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: Open University

6.05 Pacific Studies (S)
6.35 One Fact, Many Facets (S) 2105668 7.00 Talking about Care (S) 25649 7.30 The French Revolution (S) 7497200 7.55
Computers and the Arts

: Weekend 24

A roundup from News 24, with Tanya Beckett and Darren Jordon. Weather 8.25. (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Tanya Beckett
Unknown: Darren Jordon.

: Soft Touch?

The truth about asylum seekers. (R) INFORMATION: call[number removed]
(national rate) Website: www.open2.NET

: Ever Wondered?

Helen Lederer and Terry Hall find. out about the environment.
(R)

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Lederer
Unknown: Terry Hall

: Big Money in Kentucky

A look at the financial influence of two lobby groups over a US
Congressional campaign.

: Mind Bites

Tony Buzan on how to remember people's names. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Buzan

: Off with the Mask: TV in the Sixties

A look at how television reflected the cultural changes in Britain during the sixties. (R) (S)

: Mind Bites

Raj Persaud considers the nature-v-nurture debate. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Raj Persaud

: See Hear on Saturday

An edition from Wales examining the impact on the deaf community of the recognition of the Welsh language. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Wednesday 1.20am on BBC1

: The Sky at Night

Patrick Moore and Dr Peter Cattermole discuss possible evidence of water on Mars.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1 (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Dr Peter Cattermole

: The Phil Silvers Show: Dinner at Sowici's

Bilko shows Sgt Hogan how married couples really live. (BW) (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Sgt Hogan

: Wonderful Life **

The Saturday Matinée is a comedy musical. Losing their iobs as entertainers on a cruise ship, Johnnie and his friends find themselves all at sea - but not for long, because the glamorous world of film-making beckons. Reviews pp 62-67.
Director Sidney J Furie (1964, U)
(S)

Contributors

Director: Sidney J Furie
Johnnie: Cliff Richard
Jenny: Susan Hampshire
Lloyd Davis: Walter Slezak
Mood musicians: The Shadows

: Tennis

Live coverage from Birmingham's National Indoor Arena of Britain's Davis Cup doubles match against Portugal. British captain Roger Taylor witnessed a recent Portuguese doubles victory over Ukraine and has warned that they are a force to be reckoned with. Hosted by Hazel Irvine, with commentary by John Barrett ,
David Mercer , Peter Fleming and John Lloyd. The final day's action can be seen tomorrow at 3.45pm. Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Philip Bernie (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Taylor
Commentary By: John Barrett
Commentary By: David Mercer
Commentary By: Peter Fleming
Commentary By: John Lloyd.
Producer: Chris Lewis
Editor: Philip Bernie

: TOTP 2

Another chance to see a special edition of the archive pop show dedicated to the Bee Gees.
Shown last Wednesday (R) (S)

: Horizon

Lost City of the Nasca. Roughly 2,000 years ago, the Nasca people of Peru made strange markings in the South American desert depicting enormous birds and animals. They also created hundreds of uncannily straight lines stretching for many miles. The markings were so large they could be seen in full only from the air. Aided by colleagues Brian Harrison and Andrea Drusini , archaeologist Giuseppe Orefici has spent years trying to excavate Cahuachi, the monumental city, dominated by a great pyramid, that was home to the Nasca. Producers Chris Hale and Thierry Ragobert : Series editor Bettina Lemer
(R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Harrison
Unknown: Andrea Drusini
Unknown: Giuseppe Orefici
Producers: Chris Hale
Producers: Thierry Ragobert
Editor: Bettina Lemer

: Art That Shook the World

First in a new five-part series that takes an in-depth look at revolutionary works of art which have created an impact on the world and continue to shape our culture.
Impression: Sunrise. In the first Impressionist exhibition of 1874, Claude Monet shocked the world with a new way of seeing. Art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon reveals how Monet's flickering brush strokes of vivid colour, once derided as childish and vulgar, eventually led to new ways of painting, most notably in the pure abstraction of Rothko, Pollock and de Kooning. See Choice.
Producer David Thompson : Executive producer Andrea Miller (S) (W) A look at the five cultural revolutions highlighted by the series: p25

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Monet
Unknown: Andrew Graham-Dixon
Producer: David Thompson
Producer: Andrea Miller

: Walk On By: the Story of Popular Song

Continuing the series on the evolution of popular music. Producer Pop. The late forties saw the emergence of a figure who would dominate the music business for the next 50 years - the record producer. People like Mitch Miller and Phil Spector , became all powerful, choosing not only the song but also the singer. A new generation of songwriters emerged and created classics like Will You Love Me
Tomorrow?and the most played song of the rock 'n' roll era You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin '. Contributors include
Burt Bacharach , Carole King and Neil Sedaka , who give their views and discuss their hits. See Choice
Director Peter Jamieson : Executive producer Michael Poole (S) (W) Music websites - Webwatch: page 45; the story behind the song Cold, Cold Heart- Music: page 46

Contributors

Unknown: Mitch Miller
Unknown: Phil Spector
Unknown: Burt Bacharach
Unknown: Carole King
Unknown: Neil Sedaka
Director: Peter Jamieson
Producer: Michael Poole

: Golf: US Masters

Live coverage of the third day of the Masters from Augusta, Georgia. The world's top golfers will be hoping to make their moves as they bid to join the list of distinguished past winners, which includes Jack Nicklaus , Arnold Palmer , Tom Watson and Gary Player. Hosted by Steve Rider , with commentary from Peter Alliss , Alex Hay and Ken Brown , and reports by Dougie Donnelly. Tomorrow's coverage begins at 9pm.
Executive producers Barbara Slater and Paul Davies (S)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/golf

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Nicklaus
Unknown: Arnold Palmer
Unknown: Tom Watson
Unknown: Steve Rider
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Alex Hay
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly.
Producers: Barbara Slater
Producers: Paul Davies

: Dave Gorman

Will Dave , whose journey has taken him 24,000 miles around the globe, win his bet and meet the 54th Dave Gorman to complete his collection? Last in the series.
Director Pati Marr : Producers Dave Gorman. Danny Wallace (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/choice/davegorman

Contributors

Unknown: Will Dave
Unknown: Dave Gorman
Director: Pati Marr
Producers: Dave Gorman.
Producers: Danny Wallace

: Happiness

Comedy series about a man approaching a mid-life crisis. Chained to an Idiot. Danny cannot escape sex; he's not actually having any but it's still everywhere.
Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)

: Twogether **

Drama starring Nick Cassavetes and Brenda Bakke. When artist John Madler meets Allison McKenzie , a passionate one-night stand leads to an inexorable cycle of love. Ends
2.00am. Reviews pp 62-67.
Director Andrew Chiaramonte (1994, 18) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Cassavetes
Unknown: Brenda Bakke.
Artist: John Madler
Unknown: Allison McKenzie
Director: Andrew Chiaramonte

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
National Test Revision GCSE Bitesize Revision Science: Physics Ends 5.00am. (S)








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