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6.10 Imagining the Pacific
6.40 Le Corbusier and the Villa la Roche
7.05 Your Place or Mine?
7.35 Paris and the New Mathematics
With Bill Turnbull , Sian Williams. Weather update at 8.25.
The series on the implications of new technology ends by profiling people paid to spot new trends.
Climate control at Cornwall's
Using the internet to challenge global corporations.
How human beings as well as clothes and furniture were up for sale in Renaissance
Singer Terry Hall compares city life with country life.
A debate on whether punishing children should be made illegal. With Lara Crooks. With sign language, in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 4.15am on BBC1
Patrick Moore on the complexities 1 of Ursa Major and Ursa Minor. Shown last Sunday.
Guest chef David Laris , from London's Mezzo restaurant, cooks coriander-seared tuna, honey duck breast with bok choi and an Australian pavlova. Presented by Gregg Wallace.
Director Stuart Bateup ; Series producer Sara Kozak WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food
Animated double bill. Treasure secretly has her navel pierced, then Mum goes on strike.
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Orson Welles double bill. After the death of newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane , : reporters try to find the truth about his life. Review page 53.
(1941. U) (BW) Film of the week: page 49
Charles Foster Kane:
Boss JW Big JimGettys:
Watter Parks Thatcher:
Mrs Mary Kane:
Concluding the Orson Welles double bill. Steeped in the , past and unwilling to change, the Amberson family reflects i the faded glory of doomed America. Review page 53. 1
Directors Orson Welles, Freddie Reck, Harry Mancke, Robert Wise, Jack Moss (1942. U) (BW)
George Amberson Minafer:
Western starring Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster. A former Confederate soldier and an outlaw are hired to guard a shipment of gold being taken from Mexico City to
Vera Cruz. But the two men have their own ideas about who should get the fortune. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Robert Aldrich (1954, PG)
A episode first shown in 1973 of the classic British comedy. The Old Magic. Bob and Terry decide to test whether they are still found attractive by the opposite sex.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais ; Producer James Gilbert
The last in the series of the weekly newspaper review show. Director Charles Kitchen ; Producer Christine Ruth
The recent revolution in British contemporary art is told by key players from the scene in this three-part series.
The rise to prominence - and notoriety - during the late 1980s of controversial figure Damien Hirst forms the focus for tonight's opening instalment.
Director/Producer Vanessa Engle Repeated tonight at 11.50pm on BBC4
The series continues on Friday at 9pm on BBC4
Today in Birmingham it's the toy and utility groups'turn to provide two more dogs for tomorrow's final. Presented by Philippa Forrester . Peter Purves , Jessica Holm ,
Frank Kane and Wayne Cavanaugh commentate. Coverage of the final day of competition starts tomorrow at 7pm.
Producer Ian Russell ; Executive producer David Pickthall
Zoe Ball hosts the quiz in which two teams of ex-pupils from the same school are tested on their cultural knowledge of the year in which they left formal education. Class of 1987. Former pupils from Hinchley Wood school in Surrey come face to face, plus music from T'Pau.
Producer Robin Ashbrook ; Director Geraldine Dowd
Pauline Calf's Wedding Video. A spin-off comedy special in which even a punch-up in the toilets is not enough to spoil Pauline's big day. Starring Steve Coogan ,
John Hannah , John Thomson , Gary Olsen and Patrick Marber.
Director Geoff Posner ; Producers Geoff Posner , David Tyler
Drama. Couple in crisis Bill and Eileen try to renew the spark in their marriage, but their efforts are complicated by their children's problems. Review page 53.
Director Michael Winterbottom (1999, 15)
The World Turned Upside Down
Short film about role reversal and unexpected happenings, choreographed by Anthony Howell. Music by John White.
Director Jayne Parker More tomorrow at 12.30am
Guests in the last of the series include soap actors Coleen Nolan and Shaun Williamson. Shown last Monday
Offbeat drama. Writer Paul
Benjamin is a regular at Auggie Wren 's tobacco store.
When Auggie shows Paul his photo collection, it revives a harrowing memory for Paul. Widescreen. Review page 53.
Director Wayne Wang (1995, 15) (Colour and BW) Smoke's companion piece, Blue in the Face, is tomorrow at 12.40am
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