6.05 Bajourou -the music of Mali
2743020 6.30 Cybersouls 74391 7.00 Management in Chinese Cultures
7.30 WembleyStadium-Venueof Legends
David Robertson and Samira Ahmed present a roundup of news, sport, personal finance and weather
Composer John Wilks talks about his love of steam engines........................
Sun, Sea, Sand.... and Science.
Mike Bullivant examines how chaotic weather patterns could affect tourism in Hawaii.
Series producer Andrew Law And at 10.35 Cyberart- In Conversation How to use text-to-speech synthesizers to access websites......................... FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline [number removed](calls charged at national rate); Ceefax: page 626; orwebsite: www.open.ac.uk/saturday
Lara Crooks hosts the programmefor deaf and hard-of-hearing people. With signing and in-vision subtitles... WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear
Victoria Brown looks at how to make things with felt
Avisittothe largest chimpanzee sanctuary in the world. Subtitled....
Recipes for Irish stew, and a warming onion and thyme soup.
Shown last Monday Digital widescreen
Romantic comedy, opening a Saturday Matinée double bill of films starring Doris Day
Also starring James Garner
Housewife Beverley Boyer becomes an overnight TV sensation - much to the disgust of her husband Gerald.
Director Norman Jewison (1963) ....... * See Films: pages 56-63 ***
Romantic comedy, concluding the Saturday Matinée double bill of films starring Doris Day
Also starring Rock Hudson
When advertising executive Carol Templeton discovers that an unscrupulous rival is after a lucrative new account, she tries everything to steal it away from him-unawa re that the product in question doesn't even exist!
Director Delbert Mann (1961) ............... ♦ See Films: pages 56-63 ***
Commander Koenig and Dr Russell are abducted by a robot.
Written by Jack Ronder
First shown on ITV Subtitled ..............
Steve Wright introduces archive performances from Go West, Elton John , and rock band Aerosmith............ Topofthe Pops ison Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Gaby Roslin introduces highlights of last weekend's annual Crufts dog show from the NEC in Birmingham. Peter Purves and Jessica Holm take a look at the final rounds from the main ring and Shauna Lowry meets some more dogs and their owners. There's an opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes at Crufts tomorrow at 6.45pm.
Twenty years after rioting in Southall, west London, claimed the life of teacher Blair Peach,
Melanie Sykes visits the area to find out howthe largest Asian community outside the Indian sub-continent has evolved since
1979. Sykes (who has an Indian mother) talks to people caught up in the fightingtwo decades ago, andtotheirchildren, and discoversthata a new confidence has replaced the old fears. A short season of programmes about racial conflict, Fear and Loathing, begins at 9. 05pm. Director/Producer FatimaSalaria
Digitalwidescreen * Everybody's talking about.... Melanie Sykes : page 15
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bill Giles
Presenter Brian Barron visits
Kenya to report on the power struggle within the Kenyan
Wildlife Service-an organisation believed to be in financial trouble as donors withdraw funds and tourist revenue falls.
Dr Mildred Hanson , who is in her seventies, tells of her determination to keep her Minneapolis abortion clinic open in the face of death threats from pro-life campaigners, and Tim Whewell reports from Iran on the contrasting stories of two Iranian artists who fought the Iraqis in the first Gulf War.
The programme returns in April. Series producer Lucy Hetherington
Editor Fiona Murch
To prevent any Latin American government from embracing Communism and threatening US interests, America urged the region to sever all ties with the Soviet Union. American-backed forces overthrew the democratically elected regime in Guatemala, but the Cuban-Soviet alliance was strengthened by the failed US Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961. In 1973, the CIA undermined the rule of Chile's President
Allende by means of economic destabilisation and General Pinochet staged a successful coup. America continued to employ covert practices to suppress Communism in Nicaragua, El Salvador and Grenada. Contributors include
General Pinochet, Fidel Castro and Henry Kissinger.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
In the first of a short season of programmes about racial conflict, writer and presenter Nick Fraser travels across Europe in search of the people who are keeping fascism alive. Frasertalks to a variety of extreme right-wing figures and discovers the ideologies of hate are notjust tolerated, but actively promoted in some areas of Europe. See today's choices.
DirectorChristian Poveda Digitalwidescreen
* See PollyToynbee: page 11
Clive Anderson hosts the political panel game in which
Jeremy Hardy and Graeme Garden use wit to win votes, with the help of comedian Fred MacAulay and comic actress Rebecca Front.
Shown last Monday
Digitalwidescreen Subtitled ...
FEAR AND LOATHING
11.25 La Haine
Drama. The day after a bloody riot in a run-down
Parisian housingestate, three youths, waiting for news of a friend injured while in police custody, become involved in a series of confrontations. In
French with English subtitles. Widescreen.
Director Mathieu Kassovitz (1995, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 56-63 ****
Inspector Notre Dame:
Inthe first of fourfilms in which
European film-makers explore themes of racism, xenophobia and migration, Briton
Andrew Pallett examines the causes of racial prejudice in St Albans,
Hertfordshire, where he grew up. The next short film follows at
Eglantine Charbonnier 's film charts how three generations of an Algerian Muslim family have integrated themselves into
French society. In French with English subtitles. The next film is tomorrow at 12.55am.9193889
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