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Centre 3273088 7.15 Slaves and Noble
Savages 4023972 7.40 Man-Made Macromolecules 1216392 8.05 The
Great Exhibition A Lesson in Taste?
6118330 8.30 Serjeant Musgrave at the Court 8370381 8.55 Sexual Selection andSpeciation 5320066 9.20 A Matter of Resource 3671408 10.10 Energyfrom Waste 1359408 10.35 Evaluating
Pre-School Education 8683576 11.00
11.25VisioninginAction 4678408 11.50 ALanguageforMovement
Practical ways to find and watch wild animals, insects and birds, presented by Simon King. This week, a look at the polecat, swimming with seals in Scotland and tracking wild otters.
Shownyesterday Stereo .....................
The Horns of a Dilemma
Short documentary film about the poachingof rhino horn, a commodity prized throughout the world......
Action adventure, first in a Saturday Matinée double bill of films starring Gary Cooper
Also starring Franchot Tone
India, the North-West Frontier: a young lieutenant ofthe Bengal Lancers is captured by a rebel border chief. Things look hopeless when two fellow Lancers who have penetrated the rebels' stronghold are also taken prisoner.
Director Henry Hathaway (1935) B/W ... * See Films: pages 51-60 ****
Emir of Gopal:
Major Gen Woodley:
Saturday Matinée double bill starring Gary Cooper
Also starring Mari Aldon
Captain Quincy Wyatt leads a daring raid through treacherous Florida swamplands to quell a Seminole Indian uprising.
Director Raoul Walsh (1951) ♦See Films: pages 51-60 ***
Captain Quincy Wyatt:
General Zachary Taylor:
Live coverage from Edgbaston of the final session of play on the third day of the First Test between England and India. Introduced by Tony Lewis , with commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoffrey Boycott , David Gowerand Ravi Shastri. Highlights of today's play can be seen at
1 1.45pm on BBC 1.
David Gowerand Ravi
The review series that keeps a critical eye on the British press. Tonight's programme is presented by Jonathan Cooper of the Daily Mirror.
Producer Brian Blake
Presented by Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill .............
In this Scrutiny film, a group of British MPs attempts to resolve a problem of global proportions - how to reconcile the aims of worldwide free trade with environmental protection. Sarah Harrison follows the Environment
Select Committee in its search for answers. From a DIY store in London to the tropical rainforests of Malaysia, the MP investigators lookforways for Britain to help save the world.
Producer Mark Hedgecoe ; Editor Anne Tyerman
Shoes off, Hands on The second in a series of four workshops for young musicians.
Sarah Walker explores three types of Asian musicflourishing in Britain - gamelan, bhangraand Indian classical - and looks at teaching methods. She joins young people at London's Royal Festival Hall as they get to grips with Indonesian gamelan; she meets the bhangra band Sansaarin Bradford as they prepare to perform at a wedding; and at the Bhavan Centre in London she tries her hand at the tabla and sits in on masterclasses in dance and sitar.
A series of Young Musicians recitals starts tonight at 2.05am. Music from last week's Young Composers workshop can be heard earliertoday, at
3.45pm, and next Saturday on Radio 3. Producer Simon Broughton ; Executive producer
BobLockyer Stereo ......................... Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE: there is afeature on the Young Musicians workshops in the June edition of the magazine, available at£4.25 from newsagents.
A chance to see an episode of the classic comedy, starring Wilfrid Brambell and Harry H Corbett.
Without Prejudice. Harold dreams of a better life awayfrom west London. Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Producer Duncan Wood
Last in the series of the satirical news quiz. Hosted by Angus Deayton.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Colin Swash
Shownyesterday Stereo Subtitled ...... BBC BOOK: Have I Got News for You is available from booksellers.
Drama set in Belfast, asking whether it is possible to have peace with justice. Starring
Amanda Burton, Kevin McNally
Rosie Williams is haunted by the murder of her husband 12 years previously. Her teenage son John is heading for a life of delinquency fuelled by revenge. Then, he meets Billy McVea, who runs a boxing gym, affecting all their lives. See today's choices.
Written by Graham Reid; Producers Robert Cooper. Anthony Rowe : Director John Woods
# The price of peace: page 24
Roisin (Rosie) Willis:
Sinn Fein spokesman:
The eclectic music show hosted by pianist Jools Holland. The guests include rock legend Patti Smith , New Zealand's Crowded House, Northern Ireland's pop threesome Ash and US hip-hop trio the Fugees.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
Drama, continuing the season of films by the great film director Luis Bunuel , starring
Laurent Terzieff , Paul Frankeur
A pairof vagrants, Jean and Pierre, decide to walk from Paris to the shrine of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Their pilgrimage becomes a trip through the history of heresy as the pilgrims slip through time and space. In French with English subtitles. (1968,15) ......................................
* See Films: pages 51-60 *****
Followed by Weatherview
First in a series of recitals given by past Young Musicians finalists, celebrating ten years of the competition.
Tonight, clarinet player Michael Collins , a finalist in 1978, plays music by Stravinsky and Weber, accompanied by pianist Kathryn Stott.
Director Bob Coles