6.00 Opening Doors Some Personal
Views - various women talk about their motivating forces. 6130787 6.25
Fibonacci Numbers - how quickly do rabbits breed? Maths has the answer.
6046394 6.50 Bullying: Danger-Children at Play - a theatre company helps schools to explore the problem of bullying. 8664503 7.15 Sam's Story-a girl who attends a secondary school despite multiple disabilities. 4858706 7.40 Fires of Life - why all life on earth needs carbon to survive. 9347874 8.05 The Leathart
Collection - a look at a Victorian industrialist's art collection.
8.30 Age and Identity - how ageing affects the way we think of ourselves and our surroundings.
9.20 Living with Technology: Food - how sustainable are modern farming methods? 2122481 lO.lOThe
Management of NuclearWaste - what stepsare British power stations takingto confront the problems of holding nuclear waste? 5668058 10.35 Who Belongs to Glasgow? - the Scottish city's changing economy and recent tourism programme. Subtitled 2867348 11.00 Mind Readers-do men and women perceive emotions in differentways? 3110348 11.25
Controlling Carnival Crowds - this study of the psychology of crowd behaviourfollows the Notting Hill Carnival.
John Pitman visits Viti Levu in Fiji and Castaway Island.
Oscar-winning biblical epic, opening this week's Saturday
Matinée double bill. Starring
Also starring Yul Brynner , Anne Baxter Found and adopted as a child by the Egyptian Princess Bithiah, the Hebrew Moses is the favourite and apparent heir of the Pharaoh. But Moses's love for
Princess Nefretiti angers the Pharaoh's son. When his true origins are revealed, Moses is banished into the desert.
Director Cecil B DeMille (1956. U) Subtitled. * See Films: pages 42-48 ****
Historical drama concluding the Saturday Matinée double bill offilms starring Charlton Heston
Hawaii at the turn of the century: when his grandfatherdies and his cousin Micah Hale takes overthe family business, Whip Hoxworth sets up his own plantation and is determined to make his fortune on the islands. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Tom Gries (1970) Subt/tled ♦See Films: pages 42-48 *
A Choir for a Day
Sarah Walker and Christopher Warren-Green join a scratch choir of youngsters aged between seven and 20 learning to sing in very different styles in the last offourworkshops for young musicians. Underthe leadership of choral conductors Ronald Corp and Scott Stroman , who introduce their pupils to the basics of breath control and harmonising by ear, the choir progresses from warm-up exercises to performing Handel's Zadok the Priest and the gospel classic Over My Head in just two concentrated rehearsals. Producer Jonathan Fulford ; Executive producer
Bob Lockyer Young Musicians 96: Encore is later at 1.20am Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
Presented by Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley ...............
Documentary series following students at Queen's College, Birmingham, as they prepare for a life in the Church.
Those Pews Are Cruel. On his first day as a minister, former printer and shop steward Jeff Reynolds finds he has been given a funeral to conduct. Has training prepared him for the challenge of leading six churches with elderly congregations? Meanwhile, ex-singer Lucy Winkett, hoping for an inner-city posting after the completion of her training, gets some first-hand experience of the community in the Handsworth area of Birmingham. Directors David Pearson and Ashok Prasad
Producer David Pearson
Highlights from Lord's of today's
Benson and Hedges Cup final between defending champions Lancashire and Northamptonshire. Commentary by Richie Benaud , David Gowerand
Geoffrey Boycott. Hosted by Tony Lewis. Producer Alan Griffiths
Series in which musicians tell the story of rock music - from origins to global domination.
Crossroads. I the early sixties,
Chicago blues is adopted by British listeners and the music of artists such as Muddy Waters gives birth to a succession of new British rhythm-and-blues artists. See today's choices. Directors Karen Walsh and Alan Lewens ; Series producer Hugh Thomson INFORMATION: about the series can be accessed on the Internet at http://www.bbc.co.uk/dancing
First of a six-part award-winning comedy drama set in a psychiatric hospital.
HeyJude. Dreaming of becoming a professional DJ, Eddie reluctantly agrees to resurrect the dilapidated radio station at St Jude's Psychiatric Hospital. See today's choices.
Written by Donna Franceschild ; ProducerChris Parr Director David Blair
Continuing the twice-weekly showing of repeat episodes from the first series.
Scully and Mulder investigate the powers of a mysterious healer.
See today's choices.
The third series of Dance for the Camera, commissioned by the Arts Council of England and BBC2, begins with two very different programmes. Attitude. A dance whose title accurately reflects its bold outlook. Choreographed by RJC Dance Theatre Director Anne Parouty
Never Say Die. A murderous tale that takes place in a ballet school. Choreographer/Director Nigel Charnock
The 2 Dance series continues tomorrow at 11.25pm Stereo.....
Coming of age drama, starring Judy Davis
Simon's Christmas is ruined when he learns that his divorced mother is in hospital. Later, when she arrives at his boarding school, he realises the extent of her problems.
Director Antonio Tibaidi (1992) Stereo .. ♦ See Films: pages 42-48
The series of recitals given by past
Young Musicians finalists continues with oboist Nicholas Daniel , the winner. Accompanied by pianist Julius Drake , he plays pieces by Madeleine Dring , Schumann plus Duologue, a work specially written by Colin Matthews. Director Bob Coles
Followed by Weatherview