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6.05 Designing a Lift (S)
6.30 Moscow - a City in Transition (S) 33625 7.00 MosaicoHispanico 65712 7.30 Rothko: the Seagram Murals (S)
A roundup from News 24, plus weather at 8.25. (W)
Is the food we eat a sign of a growing multiculturalism?
The Three Degrees. Students share their experiences of doing a a higher degree. (R)
Theories on how the universe began and how it will end.
Author Richard Dawkins talks about science fiction. (R)
A look at digital television and the World Wide Web. (R) (S)
A philosophical look at the two faces of nationalism. INFORMATION: call [number removed] (calls at national rate). Website: www.0pen2.net
Harrogate take on Brothers and Sisters in the quiz. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Rptd Thursday 3.15am on BBC1
Drama starring John Wayne. A young attorney falls in love with a high-spirited Southern belle, but their romance is ill-fated. Director Bernard Vorhaus (1941 PG)
(BW) (S) Films: pp 60-64 **
A high school student is fatally wounded in a cafe shooting.
Shown last Thursday (S)
P.S, / Love You. A rich classmate showers Will with gifts.
Another episode tomorrow at 11.25pm
Bursting. Eric is inconvenienced.
Shown last Wednesday (S) (W)
First in a double bill of romantic comedies set at sea. A couple find love on a cruise.
Director Leo McCarey (1939)
(BW)(S) Films: pp 60-64 *****
Comedy starring Dirk Bogarde and Brigitte Bardot , concluding today's ocean-bound double bill. A medic runs away to sea to avoid marriage but meets a beautiful French girl on a ship. Director Ralph Thomas
(1955. PG ) (S) Films: pp 60-64 **
Wartime comedy series from
1982, starring Frankie Howerd. The Goose Has Landed. Private Potts has to prevent a plot to assassinate Churchill. Final episode tomorrow at 5.25pm. Written by Maurice Sellar and Lou Jones
Hits from Pink Floyd , Eurythmics, Slade, A-ha and the Pretenders. Shown last Wednesday (S)
Beginning a new five-part series exploring the history of Ireland and the migrations of its people.
The Scattering. The consequence of centuries of emigration is that while four million people live in Ireland itself, some 70 million around the world can claim Irish ancestry. This first episode takes an overview of how the Irish established themselves in far corners of the world and examines the reasons for emigration becoming such a way of life. See Choice.
Director Alan Gilsenan ; Series producer Ritchie Cogan (S) (W)
Stephanie Hughes hosts the traditional celebration live from London's Royal Albert Hall , with Andrew Davis conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra for the final time.
Highlights include Elgar's opulent orchestration of Bach's
Fantasia and Fugue in C minor. The young American violinist Hilary Hahn makes her Proms debut in the Violin Concerto No 4 in D by Mozart and British soprano
Jane Eaglen joins the orchestra for the final scene from Richard Strauss 's opera Salome. Then from 8.35pm there are visits to Proms in the Park concerts taking place in London's Hyde Park - where Terry Wogan is the compere - Birmingham and Liverpool. Coverage continues at 9pm on BBC1. The Albert Hall Prom can also be heard on Radio 3. See Choice.
Director Jonathan Fulford ; Producer Peter Maniura (W) Brian Kay 's Prom of the week: page 46
Continuing the Saturday-night strand that celebrates a decade of popular culture, from the fads, fashions and films to its stars, sounds and sport. Ends 2.45am.
I Love 1977 Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher tells the story of the year as she looks back on the highlights and memorable moments from 1977. Saturday Night Fever (showing at 10pm) turned John Travolta into a disco-dancing star while at the other end of the musical spectrum the Sex Pistols were at the forefront of a revolution in popular music as rock dinosaurs faced potential extinction at the hands of the punk movement.
Director Steven Grandison ; Series producer Alan Brown (S) (W)
Musical drama. Tony Manero works all week in a dull job at a paint store but on Saturday nights he becomes the glittering disco king at his local nightclub, much to the disapproval of his religious family. Then he meets Stephanie, a girl with her sights firmly set on the uptown life and they decide to become dance partners for a contest at the disco. Widescreen.
Director John Badham (1977,18) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-64 *****
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Continuing the series, presented by Dennis Waterman , that captures some of the classic British football moments from the seventies, this week focusing on the 1977-8 season.
Director/Producer Chris Kelly (R) (S)
Drama. Theresa Dunn leads two "lives". By day she is a dedicated teacher of deaf children, by night she cruises singles bars in an increasingly desperate search for sexual fulfilment. Ends 2.45am.
Director Richard Brooks (1977.18) (S) Films: pp 60-64 ****
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Dynamo Key Stage 1: Literacy 2 Ends 5.00am.