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6.20 Work and Energy (S)
6.45 The Heat Is On (S)
7.10 Picturing the Modern City (S)
9924068 7.35 Open Advice - Staying on Course
A roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (w)
In the UK only one in three people now work a traditional nine-to-five day. How have times changed? (R)
A look at the implications of financial cutbacks for people with disabilities living outside institutions. (R) (S)
How software can be designed to suit the needs of the user, rather than the assumptions of the designer. (R) (S)
The story of Adeline Yen Mah from her origins as an unwanted child in Shanghai in the forties to her career as a doctor in California.
The darker origins of the well-known song. (R) (W) INFORMATION: call [number removed] (calls at national rate). Website: www.open2.net
David Hyslop introduces his choice of clips from past programmes. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Thursday at 1.55am on BBC1
Ice Fox. Afilm following the lives of two families of Arctic foxes as they battle to survive another northern year. (R) (S)
David Lean 's Oscar-winning epic, showing as a tribute to Alec Guinness , and starring
Omar Sharif and Julie Christie. Doctor and poet Yuri Zhivago is brought up in the family of Alexander Gromeko , whose daughter Tonya he marries. But his true love is for the beautiful Lara, the mistress of a political opportunist. Widescreen.
(1965, PG) (S) (W) Sir Alec Guinness stars in The Bridge on the River Kwai tomorrow 2.10pm on BBC1 Films: pp 48-53 *****
Remembering Sir Alec Guinness : p46
Drama based on a true story. In 1939 a liner leaves Hamburg carrying Jewish refugees. The horrors are briefly forgotten and friendships develop. But when refused entry to Cuba, the passengers find themselves the virtual prisoners of a floatingjail.
Director Stuart Rosenberg (1976. PG)
(S) Films: pp 48-53 **
Captain Gustav SchroederMax:
Dr Egon Kreisler:
As a tribute to the late broadcaster Sir Robin Day who died aged 76 earlier this month, Roy Hattersley , the former Labour MP who is now in the Lords, introduces this programme originally shown to mark Sir Robin's 75th birthday. The film offers an opportunity to enjoy again some of the best moments from the career of this consummate political interviewer.
Editor Anne Tyerman (R) (S)
Mufadzi Nkomo was raised in rural Zimbabwe but moved to London ten years ago. Now she returns to her homeland to discover how family, friends and fellow citizens from all walks of life, including war veterans and white farmers, are coping with the turbulent political climate that surrounds the fiercely contested elections. See Choice.
Editor Fiona Murch ; Producer Daniela Volker (S)
As a warm-up for this evening's / Love the Seventies, a vintage entertainment special, recorded in 1974 for Show of the Week, featuring the many faces and voices of the celebrated impressionist in a one-off cabaret performance. Producer James Moir (R) (S)
Continuing the Bafta Award-winning documentary series.
How was it possible for the Nazis to create killing factories to exterminate Jews and others they thought "undesirable"? Rimed in Poland, Germany and Lithuania this documentary examines the invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, showing how it was the catalyst for a radical change in Nazi policy against the Jews. (R) (S)
Continuing the Saturday-night strand that revisits the popular culture of the decade, from fads, fashions and films to its stars, sounds and sport. Ends 2.30am. See Choice.
8.55 I Love 1974
Bob Godfrey, the animator behind cult 1970s cartoon characters Roobarb and Custard, has devised an animated special, in which the pair put on a cabaret to introduce the stars of 1974. The show evokes the year by recalling The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman. Custard remembers the Wombles and Pans People, while Roobarb performs the Mud dance.
Plus there's a look back at the Ford Capri and computer game Pong. Richard Briers provides the voices.
Director David Turnull ; Series producer Alan Brown (S) (W)
Disaster movie starring Charlton Heston and Ava Gardner. The bustling and glamorous city of Los Angeles, perched precariously on the San Andreas Fault, is about to experience the ultimate horror - a series of devastating tremors that spell disaster for those who live or work there. Widescreen.
Director Mark Robson (1974, PG) (S) (W) Rims: pp 48-53 ****
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Continuing the series, presented by Dennis Waterman , that captures the decade's classic football action, this week focusing on the 1974/5 season.
Director Chris Kelly ; Producer Tony Moss (R) (S)
Drama starring Dirk Bogarde and Charlotte Rampling. Vienna, 1957: Max, an ex-SS officer, is working as a night porter in a luxury hotel, where some of his wartime colleagues are also hiding. The situation becomes complicated when Max's ex-lover Lucia, a former concentration camp inmate, reappears. Ends 2.30am.
Director Liliana Cavani (1973, 18)
(S) Films: pp 48-53 ***
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Dynamo Key Stage 1: Literacy Programme 2 Ends 5am.