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6.00 A Migrant's Heart (S)
6.30 Cyber Talk (S) 89213 7.00
Biosphere 2 (S) 10671 7.30 Framing and Forming (S) 1312294
7.55 Computers and the Arts: Computing and Literature
A roundup from News 24, with Sian Williams and Darren Jordon. Weather at 8.25. (W)
Ivan Mowse looks at the rules of attraction. (R) FURTHER INFORMATION: call [number removed] (calls charged at national rate) Website: www.open2.NET
An exploration of the universal addiction to love and the science of romance. (R)
Military Records. How British soldiers have been persuaded to fight and die for their country. (R)(W)
A look at a technique for more effective study. (R)
What do objects in living rooms reveal about their owners?
This week reveals who won the Welsh adventure challenge - and how. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Wednesday at 2.10am on BBC1
Patrick Moore and Dr John Zarnecki discuss the Cassini-
Huygens probe's study of Jupiter. Shown last Sunday on BBCl (S)
Colonel Hall orders a stop to all gambling in the camp. (BW) (R) (S)
Danger at Ocean Deep. Afte r the launch of a supertanker, Brains makes a dangerous discovery.
Shown last Tuesday (S)
The Gun on Ice Planet Zero (pt 1) Adama fears a Cylon trap when the ship leaves known space.
Concludes tomorrow at 11.15am. (R) (S)
The Hollywood actress tells the story of her life and career, with the aid of home movies, personal mementos, and clips from her many films.
Classic comedy. Preparations for the wedding of socialite Tracy Lord to a wealthy coal executive are turned upside down by the arrival of her first husband, playboy C.K. Dexter Haven.
(1940, U) (BW) (S) Films: pp 60-64 *****
Teach yourself Katharine Hepburn: p57
C.K. Dexter Haven:
Archive footage including George Harrison in concert in 1971. Shown last Wednesday (S)
Action from Wembley Conference Centre as the first of the semi-finals of the Masters tournament gets under way.
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly , with commentary provided by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Virgo and Dennis Taylor. Coverage of the second semi-final is at 7.40pm.
Barbara Ellen of The Observer looks back at the week in the news and reviews the stories that made the headlines.
Who's Putin? Bridget Kendall reports on Vladimir Putin, the former KGB spy, who remains an enigmatic figure despite a year in office as Russian President. Providing fresh revelations concerning Putin's years with the KGB in East Germany and his bold political decision to order a crackdown on Chechnya, this investigation asks where the man who was plucked from relative obscurity to become leader of the world's largest country is taking Russia now. The programme includes interviews with Kremlin spin doctor Gleb Pavlovsky and former associate Boris Berezovsky, who is currently living in exile. See Choice.
Producer Ewa Ewart ; Editor Fiona Murch (S) (W) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
Coverage of the evening's matches from Wembley
Conference Centre continues with action from the second semi-final of the Masters, with the winner guaranteed a prize of at least £88,000. Matches are the best of 11 frames. Presented by Dougie Donnelly. Highlights can be seen at 12.25am on BBC1. (S) (W)
Continuing the series recalling the fashions and films, and the stars and sounds of the eighties. Ends 1.20am.
Roland Rat celebrates the year he rescued TV-am from falling ratings and saved a channel from going under. This was the year of the fitness revolution, pioneered by Jane Fonda, while Diana Moran - the Green Goddess - and "Mad Lizzie" Webb urged British audiences into leotards and legwarmers. Michael Jackson released the ground-breaking music video Thriller, Wham! topped the charts with Club Tropicana and the film Flashdance had people dancing in the cinema aisles. See Choice.
(S) (W) BBC MUSIC: a soundtrack, I Love the Eighties, is available on CD from retailers
Gangster thriller starring AlPacino. Havinglied his way into the US from Cuba, two-bit criminal Tony
Montana murders a political agitator in order to get a green card. From then on he pursues the American dream with violent, ruthless efficiency. Widescreen.
Director Brian De Palma (1983, 18) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-64 ****
Nick the Pig:
Hector the Toad:
Highlights of the world championships from St Anton in Austria, including the final event, the men's slalom. The best hope for British success rests with Aviemore's Alain Baxter , who has already finished in the top ten in the World Cup this season, and he is joined on the slopes by rising star Johnny Moulder-Brown from London. Also included is a complete roundup of the last two weeks.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine , with commentary and analyses coming from Graham Bell and Matt Chilton. Ends 2.00.
Producer Kate McKeag ; Series producer Jonathan Bramley
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AS Guru Biology: Programme 1 Ends 5am. (S)