6.20 The Art of the Restorer
1960438 6.45 The Celebrated Cyfarthfa Band subtitled 2210186 7.10 Cinema forthe Ears Subtitled 63894577.35 WayangGoIek - Puppeteers of West Java
Chris Eakin and Jane Hill present a news and sports roundup.........................
Rap poet Benjamin Zephaniah on his love Of classic cars. Repeat
Flights of Fancy. Howard Stableford explores feats of engineering including the Chirk and Pontcysyllte aqueducts on the Shropshire Union Canal and the Millennium Dome in Greenwich, London....................
And at 10.35 Cyber Art -Technosphere
Digital art on the internet. Repeat. FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline (calls charged at national rate), Ceefax page 626. or website www.open.ac.uk/saturday
Lara Crooks hosts the programme for deaf and hard-of-hearing people. With signing and in-vision subtitles... WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
Writer Johnny Speight describes a pivotal moment in his life. Repeat ..........
Followed by WiWvision Birds in courtship.
Guest chef AldoZilli prepares a pasta dish - pappardelle with duck ragout.
Shown last Monday Subtitled ............ CEEFAX: page
The first British animated feature film, based on the novel by George Orwell. Farmer Jones's animals revolt against their cruel owner and, led by the pigs Napoleon and Snowball, begin running the farm. Voiced by Maurice Denham and narrated by Gordon Heath. Directors John Halas , Joy Batchelor (1954, U)
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Saturday Matinée drama based on a true story, starring
Max Pomeranc , Joe Mantegna
Joan Allen , Ben Kingsley
A seven-year-old boy, obsessed with chess master Bobby Fischer , shows an aptitude forthe game and is trained to be a chess champion himself. Widescreen.
Director StevenZaillian (1993, PG)
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What people living on their own eat, and a breakfastfavourite.
The first singles semi-final from Llanfair Talhaiarn in Conwy. Plus the first in a series on training sheepdogs with Thomas Longton. Presented by Robin Page. Commentary by Gus Dermody.
Digitalwidescreen Subtitled .............
One Moment of Humanity. Helena and Tony start teaching on a robot planet where the inhabitants wish to be human.
Written by Tony Barwick
Fi rst shown on ITV Subtitled 2615
Anotherdiverse selection of archive music, including songs by Bronski Beat , Bob Marley , Sheryl Crow and Sham 69.
Introduced by Steve Wright. ........ Top of the Pops is Friday at 7. 30pm on BBC1
The special programmes covering the World Alpine Skiing championships continue with I ive coverage of the men's s downhill from Colorado. The Austrians are in a strong position to dominate the event, held on the Birds of Prey course, although formerwinner Italy's Kristian Ghedina remains a threat. Plus highlights of the women's combined event.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine , with Graham Bell. Commentary byJulianTutt, Matt Chilton and Martin Bell. Highlights of the men's event are within Sunday Grandstand at 1.30pm.
Producer Jonathan Bramley ; Series producer Paul Davies Digital widescreen.
Presenter Jane Standley looks at the risingcrime rate in South Africa as seen through the eyes of a black teenager, Lucky, and his friends from suburban
Johannesburg. Unemployed, directionless and lured by crime and drugs, they feel disillusioned with life in the post-apartheid era. As a sometime defence-unit memberwho helped protect his violent township, Lucky must now choose between education and a life of crime.
From Algiers, Phil Rees takes stock of the deteriorating relations between government forces and Islamic militants, enemies in a civil warthat has claimed 80,000 lives in Algeria in just seven years. In America, Tom Brook reports on the people being surveyed around the clock with webcams, cameras linked through home computers to project images on the internet. Editor Fiona Murch ; Series editor
LucyHetherington Subtitled ....
Allison Pearson , a regular pundit on Late Review and columnist for the London Evening Standard, reflects on how the newspapers have reported the week's events. Series producer Christine Ruth ..
Resuming the 24-part series on postwar hostility between the United States and Soviet Union, narrated by Kenneth Branagh. MAD 1960-72. The phrase MAD-mutual assured destruction - summarised
American nuclear strategy in the sixties; a policy which guaranteed that opposing sides would both be annihilated if one attacked the other using nuclear power.
The Cuban missile crisis of 1962 narrowly avoided disaster, but atomic destruction - by design or by accident- remained a possibility. The superpowers'
Strategic Arms Limitation Talks resulted in an agreement to reduce the number of missiles.
However, the introduction of multiple independent re-entry vehicles - or MIRVs - upped the nuclear ante once again.
Series producer Martin Smith ; Executive producers Jeremy Isaacs and Pat Mitchell Digital widescreen Subtitled ....
Wartime adventure starring Lee Marvin
Major Reisman's Second World War mission -to lead a covert operation behind enemy lines and destroy a specified target - is a tough one. Especially when his team is to be made up of 12 prisoners convicted for violent crimes. Widescreen.
Director Robert Aldrich (1967.15)
Digital widescreen Subtitled. 7934 ♦ See Films: pages 50-56 **** # What do you mean, you've neverseen ... ? Page 47
Colonel Everett Dasher-Breed:
Captain Stuart Kinder:
Katharine Ross California, 1909: Paiute Indian
Willie Boy meets his former love Lola Boniface. Willie Boy kills
Lola's father in a scuffle and the two go on the run, pursued by a sympathetic lawman and his vengeful posse. Widescreen.
Director Abraham Polonsky (1969, 15)
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Dr Elizabeth Arnold:
Modern-day western starring Kirk Douglas
When an old-fashioned cowboy is thrown injail, he makes a defiant bid forfreedom.
Director David Miller (1962)
Blackandwhite Subtitled ........
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Followed by Weatherview
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