6.5 Education: Gifted Children. 6.30
Special Needs in Education. 6.55
Physics: Magnetism. 7.20 Appearance and Reality. 7.45 Industrial Relations.
6.5 Education: Gifted Children. 6.30
In today's programme MITA HACK-
ETT talks to KABIR BEDI , the famous
Indian film actor now based in Hollywood, about his career and especially about his part in the forthcoming Bond movie Octopussy. SHAHIDA AHMED talks about women working at home.
Music is provided by HAFIZ BUTT , who sings a Punjabi folk song.
Producer KRISHAN GOULD
Executive producer ASHOK RAMPAL BBC Pebble Mill
12.30 Governing Schools: The Interview.
12.55 Parents and Teenagers: Three's Company.
Benson and Hedges Cup
PETER WEST introduces continued live coverage of today's quarter-final matches.
This programme helps you to identify modulations in key in music compositions. It first explores technique, and then analyses a piece of music.
Producer ROBERT PHILIP
A BBC/Open University production
The feature film starring
Natalie Wood Ruth Warrick
Walter Brennan , Dean Jagger Charlotte Greenwood
Continuing a season of films starring celebrated child actors. Nine-year-old Natalie Wood plays a charmingly individual little girl, Jenny, in this moving story. After her grandfather dies, orphan
Jenny is found wandering in the desert with a collie called Hollingsworth and is cared for by a kindly doctor, whose prime concern is to vaccinate the townspeople against spotted fever.
Screenplay by MARY loos , RICHARD SALE Directed by ALLAN DWAN
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The Benson and Hedges Cup
PETER WEST introduces coverage of the closing stages of one of today's quarter-final matches. Commentators
RICHIE BENAUD , JIM LAKER and TOM GRAVENEV
with subtitles followed by Weather
A collection of hits from recent Ebony programmes featuring the music of Shalamar,
Gregory Isaacs, Imagination, Melba Moore, Michael Smith and Buzzz
Introduced by Vince Herbert
Producer ROY CHAPMAN
Series producer KEITH SHEATHER
The programme that brings history up to date.
France and the Nazis
Following the arrest of Klaus Barbie, butcher of Lyon, memories of Nazi collaboration have again returned to haunt a generation of Frenchmen.
Dr Christopher Andrew goes to Drancy, the Paris housing estate turned in 1940 into a transit camp for Auschwitz and uncovers the ghost of Marshall Petain's Vichy Government. He talks to stout supporters of the 84-year-old Marshall, such as tennis champion Jean Borotra.
The Hitler diaries are just the latest in a long line of historical forgeries. The Drake Plate found near San Francisco in 1936 and which claimed California for Queen Elizabeth I was shown to be fake in 1977. The Vinland Map was bought in 1959 for Â£100,000 as the first map to show the North American Continent. Instead it was shown to be a forgery in 1967. Are there other fake historical documents masquerading as genuine? Can any fake survive today's scientific analysis? Timewatch talks to the experts.
A series of six episodes by Charles McKeown
Parsons and Flax almost ruin Pinkerton's schemes to find Â£8,000 for the gymnasium fund. The ambitious Bursar has the last laugh.
Music arranged by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Produced by GARETH GWENLAN Directed by JOHN B HOBBS
A series of eight documentaries
Narrated by Dennis Waterman
Many people practise the stately T'ai Chi movements as exercises. In fact, they are also the foundation of the most subtle and deadly of the Chinese fighting systems. Master Hung is a master of all the strangely named 'soft arts', which combine the guile and mysticism of the Chinese mind.
Filmed on location in Taiwan.
Kenneth Welsh , Jennifer Dale
Martha Henry , Gabriel Arcand A serial in six parts 4: Fathers and Sons
Montreal 1944: Sir James Munroe is determined to secure his own immortality by grooming one of his sons to succeed him. Larry, however, enlists in the army despite his father's opposition. When Jimmy is offered the company of his choice, he chooses Northair, a factory close to disaster.
Screenplay by DOUGLAS BOWIE Directed by DOUG JACKSON
Executive producer MARK BLANDFORD A CBC production
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK present full coverage of the day's campaign developments; VINCENT HANNA analyses the latest swings in voters' intentions with the Newsnight 100, and LINDA ALEXANDER and JOAN BAKEWELL assess the rest of the day's news.
12.0 Foretelling Fatigue Life
The design of car components is being dramatically improved by a new computer life-prediction system. and the remaining useful life of existing machinery may soon be monitored by fatigue life analysers.
12.25 Technology of the Office
The introduction of word-processors in offices has produced some unexpected reactions.