arrested in 1969 and charged - along with Manson and other members of his clan - with a series of seven sadistic, ritualistic murders that took place in Los Angeles overa period of two days. Amongthe dead was Sharon Tate, actress and eight-months pregnant wife of film directorRoman Polanski.
Krenwinkel was sentenced to death for her part in the murders, but a year later California abolished the death penalty and her sentence was commuted to life. After 25 years in prison, she appeared before a parole board that had the powerto grant her freedom. Sue Ellicott reports on how the parole board decided whether a quarter of acentury behind bars is sufficient punishment forthis crime. Producer Angie Kaye; Series producer
Janey Walker Stereo Subtitled ..........
The last in a series of programmes taken from last year's eclectic music shows hosted by Jools Holland.
Icelandic singer Bjork performs with orchestra and harpsichord, soul legend Isaac Hayes talks and plays at the piano with Jools, plus trip-hop star Tricky, top Liverpool band the Boo Radleys, a rare solo appearance by eighties rocker Graham Parker , and Brazilian drum orchestra Olodum.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
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