6.20 Pilgrimage -the Shrine at Loreto - a tourofthe pilgrimage site. Repeat
6.45 Science -Practically Speaking Repeat 5419629 7.10 The Emergence of Greek
Mathematics Repeat 3566342 7.35 History -What Is Its Future? Repeat
A series from Open University exploring aspects of life from different perspectives. The Great Imposition. Brenda Emmanus explores the impact and legacy of colonisation and empire-building.
Open Sunday is tomorrow at 7.25am.
Executive producer Chris Palmer Stereo........ INFORMATION: call (01604) [number removed]forafree brochure, and see Ceefax page 617. The internet address is: http://www.open.ac.uk/saturday/
Documentary revealing the miniature monsters that lurk beneath the surface of aduckpond. Repeat
A short film about a woman who sings for a fish company's advertisingcampaign.
Black and white Repeat
Musical, concluding the short season of Busby Berkeleychoreographed films. Starring
Warner Baxter , Bebe Daniels
Julian Marsh is a celebrated Broadway directorwhose failing health is forcing him to leave the business. Determined to go out with a great success, he begins rehearsals for his new show Pretty Lady. Julian Marsh WARNER BAXTER. Dorothy Brock BEBE DANIELS.
Peggy Sawyer RUBY KEELER , Billy Lawler DICK POWELL. Pat Denning GEORGE BRENT
Director Lloyd Bacon (1933. U) Black and white..... * See Films: pages 48-52
Films reviewed include Michael, The Phantom and Grace of My Heart.
Shown last Monday on BBC1 Stereo Subtitled.....
Adventure, the first in a Saturday Matinee double bill ot films starring Robert Wagner
Mike and his son Tony Petrakis , sponge-fishers off Florida, decide to defy danger and dive in the treacherous 12-Mile Reef. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Robert D Webb (1953) ♦ See Rims: pages 48-52 **
Adventure, the second in a Saturday Matinée double bill starring Robert Wagner
Also starring Janet Leigh , James Mason
When the treacherous Sligon takes power, Prince Valiant flees Scandia to train as a Knight of the Round Table. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Henry Hathaway (1954) ♦ See Rims: pages 48-52 **
Classic western starring
Jeffrey Hunter , Natalie Wood
John Ford 's masterpiece tells the story of Ethan Edwards and his five-year search forthe last surviving member of his murdered family- ayounggirl.Showingin widescreen format. Ethan Edwards
JOHN WAYNE. Martin Pawley JEFFREY HUNTER,
Debbie Edwards NATALIE WOOD , Laurie Jorgensen VERA MILES, Sam Clayton WARD BOND
(1956, U) ♦ See Rims: pages 48-52 *****
In the Florida Everglades alligators dominate pools teeming with wildlife.
As the summerdrought takes hold, the pools become ever more important. The alligators are crowded together and occasionally fatal fighting breaks out. Presented by David Attenborough. First shown in Wildlife on One.
Producer Bernard Walton
Repeat Stereo Subtitled .....................
Presented by Moira Stuart. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
French Guiana is the richest country in South America. As it is officially part of Europe and offers the same social security benefits as France, it exerts a powerful attraction on manyofthe continent's poor. Reporter
Kevin Connolly looks at how the border police officials are trying to stem the tide of immigrants into the country.
The programme also follows former
Soviet dissident Anatoly Sharanskyto Russia as he makes his first journey back since being expelled 11 years ago. Plus a report by David Sells from Berlin on a row over a street name that is exposingdeep rifts between the former East and West Germanys.
Editor Keith Bowers
At London's Savoy Hotel freelance journalist and author Russell Davies hosts the 40th annual What the Papers Say awards ceremony, which recognises excellence in newspaperjoumalism. Labour Party leader Tony Blair hands outthetrophies in such categories as best columnist and best newspaper. Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Brian Blake
Second of three documentaries examining international brands and the visions of those who control them.
Heinz- Has Beanz? Heinz, makers of baby food, baked beans, ketchupand other convenience foods, isfacinga challenge to reinvent its image. The brand has represented variety, quality and the family for over a century but in the face of an increasingly competitive market it is struggling to be seen as contemporary. The documentary follows chairman Tony O'Reilly as he plans the 1996 marketing campaign.
Series producer Peter Swain ....
The rerun of writer Johnny Speight's classic sitcom continues with an episode first shown in 1974.
The concluding episode in the dramatisation of Joseph Conrad 's classic novel. r StarringColin Firth
Albert Finney , Serena Scott Thomas The Lighthouse. Nostromo's efforts save Charles from death, and Sulaco achieves independence. See today's choices.
Written by John Hale : Producer Fernando Ghia
Director Alastair Reid BBC VIDEO: a double video of Nostromo is available from retailers, price £19.99
Colonel Sotillo JOAQUIM:
Comedy-drama starring Holly Hunter, Beau Bridges
Texas housewife Wanda Holloway is a church-going mother who dreams of her daughter becoming a school cheerleader. When another girl wins the coveted position, Wanda resorts to plotting murder.
Director Michael Ritchie (1993,15) See Films: pages 48-52 ***
Second of six documentaries exploring aspects of music from around the world, introduced by Tracey MacLeod. Paris Musette
Bal musette is accordion-based folk music which was prevalent in Paris and its suburbs during the inter-waryears. In Jean Pierre Beaurenaut 's documentary, accordionist Marcel Azzola interviews those who recall the heydeyof the lively music, as well as some of its modern-day exponents.
Producer Andy King: Executive producer
Avril MacRory Stereo ............................
International rock and pop music, featuring Puffy from Japan, Australia's Silverfish and Unique 3 from Austria.
Followed by Weatherview