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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.
6.05 Swedish Science in the 18th Century (S) 7736024 6.30 Women of Northern Ireland (S)
7.00 Galapagos Research in the Field (S)85393 7.30 WaitingTheir Turn: Minorities in a Democracy (S) 7808312 7.55 Computers and the Arts Computing the History of Art

: Weekend 24

A roundup from News 24, with Peter Dobbie and Sian Williams. Weather at 8.25. (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Dobbie
Unknown: Sian Williams.

: Gone Fishing?

Who is to blame for the depletion of world fish resources?

: Ever Wondered?

The geology of Iceland's blue lagoon and the history of the first man-made colour.

: Renaissance Secrets

Mystery of the Marriage. New evidence on Jan van Eyck 's Arnolfini Marriage that has challenged experts' knowledge of the painting. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Jan van Eyck

: In the Nick of Time

A piece of legislation forced through Brussels in record time that helped Europe to keep up with the internet. (R) (S)

: Mind Bites

The body in late 19th- and early 20th-century art. (S)

: See Hear on Saturday

Maggie Wooley , director of the disability arts body Shape, talks to Raymond Hollywood about her life and work and selects her favourite moments from the See Hear archives. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Wednesday at 2am on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Maggie Wooley
Unknown: Raymond Hollywood

: World Snooker

More second-round action from Sheffield with quarter-final places at stake. With
Dougie Donnelly. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly.

: BattlestarGalactica

Greetings from Earth (part 2) The sleeper ship inhabitants reveal they are from Terra, an Earth-like planet. (R) (S)

: The Car's the Star

A look at the history of the Volvo Estate. (R) (S)

: The Marriage of Figaro

Jonathan Miller 's acclaimed new production of Mozart's comic opera, performed at the Metropolitan Opera, New York, conducted by James Levine.
A tale of intrigue and deceit set in 18th-century Seville that follows the servant Figaro, who vows revenge when he learns that philandering Count Almaviva has designs on his betrothed.
Director Gary Halvorson (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Miller
Conducted By: James Levine.
Director: Gary Halvorson
Figaro: Bryn Terfel (bass)
Susanna: Cecilia Bartoli (soprano)
Countess Almaviva: Renee Fleming (soprano)
Cherubino: Suzanne Mentzer (mezzo-Soprano)

: TOTP2

Bruce Springsteen introduces his greatest hits and clips of some of his favourite bands.
Shown last Wednesday (S)

Contributors

Introduces: Bruce Springsteen

: Malcolm In the Middle

Shame. An obnoxious new kid provokes Malcolm into violence. Shown last Friday (S) (W)

: World Snooker

Another prized place in the quarter-finals of the world championship will be filled this evening on day eight from the Crucible theatre in Sheffield. Presented by Matt Smith. Producer Alison Witkover : Executive producer Graham Fry (S) (W)

Contributors

Presented By: Matt Smith.
Producer: Alison Witkover

: Art That Shook the World

Eisenstein's Battleship Potemkin. Regarded as a film that marked the birth of contemporary cinematic language, Sergei Eisenstein 's Battleship Potemkin (1925) also remains one of the most heavily censored films of the 20th century, banned by governments fearful of its propaganda for the Bolshevik cause. Film-maker Renny Bartlett tells the story of the making of the film and deconstructs the sequence on the Odessa Steps, six minutes of montage that would inspire such diverse talents as Francis Bacon , Woody Allen , Brian De Palma and Ken Russell.
Producer Chris Granlund ; Executive producer Andrea Miller (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/arts

Contributors

Unknown: Sergei Eisenstein
Unknown: Renny Bartlett
Unknown: Francis Bacon
Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: Brian de Palma
Unknown: Ken Russell.
Producer: Chris Granlund
Producer: Andrea Miller

: Walk On By: the Story of Popular Song

LThe penultimate programme from the eight-part series that tracks the evolution of popular music.
Soundtrack. Broadway and Hollywood musicals have produced some of the greatest songs of all time, and the fortunes of many turgid shows and uninspiring films have been transformed by a hit tune. Tonight's programme examines the history of the show tune, from Cole Porter and Rodgers and Hammerstein to Tim Rice , Andrew Lloyd Webber and, finally, Disney, which in recent years has brought about the renaissance of the big movie song.
The stories behind such classic songs as Night and Day,
Over the Rainbow, My Funny Valentine, Somewhere, Cabaret, I Don't Know How to Love Him and Stayin' Alive are told by, among others, Stephen Sondheim ,
Kanderand Ebb , Tim Rice , Georgio Moroder, Robin Gibb and Alan Menken. Narrated by Clive Owen.
Director Peter Jamieson : Series producer Alan Lewens (S) (W) ACCOMPANYING BOOK: to order, send a cheque for £14.99 (plus 99p P&P), payable to [address removed]Or call the hotline on [number removed] (national rate).

Contributors

Unknown: Cole Porter
Unknown: Tim Rice
Unknown: Andrew Lloyd
Unknown: Stephen Sondheim
Unknown: Kanderand Ebb
Unknown: Tim Rice
Unknown: Robin Gibb
Unknown: Alan Menken.
Unknown: Clive Owen.
Director: Peter Jamieson
Producer: Alan Lewens

: World Snooker

Dougie Donnelly presents further second-round action in which the fourth place in the quarter-final line-up of this year's world championship will be filled. is) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly

: The EMMAs

Richard Blackwood and Nina Wadia host the EMMAs
(Ethnic Multicultural Media Awards), a celebration from London's Grosvenor House hotel of triumphs in the entertainment industry and the British media.
Among those celebrities nominated for categories that cover subjects including music, film, TV, art and journalism are Craig David , Eddie Murphy , Lennox Lewis , Denise Lewis , Ali G , Chow Yun-Fat , Meera Syal ,
Thandie Newton , Martin Lawrence and Martin Bashir. The evening will also feature music from Damage and Vanessa Mae and comedy from Angie le Mar and Paul Chowdhry.
Director Julia Knowles ; Executive producer Sharon Ali (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Blackwood
Unknown: Nina Wadia
Unknown: Craig David
Unknown: Eddie Murphy
Unknown: Lennox Lewis
Unknown: Denise Lewis
Unknown: Ali G
Unknown: Chow Yun-Fat
Unknown: Meera Syal
Unknown: Thandie Newton
Unknown: Martin Lawrence
Unknown: Martin Bashir.
Unknown: Vanessa Mae
Unknown: Angie Le Mar
Unknown: Paul Chowdhry.
Director: Julia Knowles
Producer: Sharon Ali

: Crooklyn ***

Drama. A semi-autobiographical portrait of life in seventies Brooklyn by director Spike Lee. A young out-of-work jazz musician and his wife struggle to bring up five children in an atmosphere of tension and financial problems. Widescreen. Ends 1.45am. Review page 49.
(1994.12) (S)(W)

Contributors

Director: Spike Lee.
Carolyn Carmichael: Alfre Woodard
Woody Carmichael: Delroy Lindo
Tony Eyes: David Patrick Kelly
Troy: Zelda Harris
Clinton: Carlton Williams
Wendell: Sharif Rashid
Joseph: Tse-MacH Washington
Nate: Christopher Knowings
Vic: Isaiah Washington
Snuffy: Spike Lee

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
Biology(l) Ends 5am. (S)








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