Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Swedish Science in the 18th
Century (S) 4102810 6.30 Never Mind the Quality? 57920 7.00 Cities in a Hurry 45907 7.30 Philosophy in Action: Debates about Boxing (S)
Jane Hill and Andrew Harvey with a roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
The poetry of Brian Patten , how Picasso and the Cubists portrayed realism, plus comic Mark Thomas.
9.30 The Romans in Britain:
Hadrian 's Wall - the Edge of Empire The landmark's origins and myths. From lDJfl, Open Minds continues with features on peer pressure, aromatherapy and arguing.
Producer Lisa MacHale (R) FURTHER DETAILS: brochure hotline [number removed](calls charged at national rate); Ceefax p626; website www.0pen2.net
Words of support for those trying to give up smoking, plus a report on the rights of deaf people under arrest. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Thursday at 1.05am on BBC1 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/seejlear
The season continues with Casualty Kicks the Habit on Monday at 11.30am on BBC1
A family break in Florence.
Documentary examining the life and work of Vienna-born director
Otto Preminger , who, through films such as Laura, which follows, became one of Hollywood's leadingfigures.
Saturday Matinée classic murder mystery starring Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney.
A detective investigating the brutal murder of a young woman finds himself becoming strangely attracted to the victim.
Director Otto Preminger
(1944. U) (BW) (S) Films: pp 64-67 *****
'Til the Blood Runs Clear. Aeryn and Crichton trigger a wormhole. Shown last Monday (S)
Written by Terry Nation.
With the prisoners facing a bleak life under the rule of a despotic high priest, Blake and Avon devise a rescue plan. With guest star Brian Blessed. (R) (S)
Deborah Bull introduces this acclaimed production of Le
Corsaire - the Pirate - by the American Ballet Theatre, a swashbuckling adventure loosely based on a poem by Byron.
Director Matthew Diamond 63
Conrad, a pirate:
Birbanto, his friend:
Ali, the slave:
With Trevor Kavanagh , political editor of The Sun. (S)
Archive hits plus exclusive new music from Kraftwerk.
Shown last Wednesday (S)
The second of three programmes following the investigation into the 1997 Southall rail disaster sees how the British
Transport Police and the Crown Prosecution Service believed they had enough evidence to press manslaughter charges against both the driver and his employer. Great Western
Trains. But, when the trail began, there was a sudden and dramatic outcome. Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith . Executive producers Denys Blakeway and Edward Mirzoeff
Series producer Sally Lindsay (S)
The Other Lockerbie. Six months before Pan Am exploded over the Scottish town of Lockerbie in December 1988, an Iranian airbus was shot down by the US warship Vincennes, killing 290. Correspondent shows what really happened that day and why the Lockerbie victims might have been the last casualties of the Gulf War. See Choice.
Producers Norman Fenton and Tim Hodlin ; Editor Fiona Murch (S)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history HISTORY
Bloodties Martha Kearney presents more advice on how to investigate family histories, including tracing the origin of old photographs. Among the remarkable stories of those who have already reconstructed their family trees is that of Richard Jeffrey , who for 15 years has been delving into the macabre career of his great-great-grandfather William Calcroft - the Hangman of the City of London.
Series producer Elizabeth Wood ; Executive producer Sam Organ (S) (W) History 2000 continues on Monday at 7.30pm with Breaking the Seal Know how: be your own bloodhound, page 40
8.0STImewatch Sleeping with the Enemy. After the liberation of France in summer 1944, over 10,000 women faced the People's Tribunals charged with "la collaboration horizontale".
Two women who had affairs with German soldiers recall their public humiliation, while testimony from neighbours and resistance fighters builds up a picture of wartime collaboration that was not always black and white.
Producer Catrine Clay ; Editor Laurence Rees (R) (S) (W)
Mark Kermode introduces another in the season of classic seventies thrillers. Racketeer Bumpy Jonas wants private eye John Shaft to find his daughter, whom he believes has been kidnapped. But Shaft is also being pressured by the police to investigate Jonas's activities. A profile of Isaac Hayes , whose soundtrack won the film an Oscar, follows.
John Shaft Richard Roundtree Ben Buford Christopher St John Bumpy Jonas Moses Gunn Ellie Moore Gwenn Mitchell Lt Vic Androzzi Charles Cioffi Sgt Tom Hannon Lawrence Pressman Director Gordon Parks (1971.15) (S) Films: pp 64-67 ****
This Close Up special profiles the singer and actor whose Oscar-winning music for Shaft captured the social, sexual and racial revolutions that were sweeping America in the early seventies. Candid interviews with Hayes, and contributions from colleagues and friends, paint a portrait of one of soul music's most enduring icons. See Choice. Director Steve Condie : Executive producer Andrea Miller (S)
Thriller. On learning that gold artefacts have been hidden in a deserted factory, two fireman search the building, but stumble upon drug dealers. Although they take the gang leader's brother hostage, their chances seem slim.
Director Walter Hill (1992, 18) (S) Films: pp 64-67 **
Drama starring Steve McQueen. Returning to his Arizona home town to enter the annual rodeo contest, Junior Bonner is shocked to find land developers on the site where his home once stood. Widescreen. Ends 2.45am.
Director Sam Peckinpah (1972. PG) (S) (W)
Films: pp 64-67 ****
Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
GCSE Blteslze Revision German. Ends 5am.