Romantic drama starring Dana Andrews and Merle Oberon.
While visiting a San Francisco nightclub, a wealthy socialite falls in love with a blind pianist and pretends to be blind herself in order to get closer to him. Director John Cromwell
(1947, U) (BW) Films: pp 78-84 ***
A roundup from News 24 with Sarah Montague and Darren Jordon , plus weather at 8.25.
More drama and interviews on the Asian cultural strand. Ends 10.50. Editor Paresh Solanki
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/asianlife Paranda Drama series set in Pakistan, revolving around a family relationship.
9.40 Network East SanjeevKohliand
Sonia Deol present another edition of the weekly chat show.
10.20 Eastern Vibes The series looking at Asian culture joins the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson , on ajourneyto India, where she spends time with the Dalai Lama , visits an orphanage and meets victims of the recent floods. (W)
Lara Crooks asks members of the deaf community and drugs experts whether cannabis should be legalised in the UK. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Wed 2.35am on BBC
Courtroom drama, starring Sam Bottoms and Karen Black. When Texan millionaire William Marsh
Rice dies in 1900, his new will raises suspicions. Attorney James Baker 's battle for justice uncovers greed and fraud and climaxes in a scandalous court case.
Directors J Douglas Killgore and Neil Havens (1993) (S) Films: pp 78-84 **
This week's Saturday Matinée is an action adventure based on the Erskine Childers novel.
1901. Sailing off northern
Germany's sandbanks, Arthur Davies grows suspicious of a yachtsman and his daughter. He asks his chum from the Foreign Office to help him investigate. In English and German with subtitles. Widescreen...
Director Tony Maylam
(1978. U) (S) (W) Films: pp 78-84 **•
End of the Road. A reckless road firm tries to blast away rubble from a landslide.
Shown last Tuesday (S)
Space Seed. The crew come across a ship full of people preserved in cryogenic stasis.
(R) (S) Star Trek: Voyager Tuesday at 6.50pm
Quentin Letts of the Daily Mail reviews the week's news.
Dougie Donnelly presents highlights from the first session of the second semi-final of the UK championship.
PM Writer Nick Fraser travels the continent in search of a better understanding of the European Union. On the way he visits the European Parliament in Strasbourg, talks to Romano Prodi, President of the European Commission, and follows MEPs to Romanian orphanages. (S) (W)
On 6 December, the British Museum will unveil the Queen Elizabeth II Great Court. This film profiles the museum, its history and work and the events leading up to the opening of Lord Foster's glass-covered development.
Controversy surrounds the use of the wrong stone in the building work at the British Museum, but this report goes deeper, to survey the overall impact of changes in the week the Queen performs the official opening. Lord Foster talks about the remodelling of the Great Court, which has transformed a hidden courtyard at the centre of the museum into a covered public square the size of a football pitch. Nigel Barley, curator of the new African Galleries, reveals what will be housed there. As well as the new features, the programme celebrates other aspects of the 250-year-old collection with contributions from Sir David Attenborough and curators specialising in areas ranging from Samurai swords to toys and games.
Continuing the historical strand. Ends 9.00. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/ history
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House Detectives The team visit London's East End when they investigate a Georgian house in Spitalfields, where the fine period interiors, combined with an industrial warehouse at the rear, speak of three centuries of Huguenot, Russian-Jewish and Bengali settlers. See Choice.
Series producer Tim Dunn ; Executive producer Basil Comely (S) (W)
Engineer Jo da Silva sets out to re-create Archimedes' Claw, a legendary weapon used against the Roman army in 213 BC.
Producer Cynthia Page: Series producer Sarah Hargreaves (R) (S) (W)
The final part of the series which reveals how the significance
I of the sixties extends beyond sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.
The Gathering of the Tribes. On 11 June 1965, anarchist Alex Trocchi hosted the Cosmic Poetry Visitation at the Royal Albert Hall , performed by radical figures such as Allen Ginsberg. Poets and guests remember the night the counterculture came under the spotlight. See Choice.
Director Edmund Coulthard ; Series producer Mark Hayhurst (S) (W)
Unsaid Prayers. Continuing his series of monologues about growing up in Leeds, Alan Bennett recalls boyhood piety, the miseries of fundamentalist religion and his quarrel with God.
Director Patrick Garland : Producer Mark Shivas (S) (W) Telling Tales continues on Wednesday at 9.45pm
Dougie Donnelly introduces coverage from the UK
Championship of the best-of-17-frames semi-final. (S)
Unseen. In this exploration of the power of off-screen action in the cinema, Tom Sutcliffe looks at clips from Jaws, Alien, The Shining, Halloween and Taxi Driver and talks to John Carpenter and the makers of The Blair Witch Project.
Director Kate Misrahi : Series producer Janet Lee (S) Watching concludes tomorrow at 11.00pm
In the last programme of the series, Jools welcomes Robbie Williams , Guru (who's joined by Angie Stone , Craig David and Herbie Hancock ), At the Drive In and John Hiatt.
Director Janet Fraser Cook ; Producer Mark Cooper (S) (W)
AM Garry Richardson introduces highlights of the second semi-final from Bournemouth. (S)
Romantic drama, as part of the Movie World season, starring Alessandra Martines. A dancer meets an art forger in Venice. In Montreal a Frenchman is developing a theory that the future can be predicted. Fate weaves the threads of their lives together. Ends 2.55. Director Claude Lelouch (1999
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GCSEBitesIze Chemistry (Sj Ends 5.00am.