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6.10 Statistical Sciences
7698888 6.35 The Clinical Psychologist Subtitled 3209159 7.00 Lifelines 42975 7.30 Picturingthe Genders-a study oftraditions in art.
The latest news plus a preview of weekend sport from BBC News 24. With
Sarah Montague and Chris Eakin. ...
FlyingMachines. Kate Bellingham looks at the physics of powered flight and explores future possibilities for airtravel. Series producer David Poyser
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A signed review of the past week's news. With Carolyn Nabarro
The UK Schmidt- the First Quarter Century Dr Russell Cannon joins Patrick Moore to discuss findings obtained from the UK Schmidt Telescope in Australia.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 Subtitled ..
Stephen Woodhams prepares an interior-design photo shoot
Comedy, beginning a double bill of Saturday Matinée films about family life. Starring William Powell
New York 1883: Clarence Day Sr is not an easy man to live with - his old-fashioned ideas and high moral standards cause problems for his wife and children.
Director Michael Curtiz (1947) * See Films: pages 42-51 ****
Clarence Day Sr:
Rev Dr Lloyd:
' Drama, concludingtoday
Saturday Matinée double bill.
Starring Rock Hudson , Jean Simmons
The Prohibition era: the owner of California's largest vineyard rules his family with an iron hand. Inevitably, a rebel emerges among the younger members. Widescreen.
Director Henry King (1959) ♦ See Films: pages 42-51
The series chronicling the 20th century. 1929- Breadline. The impact of the worldwide economic depression that struck following the Wall Street Crash.
Repeat The series continues on Monday at 1.30pm
If Max Is So Smart, Why Doesn't He Tell Us Where He Is? Banacek looks into the theft of a super-computer. Starring
George Peppard. Repeat
Sci-fi adventure starringGil
Gerard Thefrozen body of Captain "Buck"
Rogers is picked up in the 25th century by a Draconian mothership. Soon a revived Buck is on a mission to save the Earth.
Director Daniel Haller (1979. 15) ♦ See Films: pages 42-51
With Jon Sopel. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley ....
Professionals reveal how they would handle difficult dilemmas.
Prying and Lying
Are the same privacy rights afforded to everyone when lives come under public scrutiny? Professor Arthur Miller poses imaginary scenarios involving a fictional MP with a secret sex life and a convicted paedophile released back into the community, before guests includingformer High Courtjudge Sir Michael Davies and shadow Health
Secretary Ann Widdecombe explain how they would tackle the various scenarios.
Producer Shelley Rohde
Series editor Robin Kent Subtitled...
The series concludes tomorrow at 8pm with a look at foreign policy
Profiling objects brought to Britain by West Indians in the fifties.
The Front Room. Traditionally the heart of the West Indian home, the front room is often cluttered with photos, ornaments and mementos proudly displayed.
Director Marcus Ryder ; Executive producer Debbie Christie Black Firsts continues the Windrush Season tomorrow at 7.50pm
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For five decades, Nobel prize-winning author Saul Bellow has drawn inspiration from America's urban landscape for many of his works, including the acclaimed Adventures of Augie March.
The youngest son of Russian immigrants, Bellow was born in Montreal and moved with his family to Chicago when he was nine. Intonight's Bookmark, he talks to fellow author
Martin Amis-who regards 83-year-old Bellow as the greatest living American writer- about how
America, and being American, has shaped his life, and the essence of being a writer. The programme also contains dramatisations and readings from many of Bellow's works. Director/Producer Sarah Aspinall
The work of comedy writer Johnny Speight - who died last month - is celebrated in an evening introduced by Warren Mitchell.
See today's choices See This Week: page 7
9.05 For Richer, for Poorer
An insight into Speight's work with tributes from friends and colleagues including Eric Sykes and Spike Milligan and clips of Speight's material performed by Frankie Howerd and Arthur Haynes. Producer Nick Kenton
9.40 Till Death Us Do Part
A 1972 episode of Speight's comedy in which Alf Gamett rages about house prices, the unions, and a ham-sandwich shortage.
Producer Dennis Main Wilson
10.10 The Tea Ladies
In this 1979 BBC Comedy Playhouse, two tea ladies rule the roost in the House of Commons canteen. Starring Dandy Nichols, Patricia Hayes and Mollie Sugden.
Written by Ray Galton and Johnny Speight Producer Dennis Main Wilson
10.40-11.10pm The Lady Is a Tramp
An episode from Speight's 1983 Channel 4 comedy series starring Patricia Hayes and Pat Coombs as two tramps who learn that their wasteground home is to become a car park. Director Dennis Main Wilson ; Producer William G Stewart
Johnny Speight: a Tribute Executive producer Tony Moss
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' Martin Scorsese 's Oscar-winning drama, based on the life of boxer
Jake La Motta. Starring Robert De Niro 1941: Jake La Motta becomes a world title contenderwith a string of brutal victories. But marriage to a teenager sends both his life and career into a downward spiral. Widescreen.
(1980,18) Black and white/Colour
♦ See Films: pp 42-51 ***** ♦ See Barry Norman : page 38
Jake La Motta:
Vickie La Motta:
Joey La Motta:
Animation. Robin's first date with a beautiful woman is ruined when she insists her son and her friend Bebe's three children accompany them. Director Bruce Smith (1992. PG)
* See Films: pages 42-51
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