6.20 The Art ofthe Restorer
6.45 The Celebrated Cyfarthfa Band 3050823 7.10 Cinemaforthe Ears
5518620 7.35 WayangGoIek The Rod Puppets of West Java
News plus a preview of the weekend's sport from BBC News 24. With Sarah Montague and David Robertson.
Many people leave school convinced that their paths will never again cross with mathematics. But Howard Stableford sets out to demonstrate how maths is an inherent part of everyday life. Plus Professor Ian Stewart setting puzzles and brainteasers.
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Tim Grundy presents the magazine show that explores the male psyche.
10.45 Top Gear
The team decides on the best cars of 1997 from a list that includes the Porsche 911 and the new Corvette. Repeat
Followed by Menzone
Ex-SAS man Frank Collins talks about becoming a padre.
11.20 The Old Grey Whistle Test
Highlights from the music magazine, including performances by Led Zeppelin and Randy Newman. Repeat
Followed by Menzone More with Tim Grundy. Menzone producer Mike Finlason
The fleet is one week into the hazardous fifth leg, from Auckland in New Zealand to Sao Sebastiao in Brazil. Presented by Steve Rider , with Richard Simmonds and Fenella George.
Paul Anderson transforms unlikely objects into furniture. Stereo.......
Film reviews include The Ice Storm.
(Shown last Monday on BBC1)
Murder mystery, showing in the Saturday Matinee season, starnng
Lana Turner , Anthony Quinn
Sheila Cabot murders her husband with the help p of her lover. Then a letter arrives congratulating them on their success.
Director Michael Gordon (1960) * See Films: pages 4&-50 **
The Portrait of Brenda. The Saint investigates a mysterious murder in the music industry. Starring Roger Moore.
First shown on ITV Repeat
England's Dick Ropertakes on Ireland's Denis Birchall in the second singles semi-final. Plus Scotland v Wales in the second brace semi-final as Neil Ross faces Colin Gordon. Hosted by Robin Page. Commentary and course explanation by Gus Dermody.
Highlights from Nagano in Japan of the opening ceremony at the 18th Olympic
Winter Games. Commentary comes from Barry Davies.
Action from the final frames of the first semi-final at the Masters from Wembley.
Presented by David Vine. Stereo.
Series examining the development of modern children's literature through the life and work of famous authors.
Kenneth Grahame wrote the 1908 classic The Wind in the Willows while working at the Bank of England. Readings, clips from performances and contributions from enthusiasts illuminate the story of the book, and how its idealism disguised Grahame's troubled family life and his yearning for a better world.
See today's choices.
With Jon Sopel. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft. .
Live coverage from Wembley
Conference Centre in London of the second semi-final in the prestigious Masters tournament.
Introduced by David Vine.
Commentary by Ray Edmonds , Clive Everton , Jim Meadowcroft ,
John Parrott and Dennis Taylor. Producer Graham Fry
A guest presenter casts a critical eye over the week's press.
US cellist Yo-Yo Ma performs a six-part celebration of the intricate musical techniques used by JS Bach while composing his suites for unaccompanied cello. SixGestures. Maisjoinedby ice-dance champions
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean to interpret Bach's Cello Suite No 6.
Juxtaposed is a narrative from
Tom McCamus who, playing the composer, tells the story of Bach's life. See today's choices. Producer Niv Fichman ; Director
Patricia Rozema The series continues tomorrow at 6.05pm
The comedy series ends with the dawning of Mandy' s wedding day. Martin MATTHEW COTTLE.
Mandy SAMANTHA JANUS , Matthew NEIL STUKE. Archie CRISPIN BONHAM-CARTER .
Rachel TRACY KEATING. Charles ALISTAIR PETRIE
Wntten by Bernadette Davis ; Director John Stroud ; Producer Sioned Wiliam
Shown yesterday Stereo Subtitled.....
The last episode in the senes. Sylvia La Plage. On receiving a postcard, Beach and the team discoverthat within theirthwarted operation lurked a traitor.
Written, directed and produced by Dominic Anciano , Hugo Blick. Ray Burdis
Sgt Dominic de Sade:
Kim Finch alias Boo-Boo:
Head of Interpol:
Last of a four-part drama.
When Love Goes Wrong. While the close-knit estate is being torn apart, Jo Jo discovers the devastating truth behind the death of his beloved father.
Written by Frank Deasy ; Producer Deirdre Keir Director John Mackenzie Shown last
John Joe Jo Jo McCann:
DS Alistair Wright:
Paul Nurse , leading scientist and director-general of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, has devoted his career to helping find a cure for the highly complex disease.
The fund needs a weekly injection of Â£1 million in order to operate and, with only one per cent of this sum coming from the Government, Nurse is also at the forefront of fund-raising. This film follows him as he tries to balance the demands on his time.
Highlights of the third day in what is now the Second Test between the West Indies and England at Port of Spain.
(PDC 11.44-12.15 400229939)
Highlights of today's two semi-finals in the Masters tournament from Wembley, stereo.... (PDC 11.45-12.45 342262)
Marie, a problem teenager, is obsessed with tracking down the father she never met, convinced he is responsible for her mother's death. French with English subtitles. Widescreen.
Director Jean Becker (1994, 15) .. (PDC 12.45-2.50 10120717) * See Films: pages 46-50 **
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