In a four-part series David Huckvale explores how music is used in the cinema, and talks to composers about how music makes a movie work. 1: RomanceProducer Anthony Setters Repeated Wednesday at 11.00pm
Concluding William Roberts 's two-part dramatisation of John Steinbeck 's tale of ambition and corruption in 60s America, starring Jack Shepherd. 2: Ethan Hawley has already destroyed his best friend Danny. Repeated from Sunday 2.30pm
by T H White , concluding the Crime Week stories.
"Their idea was to imagine a baby, and to let it live on, day by day, having the adventures which it would normally have had if it had been a real one.... Both of them preferred a boy." Read by Christian Rodska. Producer Viv Beeby Rpt
A shock for Brian and Jennifer....
Written by Mick Martin
Director Jeremy Meadow. Editor Vanessa Whitburn. Repeated Monday at 1.40pm
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On the panel for tonight's topical discussion in Basingstoke are Elspeth Howe , Chair of the Broadcasting
Standards Council; Gillian Reynolds , radio critic; George Robertson MP, Shadow Scottish Secretary; and Teresa Gorman MP.
Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
In ancient Athens it was painted bright red, yellow and blue. It has been a mosque, a church and an arsenal. It was blown up by the Venetians, is being eaten away by pollution and is now described as "the world's most amazingjigsaw puzzle".
Paul Allen talks to the architects, archaeologists and stonemasons who are trying to restore the Parthenon. Repeated from Saturday 7.20pm
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