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6.00 Management in Chinese
Cultures 43635 6.30 Duccio: The Rucellai Madonna (S)
6.55 Church and Mosque - Venice and Istanbul
How a Liverpool establishment used electronic art to enhance the club experience. (R)
A look at UK oil companies' reaction to the price crash of 1986. (R)
Chef Rick Stein talks to Peter Curran about the films of Sam Peckinpah.
Learning to talk about family and order drinks. (R)
BBC Course Pack: Talk Spanish book and two-cassette pack, Â£14.99, from retailers
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Theodore becomes tongue-tied when he meets a girl named Juliet. (R)
Musical animation. (R) (S)
Dominic Wood and Kate Heavenor investigate more interconnected facts. (W)
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TJ meets a computer-games bootlegger online, but he is not what he seems.
Drama. Charlie discovers that having his father as a coach can be a nightmare.
Shown last Wednesday BBC1(S)
Ned disobeys his grandfather.
Live game show in which teams attempt to avoid banishment to a cryogenic chamber, with Robin Banks and Jemma James.
S Club 7 travel back to the seventies. (R) (S)
Jayne Middlemiss talks to Mel C. Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)
Killerhurtz returns to the arena.
Shown last Friday (S)
Presenter Shaun Ley considers the implications for London of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by John Inverdale.
1.35 Rugby Union Build-Up A look ahead to this afternoon's match.
1.50 Six Nations Rugby France v Ireland Live coverage of this Six Nations
Championship game from the Stade de France, Paris (kick-off 2pm). Ireland, fresh from victories over Scotland and Italy, have not won in Paris since 1972.
Commentary by Nigel Starmer -Smith and Phillip Matthews.
1.50-3.40 (not PDC) (S)
3.40 Athletics Action from the World Cross Country Championships in Portugal, focusing on the men's longcourse event and the women's short-course event over 4km.
Commentary by David Coleman , Brendan Foster and Steve Cram.
4.30 Ski Sunday Coverage of the World Cup Finals in Bormio, Italy, with Hazel Irvine. Commentary by Julian Tutt and Matt Chilton.
5.1D World Snooker Draw The draw to decide this year's World Championship opening matches. Series producer (Ski Sunday) Mark Wilkin Editor Michael Cole (W)
Bitter Harvest Although the growing demand for organic produce could provide the answer to Britain's farming crisis, inadequate domestic supplies are forcing retailers to buy from the continent instead. Maya Evans asks if British farmers need help updating their businesses.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) As The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Thanks to modern technology, the American military may soon be able to hit any target on the face of the earth at a moment's notice. Michael Ignatieff looks at the weapons with which America hopes to consolidate its power, and talks to experts who fear another Vietnam-style tragedy. (S)
Nothing Human. Voyager picks up an alien life form, which physically attaches itself to Torres.
Star Trek: the Next Generation is on Thursday at 7.15pm (S)
Beginning a new, ten-part weekly strand that explores and explains the arts. Ends 10.30pm. See Choice.
Editor Peter Maniura
A new live discussion programme reflecting the current arts scene in Britain. Presenter Mark Lawson is joined by poet and critic Tom Paulin, author Robert Harris and actress and author Meera Syal to discuss the new Michael Caine film The Cider House Rules and the latest novel from Booker Prize winner Kazuo Ishiguro.
Series producer Mark Bell ; Executive producer Mary Sackville-West (S) (W)
You are now entering the Art Zone: Mark Lawson on TV arts, p28 Audio: Mark Lawson reviews the latest releases, page 55
8.00 How Proust Can Change Your Life
A drama-documentary portrait of the early-20th-century French author Marcel Proust, based on Alain de Botton's updated analysis of his work as a modern-day self-help guide. Ralph Fiennes plays Proust, with Phyllida Law and Donald Sinden as his contemporaries, while commentators including de Botton, Louis de Bernieres and Doris Lessing explain their enthusiasm for his work. Narrated by Felicity Kendal.
Director/Producer Peter Bevan (S) (W)
9.00 Picasso Days
A French documentary charting the life of the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso through the events of 13 significant days of his life, including his marriage to Olga Kokhlova, the birth of his daughter, the bombing of Guernica and the death of Stalin. Archive footage of Picasso, his lover Franpoise Gilot, writer Jean Cocteau, photographer Brassat and critic Pierre Daix is accompanied by new interviews with Picasso's daughter Maya and son Claude. Director Pierre Philippe (S) (W)
Continuing the Herzog - Madman or Genius season celebrating film director Werner Herzog. On 23 December 1971, Juliane Koepcke was flying across Peru when the aircraft was struck by lightning. The only survivor of the crash, she spent two weeks lost in the Amazonian jungle as search parties tried to explain the plane's disappearance. Herzog, who was due to fly on Koepke's plane but was bumped at the last minute, tells her remarkable story. The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser follows. Executive producer Peter Firstbrook (S) John Peel on flying: page 15
Historical drama based on a true story, concluding the Herzog - Madman or Genius season. In 19th-century
Germany, a village is disturbed by the arrival of a mysterious youngster. In German with English subtitles. Ends 1.10am. (1974, PG)
Films: pp 64-67 ****
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National Test Revision 2.00 Key Stage 3: Bitesize Revision -
Maths 2 - including algebra, measures, shape and space. Languages 4.00 Make German Your Business (part 1) Working for Local Government 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 An English Accent (S) 30594 6.30 Who Belongs to Glasgow? Ends 7.00am. (S)